Not only is going to the farmers’ market a fun way to pass your Sunday morning and afternoon, it also has immense benefits for farmers and consumers alike. Farmers’ markets play a key role in preserving farmland, stimulating local economies, increasing access to local and fresh food, and promoting sustainability. Thank you for supporting your local farmers! See you at the Market this Sunday, January 17 / 10 am – 2 pm
Spread the word, bring a friend, shop weekly, and help your market grow!
This Sunday’s Vendor & Specials
Apple Ridge Farm and Stone Oven Bakery / Bay Berry Bliss / Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse / Chickadee Creek Farm / Dining Wild / Glenmalure Farm / Hidden Pastures / Hummus Boss / Lakeside Maple / Let It Grow Farm / LL Pittenger Farm / Maria’s Gourmet Edibles / Michisk Farm / Nicola’s Pasta Fresca / Pickle Licous / Pie Eyed Bar Pies / Race Farm / Silver Birch Kitchens / Stefan’s / Tassot Apiary / The Salad Basket / Valley Shepard Creamery / Valley Fall Farm / Woof Biscuits
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Specials & Highlights
We welcome back Lakeside Maple to the Morris County Winter Farmers’ Market this Sunday, 1/17 (10 am – 2 pm).
LL Pittenger Farm will be taking $1 off per pound on boneless skinless chicken breasts, eight piece cut up chickens, and whole roaster chickens. All of their chickens are pastured and naturally raised. They will also be taking $1 off each package of our Turkey Sausages, a delicious and healthy alternative to our pork sausage.
Nicola’s Pasta Fresca will be featuring a butternut squash ravioli, egg pasta filled with roasted butternut squash from Race Farms, fresh ricotta, and Parmigiano Reggiano, we will also have mini rice balls in three varieties; Parmigiano Reggiano, Butternut Squash, and Porcini Mushroom, they make great appetizers and all you need to is bake them for 12 to 15 minutes and serve.
Farmers’ Market Recipe
Looking for a “NEW” chicken recipe?? Alex from Pickle Licious found this great recipe for “Pickled-Brined Chicken” a perfect winter dish. Recipe calls for 2 cups brine from dill pickles. Customers can buy just the brine, if they like or a quart of pickles has just the right amount. Customers can also, shop at the market for many of the other ingredients. 10 am – 2 pm
Plus much more from all our vendors . . .