Eating seasonally

Saturday, January 28th Vendors List
Yes that is the sun and as a result, the market is going to be full of fabulous green things and orange and red and more. Winter is a great time for fruits and vegetables in Sonoma County.
Farmers and Ranchers
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Farms
Earthworker
Farm Sinclair
Foggy River
Gourmet Farms
Heron Fox Farm
Humble Roots
Laguna Farm
Min Hee Gardens
Neve Rose
New Family Farm
Owen Farms
Pennyroyal Navarro
Ponce
Salmon Creek
Schlewitz Family Farm
Singing Frogs
Straus Family Dairy
Two Rock Cheese
Food Court
Anello’s Seafood
Falafel Fix
Lata Indian Cuisine
Min Hee Seoul Kitchen
Foodie Farm House
Crafts and Cooks
Alma’s oil Cloth
Anna’s Seafood
Barrell Creations
Berkman’s Spices
CA Coop
Cindy Zifas
Costeaux Bakery
Crumb Hither
Earth Temple
Edgeworks
Eryie Olive Oil
Farm to Ferments
Franco One World Sausage
Full Circle Bakery
Future Eats
Home Maid Ravioli
Inner sunrise
Inner sunrise
John Rizzi
Leon Day
Lucia
Mi Fiesta
Phi Kind Organic Chocolate
Princess Seafood
Pure Puer Tea
Raymond’s Bakery
Rover’s Choice
Royale Hare
Silk Winds
Sonoma Garden Design
Stinky Boots Old Fashion Store
The Garden Wild
The Hummus Guy
Traveling Boutique
Varda Rose
Wardwork Art

Eating seasonally
From the Dailyburn.com
Winter Greens and Citrus Salad Recipe
Serves 4
Ingredients
For the Salad:
1 grapefruit
1 naval orange
1 blood orange
5 cups baby kale
1 cup radicchio leaves
1 bulb of fennel, sliced
For the Dressing:
zest of one lemon
3 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
1 tablespoon honey (or maple syrup for a vegan preparation)
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
Preparation
1. Begin by cutting the peel off of the citrus fruits using a sharp serrated knife. Then, slice each fruit into rounds. Arrange the fruit slices on a serving platter.
2. Make the dressing by combining all the dressing ingredients into a jar with a lid. Shake the jar well until the dressing is emulsified. Set aside.
3. Combine the kale, fennel, and radicchio in a large bowl. Toss with the dressing. Arrange the dressed greens over the citrus slices. Garnish with fennel fronds, if desired.
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Wednesday, January 25th Vendors List
It’s going to be sunny and warmer. This is a great market.
Plenty of farm to table fare including great coffee from Physis Foods along with their breakfast pies.
Schletewitz family farms has sweet potatoes.

Bohemian Well Being Farm foraged and cultivated mushrooms
Hector’s Honey Honey and vegetables
Humble Roots sprouts and micro greens
Min Hee Hill Gardens Lettuces, squash, dried pepper blends kimchee and more
Ridgeview greens and fruit
Scheletwitz citrus and sweet potatoes
Tierra Vegetable vegetables, chili pepper products, dried beans and freshly milled polenta.

