The Wednesday market has all the good stuff and easier parking.   You can still get a great cup of coffee from the  Gaga Cafe, the best breakfast in Sonoma County from the Green Grocer and lots of Sonoma grown fruits and vegetables.  For the ominvore:  fish, meat, poultry, eggs, cheese, and honey.
Armstrong Valley Farm
The Beet Generation Farm
Bohemian Well-Being
Dream Catcher Ranch
Farm Sinclair
Hector’s Honey
Penny Royale Farm
Pepper Ranch
Ponce Farm/EGB Farm
Schletewitz Family Farm
The Patch
Sebastopol Berry Farm
A Taste of Tea
Beach House Candles
My Comfort Zone
Fresh Off the Boat
Full Circle Bakery
Gaga Cafe
I’m Sew Sure
The Garden Wild
The Hummus Guy
Wine Country Chocolates
Victoria Kemp
Franco’s One World Sausage
The Green Grocer
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Got company in town bring them by the market for a  mini tour of the best of Sonoma and great farm to table fare if you want to have a bite.

 

Wednesday Market vendors
Music by Hank Levine

If you’ve had a hankering for Parsons Homegrown -you can get the tomatoes at this Wednesday’s market.

Rdegview  has beautiful seasonal bouquets.

Vendors:
Armstrong Valley Farm
Bohemian Well-being Farm
Farm Sinclair
Parsons HomeGrown
Hectors Honey
Penny Royal Farm
Navarro Vineyards
Ridgeview Farm
Dream Catcher Ranch

Gaga Cafe
Franco’s One World Sausage
Full Circle Bakery
A Taste of Tea
Mi Fiesta Catering

The Garden Wild
My Comfort Zone
Willow Designs
Quillfully Yours
I’m Sew Sure

Green Grocer
Starting from Scratch

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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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2/12 Vendor LIst
New to the Wednesday market  Honeymoon Brand Ice Cream   organic ice cream from St Benoit milk
Music by Hank Levine
Edgeworks Sharpening Services
Starting from Scratch
Green Grocer
Dream Catcher Ranch
The Fruit Factory
Armstrong Valley Farm
Penny Royal Farm
Navarro Vineyards
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Parsons HomeGrown
Farm Sinclair
Hector’s Honey
Bohemian Wellbeing Farm
Mi Fiesta Catering
Willow Designs
A Taste of Tea
Quillfully Yours
Full Circle Bakery
GaGa Cafe
Franco’s One World Sausages
Honeymoon Brand
I’m Sew Sure

 

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Vendors for the Wonderful Wednesday market.

Parsons Homegrown Tomatoes is BACK. The best out of season tomato ever.

Remember the market will be closed Saturday the 18th and open instead on Sunday the 19th  Regular schedule resumes the following week January 25th

Wednesday Market 1/15:

Hector’s Honey   Honey of course, produce including winter squash, garlic, potatoes, kiwis, hot and sweet peppers

Armstrong Valley Farm potatoes, lemons, lettuce and the best carrots in the world

Dream Catcher Ranch locally raised meat: pork, beef and lamb. Ask them about their breakfast boxes it’s a meat CSA program

Penny Royal Farm Nominated for the Good Food Awards for their goat cheeses and they have an award winning blue cheese

Navarro Vineyards Wine, non-alcoholic grape juice and ver jus a wonderful cooking ingredient

Farm Sinclair Asian vegetables, lettuces, radishes new items each week

Twin Peaks Orchard Citrus Citrus and more citrus

Parsons Tomatoes The world’s best out of season tomato

GaGa Cafe A cup of great coffee, beans by the bag, hot chocolate

Full Circle Bakery An assortment of baked goods including some morning pastries, sandwich breads and specialty breads (including cheddar garlic you have to buy two in order to get home with one)

Mi Fiesta Catering The best fast food- the tamale with your choice of salsa and guacamole. Their packages of tamales and enchiladas are perfect for an easy lunch or dinner with no fuss on your part. They have chips, salsa and tortillas too. Everything for your own fiesta

A Taste of Tea Stop by and ask about their teas. The green tea latte (no dairy involved) is yummy. They are very knowledgeable and happy to share information and tastes

Waterhorse Ridge Simply the best jams, conserves, salsas. Everything is locally grown and made with less sugar so the flavors shine through.

Green Grocer Have something to eat at the market from a chef described as the love child of the French Laundry and Whole Foods. This is farm to table at its best

Starting from Scratch Huge omelets stuffed with the ingredients of your choice– all from the market. In a hurry grab some sausage gravy over a big fluffy biscuit. Thinking about a party for the 49’er game ask them about dishes you can pick up at the Sunday market.

