January 25th, from 10am to 1pm!
This week you will find farm-fresh BRUSSELS SPROUTS, COLLARDS, CABBAGE, SPINACH, BROCCOLI, WINTER SQUASH, SWEET POTATOES, and MORE!
We will also have grass-fed BEEF, pasture-raised and organic-fed LAMB, PORK, CHICKEN, EGGS, and handmade Alpaca FIBERCRAFT!
Check out the full vendor produce list for Saturday below, along with the recipe-of-the-week for Ginger-Sesame Chicken Meatballs with Broccoli!
This week is our last market of the season! We look forward to seeing you on the 25th, and then we will close for two months and reopen for the 2020 season on April 4th! We hope everyone has a wonderful winter and early spring and we look forward to seeing you again with fresh veggies, meats, eggs, and handmade crafts in April!
FULL VENDOR PRODUCE LIST:
CATHIS Farm will have pasture-raised, organic-fed lamb, chicken, turkey, and eggs, and forest-raised, organic-fed pork. Chicken cuts include but not limited to boneless breast, bone-in breast, leg quarters and drumsticks. Pork cuts include country sausage, kielbasa, boneless loin, and Boston butt and pork chops for slow cooking. Lamb cuts include ground lamb, French rack of lamb, lamb shanks, and leg of lamb!
Cool Springs Farm will be at market with Brussels sprouts, broccoli, kale, collard heads, beet greens, Swiss chard, sweet potatoes and garlic.
Hill View Farm will be at market with grass-fed beef. They will have filet mignon, ribeye steaks, New York strip steaks, sirloin steaks, ground beef, ground chuck, bones and liver.
Ken & Sue Mashburn will be there (weather permitting) with collards, cabbage, spinach, mescaline mix, broccoli, winter squash, sweet potatoes, mustard and turnip greens, and a few beets and turnip roots.
Crystal Glen Alpacas/Paws in Harmony will be at market with hand-spun Alpaca yarn and knitted and felted Alpaca fiber items. Brrrrr, it’s stay warm with alpaca weather! In honor of the last Saturday of the 2019 market season we are offering a free 8″ bandana (very trendy with the little doggie set) when you buy a larger bandana. But in order to take advantage of this you must tell me the magic words. This week’s magic words are STAY WARM WITH ALPACA. We will also have a new batch of bigger alpaca dryer balls.
We are now accepting Vendor Applications for the 2020 season! We will consider vendors in many categories, including vegetables, fruit, meat and poultry, eggs, milk, cheese and other dairy, cut flowers, jams and other preserves, honey, baked goods, prepared foods, body and wellness products or services and handmade crafts. Vendors must be the producer of all items sold and must be growing or making their products within 100 miles of Pittsboro. You will find more information and our application in the sidebar of this website. If you have any questions, please contact our market manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a performer? A not-for-profit organization, club, or group? Are you an expert in sustainability, food, agriculture, or anything else related to farms, food, and local goodness? The Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market would like to hear from you! We are looking to partner with entertainers, experts, and non-profits who’d like to raise a little money and spread the word about their organization at the Market this year! If interested, please contact our market manager at email@example.com