Anna’s Seafood
Berkman’s Spice
Denis Wardwood
Edgeworks
Phi Kind Organics Vegan Chocolates
Eyrie Olive Oil
Full Circle Bakery
Golden State Pickleworks
Mi Fiesta
Physis Foods
Queen Bee Bakery
The Hummus Guy
Sinful Fusion Turkish Street Food and more
Best sweet potato dish ever in history from chowhound
Nyleve | Oct 11, 2004 05:26 PM
I just made the most sublime sweet potato dish I have ever eaten. I’d been looking for something to do with sweet potatoes for Canadian Thanksgiving dinner, but refuse absolutely to put marshmallows or brown sugar on them. So I found this recipe online which sounded pretty good. It was unreal. Apparently adapted from something by Bobby Flay. There’s not a scrap left in the baking dish.
Peel and slice 8 sweet potatoes thinly.
In a blender, blend together 3 cups of whipping cream and one canned chipotle pepper. (The original recipe called for 4 cups of cream, but I found it a bit too liquidy at the end of the baking time so would recommend reducing the amount.)
Now, in a greased baking dish (I used one about 9 x 13 or so) make a layer of sweet potatoes, sprinkle with salt and pepper, then pour over some of the cream mixture. Repeat until you have done 4 layers of potato and used up all the cream. Cover tightly with foil and bake at 350 for about 30 minutes. Uncover and continue baking for another 30 minutes, brushing surface with some of the cream if it’s bubbling up from the bottom.
This is deadly. Creamy, sweet and spicy all at the same time.
Original Bobby Flay recipe
http://www.foodnetwork.com/…/smoked-chile-scalloped-sweet-p…

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Jan

21

2017

Vendors List Sunday January 22nd

Vendor List Sunday January 22nd
The day is different just this week but the hours 8:30-1 and location Luther Burbank Center for the Arts is the same.
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Farms
Gourmet Farms
Hector’s Honey
Humble Roots
Owen Family Farms
Schletewitz Family Farm
Two Rock Cheese
Anna’s Seafood
Costeaux Bakery
Franco One World Sausage
Future Eats
Mi Fiesta
Raymond’s Bakery
Run Around Brew
The Hummus Guy
Falafel Fix
Foodie Farm House

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Vendor List Wednesday January 18th
Reminder No market Saturday we will be open Sunday the 22nd instead, Regular market hours just one day later.
Rain or shine – they show up to bring you the best of Sonoma Grown
It’s citrus season. Schletewitz Family Farm has a wonderful selection of citrus. Here are some tips for cooking with citrus

Hector’s Honey
Humble Roots
Min Hee Hill Gardens
Ridgeview
Schletewitz
Tierra Vegetables
Full Circle Bakery
Golden State Pickleworks
Mi Fiesta
Phi Kind
Physis
Queen Bee
Sinful Fusion
@santarosafarmersmarket
www.thesantarosafarmersmarket.com
year round rain or shine
8:30-1pm
#citrus
#rainorshinemarket

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Reminder next weekend we are closed Saturday the 21st and Open Sunday the 22nd

Vendors list Saturday January 14th
Number 1 it will not be raining
Number 2 Lata’s still in town and will be at the market
Number 3 Earth Temple will be here If you are looking for a talisman to help you keep your New Year’s Resolution or just for luck: Lapis, Malachite, Fluorite, Elestial Crystals;
Emerald, Sapphire, & Ruby, healing stones. Calcites,
Citrines, Amethyst, Rose Quartz, in natural form and
polished selections. Fossils from around the World.
Spheres, Eggs, Wands, Hearts, and soft healing pocket
stones.
All well Loved and at Down to Earth Prices…..
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Farms
Farm Sinclair
Foggy River
Gourmet Farms
Hectors Honey
Heron Fox Farm
Earthworker
Laguna Farm
Min Hee Gardens
Neve Rose
Owen Farms
Ponce
Schletewitz Family Farm
Singing Frogs
Straus Family Creamery
Salmon Creek
New Family Farm
Humble Roots
Anello’s Seafood
Ely’s Kitchen
Sinful Fusion
Min Hee’s Seoul Kitchen
Falafel Fix
Lata Indian’s Cusine
Anna’s Seafood
CA Coops
Cindy Zafis
Costeaux Bakery
DH Woodworking
Dominique Sweets
Earth Temple
Edgeworks
Cirque du Ferments
Franco One World Sausage
Full Circle Bakery
Future Eats
Grizzly Bear Sweets
John Rizzi
Mi Fiesta
Princess Seafood
Pure Puer Tea
Queen Bee Kitchen
Raymond’s Bakery
Royale Hare
Run Around Brew
Silk Winds
Sonoma Garden Design
Stonehouse Olive Oil
The Garden Wild
The Hummus Guy
Varda Rose
Wardwood Art

