Vendor Profile: 1895 Organic Farm

1895 Organic Farm is a small Certified Organic vegetable growing operation established in 2000.  We created the name 1895 because there was no use of chemicals at that time.

With a very wide variety of vegetables, we are able to supply your table needs.

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Vendor Profile: Busy Bee Farm

Busy Bee Farm was established as the Price family home in Tabernacle, NJ in 1996 and the apiary/farm began in 2006.  The farm currently has about 5,000 lavender plants and 20 beehives.  The focus has been on the development of a pollinator habitat, earning organic certification and participation in a forestry stewardship program.

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Vendor Profile: James Durr

James Durr is a family-operated business that started from nothing and has become a thriving farm growing cut flowers and produce.  Everything that is sold at the market is grown by us and not bought in.

We look forward to doing business with you.

Thanks ~ Lisa, Jim and Zach

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This week at the Market

Saturday, October 18th


~~ It’s Oktoberfest at the Market ~~

So grab your Lederhosen and head over to the

Farmers’ Market!

Food and Beer Pairings with Flying Fish Brewery and

Chef Phillip Jason from Catering by Phillip

at 10am in the Farmhouse.

And what would an Oktoberfest be without beer?

Sample local brews from Flying Fish, Village Idiot and Tuckahoe Brewing.

Learn about brewing, and pick up a kit for home.

Grab some sausage, bratwurst, German potato salad and sauerkraut.


~What To Look For This Saturday~

Robson’s Farm says this is the last week for husk cherries!  Look for broccoli, dinosaur kale, curly kale, turnips, cabbage, fennel, dragon tongue beans and lots of pumpkins!!!!

1895 Organic Farm has baskets of peppers looking for a good home, along with beets, carrots, butternuts and spaghetti squashes, sweets and whatever else the fields will give.

Durr Farm has hard squashes, summer squashes, cheddar and white cabbage, heirloom tomatoes, sweets and cooking pumpkins.

Busy Bee Farm will have lavender fire starters available – used like fatwood.  Just a few of these stems will scent your fire beautifully.

Davidson’s Mushrooms is taking prepaid orders this Saturday and next Saturday for our Thanksgiving market on Saturday Nov.22nd.  Also look for special Thanksgiving recipes on the table.

This is the last day in our regular season for The Jersey Farmhouse. Featured products will be whole cranberry sauce, jellied cranberry sauce and the most popular, Harvest Jam!

And More Goodies ~

Kuzina by Sofia will have their usual Greek cuisine and some great Oktoberfest cuisine like Bratwurst and German potato salad.

Catering by Phillip will have their outstanding butternut squash & ginger -and- wild mushroom soups.  Look for Jagerschnitzel & potato pancakes and more – in the farmhouse!!

Green Cow Studio Handcrafted Soaps has two more ‘yummy’ fall soaps ready ~ Orange Spice and Drunken Punkin ~ made with pumpkin ale and real pumpkin ~ Also Wine Lover’s soap made with merlot wine.  These soaps have an extra cream lather in addition to their great scent.