What’s new at the Wednesday market?

Mi Fiesta has new lunch specials Wednesday market only!

Music by Hank Levine

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bohemian Well-Being Farm
Dream Catcher Ranch
Farm Sinclair
Hectors Honey
Navarro Vineyard
Penny Royal Farm
Ponce Farm
Ridgeview Farm
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berry Farm
The Beet Generation Farm
The Patch
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Village Charter School Garden

A Taste of Tea
Beach House Candles
Franco’s One World Sausages
Fresh Girls
Full Circle Bakery
Gaga Cafe
I’m Sew Sure
Mi Fiesta Catering
Quillfully Yours
Roland’s Bakery
The Garden Wild
The Hummus Guy
Wine Country Chocolates
Starting From Scratch
The Green Grocer

Photo: Wednesday Vendor List

What's new at the Wednesday market?

Mi Fiesta has new lunch specials  Wednesday market only!

Music by Hank Levine

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bohemian Well-Being Farm
Dream Catcher Ranch
Farm Sinclair
Hectors Honey
Navarro Vineyard
Penny Royal Farm
Ponce Farm
Ridgeview Farm
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berry Farm
The Beet Generation Farm
The Patch
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Village Charter School Garden

A Taste of Tea
Beach House Candles
Franco's One World Sausages
Fresh Girls
Full Circle Bakery
Gaga Cafe
I'm Sew Sure
Mi Fiesta Catering
Quillfully Yours
Roland's Bakery
The Garden Wild
The Hummus Guy
Wine Country Chocolates
Starting From Scratch
The Green Grocer

 

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The rain and now warm weather means lots of beautiful greens at the market. And if you want to save some tomatoes for a rainy winter time most vendors have a good deal on case prices.

The easiest way to save tomatoes is wash them and stick them in a freezer bag. When you want to use them – just pop them into your favorite soup, stew or sauce recipe. They retain that fresh tomato flavor.

There is a great selection of produce at the Wednesday market:
MinHee Hill Gardens, Hectors Honey, Armstrong Valley Farm, The Patch, Ponce Farm, Beet Generation, Ridgeview Farm, Farm Sinclair,Sebastopol Berry Farm and Bohemian Well Being Farm.

Eleven different produce vendors with everything from soup greens to nuts.

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Joining in our fabulous food court is Simple Cerviche -it is simply devine….fresh and flavorful Mexicn style beach snacks -new menu item jalepeno steak tacos!Saturday September 27th Vendor List
Agricultural
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bellwether Farm
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Wellbeing Farm
Canvas Ranch
Daffodils, Dahlias, Lilies, Oh My!
Farm Sinclair
First Light Farm
Foggy River
Hectors Honey
Karlonas Farm
Kays-Bo-Kays
Laguna Farm
Ma & Pas Garden
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Natures Spirit Garden
Neve Roses II
New Family Farm
Offerings of the Land
Owen’s Family Farm
Penny RoyalFarm
Pepper Ranch
Ponce/EGB
Russel Vineyards
Salmon Creek Ranch
Schletewitz/Fruit Factory
Sebastopol Berry Farm
Singing Frogs Farm
Straus Family Creamery
The Beet Generation
The Black Sheep Farm
The Patch
Walkers Apples
Williams Ranch
Williamson Farm
X-oticals

Prepared Foods
Green Grocer
Lata’s Indian Cuisine
Penang Kitchen
Simply Ceviche
Starting from Scratch

Crafts and Other Food Products
A Taste of Tea
Aroma Floral Designs
Beach House Candles
CA Coops
Cacoco
Costeaux Bakery
Created by Vanae
Edgeworks
Francos One World Sausage
Fresh Girls
Fresh Off the Boat
Full Circle Bakery
Gaga Café
Grizzly Bear Sweets
Hilltop Honey
Home Maid Ravioli
Hue de Laroque
John Rizzi
Leon Day Condiments
Mi Fiesta Catering
Not yer Mommas Granola
One Ocean Seafood
Peter Bailey
Press Democrat
Pure Puer Tea
Quiche & Carry
Raymonds Bakery
Roland’s Bakery
Royale Hare
Run Around Brew
Sonoma Garden Designs
Stonehouse Olive Oil
The Garden Wild
The Hummus Guy
Threads of Time
Waterhorse Ridge
Willow Designs

