BIG SKY BREAD
James will have a selection of his delicious breads and baked goods.
BLUEBERRY HILL FARM
Peg will have a selection of produce including: beets, blueberries, blackberries, cantaloupe, corn, eggplant, herbs, onion, green peppers, pickles, red and white potatoes, red raspberries, tomatoes (red, cherry, and heirloom), red and yellow watermelon, yellow and green zucchini, and her dog treats! She may also have green beans.
BOB’S BAKE-AT-HOME PIZZA
Bob will bring 18 varieties of his bake-at-home pizzas, stromboli, tomato pie, chili and soups. Email Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order in advance.
It’s back-to-school time. Botanical Bubbles has our new Rollerball Collection. See below for descriptions of each rollerball. Sherri will also have her sunscreen, salt bar and apple cider donut soaps.
The Klutz: $35
Comfort salve is used to treat most anything! Soothes cuts, scrapes or blisters. Bumps and Bruises salve works specifically to help reabsorb standing blood, lessening the bruise time. Black Drawing Salve helps pull things to the surface of the skin. Smear on splinters, infections etc and cover for several hours, Also included in the kit are adhesive bandages.
The All-Nighter $35
After a tough night of hitting the books, use some soothing Baggage Claim to reduce eye puffiness, and Café au Lait cream for an instant pick me up. Use the creamy Lip Balm to keep those lips smooth and the Clarity Rollerball for assist in mental focus to cram for that test.
The Germophobe $35
Everyone want to stay healthy even while surrounded by so many students! Use the Germ Be Gone salve to naturally boost the immune system and the Germ Be Gone Rollerball for on the go immunity boosts. The alcohol free Hand Sanitizer is gentle on hands while killing germs and the best defense is, of course soap!
The Insomniac $35
Adjusting to a new room can make getting sleep difficult. Good Night, Sleep Tight salve helps to reduce adrenal production and lets you fall asleep more quickly. Poco Peace spray is aromatherapy that you mist on your pillow to enhance sleep. Lavender lotion moisturizes and helps relax you before bed.
The Rollerball Collection $32
*To aid with mental focus use Clarity on pulse points
*For minor cuts and scrapes use Heal It Quickly
*Had a tough day? Too much to do? Unwind with DeStress on pulse points
*To relieve headaches, apply DeTension on forehead, temples and/or back of neck.
Germaine will have Firehouse’s Famous Donuts, including blueberry and apple cider donuts.
Mike and Arlene will bring beets, blackberries, blueberries, cantaloupe, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, kabocha, leeks, nectarines, peaches, green and frying peppers, purple and yellow plums, potatoes, spaghetti and acorn squash, tomatoes, watermelons, zucchini, and Fruitwood’s own local honey.
ISWICH GOURMET ICE CREAMS
Iswich will bring a selection of their gourmet ice cream sandwiches and pints, and dessert toppings. Stop by for a taste of their sandwiches and sorbets. A great addition to a family gatherings on a hot summer day!
KENNETT SQUARE SPECIALTIES
Mark and Brigette will have Crimini, Portobellos, Shiitake and Gray Oysters, Yellow Oyster, King Oyster, Pom Pom, and Maitake. Stop by to try their mushroom tea, dried porcini, and mushroom jerky. Please email Mark at email@example.com with questions or special orders.
Lots of fresh pork chops and hot Italian sausages are ready for your grill this week! New item alert: summer sausage (great on sandwiches and in summer salads). All beef hot dogs are on sale this week (including those delicious jalapeno and cheese hot dogs). Of course we’ll also have plenty of fresh chicken, fresh turkey, and lots of other locally raised meats and eggs. To place an order, e-mail Axel or visit the website.
Maiale will bring their cured meats including pepperoni and Spanish chorizo.
Marie will bring peach pies, and blueberry pies, and a selection of her baked goodies. Preorders recommended! Call 610-459-1869 or email, Marie@myhousecookies.com.
NORTH STAR ORCHARD
Did you know last week was National Farmers’ Market Week? Did you stop at the market to celebrate? If not (or even if you did!), stop by this week and enjoy our bounty of the flavors and colors of summer, from peaches and apples to lettuce, piles of tomatoes, sweet peppers, garlic, and more. See what it’s like on “the other side of the table” with a great write-up by our market helper Laura, “Nine Great Reasons to Work at a Farmers’ Market”. You’ll both laugh and learn. Enjoy….thank you…and eat well!
NURTURING NATURE FARM
Cathy will have a selection of flowers for your own ‘build a bouquet’. Flowers this week include: zinnias, dahlias, black eyed susans, erymgium, daisies, snapdragons, sunflowers, statice, and cockscomb.
Phyllis of Solrig Farm will bring a selection of microgreens (young, tender, nutritious, flavorful plants harvested 10 to 40 days after sowing). This week Phyllis will have: broccoli, basil, radish, arugula, kale, mizuna, red amaranth, and sunflowers.