Rosso Pizza is back but this is the last week for Parsons Homegrown tomatoes .

Summer is in — tomatoes are popping up everywhere.  Lots of early girls a few ugly girls  and the Patch  and Singing Frogs have heirlooms.   Sunday July 21st is National Hotdog day –fortunately John Ford will be at the Saturday market.    The perfect all beef hotdog.

G&S joins the market this week and they have corn. Stokes Family Farm has corn.  Laguna Farm has corn.   All of it is so fresh and  sweet you can eat it raw.

New to the market is Leap Frog Greens – micro greens  – add crunch and nutritional value to salads and sandwiches.  Some of the greens are great for smoothiesl.  Usually at least 6 varieties.



Armstrong Valley Farm

Beet Generation Farm

Bellwether Farm

Bernier Farms

Bohemian Wellbeing Farm

Branch & Brine

Canvas Ranch

Daffodils, Dahlias, Lilies Oh My!

EGB  Farms

Foggy River Farm

G&S Farms

Hectors Honey

John Ford Ranch

Kays Bo Kays

Laguna Farm

Leap Frog Greens

Ma & Pa’s Garden

Min-Hee Hill Gardens

Napa Valley Botanicals

Natures Spirits Garden

Neve Roses ll

New Family Farm

Offerings of the Land

Oz Family Farm

Parsons Homegrown

Pepper Ranch

Saint Benoit Creamery

Salmon Creek Ranch

Sebastopol Berry Farm

Singing Frogs Farm

Stokes Family Farm

The Black Sheep Farm

The Patch

Tusque Farms

Twin Peaks Orchard

Two Rock Valley Cheese

Weirauch Farm & Creamery

Williams Ranch

Williamson Farm


Prepared Foods

Chef Henderson Catering

Green Grocer

Guerilla Foods

Lata’s Indian Cuisine

Otis & Sadie’s Hot Barbecue

Parish Café

Penang Kitchen

Rosso Pizzeria


Alma’s Oilcloths

Architectural Ceramic Designs

Bumble Bee Seafood

California Coops

Costeaux French Bakery

Dominique’s Sweets

Earth Temple

East West Gourmet

Edgeworks Sharpening Service

Franco’s One World Sausage

Full Circle Bakery

Gaga Café

Gandolf’s Fine Chocolates

Hilltop Honey

Hue de Laroque

JF Pottery

Katzie Designs

Local Spicery

Mama Baretta

Mi Fiesta Catering

Not yer Mommas Granola

Peter Bailey Jewelry

Pure Puer Tea

Raymond’s Bakery

Royale Hare

Run Around Brew

Sia Baskets

Sonoma Garden Design

Soulstice Spa

Starting from Scratch

Stonehouse Olive Oil

Vicki Kemp

Waterhorse Ridge

Willow Designs

Cultural Elements

Health Fair



Last year Louisiana Legacy Catering – Rob Lippincott – broke a lot of hearts when he stopped making beignets  at the market.  He was concentrating on the opening of  his new restaurant  The Parish Cafe      The reviews are great.    He’s ready to come back to the all the beignet lovers at the market.   This Saturday you can once again cover yourself in powered sugar.


 Rosso Pizza will be back this week.  As well as great pizza you can buy the dough to create your own and their house made cheeses as well.

Welcome back!



Rosso Pizza after a busy summer of special events is back.  It is true that Chef John Franchetti is the one who starts building the fire at 6:30 AM so when you get to the market – your breakfast pizza is ready.   Rosso also sells pizza dough and their house-made mozzarella.

Twin Peaks is back with their fabulous amagaki persimmons .

Branch and Brine locally cured olives.  Last year they sold out in a flash you don’t want to miss this.

The chestnut guys : Jim and Dave are back,  chestnuts in three sizes, quince and now that it has rained –chanterelles.

There is always something new at the market especially when the seasons are changing.


Several star chefs and many star chefs soon to be discovered are cooking at the market.    Aside from the dishes you can order on the spot many of them have convenience ingredients to help the home cook  make slow food fast.

Saturday is a bonanza of great Sonoma cooking including John Franchetti of Rosso Pizza.    If you think cold pizza for breakfast is good — wait until you have the breakfast pizza.  Their menu also has a breakfast version of the pandini

Rosso’s also sells their pizza dough and fresh mozzarella cheese.   Rosso’s cold ages their pizza dough  for three days .  You can get it ready to go.

Wednesday morning a few less choices but something for everyone’s idea of breakfast.    Tamales from Mi Fiesta, pastries and coffee drinks from Run-Around Brew, pastries from Full Circle Bakery, coffee and beans from Gaga Cafe and full breakfasts from the Windsor Green Grocer.

Joe Reuter, the Windsor Green Grocer, is a farming partner with Three Graces Farm.    The ingredients for his farm market breakfasts come from Three Graces farm especially the meat and poultry.   Many are available for purchase by the pound at the market.

There are places to sit in the sun or shade, the market is open from 8:30 until noon.    The Wednesday market showcases the diversity of Sonoma County’s small family farms.   If it’s the quintessential Sonoma County food experience you seek the best place is the Wednesday market.  Setting, ambiance, best of  Sonoma’s small family farms, and not quite as crowded as Saturday.