Mar

29

2013

Saturday March 30th – Vendors List

Whatever is involved in your Spring fling from soup to nuts you can get it at the Saturday market.

It’s a bloomin’ market with flowers galore. Spring bouquets from Ridgeview Farm, lilac branches from Middleton, acres of orchids from X-oitcals, and beautiful pots of spring flowers from Daffodils, Dahlias, Lilies Oh My!

Vegetables are well into spring with a few late winter crops still around. There are plenty of eggs at the market. Many so beautiful you don’t have to dye them.

Parsons Home Grown is back with mostly cherry tomatoes and yellow beefstakes.

Saturday Vendors:

St Rose Winery

Bohemian Wellbeing Farm

Salmon Creek Ranch

Not Yer Mommas Granola

Franco’s One World Sausage

Williams Ranch

Two Rock Valley Cheese

Costeaux Bakery

John Ford Ranch

Pepper Ranch

The Black Sheep Farm

Stonehouse Olive Oil

Full Circle Bakery

Weirauch Ranch

Hue de Laroque

Owens Family Farm

Hilltop Honey

Bolani – East West

Earth Temple

Chef Henderson

Ultimate Souvlaki

Edgeworks Sharpening Services

Penang Kitchen

La Vida Buena Nursery

Min-Hee Hill Gardens

EGB Farms

Ridgeview Farms

Daffodils, Dahlias, Lilies’ Oh My!

Parsons HomeGrown

DeSantis Farms

Orchard Farms

Nature Spirits Garden

Foggy River Farm

X-oticals

Berniers

Branch & Brine

Offerings of the Land

Middleton Farms

Singing Frogs Farm

Armstrong Valley Farm

Williamson Farms

Hector’s Honey

California Coops

Sonoma Garden Designs

Guerilla Foods

Kristin’s Krafts

Royal Hare

Willow Designs

Victoria Kemp

Aroma Floral

Truths Dolls

Comfort Zone

By the Elvin Moon

Gandolf’s Fine Chocolate

Raymond’s Bakery

Mi Fiesta Catering

Water Horse Ridge

The Garden Wild

Dominique’s Sweets

GaGa Cafe

Mama Baretta

Bumble Bee Seafood

Latas

Run Around

Green Grocer

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Combs Ranch   Paula Combs Wurlitzer. Orchard Fruit from Butte County — Apricots, Figs, Olive Oil, Almonds.

If you are a fan of the apricot –the Wednesday market is a must.   She has several different kinds and you can taste before you buy.

Vendors at the Wednesday market include:  Mi Fiesta great prepared foods -tamales, enchildas, chile rellanos , seasonal salsa, chips, tortillas, rice and beans , The Patch -wonderful seasonal produce including fresh sweet onions, Armstrong Valley Farm –new potatoes, Hector’s Honey honey but lots of great produce grown within two miles of the market,  Parsons Homegrown -the tomato that’s here now also grown within two miles of the market, organic plants and vegetable starts from Nature Spirits also grown within two miles of the market.   Everyone’s favorite — the Sebastopol Berry Farm is back at the Wednesday market: blueberries and raspberries all organic.  Carson’s Catch has  wild Alaskan salmon, cod and halibut all flash frozen on the boat.  Dreamcatcher ranch is featuring lamb these days but be sure and ask about their meat CSA particularly the bacon box!   DeSantis is here with there great variety of seasonal fruit –the very end of the citrus and the start of the stone fruit.  Min-Hee Hills Garden brings the most beautiful produce to the market and it doesn’t just look good — it tastes good too.  Damon also has some unusual Thai pepper plants  – the peppers start out black, turn green and then red.  He also has the peppers for sale.   If you are looking for a healthy snack you can’t beat Redel’s Roasted Almonds.   The Garden Wild has wonderful soaps and creams  most made from farm market products.  Waterhorse Ridge brings their enormous selection of jams, chutneys, salsas and other condiments.  Patricia Greer either grows it herself or buys it from the market.  Full Circle Bakery has wonderful breads to put Patricia’s jams on.  Run-Around -Brew is here for a wonderful coffee-break or get your day started and Gaga Cafe is in the house with just beans.  Shone Farm another neighbor is also a Wednesday vendor.  Country Rhodes is also a Wednesday vendor and they have tomatoes — summer tomatoes (they are from a slightly warmer place.)   Willow Design brings her clever gifts  including a wide range of items made out of old silverware….bud vases and bracelets…and much more.  And there is more.

 

 

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