BLUEBERRY HILL FARM
Peg will bring green and yellow beans, broccoli, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, kale, leeks, onions, peppers, potatoes (red, white, and sweet), pumpkins, red and yellow tomatoes, winter squash (butternut, spaghetti, kabocha, acorn, and delicata), and dog goodies.
Did you know that all of Conebella’s dairy products are made from the fresh milk of their Ayrshire cows on their Chester County farm? They have talented artisans off the farm who take the milk and make their creamy, all natural products. Pam will have all of their products, including Greek yogurt, cheese curds, fresh mozzarella, yogurt smoothies, cultured butter, cheese spreads and aged cheeses. Pre-orders are appreciated at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see Firehouse with their pumpkin donuts in addition to powdered sugar, cinnamon sugar, plain, blueberry, and apple donuts. We hope that they’ll also have their fresh lemonade.
Fruitwood will have apples (Ginger Gold and Gala), eggplant, nectarines, onions, peaches, pears, peppers, potatoes, squash, zucchini, and their honeys.
HONEY AND ROSE BAKERY
Berlyn will have walnut brown butter cake with maple buttercream, pumpkin cake with cream cheese frosting (gluten free), s’mores tarts (vegan), and a selection of her granolas.
Great weather for grilling steaks, fresh pork chops, sausages, hamburgers, hot dogs but also great time for beef roasts, pork roasts, whole (or half or split and grill) chickens, meaty pot pies, eggs and bacon for breakfast. All are humanely raised locally on our grass-based farm. Lots of warm sunshine is great for growing healthy turkeys outside, but on the other side of the “fence” we could use some rain. You’ve got to love the joys of farming. To view a full list of our products or place a pre-order, please visit our website.
Marie will have assorted cookies, quiches, brownies, blondies, and quiches.
NORTH STAR ORCHARD
Oodles of apples will cover the tables these next several weeks! You’ll see favorites like Sugar Snap, Rubinette, Florina, and Hudson’s Golden Gem, as well as some lesser-known but astonishing varieties such as Crimson Gold and NSO’s own born-and-bred Ludicrisp. Every week for the next month or so will present an excellent apple-eating adventure. Enjoy! Ever salivate over those fancily decorated cupcakes that are so popular right now? Learn how to decorate your own and “wow” your friends, family, and coworkers. Join us for our fun cupcake decorating class at the farm this Saturday, October 5th (reserve your spot today).
NURTURING NATURE FARM
Cathy will have dahlias, celosia, ageratum, coxcomb, and amaranth. Stop by to build your own bouquet!
Brent will have his lean, low cholesterol, naturally raised yak meat as well as honeys, candles, and alpaca wool goodies. You can email Brent at email@example.com to make sure he brings what you want.