Photo: Joining in our fabulous food court is Simple Cerviche -it is simply devine....fresh and flavorful Mexicn style beach snacks -new menu item  jalepeno steak tacos!</p>
<p>Saturday September 27th Vendor List<br />
Agricultural<br />
Armstrong Valley Farm<br />
Bellwether Farm<br />
Bernier Farms<br />
Bohemian Wellbeing Farm<br />
Canvas Ranch<br />
Daffodils, Dahlias, Lilies, Oh My!<br />
Farm Sinclair<br />
First Light Farm<br />
Foggy River<br />
Hectors Honey<br />
Karlonas Farm<br />
Kays-Bo-Kays<br />
Laguna Farm<br />
Ma & Pas Garden<br />
Min-Hee Hill Gardens<br />
Natures Spirit Garden<br />
Neve Roses II<br />
New Family Farm<br />
Offerings of the Land<br />
Owen's Family Farm<br />
Penny RoyalFarm<br />
Pepper Ranch<br />
Ponce/EGB<br />
Russel Vineyards<br />
Salmon Creek Ranch<br />
Schletewitz/Fruit Factory<br />
Sebastopol Berry Farm<br />
Singing Frogs Farm<br />
Straus Family Creamery<br />
The Beet Generation<br />
The Black Sheep Farm<br />
The Patch<br />
Walkers Apples<br />
Williams Ranch<br />
Williamson Farm<br />
X-oticals</p>
<p>Prepared Foods<br />
Green Grocer<br />
Lata's Indian Cuisine<br />
Penang Kitchen<br />
Simply Ceviche<br />
Starting from Scratch</p>
<p>Crafts and Other Food Products<br />
A Taste of Tea<br />
Aroma Floral Designs<br />
Beach House Candles<br />
CA Coops<br />
Cacoco<br />
Costeaux Bakery<br />
Created by Vanae<br />
Edgeworks<br />
Francos One World Sausage<br />
Fresh Girls<br />
Fresh Off the Boat<br />
Full Circle Bakery<br />
Gaga Café<br />
Grizzly Bear Sweets<br />
Hilltop Honey<br />
Home Maid Ravioli<br />
Hue de Laroque<br />
John Rizzi<br />
Leon Day Condiments<br />
Mi Fiesta Catering<br />
Not yer Mommas Granola<br />
One Ocean Seafood<br />
Peter Bailey<br />
Press Democrat<br />
Pure Puer Tea<br />
Quiche & Carry<br />
Raymonds Bakery<br />
Roland's Bakery<br />
Royale Hare<br />
Run Around Brew<br />
Sonoma Garden Designs<br />
Stonehouse Olive Oil<br />
The Garden Wild<br />
The Hummus Guy<br />
Threads of Time<br />
Waterhorse Ridge<br />
Willow Designs
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Wednesdays Wonderful Vendors

The Village Charter School is currently selling at the Wedneay market. Very locally grown produce.

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bohemian Well-Being
Dream Catcher Ranch
Farm Sinclair
Hector’s Honey
Penny Royal Farm
Pepper Ranch
Ponce Farm
Ridgeview Farm
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berry Farm
The Beet Generation
The Patch
Village School

A Taste of Tea
EdgeWorks Sharpening Services
Franco’s One World Sausages
Fresh Girl’s Juice

Roland’s Bakery
Full Circle Bakery
Gaga Cafe
I’m Sew Sure
Mi Fiesta Catering
Quillfully Yours
The Garden Wild
The Hummus Guy
Wine Country Chocolates

The Green Grocer

Photo: Wednesdays Wonderful Vendors

The Village Charter School is currently selling at the Wedneay market.  Very locally grown produce.

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bohemian Well-Being
Dream Catcher Ranch
Farm Sinclair
Hector's Honey
Penny Royal Farm
Pepper Ranch
Ponce Farm
Ridgeview Farm
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berry Farm
The Beet Generation
The Patch
Village School

A Taste of Tea
EdgeWorks Sharpening Services
Franco's One World Sausages
Fresh Girl's Juice

Roland's Bakery
Full Circle Bakery
Gaga Cafe
I'm Sew Sure
Mi Fiesta Catering
Quillfully Yours
The Garden Wild
The Hummus Guy
Wine Country Chocolates

The Green Grocer

 

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Photo: Chef Danielle Steffener joins in the fun at todays Heirloom Tomato Tasting with fast easy tomato dishes.  No Cooking!

