Sep

30

2016

Saturday October 1st Vendor List

Saturday October 1st Vendor List

Be sure to stop by and meet two new vendors: Anna’s Seafood and the California Cookie Company. Anna’s has a number of prepared items -salmon spread, lobster cioppino and smoed salmon. The California Cookie Company has a great selection of giant cookies – if they weren’t so good you could share them .

Farmers and Ranchers
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bella Ridge
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Farms
Dean’s Farm
Earthworker
Farm Sinclair
Foggy River
Gourmet Farms
Hectors Honey
John Ford
Laguna Farm

Ma & Pa’s Garden
Min Hee Hill Gardens
Neve Rose
Owen Farms
OZ Farm
Pepper Ranch
Ponce
Salmon Creek
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berries
Singing Frogs
Straus Family Creamery
The Beet Generation
The Patch
Two Rock Cheese
Walker Apples
Williamson Ranch
Natures Spirit

Cooks and Crafts
Alma’s Oilcloth
Anna’s Seafood
Barrel Creative Art
Berkman’s Spices
CA Cookie Company
Ca Coops
Costeaux Bakery
DH Woodwork
Dominques Sweets
Edgeworkers
Farm to Ferments
Four Directions Creative Art
Franco One World Sausage
Full Circle Bakery
Future Eats
GaGa Café
Home Maid Ravioli
HDL Vinegars
John Rizzi
Mi Fiesta
Multiple Threads
Not Yer Momma’s Granola
One Ocean Seafood
Pure Puer Tea
Raymond’s Bakery
Rovers Choice
Scott Wilson
Silk Winds
Stonehouse Olive Oil
The Hummus Guy
Wardwork Art
Wine Country Chocolate
Aroma Floral

Food Court
Anello Crab & Seafood
Min Hee Hill Gardens
Sinful Fusion
Thai Street Food

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The Wednesday market is the perfect place to do some wonderful holiday shopping and to plan the best and easiest holiday party.
If there is a foodie on your list – check out Tierra Vegetables collection of chili pepper products dried, oils, and jams. They are wonderful and beautiful. Ridgeview Farm has beautiful dried arrangements. Berkmans Spices can help you select the perfect blend for every cook on your list. Queen Bee has yummy special recipe granola in lovely packaging.

Mi Fiesta should be the first stop for anyone’s party planning. You can get everything from appetizers to dessert – their holiday sweet tamales are a seasonal favorite. Phyis Foods is another must stop. They have stock and other items to make home made easy for you. Full Circle Bakery has panattone for the holidays you’ll want two one for yourself and one to give.

Of course the right now, the market is full of the bounty of fall with pears, pomegranates, and pumpkins coming in. There is still a lot of summer left too especially with the hot weather and warm night temps still wonderful tomatoes, peppers, and corn.

Beet Generation
Hector’s Honey
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Ridgeview
Scheletwitz
Straus Family Dairy
The Patch
Tierra Vegetables

Berkmans Spice
Cetonia Bath & Body
Edgework
Franco One World
Full Circle Bakery
Future Eats
Mi Fiesta
Physis
Queen Bee
The Hummus Guy

Sinful Fusion Turkish Street Food

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from Health.com

It’s officially fall but lots o summer remains at the market, lots of great tasting tomatoes.
Welcome back Naure’s Spirit wonderful plant starts for your fall and winter garden. Welcome Heron Fox Farm, home of great almond butter – the secret is toasting the almonds first.