My Comfort Zone Pillows of comfort in all sizes that can be heated or chilled. Ask Susan to give you a tour of her inventory you will find just what you need.

Quillfully Yours Handmade cards. Excellent inventory of Valentine’s Day cards. You don’t want to be scrambling around on Valentine’s Day at the local drugstore for something for your sweetie.

Willow Designs Clever jewelry. Some designs feature vegetable beads. Many pieces are made from old silverware. You’ll find the perfect gift and for sure something for yourself.

I’m Sew Sure Many original designs including wonderful special occasion placements. They also have baby blankets, large carry-alls, beautiful napkins and other table ware. All of their pieces are crafted with great attention to detail.

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The Wonderful Wednesday market is back tomorrow

Music – Hank Levine

Hector’s Honey Peppers, squash, potatoes, tomatillos, garlic, onions, eggs and of course honey and other bee products

Twin Peaks Orchards Sunny Citrus

The Dream Catcher Ranch Beef, pork and lamb

Penny Royal Farm Award winning cheeses including a great blue cheese
Navarro Vineyards Grape juice and wine

Bohemian Wellbeing Farm Foraged and wild mushrooms

Farm Sinclair Bok Choi, tat soy and other Asian vegetables, radishes

Armstrong Valley Farm Potatoes, kale several different kinds,lemons, eggs, broccoli -several kinds

Gaga Cafe The best cup of coffee and you can get the beans to take home

My Comfort Zone Feeling a little achy for whatever reason. Susan
has the perfect pillow for you — can be heated or chilled.

Full Circle Bakery Great bread and some lovely pastries to go with that great cup of coffee

Quillfully Yours Wonderful Antique Valentines Cards

The Taste of Tea Ask about Wellness Wednesday

Mi Fiesta Catering Co. The best fast food at the best price – Mi Fiesta is party central. Wonderful chips and salsas

Willow Designs Clever jewelry designs — many crafted from silverware

I’m Sew Sure An array of hand sewn items: bags, baby blankets and special placemats for birthdays.

Food from two outstanding kitchens at the Wednesday market ths weel.

Starting From Scratch Omelets and sausage gravy and biscuits.. and a lot more.

The Green Grocer The name of the dish might sound familiar
but the Green Grocer always puts a slight twist on the dish.

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The Wednesday market is year round, rain or shine.

Some of crafts or soft good vendors whose inventory doesn’t do well in the rain may not be there but rain is good for farmers and ranchers.

There are covered tables for breakfast. It’s not going to be that cold. What could be nicer then having a great cup of coffee from Gaga Cafe and enjoying the first rain of the season. If you are in a hurry, Starting from Scratch has biscuits and gravy and Mi Fiesta Catering Co. has wonderful hot tamales with a wonderful choice of salsas — both ready to go. Looking for an amazing farm to table breakfast Starting from Scratch has omelets your choice of fillings — everything purchased at the market. The Green Grocer has everything from traditional breakfast choices to things like crispy duck tacos. Everything is sourced within 150 miles of Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

This is the line-up for Wednesday November 20th

Green Grocer

Starting from Scratch

Bohemian Well Being

Farm Sinclair

Twin Peaks Orchard Twin Peaks

The Patch

Penny Royal Farm / Navarro Vineyards

Armstrong Valley Farm

Dreamcatcher Ranch

Leap Frog Greens

Min-Hee Hill Gardens

Hector’s Honey

GaGa Café

Full Circle Bakery

Waterhorse Ridge

The Garden Wild

Taste of Tea

Mi Fiesta

Edgeworks Sharpening Services

My Comfort Zone

Quillfully Yours

I’m Sew Sure

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The Wednesday market has a great selection of Sonoma grown produce.  McClellan Dairy has joined the Wednesday party with wonderful artisan butters and eggs.   Body Balance is offering massage at the market… take the stress out of your week.

Most of the tomatoes  at the Saturday Heirloom Tomato Tasting are available at the Wednesday market.   An excellent selection is also at the Thursday market.  This is the last week for the Thursday market until next summer.

