The Wednesday market
This week’s market offers wonderful choices for fruit and vegetables.including great tasting tomatoes grown less then 3 miles from Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

There are a few vendors who only come on Wednesday and you are missing out if you don’t come and meet them. You are missing agreat blue cheese and wine.

Wednesday Only Vendors *

Hector’s Honey dried garlic, onions, winter squash, tomatillos and of course honey

Farm Sinclair Lettuces, radishes and a variety of Asian greens usually picked the morning of the market,

Parsons’ Homegrown Yellow, red and red cherry tomatoes. Really tasty, grown locally

Armstrong Valley Farm Eggs, beets, carrots, greens. His carrots are legendary

Penny Royal Farm Wonderful cheeses – award winning cheeses
The blue is amazing.*

Navarro Vineyards Wine and juices made from wine grapes. The pinot noir is a favorite with children and adults.*

The Fruit Factory Citrus and yams this time of year. Great prices on bulk purchases

Ridgeview Farm Lettuces, radishes and other spring vegetables. Not only are they tasty but they are beautiful *

Dream Catcher Ranch Locally raised meat. Ask about their meat CSA*

The Green Grocer Great farm to table fare. Served on china. Treat yourself to some great Sonoma County eating They cook straight from the market

Edgework’s Sharpening Services Get a spring tune-up for your garden tools. Don’t forget to sign up for Art’s email reminder service

Franco’s One World Sausages – Simply the best sausages. Ask Dennis to recommend the perfect one for you. When it’s raining the next day, wouldn’t be great to have a nice plate of sausage and potatoes and whatever vegetable you prefer. Everything you need is at the Wednesday market.

Gaga Cafe You can’t take Gary’s smile home with you but you can get the same great coffee –take home a bag of beans!

Full Circle Bakery Wonderful breads good variety from sandwich to specialty bread. The perfect bread for your mid-winter BLT
everything you need for a great BLT is at the Wednesday market.

Honeymoon Ice Cream Seasonal flavors, locally produced from local organic milk. Package in returnable jars. Ice Cream sandwiches. Wednesday only. You have got to come and taste.

The Taste of Tea Come and as see what they are sampling. Ask about the tea and food pairings.

Mi Fiesta Catering Co. Whether it’s a party for one or more. Mi Fiesta is one stop shopping. Their tortillas make great wraps for any kind of filling.

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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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The Wednesday market attracts great chefs because freshness counts and much of the same great fruits and vegetables  are available without the crowds. 

Here are Scott Noll, pastry chef at Jackson’s Bar and Oven and rising star baker Kima Lovold  Noll described her as “amazing.”    We saw Chef Noll shopping with another young colleague at the Saturday market using the moment as a teaching exercise. We think he is amazing.

Last year Diane Peterson of the Press Democrat shared chefs’ recipes for spring fruit and berries.  One of the featured chefs is Scott Noll.

 

Here are the vendors of the Wednesday market:

Min-Hee Hill Garden,The Dreamcatcher Ranch (featuring lamb this week), Redel’s  Roasted Almonds, Willow Designs, Full Circle Bakery, Bohemian Well Being Town -Mushrooms, Ridgeview Farm, Parsons Homegrown, Amstrong Valley Farm, Desantis Fruit, Hector’s Honey, Carson’s Catch,The  Garden Wild, Waterhorse Ridge Jams, Country Rhodes,  Mi Fiesta, Lata’s Indian Cuisine,EGB fruit stone fruit peaches and apricots this week and Vicky Kemp designs.

 

 

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