Danielle’s Delightful Twist on Fattoush Salad
Makes A Big Bowl! 
2 cups Cucumber, diced
2 cups Fresh Tomato (cherry or regular)or both), cut in half or diced
3 cups Romaine Lettuce, sliced to small ribbons
½ cup to 1 cup Onion (you decide how much you like onion!)
1 cup Bell Pepper (traditionally its a green pepper, I prefer more color!)
4 cups TOTAL of Cilantro, Parsley and Mint (traditionally it was all parsley! again here you decide what you like most! I find the combo of these 3 herbs are great!)
¼ cup Olive Oil
½ Cup Lemon Juice
1 Teaspoon Salt
2 Garlic cloves crushed
*In a large bowl combine the crushed garlic, olive oil, lemon and salt.
*Here you can decide how big of a dice you like for your vegetables.
*Small, Medium or Large.As long as there all about the same size you’re great!
*Add all your diced vegetables and mix well.
*Now time to EAT!!

Raw Fresh Marinara  with Zucchini Noodles
Serves 4  

Noodles:
6 Medium sized Zucchinis or Summer Squash (the straighter the better!)
  carrots, beets, or radishes will also work.
*Decide if you want to peel the zucchini or not.If you want a more authentic looking noodle:peel.If you want to add a little more color: don’t peel!
*You can use a spiralizer, spirooli, mandolin or vegetable peeler to create noodles with your                                                                     vegetables.
*If using a vegetable peeler to create noodles, go lengthwise along the zucchini to produce long flat ribbons.Once you reach the seeds turn the zucchini and begin slicing the other side.The seeds will prevent the ribbons from holding together.
*Make small stacks of the zucchini’s and slice along lengthwise to create your noodles.
*If using a mandolin, be sure to use the julienne style cut.
Marinara:
1 cup Fresh Tomatoes
1 cup Sundried Tomatoes
  ~soaked in 1 cup water
3 Tablespoons Olive oil
1 Red Pepper
½ cup packed fresh Basil
½ Teaspoon Salt(to taste)
½ Tablespoon Lemon Juice(to taste)
¼ cup Mixed Fresh Herbs(Rosemary,Oregano,Marjoram,Thyme or More Basil)
½ Teaspoon Red Pepper Flakes(optional)
For a smooth marinara place all ingredients except fresh herbs in a blender.
*Blend  for  1 to 2 minutes adding the sundried tomato soak water to reach your desired consistency.
*Taste, add more salt or lemon if needed, then add your fresh herbs and blend briefly to mix the herbs into the sauce.
*For a chunkier marinara you can use your food processor.
*Add all ingredients and pulse adding a little sun dried tomato soak water as need to reach your desired consistency.
Mix with your noodles and ENJOY your fast fabulous fresh creation!!
  1. Chef Danielle Steffener joins in the fun at today’s Heirloom Tomato Tasting with fast easy tomato dishes. No Cooking!

    Danielle’s Delightful Twist on Fattoush Salad
    Makes A Big Bowl!
    2 cups Cucumber, diced
    2 cups Fresh Tomato (cherry or regular)or both), cut in half or diced
    3 cups Romaine Lettuce, sliced to small ribbons
    ½ cup to 1 cup Onion (you decide how much you like onion!)
    1 cup Bell Pepper (traditionally its a green pepper, I prefer more color!)
    4 cups TOTAL of Cilantro, Parsley and Mint (traditionally it was all parsley! again here you decide what you like most! I find the combo of these 3 herbs are great!)
    ¼ cup Olive Oil
    ½ Cup Lemon Juice
    1 Teaspoon Salt
    2 Garlic cloves crushed
    *In a large bowl combine the crushed garlic, olive oil, lemon and salt.
    *Here you can decide how big of a dice you like for your vegetables.
    *Small, Medium or Large.As long as there all about the same size you’re great!
    *Add all your diced vegetables and mix well.
    *Now time to EAT!!

