Everything is better when it’s local!

What to look for this Saturday, June 8th…


Live Music with David Falcone

Cooking Demo at 10am in the Farmhouse Kitchen with Jolynn Deloach

Robson’s Farm will have those beautiful little shelling peas (see above) just waiting for you to pick them up. Their table gets more full each week with lettuces, onions, kales, Swiss chard, bok choy and more.


1895 Organic Farm truly expanded last week as they continue to bring all their Certified Organic lettuces, kales, kohlrabi, garlic scapes, sorrel, oregano, parsley and definitely some surprises.


Spinella Farm is ‘pea central’ with snow peas and English sweet peas. Check out their greens, still that great asparagus, kohlrabi and spring onions.


It’s another beautiful weekend for grilling ~ and for picking up mushrooms at Davidson’s Mushrooms. Seriously, get to the market early for your Portobello needs. And grab some great side recipes ~

Cherry Grove Farm’s cheeses will be Herdsman, Toma, the tangy Dutch Jack, Abruzze Jawn ~ and maybe if we’re lucky, some Ooumammi. Grass fed beef is 8.99/lb this week.


Durr Farm will have first of the season sunflowers, broccolini, broccoli, carrots, golden beets, 4 types of kale, cilantro, basil, dill, spinach, squash and yes, more English peas ~ They were a crowd favorite last week ~

Specca Farm will be with us for just a few more weeks. As you enter the market, stop by and check out those huge Fava beans! Need advice on how to prepare them? Just ask the Speccas. They also have garlic scapes, assorted greens and asparagus.


Cranberry Hall Farm may have the last of the strawberries of the seasons – and what a great season it was! Look for kohlrabi, Napa cabbage, bok choy, spring onions and the last chance to plant those veggies in the ground ~


Stop by Little Hooves Romneys get ground lamb and start up the grill. Everything you need can be found at the market, including the rolls and toppings to make a great lamb burger!


Strawberry season is winding down, and so are the strawberry varieties on The Jersey Farmhouse tables. Strawberry rhubarb, a favorite of the season, will debut this week, along with the other popular strawberry varieties. Don’t forget about those perfect end of year teacher gifts. Want old fashioned spicy and bread & butter pickles with a twist? They’re really zucchini! Check them out ~


Taylor’d Eatz will be serving their delicious Chicken & andouille sausage gumbo, Jackfuit gumbo, Jambalaya, Shrimp boil, Shrimp & grits, BBQ Pulled chicken, Mac & Cheese and Collard Greens.


Stop by The Soup Bar ~ inside the vendor barn on Saturday. Ed will be cooking up mouth watering Jumbo lump crab cakes, Crabcake grilled cheese, Jabanero mango shrimp tacos and Mac & cheese.


Pee Wee’s Ice Cream keeps pulling in the vendors with their Lavender honey vanilla bean, using

Mill Creek Apiary’s honey, Mint chocolate chip with Durr Farm’s mint ~ Harvest Coffee’s Java roast coffee and Creamy peanut butter swirl. Their vegan flavors this week are Cookies & cream and Cranberry Hall Farm‘s Strawberry. Come on out under the tent and taste your favs.


CJ’s Salsas and Dips will have their regular favorites. But…. this week they are adding Watermelon mint & Cucumber salsa, Grilled pineapple chutney and Spanish bread dip.

Hey goat cheese fans! Cheese Etc. & Gourmet Gifts will be making their last batch of Lavender honey goat for awhile. It will be a small batch, so come early! They will also have a new Strawberry goat spread on hand ~ and Blueberry goat is just around the corner! ~ It’s all made with local Jersey Fresh fruit!
Artisans & Guest Vendors
Taylor’d Eatz

Indogrow Farms

Springville Herbary

Piping Bag Bakery

Green Cow Handcrafted Soap

Jersey Jerry Broomsquire

Katherine Cheetham Glass

One Good Turn

Just #3

Kittens Mittens

Shadowcat Jewelry

Wreaths by Joanne