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bella Ridge
Bernier Farms
Canvas Ranch
Dean’s Farm
Earthworker
Farm Sinclair
Foggy River
Gourmet Farms
Hector’s Honey
Heron Fox Farm
Laguna Farm
Ma & Pa’s Garden
Min Hee Gardens
Nature’s Spirit
Neve Rose
Offerings of the Land
Owen Farms
Pepper Ranch
Ponce
Salmon Creek
Schletewitz Family Farm
Singing Frogs
Straus Family Creamery
The Beet Generation
The Patch
Two Rock Cheese
Walker Apples
Williamson Ranch
X-oticals

Alma Oil Cloth
Aroma Floral
Berkman’s Spices
CA Cookie Company
Ca Coops
Costeaux Bakery
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Crumb Hither
DH Woodwork
Dominque’s Sweets
Earth Temple
Edgeworks
Eryie Olive Oil
Farm to Ferments
Four Directions Creative Art
Franco One World Sausage
Future Eats
GaGa Café
Grizzly Bear
Home Maid Ravioli
HDL
Inner Sunrise
John Rizzi
Leon Day
Mi Fiesta
Multiple Threads
Not Yer Momma’s Granola
One Ocean Seafood
Pop’s Kettle Corn
Princess Seafood
Pure Puer Tea
Raymond’s Bakery
Royale Hare
Run Around Brew
Sonoma Garden Design
The Hummus Guy

Anello Crab & Seafood
Min Hee Seoul Kitchen
Falafel Fix
Thai Street Food
Chalk Hill Cookery plant based

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Vendor List Wednesday September 21st
The Wednesday market is a shoppers dream. The soapmaker Cetonia has joined the Wednesday market. These handcrafted soaps are sublime and thinking ahead to the gift-giving season – they have some fabulous gift boxes.
Straus organic dairy is now at the Wednesday market. Yum and recyclable containers too.

Beet Generation
Hector’s Honey
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Ridgeview
Scheletwitz
Straus Family Dairy
The Patch
Tierra Vegetables

Berkmans Spices
Cetonia Bath & Body
Edgeworks
Franco One World
Full Circle Bakery
Future Eats
Mi Fiesta
Physis Foods
Queen Bee
The Hummus Guy
Sinful Fusion Turkish street food!

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Do you or someone you know struggle to have enough to eat. Wednesday, September 14th there is a special program at the market to introduce Cal-Fresh recipients to the Market Match and shopping at the farmers market. Come even if you just want to learn more about Cal-Fresh and other opportunities for assistance to low-income grocery shoppers.

Under the expanded Market Match program, local food stamp recipients will be able to allocate $10 to $20 of their monthly benefits and in return receive $20 to $40 worth of paper scrip to purchase fruits and vegetables at farmers markets.

Seeking to help local farmers and put more nutritious foods on the plates of poor families, the federal government and North Bay nonprofits are teaming up to expand a program that increases low-income shoppers’ spending power when they buy fruit and vegetables at farmers markets

For the North Bay, about $80,000 in federal funds will be provided to shoppers in the next two years, to be augmented by funds from local groups.
The Market Match program is great. Many people are helped with the same dollars. The program has 30 regional partners working at 230 farmers markets in the state, an increase from about 150 last year.
Low-income shoppers with CalFresh electronic benefits cards currently spend up to $3,800 a month at county farmers markets. The market sales represents a tiny fraction of the $5.4 million that is spent monthly in the county for food by CalFresh clients.
If the incentive program can increase farm market sales by even a relatively modest amount, “it would have a significant impact on business for small-scale farmers,” said Grady, who runs the organization’s Petaluma Bounty program.
The local markets qualified for the federal aid by raising matching money from such local groups as Kaiser Permanente, St. Joseph Health, Petaluma Healthcare District, Slow Food Russian River and the Santa Rosa Sunrise Rotary Club.
Questions contact: Suzi 707 364 9118 or email suzi@petalumabounty.org.

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The market’s annual Tomato tasting is this Saturday. And a salsa tasting too! It’s lots of fun and family-friendly and free.