    Raw Fresh Marinara with Zucchini Noodles
    Serves 4

    Noodles:
    6 Medium sized Zucchinis or Summer Squash (the straighter the better!)
    carrots, beets, or radishes will also work.
    *Decide if you want to peel the zucchini or not.If you want a more authentic looking noodle:peel.If you want to add a little more color: don’t peel!
    *You can use a spiralizer, spirooli, mandolin or vegetable peeler to create noodles with your vegetables.
    *If using a vegetable peeler to create noodles, go lengthwise along the zucchini to produce long flat ribbons.Once you reach the seeds turn the zucchini and begin slicing the other side.The seeds will prevent the ribbons from holding together.
    *Make small stacks of the zucchini’s and slice along lengthwise to create your noodles.
    *If using a mandolin, be sure to use the julienne style cut.
    Marinara:
    1 cup Fresh Tomatoes
    1 cup Sundried Tomatoes
    ~soaked in 1 cup water
    3 Tablespoons Olive oil
    1 Red Pepper
    ½ cup packed fresh Basil
    ½ Teaspoon Salt(to taste)
    ½ Tablespoon Lemon Juice(to taste)
    ¼ cup Mixed Fresh Herbs(Rosemary,Oregano,Marjoram,Thyme or More Basil)
    ½ Teaspoon Red Pepper Flakes(optional)
    For a smooth marinara place all ingredients except fresh herbs in a blender.
    *Blend for 1 to 2 minutes adding the sundried tomato soak water to reach your desired consistency.
    *Taste, add more salt or lemon if needed, then add your fresh herbs and blend briefly to mix the herbs into the sauce.
    *For a chunkier marinara you can use your food processor.
    *Add all ingredients and pulse adding a little sun dried tomato soak water as need to reach your desired consistency.
    Mix with your noodles and ENJOY your fast fabulous fresh creation!!

 

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Tomato Tastings and the Dixie Giants — you do not want to miss this market

Saturday September 20th Vendors List

Here’s the Line-up:

Music:
Dixie Giants
(All Around the Market!)

Special Guests:
Master Gardener’s
To answer all your gardening questions!

Danielle Steffener – Guest Chef
Delicious no-cook recipes!

Special Activities:
Oliver’s Balloons
Creating fun balloon animals

Free Tomato & Salsa Tastings
Taste wonderful heirlooms and
vote for your favorite salsa!

Produce:
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Well-being
Canvas Ranch
Farm Sinclair
First Light Farm
Foggy River Farm
Hector’s Honey
Laguna Farm
Ma & Pa’s Garden
Min-Hee Hills Garden
New Family Farm
Offerings of the Land
Singing Frogs Farm
The Beet Generation
The Patch

Fruits & Nuts:
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bella Ridge Farm
Nut-N-Other Farms
Ponce Farm/EGB Farm
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berry Farm
Walker Apples
Williamson Farms

Meats and Fish:
Franco’s One World Sausage
Fresh Off the Boat
John Ford Ranch
Karlona’s Farms
One Ocean Seafood
Owen’s Family Farm
Pepper Ranch Poultry
Salmon Creek Ranch
The Black Sheep Farm
Williams Ranch

Olive Oils, Vinegars & Jams:
Hue de Laroque
Leon Day Condiments
Stonehouse Olive Oil
Waterhorse Ridge

Baked Goods:
Costeaux French Bakery
Cookie…take a bite!
Full Circle Bakery
Raymond’s Bakery
Wine Country Treats

Dairy & Eggs:
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bellwether Farm
Hector’s Honey
Penny Royal Farm
Pepper Ranch
Salmon Creek Ranch
Straus Family Creamery

Beverages:
A Taste of Tea
Fresh Girls
Gaga Café
Navarro Vineyard
Pure Puer Tea

Prepared Foods:
Green Grocer
Lata’s Indian Cuisine
Mi Fiesta Catering
Penang Kitchen
Simply Ceviche

Specialty Items:
Cacoco
Grizzly Bear Sweets
Home Maid Ravioli
Local Spicery
Not yer Momma’s Granola
The Hummus Guy

