What the Vendors will bring on Wednesday November 15th

Julia will bring us a selection of her soups and stews. Curious how Julia cooks? Read about her partner farmer Faye Martin’s guest visit to Julia’s kitchen in Faye’s blog at https://lodalcreekfarm.blog/2017/10/12/anna-kareninas-kitchen/. This will be Julia’s last market of the season.

Aunt Mamie’s Italian Specialties will feature the following pasta at the market this week: Pumpkin gnocchi, potato gnocchi, ricotta gnocchi, home made meatballs, marinara sauce, prosciutto ravioli, spinach and cheese ravioli, cheese ravioli, fresh fettuccini, fresh cavatelli. This will be Aunt Mamie’s last market of the season.

Yippee! Big Sky Bread is back this week! Patrick was able to find someone to work the market this week and next so Big Sky is returning with delicious breads and baked goods.

Peg is bringing lots of squash! Winter squashes include: spaghetti, butternut, acorn, delicata, and kobucha. And depending on the weather, she also hopes to have green and yellow beans, beets, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, leeks, lettuce, peppers, white and sweet potatoes, tomanesca, and her dog treats.

Did you know that our Bacon and Garlic cheese balls are preservative-free, just like our cheese spreads? For this reason, we are selling the cheese balls frozen for maximum freshness so that you can defrost them prior to use. They can be frozen for several months, so consider stocking up now to be prepared for the upcoming holidays. This will be our last market until the Dec 9 winter market. We will also have all of our aged Cheddar and Colby cheeses, cheese spreads, Fresh Mozzarella, cheese curds and yogurt smoothies. Preorders, especially for the cheese balls, are strongly encouraged at gable@conebellafarm.com.

Firehouse will bring chocolate dipped decorated donuts, some decorated with candy corn. Be sure to ask about fundraising for your organizations such as school, church or synagogue.
Email kevin@firehousedonuts.net for more information.

Laurie will bring many variety of apples, broccoli, cauliflower, leeks, onions, red and yellow peppers, sweet potatoes, radishes, tomatoes, squash, watermelon, zucchini. Sh’e’ll also have pine barren honey, pure bee pollen, and apple cider.

Mark will bring Crimini, Portobello, Shiitake, Gray Oyster, Yellow Oyster, Pink Oyster, King Oyster, Pom Pom (Lion’s Mane), Maitake, and Pioppino. In addition, we sell individual mushroom bags and blocks to grow your own at home. This would be a great gift for friends and family. We will even include a short write up on how to maintain and grow your block the best way possible at home.
Other items available will be the mushroom tea with flavors including Berry, Mint Spice, Tulsi Ginger Lemon, Pumpkin Spice, Holiday Spice, and Raspberry. All teas are herbal and organic. We now will offer a mushroom jerky at our markets and a reishi mushroom soap as well. Mark will also take pre-orders or special requests for any combination of mushrooms, tea or even mushroom logs for you to grow. Mark is now accepting credit cards. Please email Mark at mgarner@ksssales.com for special orders.

Last week to order farm fresh turkeys. All sizes available except medium heritage turkeys. We even have a few geese and ducks for an alternative dinner. For this Wednesday we have plenty of fresh eggs, fresh pork chops, fresh sausages, fresh ground pork, fresh chicken, wings, drumsticks, thighs, breasts, and those easy to serve chicken pot pies. For this cooler weather we have beef pot roasts, soup bones, beef cubes for stew, Short ribs, briskets, or a nice London Broil.
For more info check out the website: Lindenhof Farm – Lancaster County, PA

Pumpkin Pies are back and Pot Pies are making a comeback as a nice warm meal for the fall! Marie will have heirloom apple, pumpkin, and key lime pies. Pre-orders are strongly encourage, submit your order at http://www.myhousecookies.com/order-market/oakmont/

New Road Brinery will bring us a selection of their pickles and other brined vegetables for their inaugural visit to the market. New Road Brinery seeks out the freshest vegetables, herbs & spices from local growers, farmers markets and their own garden. Every jar is made completely by hand in small batches.

This week, we’ll still have an amazing array of delicious apple flavors to choose from, including that fall favorite, Winecrisp! Orders for Gold Rush apples are now on a waiting list basis…be sure to get on the waiting list now for your best chance at getting some! We are still taking orders for Gold Rush varietal cider at the same link. Plus: we’re looking ahead to 2018 already! If you or someone you know would like to join the awesome NSO team (growing veggies, fruit, or working in marketing or CSA management), look here for all the information.