Pumpkins and other winter squash are in the market and tomatillos too
Apples, almonds, avocados, arugula, Asian Greens, berries, beets,bell peppers, broccoli, cabbages, carrots,cauliflower, celery,corn, cucumbers, dahlias, dried beans and grains, eggplant, fennel,field-grown tomatoes, figs, fresh herbs, fresh shallots, fresh onions –red and white, garlic, grapes, honey, kale, leeks, lettuces,melons, mushrooms, mustard greens, nectarines, new potatoes, oranges, onions,padrone peppers, peaches,peas,purslane, shishito peppers, plums, pluots, pole beans, radishes,rutabagas summer squash, sunflowers, tomatillos, tomatoes, torpedo onions and turnips

Our all-star line-up for this week

In the food court
Anello Crab & Seafood
Foodie Farm House
Lata Indian Cuisine
Chalk Hill Cookery
Falafel Fix
Thai Street Food

Farmers and Ranchers
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bella Ridge
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Farms
Canvas Ranch
Dean’s Farm
Earthworker
Farm Sinclair
Foggy River
Gourmet Farms
Hector’s Honey
La Vida Nursery
Laguna Farm
Ma & Pa’s Garden
Min Hee Gardens
Neve Rose
Offerings of the Land
Owen Farms
Pepper Ranch
Ponce
Schlewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berries
Singing Frogs
Straus Family Creamery
The Beet Generation
The Patch
Two Rock Cheese
Walker Apples
Williamson Ranch
X-oticals

Cooks and Crafts
Barrel Creative Art
Berkman’s Spices
CA Cookie Company
Ca Coops
Costeaux Bakery
Crumb Hither
Crumb Hither
DH Woodwork
Dominique’s Sweets
Earth Temple
Edgeworks
Eyrie Olive Oil
Farm to Ferments
Four Directions Creative Art
Franco One World Sausage
Future Eats
GaGa Café
Hill Top Honey
Home Maid Ravioli
HDL Vinegars
Inner Sunrise
Jk Pottery
John Rizzi
Mi Fiesta
Multiple Threads
Not Yer Momma’s Granola
One Ocean Seafood
Pure Puer Tea
Raymond’s Bakery
Royale Hare
Run Around Brew
Stonehouse Garden Design
The Hummus Guy
Urban Praire Girl
Wardwork Art

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When you are too tired to cook the Wednesday market is your best friend. Not only are there some great take-a-way items but some ingredients that will make cooking easier, fun and just tasty as if you has slaved for hours. Physis Foods has soup stocks made from ingredients straight from the farmers market. With Physis prepared stocks you can make wonderful seasonal soups and stews in no time. Tierra Vegetables has great produce and an amazing array of pantry staples that can turn the most ordinary dish into something spectacular — like dried smoke onions they bring a depth of flavor – people will think you have been cooking for hours. Berkmans Spices is known for their imaginative blends and they also have a great salt free collection. Mi Fiesta has tamales and burritos to grab and go and tamales enchiladas and chili rellanos to take home. The Hummus guy has plain hummus of course and lots of different flavors. Combine it with some bread from Full Circle, lettuce and tomato from Beet Generation Farm and that it one great lunch

Wednesday and the best pop-up neighborhood shopping is at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. There is no better selection of Sonoma grown produce and lots of ready to eat treats too.
New to the Wednesday market, Mi Fiesta has a wonderful grab and go breakast burrito, Eyrie Olive Oil produced in Petalume, and Celdron handcrated products for bath and body.
Beet Generation
Bohemian Well Being Farm
Hector’s Honey
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Ponce
Ridgeview
Schletewitz
The Patch
Tierra Vegetables
Sebastopol Berry Farm
Berkmans Spice
Franco One World
Celdron Bath & Body
Eyrie Olive Oil
four Directions
Full Circle Bakery
Physis
The Hummus Guy
Mi Fiesta
and in the food court
Sinful Fusion– Turkish street food wonderful Donner kebap
Tierra Vegetables amazing polenta bowl with or without egg

