Morris County Winter Farmers’ Market – Where the farmers you meet grow/raise the food you eat!
Farmers’ markets make it easy to buy fresh, nutrient-rich food, visit the Morris County Winter Farmers’ Market this Sunday (2/21) 10 am – 2 pm for the freshest local products available!
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 / DiningWild / Frank’s Pickled Peppers / Glenmalure Farm / Hidden Pastures / Hummus Boss / Lazy Susan’s Granola / Lakeside Maple / LL Pittenger Farm / Long Valley Greens / Maria’s Gourmet Edibles / Mo’Pweeze Bakery / Nicola’s Pasta Fresca / Pickle Licous / Race Farm / Silver Birch Kitchens / The Salad Basket / Valley Shepard Creamery
click here for more vendor info – (subject to change)
Specials & Highlights
DiningWild market highlight for this Sunday (2/21). Check out this great Mushroom Soup recipe from the New York Times.
Mushroom-Spinach Soup With Middle Eastern Spices Pick up all the mushrooms you need to make it from DiningWild at the market this Sunday. Reference this ad and get 10% off!
Frank’s Pickled Peppers – “Special” is $2.00 off the purchase of any 3 jars of “The Best Stuff on Earth”. Recycle your glass jars! We offer $0.50 for each recycled empty glass mason jar.
Lazy Susan’s Granola: we’ll have Banana Bread and Pumpkin Bread at the market this Sunday (2/21) 10 am – 2 pm. Along with all their great granola.
LL Pittenger Farms will be taking $1 off Berkshire Bacon and Pork Chops.
This Sunday (2/21) Nicola’s Pasta Fresca will be featuring a four cheese ravioli, egg pasta filled with smoked mozzarella, provolone, 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.