Saturday September 14, 2019, 8:30am - 1:00pm
Join us for a Salute to Sweet Corn.
Sweet Corn Basket Giveaways all morning ~ Free corn salsa samples while they last ~ Grilled Mexican street corn & Kettle corn ~
Live Music with Bad Dogz
Cooking Demo at 10am in the Farmhouse Kitchen with Sift Bake Shop making corn fritters – an easy and delicious way to celebrate one of summer’s best – sweet corn.
~ Salutations, Sweet Corn ~
This season has been superb.
Durr Farm, Darmo’s Farm, Cranberry
Hall Farm and 1895 Organic Farm
for just picked local, sweet corn.
~Sweet corn basket giveaways all morning.
~Ed the Soup Guy grilling up
Mexican street corn.
~Wilson’s Kettle Corn popping it up fresh.
~Free Black bean & Corn salsa samples
while supplies last- We might even
sample a little Roasted corn &
Poblano hummus with Jersey corn.
Look for that signature Sweet Corn Mountain at Durr Farm. They’ll have all kinds of tomatoes, yellow and white peaches, pears, Granny Smith and Gala apples. Look for wax beans, yellow beans, squash, pickles, cucumbers, potatoes, onions, eggplant, and peppers sweet and hot.
It continues to be a beautiful tomato season at1895 Organic Farm. Those cherry tomatoes (above) are almost too perfect to eat. They will have certified organic sweet corn on Saturday, along with peppers, kale, carrots, beets, potatoes, onions, green beans and so much more.
Pinelands Produce will not have sweet corn, but they will have a sweet spread of tomatoes, peppers, squash and squash flowers, microgreens, fresh cut assorted herbs and flower bouquets.
Does anybody else see a heart in this pumpkin bread? WildFlour Bakery says Pumpkin is Back! We all love the crisp fall weather and all the seasonal warm spicy flavors it brings. Look for seasonal pumpkin quick bread and their pumpkin cranberry boules. Stop by early or Visit Their Website to reserve your items.
Tom at Bart’s Flowers will be bringing more ornamental peppers on Saturday. They are normally grown for their attractive color, but they are safe to eat. Their beauty is hard to miss as you enter the market.
Farmstead Gouda continues and seems to be quite popular at Cherry Grove Farm. Also this week is Lawrenceville Jack, Abruzze Jawn, Herdsman with Rarebird and Trilby for soft cheeses. They’ll have pork sausages galore, gorgeous spare ribs for football days, lots of beef patties, beef hot dogs and ground beef. Pick up chip steak for cheesesteaks on game days! September specials? Italian bacon in chunks or sliced for your carbonara and amatriciana – or good old baked beans.
Ed at The Soup Bar will be grilling outside, while still serving his famous jumbo lump crab cakes, corn and crab chowder, crab bisque, sausage, peppers & onions and mango shrimp tacos inside the barn.
Along with all your usual Cajun favorites, Taylor’d Eatz will have Crawfish cornbread and Plain cornbread made with fresh market corn.
You won’t find corn in Pee Wee’s Ice Cream, buttheyareready for all your ice cream football tailgating needs – yes! Ice cream is a need 🙂 Look for Game Day Green & Philly Philly, along with those favorites – Lavender honey vanilla, Chocolate whiskey, Blueberry cheesecake and Peach crisp. They’re bringing a new flavor too ~ Gettin’ Figgy with it ~ Ask for a taste!
CJ’s Salsas & Dips will be bringing back crowd favorites ~ Black bean & Corn salsa, Roasted corn & Poblano hummus with Jersey corn, and Cheese dip, along with a few homemade corn chips!
Stop by Cheese Etc.& Gourmet Gifts for some gourmet cheese spreads. They’ll be stocked with the classics ~ Cheddar pistachio, Pub beer & Jersey Devil port wine. Be sure to grab the last of the Blueberry goat and Spiked peaches & cream for the season. Fall flavors are coming next week!
Artisans & Guest Vendors
Green Cow Handcrafted Soaps
Pink Azalea Cards
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