October 09, 2018
Let’s Embrace Autumn in all its Splendor
Today at Kenilworth with:
- Bees by the Bay, who will be in the house with all your favorite bee-made treats. We all love the honey sticks and all the different flavors! There are so many unique products at their booth including candles, balms, and more!
- Belvedere Farm should still have plenty of their gorgeous sunflowers & lots of dahlias. David Austin and Deep Red Roses should also be available this week. Fillers typically include eucalyptus, several varieties of basil, ageratum and red and yellow cockscomb, and other stunning garden favorites.
- Calvert’s Gift Farm will have some Peppers, cucumbers, Green Beans, perhaps some tomatoes, radishes, and definitely local garlic, ginger, horseradish root and fresh mushrooms (when available). This week, they’ll be offering the super-root Turmeric; if you don’t know the health benefits of this guy, you need but ask!
- Glenville Hollow has your sweet potatoes, kale, winter squashes (especially the versatile Spaghetti Squash), green & yellow beans, and other Summer Produce favorites that are sadly coming to an end.
- In Kerry’s Kitchen will have a Gingered Coconut Butternut Squash Soup and a Sweet Potato and Wild Rice Soup w/Swiss chard and Mushrooms as well as assorted dips.
- Kite Hill will have plenty of their delicious meats, eggs and more; Kate’s specials this week are: Chicken Legs $5.00/lb; $2.00 off any Steak, Ground Lamb at $10.00/lb, and $6.00/lb Beef Roasts!
- Max’s Degrees is ecstatic to offer their second batch of Heart of Ecuador: Earthy, Spicy, Smoky, and in limited supply!! Also, making appearances are their popular Champagne Honey Mustard and Sweet Paprika. A tiny batch of Peach Stinger may also make its way onto their table!
- One Straw Farm will have a variety of your early fall favorites this week. Plenty of hot peppers, lots and lots of hardy greens (kale, chard, etc), a variety of Autumn Root Veggies, and more. Get there early to grab your weekly CSA and/or see what’s still in season from the farm and ask them what’s coming up soon; don’t forget they have meats, too!
- You simply must stop by Rare Opportunity Bakehouse’s booth this week for their newest Fall flavors: they’ve got Pumpkin!! Also, there are these incredibly huge and delicious Apple Spice Coffee Cakes you must buy multiples of!
- Maryland’s First and Only Sheep Dairy, Shepherds Manor Creamery, will have all their signature cheeses and soaps on hand. They also offer a divine vegetarian cheese: Windsor Tomme. It’s made with “vegetable rennet” and is oh so delicious!
- Three Springs Fruit Farm may not have peaches anymore, but you won’t miss them (as much) when you try their pears, apples, grapes, peppers and more; they also have a nice selection of Pantry Items, so stock up! Next week we’ll feature some of their specialty apples to give you new ideas on how to use this hardy fruit.
Other Market News:
- Natalie Cassidy, Farmers’ Market Program Assistant, at the University of Maryland Extension’s Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) & Maryland’s SNAP-Ed Programs, will have a recipe for Spicy Apple Filled Squash!
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- P.S. There are rumours that baby goats 🐐🐐🐐 will be invading the market begging for love and attention; please avoid if you’re allergic to cuteness!
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The Shops at Kenilworth
800 Kenilworth Drive, Towson, MD 21204
Tuesdays, 3:30 to 6:30 pm
May through November