Cut Flowers:
Neve Roses II

Flowering Plants:
Daffodils, Dahlia’s, & Lilies Oh My!
X-oticals

For the Home:
Aroma Floral
DH Woodworker
I’m Sew Sure

Outdoor Living:
California Coops
Sia Baskets

Candles:
Beach House Candles
Hectors Honey

Jewelry:
John Rizzi Glassworks
Kirsten’s Krafts
Willow Designs

Soaps:
The Garden Wild

Wearables:
Silk Winds

For the Kids:
Created by Vanae
Earth Temple

Services:
AD EdgeWorks Sharpening Services

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Santa Rosa Farmers Market's photo.
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Photo: Vendor List Wednesday September 17</p>
<p>This week the Wednesday line-up includes the gardeners from the Village Charter School Garden.  The Village Charter School is located at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts.  Each year the students plant a garden and sometimes have enough to sell at the market.  During their time at the market, they also handle some of the composting duties.</p>
<p>Min Hee Hill Garden is  at<br />
the Wednesday market and right now they have fresh celery.   For centuries, aromatic celery has flavored soups and added crunch to salads. But today’s commercial, non-organic celery continuously ranks near the top of the list of vegetables known to carry chemical residues, with some samples tainted with more than 60 pesticides.</p>
<p>Music by Hank Levine</p>
<p>Armstrong Valley Farm<br />
Bohemian Well-Being Farm<br />
Dream Catcher Ranch<br />
Farm Sinclair<br />
Hectors Honey<br />
Navarro Vineyard<br />
Penny Royal Farm<br />
Ponce Farm<br />
Ridgeview Farm<br />
Schletewitz Family Farm<br />
Sebastopol Berry Farm<br />
The Beet Generation Farm<br />
The Patch<br />
Min-Hee Hill Gardens<br />
Village Charter School Garden</p>
<p>A Taste of Tea<br />
Beach House Candles<br />
Franco's One World Sausages<br />
Fresh Girls<br />
Fresh Off the Boat<br />
Full Circle Bakery<br />
Gaga Cafe<br />
I'm Sew Sure<br />
Mi Fiesta Catering<br />
My Comfort Zone<br />
Quillfully Yours<br />
Roland's Bakery<br />
The Garden Wild<br />
The Hummus Guy<br />
Wine Country Chocolates<br />
Penang Kitchen<br />
Green Grocer

Min Hee Hill Garden wonderful, fresh and tasty celery.

Vendor List Wednesday September 17

This week the Wednesday line-up includes the gardeners from the Village Charter School Garden. The Village Charter School is located at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. Each year the students plant a garden and sometimes have enough to sell at the market. During their time at the market, they also handle some of the composting duties.

Min Hee Hill Garden is at
the Wednesday market and right now they have fresh celery. For centuries, aromatic celery has flavored soups and added crunch to salads. But today’s commercial, non-organic celery continuously ranks near the top of the list of vegetables known to carry chemical residues, with some samples tainted with more than 60 pesticides.

Music by Hank Levine

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bohemian Well-Being Farm
Dream Catcher Ranch
Farm Sinclair
Hectors Honey
Navarro Vineyard
Penny Royal Farm
Ponce Farm
Ridgeview Farm
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berry Farm
The Beet Generation Farm
The Patch
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Village Charter School Garden

A Taste of Tea
Beach House Candles
Franco’s One World Sausages
Fresh Girls
Fresh Off the Boat
Full Circle Bakery
Gaga Cafe
I’m Sew Sure
Mi Fiesta Catering
My Comfort Zone
Quillfully Yours
Roland’s Bakery
The Garden Wild
The Hummus Guy
Wine Country Chocolates

Green Grocer

Penang Kitchen

 

 

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Silkworm cocoons from Royal Hare

Silkworm cocoons from
Royal Hare

Music:

