Thanksgiving at the Market

No matter what your Thanksgiving table looks like the market has it from soup to nuts and everything in between.

This year the acorn squash at Orchard Farm were effected by the late rains. They are the perfect size for individual servings stuffed with whatever your vegan, gluten-free, or carnivore guest might like.

This is the beginning of the citrus season and DeSantis has keffir limes, buddah’s hand and the fruit (tunas) from the prickly pear cactus which they turned into a margarita mix. Twin Peaks has mandarins.

The Patch will have tomatoes,peppers, onions, and green beans (and more) until the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Triple T has great mixed greens and beautiful kabucha
squash in all sizes and colors.

Check out the Ruby Queen Beets at Crescent Moon.
Each of the produce vendors have something unique. Offerings of the Land sells greens they grow from open pollination. You cannot get more local.

If it’s classic mashed potatoes, ask Tom Noble at Armstrong Valley Farm which potato he recommends or the folks at Tommy Boy Farm.

A number of vendors have wonderful sausage including Wednesday vendor Dreamcatcher, selling goat meat sausages.

Don’t forget to order your pies!