Wednesday Vendor list

Edgeworks Sharpening Services

The Beet Generation
McClellan Dairy
Armstrong Valley Farm
Ridgeview Farm
Leap Frog Greens
Farm Sinclair
Bohemian Wellbeing Farm
Dreamcatcher Ranch
The Patch
EGB Farms
Min-Hee Hill Gardens
Hectors Honey
Sebastopol Berry Farm
Village Charter School & Garden
Alma’s Oilcloths
Waterhorse Ridge
Full Circle Bakery
GaGa Café
Franco’s One World Sausages
Body Balance —    massage what a great way to get over  mid-week stress
I’m Sew Sure
Quillfully Yours
My Comfort Zone
Green Grocer
Penang Kitchen
Starting from Scratch

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The best place to have breakfast on Saturday is the Santa Rosa Farmers Market.  There is everything from a traditional omelet to a traditional Malaysian morning meal.   There is something for everyone.

There are hot tamales and tempting baked goods to add to your choices for breakfast.    Great coffee and teas are available too.

Saturday September 14th Vendor List

Agricultural

Armstrong Valley Farm

Beet Generation Farm

Bella Ridge Farm

Bellwether Farms

Bernier Farms

Bohemian Wellbeing Farm

Bruno’s Italian Red Wine Vinegar

Canvas Ranch

Daffodils, Dahlias, Lilies Oh My!

Dry Creek Peach

EGB  Farms

First Light Farm

Foggy River Farm

G&S Farm

Hectors Honey

Karlonas Farms

Laguna Farm

Leap Frog Greens

Ma & Pa’s Garden

Min-Hee Hill Gardens

My Wild iris Rows

Natures Spirit Garden

Neve Roses ll

New Family Farm

Offerings of the Land

Orchard Farms

Owen Family Farm

Oz Family Farm

Pepper Ranch

Ridgeview Farm

Salmon Creek Ranch

Sebastopol Berry Farm

Singing Frogs Farm

The Black Sheep Farm

The Patch

Tusque Farms

Twin Palms Farm

Two Rock Valley Cheese

Walkers Apples

Weirauch Creamery

Williams Ranch

Williamson Farm

Prepared Foods

Chef Henderson Catering

Green Grocer

Guerilla Foods

Penang Kitchen

Starting from Scratch

Non-Agricultural

Aroma Floral Designs

Bumble Bee

California Coops

Carol’s Creations

Costeaux French Bakery

Crumb Hither Bakery

Damselfly Designs

Earth Temple

East West Gourmet

Edgeworks Sharpening Services

Franco’s One World Sausage

Full Circle Bakery

Gaga Café

Gandolf’s Fine Chocolates

Grizzly Bear Sweets

Hilltop Honey

Home Maid Ravioli

Hue de Laroque

JF Pottery

Leon Day Condiments

Local Spicery

Mama Baretta

Not yer Mommas Granola

Nourish

Peggy Parr Pottery

Philisopher’s Stoneground

Poppies

Pure Puer Tea

Raymond’s Bakery

Sia Baskets

Silk Winds

Sonoma Garden Design

Stonehouse Olive Oil

The Beet Generation Juice

Threads of Time

Victoria Kemp

Waterhorse Ridge

Willow Designs

 

 

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Summer is something special in Sonoma County.  All three markets are full of the fruits and vegetables of summer.    Gaga Cafe is at all three markets with a smile and a great cup of coffee.  Eggs and locally raised meat at all three markets.  Hector’s Honey, EGB (seasonal fruit) and The Patch (Sonoma grown vegetables) are at all three markets.

The Wednesday market has a great prepared food the best pop-up food court — Green Grocer andPenang Kitchen   –great menus and food to eat at the market or to go.    Each also sells ingredients to make your cooking easy and tasty. Wednesday market  8:30- Noon  Luther Burbank Center for the Arts   Full Circle Bkery has wonderful pastries to go with that great cup of  coffee from Gaga Cafe.

Wednesday July 30th Vendor List

Wednesday Market

Agricultural

Hectors Honey

Armstrong Valley Farm

EGB Farm

The Patch

Sebastopol Berry Farm

Min-Hee Hill Garden

Penny Royal Farm
Navarro Vineyards

Ridgeview Farm

The Beet Generation

Leap Frog Greens

Farm Sinclair

Dreamcatcher Ranch

Non-Agricultural

Full Circle Bakery

Gaga Cafe

Waterhorse Ridge

My Comfort Zone

Viki Kemp

The Garden Wild

Starting from Scratch

Willow Designs

Dr. Cindy Zafis (allergist)

Prepared Foods

Green Grocer

Penang Kitchen

Thursday market      9:00- 1pm         1450 Guerneville Road  (Across from Penny’s side entrance at Coddingtown)

Saturday market       8:30 – 1pm     Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

 

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