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Having a relaxing Labor Day Weekend starts at the market. Got houseguests? Bring them to the market for some great farm to table fare. No matter what your guests may want – we’ve got it at the market. Including the return of the breakfast burrito from Mi Fiesta a grab and go meal. New to the market and so good – Thai Street Food and Min-Hee Hill’s Seoul Food Kitchen
If you are grilling this weekend, John Ford Beef is here – the best hotdogs. Owens Family Farm has a great array of other meats including lamb and pork –and the best bacon. Oz Family Farm brings rabbit to the market- that would be a change from your average Labor Day Picnic. Pepper Ranch has wonderful chicken. If you’ve only had supermarket chicken you don’t know what you are missing, It’s like the best butcher shop in Sonoma County.
In the food court
Anello Crab & Seafood
Thai Street Food
Sinful Fusion
Min-Hee Hill’s Seoul Food Kitchen
Lata’s Indian Cuisine
Farmers and Ranchers
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bella Ridge
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Well Being Farm
Canvas Ranch
Dean’s Family Farm
Dry Creek Peach
Earthworker
Farm Sinclair
Foggy River
Gourmet Farms
Hector’s Honey
John Ford Beef
La Vida Nursery
Laguna Farm
Ma & Pa’s Garden
Min Hee Gardens
Neve Rose
Offerings of the Land
Owen Farms Nourishing Meats
OZ Farm
Pepper Ranch
Ponce
Salmon Creek
Schletewitz Family Farm
Sebastopol Berries
Singing Frogs
Straus Family Creamery
The Beet Generation
The Patch
Two Rock Cheese
Walker Apples
Williamson Ranch
X-oticals
Cooks and Crafts
Barrel Creative Art
Berkmans Spices
CA Cookie Company
Ca Coops
Costeaux Bakery
DH Woodwork
Dominque’s Sweets
Earth Temple
Edgeworks
Farm to Ferments
Four Directions Creative Art
Franco One World Sausage
Full Circle Bakery
Future Eats
GaGa Café
Home Maid Ravioli
HDL Vinegars and other condiments
I’m Sew Sure
Inner Sunrise
John Rizzi hand-made glass items
Lagunitas Brewery
Leon Day Chutney Man
Mi Fiesta Breakfast burrito
Multiple Threads
Not Yer Momma’s Granola
One Ocean Seafood
Pure Puer Tea
Raymond’s Bakery
Run-Around Brew
Rovers Choice
Royale Hare
Scott Wilson
Silk Winds
Stonehouse Olive Oil
The Garden Wild
The Hummus Guy
Wardwork Art
Wine Country Chocolate

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Getting ready for the final fling of summer — Labor Day weekend?
We are all about the apple this Saturday. Fresh pressed juice and a cool apple-broccoli salad to try out. Of course, it’s apple season and pears too. Bella Ridge is back with wonderful organic pears and apples. The Dean Family farm has a lot of apple products breads, butters, and fruit leathers and juice. Walker Apples is here with a succession of apple varieties through the season and pictured is their display from the Gravenstein Fair this year.
The market is a great place to take visitors. It’s a great walking tour of Sonoma County

It’s seasonal Sonoma at its very best. The markets are full of peppers and it is just the beginning of the season. Beautiful carrots and cabbages of all colors and shapes – And tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes Apples, almonds, avocados, arugula, Asian Greens, berries, beets,bell peppers, broccoli, cabbages, carrots,cauliflower, celery,corn, cucumbers, dahlias, dried beans and grains, eggplant, fennel,field-grown tomatoes, figs, fresh herbs, fresh shallots, fresh onions –red and white, garlic, grapes, honey, kale, leeks, lettuces,melons, mushrooms, mustard greens, nectarines, new potatoes, oranges, onions,padrone peppers, peaches,peas,purslane, shishito peppers, plums, pluots, pole beans, radishes,rutabagas summer squash, sunflowers, tomatillos, tomatoes, torpedo onions and turnips

This year our tomato tasting is September 10th – always free, local, family oriented and fun with special guest Michele Anna Jordan –

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