Brett Fennex in the Food Court
Dave Hamilton in the Market Center
Special Guests:
Sonoma County Master Gardeners
Sonoma County Art Trails
Special Activities:
Wine Tasting with Navarro Vineyards and Food Pairings with Penny Royal Cheese
Oliver’s Balloon Creations
Vendors:
Produce:
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bella Ridge Farm
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Well-being
Canvas Ranch
Earthworkers Farm
Farm Sinclair
First Light Farm
Foggy River Farm
Hector’s Honey
Laguna Farm
Ma & Pa’s Garden
Min-Hee Hills Garden
New Family Farm
Offerings of the Land
Singing Frogs Farm
The Beet Generation
The Patch
Meats and Fish:
Franco’s One World Sausage
Fresh Off the Boat
Karlona’s Farms
One Ocean Seafood
Owen’s Family Farm
Oz Family Farm
Pepper Ranch Poultry
The Black Sheep Farm
Williams Ranch
Fruits & Nuts:
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bella Ridge Farm
Ponce Farm/EGB Farm
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berry Farm
Walker Apples
Williamson Farms
Olive Oils, Vinegars & Jams:
Hue de Laroque
Leon Day Condiments
Stonehouse Olive Oil
Waterhorse Ridge
Baked Goods:
Costeaux French Bakery
Crumb Hither Bakery
Full Circle Bakery
Raymond’s Bakery
Dairy & Eggs:
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bellwether Farm
Hector’s Honey
Penny Royal Farm
Pepper Ranch
Straus Family Creamery
Specialty Items:
Grizzly Bear Sweets
Home Maid Ravioli
Not yer Momma’s Granola
Quiche & Carry
The Hummus Guy
Beverages:
A Taste of Tea
Fresh Girls
Gaga Café
Navarro Vineyard
Pure Puer Tea
Run Around Brew
Prepared Foods:
Green Grocer
Mi Fiesta Catering
Penang Kitchen
Simply Ceviche
Starting from Scratch
Flowering Plants:
Daffodils, Dahlia’s, & Lilies Oh My!
X-oticals
Cut Flowers:
Neve Roses II
Outdoor Living:
California Coops
Sonoma Garden Designs
For the Home:
Architectural Ceramic Designs
Aroma Floral
DH Woodworker
My Comfort Zone
Threads of Time
Candles:
Beach House Candles
Hector’s Honey
Soaps & Lotions:
Hilltop Honey
The Garden Wild
For the Kids:
Created by Vanae
Jewelry:
John Rizzi Glassworks
Willow Designs
Yarn:
Royale Hare
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Expect the unusual at the Wednesday market
Purple jalapenos from Farm Sinclair are just a start.
New this Wednesday Roland’s Bakery
Bagels and Bialys among other things
Smoked salmon from Fresh Off the Boat and great bagels!
Perfect with laychee cheese from Penny Royal Farm.  
All are at the Wednesday market

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bohemian Wellbeing
Dream Catcher Ranch
Farm Sinclair
Hector’s Honey
Navarro Vineyard
Penny Royal Farm
Ponce Farm
Ridgeview Farm
Schletewitz Family Farm
The Beet Generation
The Patch

Beach House Candles
Quillfully Yours
I’m Sew Sure

Franco’s One World Sausages
Fresh Off the Boat
Full Circle Bakery
Gaga Cafe
Mi Fiesta Catering
Roland’s Bakery
The Hummus Guy
Wine Country Chocolates
Green Grocer

Music by Hank Levine

Photo: Expect the unusual at the Wednesday market<br />
Purple jalapenos from Farm Sinclair are just a start.</p>
<p>Armstrong Valley Farm<br />
Bohemian Wellbeing<br />
Dream Catcher Ranch<br />
Farm Sinclair<br />
Hector's Honey<br />
Navarro Vineyard<br />
Penny Royal Farm<br />
Ponce Farm<br />
Ridgeview Farm<br />
Schletewitz Family Farm<br />
The Beet Generation<br />
The Patch</p>
<p>Beach House Candles<br />
Quillfully Yours<br />
I'm Sew Sure</p>
<p>Franco's One World Sausages<br />
Fresh Off the Boat<br />
Full Circle Bakery<br />
Gaga Cafe<br />
Mi Fiesta Catering<br />
Roland's Bakery<br />
The Hummus Guy<br />
Wine Country Chocolates<br />
Green Grocer</p>
<p>Music by Hank Levine

 

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Sep

08

2014

Market Basket Monthly Drawing

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Every month the market gives away a basket full of fresh, local food.
It’s easy to enter. Every time you shop at the market, stop by the information booth and fill out a slip for the drawing.

September’s winner is Maureen Mannion.
Vendors who contributed to the basket are:

Home Maid Ravioli Co.
Costeaux Bakery
The Patch
X-oticals
Laguna Farm
Bernier Farm
Farm Sinclair
Singing Frogs Farm

 

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