Weekly Update

The Kenilworth Farmers Market is a celebration of all things local, including local artists and makers. 

Join us at the market from 3:30-6:30 pm every Tuesday. 

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For Tuesday November 28, 2017

This is the last day for the market. Cindy from Glen Hollow Farm will have assorted vegetables and several other items (see below for details), eggs from Kite Hill Farm and apples from Wenks will be available for purchase from Cindy.

Farms and Growers (Produce, Meats, Flowers)

Belvedere Farm has finished for the 2017 season. We look forward to all the gorgeous flowers in 2018!

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Calvert’s Gift Organic Farm has finished for the 2017 season. We look forward to seeing you in 2018.

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Cindy at Glenville Hollow Farms will have Brussels sprouts, napa cabbage, white and purple cabbage, spinach, kale, mustard greens, an assortment of autumn squash, sweet potatoes, white sweet potatoes, white potatoes, turnips, onions, hickory nuts, walnuts, and assorted jams. Plus homegrown popcorn, perfect for Thanksgiving snacking! A good time to pick up pumpkins, non-edible gourds and dried corn for your table or front door decor.

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Kate from Kite Hill Farm will have her fabulous tasting eggs, lamb, lamb chops, ground beef, beef steaks, pork chops, ground turkey, roasts, ham steaks and her other locally-raised selection of frozen meats, sausages, whole chickens, bone-in chicken breasts, legs, and wings. If you’re picking up your turkey, please remember to bring a sturdy bag or box.

 

One Straw Farm will have arugula, carrots, gorgeous radishes, cabbage, collard greens, garlic, parsley, hot and sweet peppers, gunsho, onions, beautiful rainbow Swiss chard, spinach, kale, dandelion greens, red and white potatoes. Remember to pick up your CSA share.

 

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The cheerful team, Shane, Lauren and Megan at Three Springs Fruit Farm will have a few assorted pears, and a variety of apples Choose from, Cortland, Gala, Grimes Golden, Honeycrisp, Jonagold, Jonathan, Macintosh, Nittany, Macoun, Fuji, and Gold Rush. In addition to the abundant apple harvest, they will also have peppers and potatoes.

Stock up on their traditionally preserved items for your Thanksgiving feast! Ginger apple butter, pear vanilla jam, apple cider       syrup, Fuji apple juice, canned peaches, ginger apple juice, tart cherry juice, applesauce, apple butter, tart cherry jam, tomato jam and the most amazing hot pepper jam (spread it over cream cheese for a simple and crowd-pleasing appetizer). They also have a unique and surprisingly delicious ketchup, apple vinegar, tomato gravy, marinara and arrabbiata sauces.        Image result for free image of assorted apples

Food Artisans and Producers

Treat yourself to Atwaters black bottoms or their delicious coconut chocolate chip macaroons. Choose from either of their croissant selections: spinach and feta or ham and cheddar. (Atwater’s savory filled croissants are available only at the farmers market, so get there early because they sell out fast.) As always they’ll also be selling their delicious pastries, assorted artisan breads, cookies, and more!

 

Bees by the Bay has finished for the 2017 season. We look forward to seeing you in 2018!

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Fresh Bites Snow Domes has finished for the 2017 season. We look forward to seeing you and tasting all your exciting flavor combinations in 2018.

Max’s Degrees Just in time for the holidays, Max’s Vampire Slayer is now available in sample sizes. Take your taste buds to the max degree! Stock up on their artisanal salt and their wonderful seasoning blends. The holidays are just around the corner, so it’s a perfect time to start checking things off that list and making sure everyone gets the gift of Max’s Degrees.

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Ruth at Rare Opportunity Bakehouse will have seasonal Quiche slices for sale and fresh-baked scones (pumpkin scones are seasonal and you must try them), cookies, brownies, salted caramel bars, and savory pastries like Ruth’s spinach and feta with the most amazing flaky crust (stop by early, they sell out fast), and her delicious hand pies. Pick up a ready-to-go, gift-wrapped mini jam gift set. Also, this is the time to pre-order you’re favorite Rare Opportunity holiday order.

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Shepherds Manor Creamery stock up on a delicious variety of their great tasting, award-winning creamy artisan sheep’s milk cheeses and sheep’s milk soaps. If you haven’t sampled Shephards Manor award-winning Tomae, pick up a wedge. For a memorable meal, add freshly grated Tomae over steaming bowls of your favorite bean, vegetable, or beef soup. They also have a pasteurized and vegetarian version of Tomae, make sure to try a sample.  It’s the season for gift giving and Colleen will have 2-pack soap baskets available.

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Beverage Vendors

Rotating beverage vendors: Harford Vineyard and Winery is at the market the first week of every month, DeJon Vineyard is at the market the second week of every month and Milkhouse Brewery is at the market the third week of every month. (Please note, all our beverage vendors have finished the 2017 season with the market.)

DeJon has a varied selection of wine, each is handcrafted in small batches to ensure that consistent quality and character are captured in every bottle. DeJon is at the market the second week of every month. Stop by for a sample and pick up a weeks worth of wine.

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Harford Vineyard & Winery  specializes in the limited production of finely crafted wines. They currently have 12 Maryland wines to choose from.

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Milkhouse Brewery has finished the 2017 season at the market. We look forward to their exciting seasonal brew selection in 2018!

Guest Vendors

Stop by and talk with Kejuana Walton of the Food Supplement Nutrition Education Program about the University of Maryland Extension’s adult program, Market to Mealtime featuring seasonal recipes. Pick up the recipe and the ingredients to prepare it directly from the market. 

 

Thank you Mark Vidor for the lovely music from the accordion!

Market Master: Cindy Yingling

Marketing Coordinator: Kerry Dunnington

 

 

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