Wednesday the ‘Pocket Market’ : only the best and now the most beautiful

The Wednesday market is smaller than the Saturday market, true but it is not lacking in diversity.  It  still brings the best of locally produced products for a quick mid-week pick-me-up.   And now we are the most beautiful market.  Here’s what one customer said about our new location.

“Really loved the new space, it’s so beautiful nestled against the trees with the vineyard behind it and the hills beyond. I think come autumn it will be even more beautiful. Was thrilled to see all the vendors! . Thank you for finding such a nice spot and keeping so many of the vendors together!”

Here’s a bit on some of the Wednesday vendors.

Hector’s Honey,Min-Hee Hill Gardens, Armstrong Valley Farm and Ridgeview Farm offer fruits and vegetables with names and history.  When you are searching for the just right ingredient for your recipe – these are the vendors to talk to.  Hector and Armstrong Valley Farm have eggs.

Hector also has honey, bee pollan and other bee good-to-yourself products.   Ridgeview always has the most beautiful spring bouquets.  Right now it is sweet-pea time.

A great array of  bread, rolls and tasty bites are available from Full Circle Bakery.  You know a bakery that grows its own wheat is serious about its final product.

Parsons Home Grown  this recent comment from the website says it all

“Just had your tomatoes on a Caprese at Rosso the new pizzeria + mozzarella bar in Petaluma ~ Awesome ~ I will be stopping by the market for some more tomatoes.
Thanks!”

Mr. Kim and his amazing mushrooms adds a touch of the exotic to the market.  Although everything is from Occidental.   He has fresh and dried mushrooms and a great depth of knowledge about culinary and medicinal uses of mushrooms.  Wednesday is a good time to talk to him about his mushrooms as the market is not quite as busy.

The Dream Catcher Ranch brings their selection of humanely raised meats.   They have boutique bacon at  great prices.

Whether you are looking for a quick lunch or some easy fast dinners, Mi Fiesta has everything to make cooking a lot easier.  They have enchiladas , tamales, and other already done for you items but they also have a  selection of seasonal salsas that can be used in all kinds of recipes.

Lata’s Indian Cuisine  -The best Indian Food in Northern California

DeSantis Farms brings Bella Fruita to the market.   Great cooks from all over the Bay area use their fruits and nuts to guarantee great taste.

Redel’s Roasted Almonds sells the best snack – their flavored almonds (no fat) but they also have fresh raw almonds at great prices.

EGB Farms – if you been thinking about peaches then you will be very happy and they also have the best chocolate covered almonds on the planet

Also joining in the fun seasonal vendor Country Rhodes Farm
squash and tomatoes

Edgeworks Sharpening Service — keep your knives, scissors, and anything else with a blade sharp.

If you are looking to pamper yourself or a need a gift that is indeed local, The Garden Wild has soaps and creams.  Many of them made from market products such as goat milk soap.

Willow Design brings a touch of whimsy to the market.  Ann’s clever  jewelry designs often featured fruits and vegetables.

Run-Around-Brew offers a good selection of coffees and pastries.   And now the market is in such a beautiful place, it’s a great place to sit and have a coffee break.

Pictured here a just -picked lettuces and flowers from Ridgeview Farm.