Just the Two of Us
Don't Sleep on the Delicious Offerings from Landmark Creamery
Just the Two of Us
October has come and gone and just two markets remain before we pack in the 2021 market season.
As the days grow shorter and the temperatures dip, the market is here to bring you some comfort with a fresh pastry from Madison Sourdough and a cup of something warm from EVP Coffee.
Colder days beg for something warm, and longer nights give you the time to knit that scarf or stocking cap to keep you cozy. Grab some wool yarn from Dreamfarm (pictured) and put those idle hands to work.
Loading up on the fall produce bounty is key to keeping the market spirit going long into winter. Check out this handy guide from the Washington Post on storing a variety of fall crops, ensuring you'll be enjoying things like winter squash from Emerald Meadows Family Farm (pictured) once the market season ends.
If you don't have the space or capacity to store an abundance of fall produce, plenty of other market finds will last through the winter season, like maple syrup from Murphy Farms or dried cranberries from Wetherby Cranberry Company (pictured). Holding onto little joys from the market season can make our long Wisconsin winter much more enjoyable.
Hard frosts may have put an end to further harvests, but thankfully many of our growers have a surplus of pre-freeze harvests of tomatoes, peppers and more to enjoy the last gasps of the summer. Be sure to swing by JenEhr Family Farm for their tasty and colorful Italian frying peppers, or the almost endless variety of tomatoes from County Line Plants & Produce.
The frosty mornings this week will yield to some nice temps this weekend and into next week, making the journey to market Saturday morning even easier. We hope you'll join us this Saturday and also for our final market on November 13th.
With two markets to go, the countdown maybe short, but each remaining market is a gift to enjoy.
See you at market!
Atoms to Apples, Country Bloomers Greenhouse,
Lor Farm & Urban have both finished vending for the season. We look forward to seeing them all again in 2022!
Cute Thai Pepper Bundles from Ka Vang Thao
November 6th Vendor List:
Alsum Sweet Corn
Black Earth Valley
Blue Moon Community Farm
Bryant Family Farms
Chris & Lori's Bakehouse
County Line Plants-n-Produce
Emerald Meadows Family Farm
Farmer Johns Cheese
Happy Valley Farm
Highland Spring Farm
Honey Bee Bakery
JenEhr Family Farm
Ka Vang Thao
Landmark CreameryMadison Sourdough
McCluskey Brothers Shillelagh Glen Farms
Natalie's Garden and Greenhouse
Open Kettle Farms
Shoua Lee Vang
Steppin Out Foods
Ten Eyck Orchard
Tortillas Los Angeles
Wetherby Cranberry Company
What Got Gathered
Yang Family Produce
*Please note this is a tentative list. Last minute cancellations or additions to the vendor list are possible.