Mar

11

2016

Vendor List Saturday March 12

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Saturday March 12 Vendor List
It won’t be raining Saturday morning but we would be there even if it were.
Crumb Hither this Saturday with fabulous Irish soda bread just in time for St Patrick’s Day. Butterscotch pudding and cake in a jar are something new check them out.
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bellwether Farm
Bernier Farms
Bohemian Farms
Foggy River
Gourmet Farms
Hector’s Honey
Min Hee Hill Gardens
Offerings of the Land
Owens Ranch
Parsons home Grown
Penny Royal/Navarro
Edgeworks
Farm to Ferments
Pepper Ranch
Ponce
Salmon Creek
Schletewitz Family Farm
Singing Frogs
Straus Family Creamery
The Beet Generation
Two Rock
Williamson Ranch
X-oticals
Costeaux Bakery
Created By Vanae
Crumb Hither
Dominique Sweets
Gaga Café
Grizzly Bear Sweets
Home Maid Ravioli
Mi Fiesta
One Ocean Seafood
Pop’s Kettle Corn
Princess Seafood
Pure Puer Tea
Raymonds Bakery
Rover’s Choice
The Hummus Guy
Foodie Farmhouse
Sinful Fusion
Anello Crab & Seafood
Lata’s Indian Cuisine

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Everyone has at least one someone  for a Valentine.   We’ve got the perfect thing — even if your special someone is four legged.   Check out the Doggy Treats at Salmon Creek Ranch and Owens Family Farm.   We have a lovely gallery of gifts for all your two-legged valentines, no matter what their age

If you can’t get to the market before Valentine’s Day – our vendors are ready to serve you almost anytime.  Be sure to check the vendors list for contact information

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Thanksgiving is a week from today.  Will you be a basket case on the big day?  Or happily relaxing knowing you are completely ready.   The market has everything you need to make Thanksgiving a perfect day.   Well not the turkey.   A sure fire way to cut down on your work but not on quality is to get your pies, cookies, cakes breads from our wonderful bakers.

–when you put them all together we have the best specialty bakery in the whole world, pre -orders are welcome.

Raymond’s Bakery  A great around bakery with an amazing selection

Full Circle   They grow their own wheat – how’s that for ensuring quality

Costeaux Bakery   The most decorated bakery in Sonoma County

Mama Barretta’s  Mama Baretta creates delicious Italian breads, breadsticks, biscotti, amaretti and the award winning PEZZI without wheat, gluten, soy, eggs, dairy, or peanuts

Cosmic Cookie Jar   Gluten Free but the attraction is everthing tastes great.  Savory muffins that are standouts

Crumb Hither  the word luscious applies to her  cakes, tarts, cupcakes, mini-cupcakes   If Marie Antoinette had served Shannon’s cake’s — there would still be royalty in France

Dominque’s Sweets  – the best fruit pies  and the best macaroons (three sizes) and well whatever she makes it’s the best

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Saturday was our 45th birthday.  We had cake and a lot of fun.

The market received a letter from someone else who had a great time on Saturday.    They especially enjoyed the lovely location and places to relax and enjoy yourself.   Even children have a good time.

Dear Santa Rosa Farmers Market coordinators and vendors at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts,

My name is Erica Wheeler and I grew up in Larkfield, California just down the street from the Luther Burbank Center.  One of my favorite parts about growing up in the area was the community that surrounded me everywhere I went.  To this day, now that I have moved to San Francisco for college, that sense of community is what I miss most.  As the world gets busier and people have less time even the strongest communities feel the strain, which is why what you do at the Luther Burbank Center Farmers Market (and everywhere else too!) is so important.  Just this past weekend my mom and I and my 5 year old cousin came to the farmers market and spent the morning meeting new people, playing in the grass and the play structure and eating breakfast together.  It was one of those rare and perfect days where time passes slowly and people really enjoy themselves.  My cousin, a native San Franciscan had the best time, and I was thrilled to be able to show her a slower pace and all of the other exciting things the market has to offer.  Thank you to each of you for making these special memories possible.  Thank you for rebinding our communities together and reminding us what’s important every weekend.  My family and I so appreciate what you do and I wanted to thank you for that.  See you again soon!

Sincerely,

Erica Wheeler

 

Thank you to Crumb Hither for the amazing cakes.

  One of the original four vendors is still selling at the market.  Kay of Kays Bo-Kays

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SROCFM Celebrates its 45th Anniversary Saturday!

Join us at 11:30 for a Celebratory Cake Cutting

Say hello to Kay of Kay’s Bo-kays, one of the market’s original founders

Special Thanks to:

Shannon of Crumb Hither for baking the beautifully tasty cakes!

Chris of X-oticals for the festive balloon decorations!

 

 

 

Music Saturday:               Rose Town Ramblers

Mark Nystrom & Friends

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Oct

12

2012

The market always has something new

As the seasons change the market changes.    The aroma of roasting peppers leads you to theBeet Generation Farm.  Peppers roasted to order.

Physis Foods opened for the first time at the market,   Serving Roasted Tomato Sauce, Vegetable Stock, Vegetable Soup, two vinaigrettes, kachumber, Salsa Fresca, and more for Saturday! Physis uses  a mobile kitchen on location at the market to create,a variety of staple foods based on produce for sale at the market that very same day. Many of our items either compliment a meal (such as soups, salads, & condiments) or cut steps out of preparation (cut vegetable mixes, stocks, & seasonings.)

 Singing Frogs Farm has something for every season from beautiful strawberries to fall greens, squashes and pumpkins.   They also have wonderful collection of Asian greens and vegetables.

Smashing Juices started at the market this summer.  A nice and easy pick-me-up  by the cup or the jar.

It’s not to early to think about Halloween – our bakers and candy makers will make it a very special time.   Crumb Hither has some beautiful cookies for the season.

 

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If you missed the Saturday market, you missed these key lime tarts from Crumb Hither.

The origin of Key lime pie has been traced back to the late 19th century in the Key West, Florida area. Its exact origins are unknown, but the first formal mention of Key Lime Pie as a recipe may have been made by William Curry, a ship salvager and Key West’s first millionaire; his cook, “Aunt Sally,” made the pie for him. If such is the case, however, it is also possible and maybe even probable that Sally adapted the recipe already created by local sponge fishermen. Sponge fishermen spent many contiguous days on their boats, and stored their food on board, including nutritional basics such as canned milk (which would not spoil without refrigeration), limes and eggs. Sponge fishermen on the sea would presumably not have access to an oven, and, similarly, the original recipe for key lime pie did not call for cooking the mixture of lime, milk, and eggs. (read more from Wikipedia)

The first recipe for key lime pie was recorded in the 1930s and it is the state pie of Florida.    Here’s a list of other state’s official foods.    While California doesn’t have an official pie – following the Florida designation of  a state pie, we had a state mock pie contest.

What do you think should be the California State Pie…..or even the Sonoma County pie?

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