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Jan

10

2017

Market Date Changes for 2017

2017 Market Date & Time Changes:
No market Saturday January 21st, Market Open Sunday January 22nd.
No market Saturday May 7th, Market Open Sunday May 8th,
Change in Market Hours Saturday May 20th, 8am-11am

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Jan

06

2017

January 7th Vendor List

We have bread, milk, and eggs! Ok it will be raining Saturday but it will be worth coming out.
You need to stock up for the big storm coming on Sunday.
You know you need snacks for the Raiders game.
And if you don’t want to cook but don’t want to be driving around in the rain – lots to choose from at the market including Ely’s posole and Lata’s the best Indian Food in Sonoma County. Anna’s Seafood has cioppino, chowder, and several other prepared items. Mi Fiesta has all kinds of things to make your meal preparation fast and easy.

Get your rain gear out and get to the market for the freshest, local fruits and vegetables. Foggy River also has a great selection of dried beans hmmmmmmmmbean soup.
Here is a tip for speeding up the process of soaking beans
Presoaking beans overnight not only cuts down on cooking time by up to 25 percent, it also helps the beans cook evenly without splitting. It’s easy, too (if you remember to do it). Still, we prefer the “power soak” method. Not only is it faster than soaking beans overnight, it also breaks down more of the complex sugars that can make beans hard to digest. The process is simple: Place beans in a pot and cover with water by three inches. Bring to a boil and simmer briskly for two minutes. Remove from heat, cover, and let stand for one hour. Drain. Your beans will be ready to use in your favorite recipes.–Kay Chun Bon Appetite

Armstrong Valley Farm
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Farms
Earthworker
Foggy River
Gourmet Farms
Hector’s Honey
Humble Roots
John Ford
Min Hee Gardens
Neve Rose
New Family Farm
Owen Farms
Singing Frogs
Straus Family Dairy

Ely’s Kitchen
Lata Indian Cuisine

Anna’s Seafood
Edgeworks
Farm to Ferments
Franco One World Sausage
Future Eats
Home Maid Ravioli
Lucia
Mi Fiesta
Phi Kind Organic Chocolate
Puer Pure Tea
Raymond’s Bakery
The Hummus Guy

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Wednesday January 4th Vendor List
It’s soup weather and this is the soup market.
Physis Foods is on hand with their stock made from farmers ingredients. Just add some fresh, seasonal vegetables and you are good to go.
It must be a New Year resolution – Dreamcatcher Ranch will be here with their fabulous locally raised meat. Among other things – great pork.
Bohemian Well Being Farm hmmm yum mushroom soup
Hector’s Honey Whipped honey and single flower honeys
Humble Roots sprouts and micro greens– perfect for a sprinkle
on top of some soup!
Min Hee Hill salad mixes and seasonal produce
Straus Family Dairy – Milk, yogurt, ice cream local, glass milk
bottles
Min Hee Hill Family Dairy – Milk, yogurt, ice cream local, glass glass glass
Ridgeview Whatever is in season Ridgeview has the best of it.
Anna’s Seafood Fresh local many prepared items
Full Circle Bakery All kinds of wonderful breads
Mi Fiesta salsas, chips, enchiladas, stuffed peppers, tamales,
tortillas – you can get a tamale to have a the market
Physis Foods – soup stock but there is more great coffee and
breakfast pies
Wardwood Art Lovely handcrafted jewelry
Dreamcatcher Ranch Locally raised meat exceptional flavor
Sinful Fusion Turkish Street Food and American breakfasts
Pictured butternut squash and potato soup.
http://www.willcookforsmiles.com/…/butternut-squash-potato-…
Everything you need for this recipe is at the Wednesday market
Wednesday and Saturday 8:30 – 1 pm
Rain or shine or soupy at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
@santarosafarmersmarket
#soupstock #locallyraisedmeat #farmersmarket
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