Saturday, June 24th, from 8am to 12pm!
There will be BLUEBERRIES and PEACHES at market this week, folks, along with plenty of great summer produce, like sweet corn, okra, cucumbers, summer squash, snap beans, new potatoes, eggplant, and early tomatoes!
Spring veggies are beginning to wind down for the season, but you will still find fresh sprouting broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, spinach, Swiss chard, beets, sunflower and pea sprouts, and hopefully a new flush of Shitake mushrooms at the market this week!
We will also have grass-fed beef, organic-fed and pasture-raised pork, chicken, and eggs, cut flower bouquets, and summer garden transplants!
Check out the full vendor produce list and recipe of the week for Greek Stewed Green Beans with Squash and Tomatoes!
Come out and enjoy a little live country/bluegrass music this week! We are pleased to welcome Joseph Campo to perform at the market on Saturday!
Harvest Abundance tickets are now available! Harvest Abundance is our annual farm-to-table dinner and benefit auction! It will be on Sunday, July 23rd, from 5pm to 8pm, hosted by Oakleaf and prepared by Chef Brendan with fresh produce direct from our farmers. Delicious food, locally-brewed beverages, live music, silent auction, grand-prize raffle (dinner for eight at Oakleaf), and great fellowship with your farmers and our local-food community! Tickets can be purchased on our website, using Paypal, at Oakleaf, inside Chatham Marketplace, at Country Farm & Home in Pittsboro, and at the market on Saturdays.
FULL VENDOR PRODUCE LIST:
Cane Creek Farms will have cucumbers, summer squash, green onions, sunflower and pea sprouts, and cut flowers. They will also have pasture-raised chicken, eggs, and grass-fed beef. They have whole and half-chickens and a selection of steaks and roasts as well as ground beef.
CATHIS Farm will be at market with pasture-raised, organic-fed pork, chicken, and eggs. They are fully stocked with all of their regular chicken cuts, including whole birds, breasts, thighs, leg quarters, boneless breasts, and boneless dark meat. Pork choices include smoked and fresh ham slices, smoked and thick-cut pork chops, sweet potato liverwurst, and a variety of sausage flavors: kielbasa, smoked, Italian, country, and their new beer bratwurst.
Cool Springs Farm will be there with new potatoes, beans, tomatoes, sweet corn, and blueberries.
Grand Hope Farm will be at market with big leaf spinach, Swiss chard, curly kale, three varieties of beans, cabbage, a few sugar beets, green tip and crook neck squash, okra, and eggplant. This will be last call until fall for kohlrabi, sprouting broccoli, and cauliflower.
Heartstrong Farm will have summer squash, cucumbers, beets, kohlrabi, turnips, cut flower bouquets and maybe some radishes.
Hill View Farm will be there with grass-fed beef. They will have ground beef, stew beef, and a few other cuts. We’ll be back to the market with a full line up of cuts on July 15!
Johnson’s Farm will be there with peaches and maybe sweet corn.
Red Roots Farm will have Swiss chard, scallions, green cabbage, kale, summer garden transplants, and maybe some shiitake mushrooms.
RECIPE OF THE WEEK:
Tomato Tasting – July 15th: Taste-test all of the delicious tomato varieties and more of summer’s bounty! Vote on your favorite tomato and enjoy tasting samples provided by our farmers!
Harvest Abundance – July 23rd: Our annual farm-to-table dinner and benefit auction! Hosted by Oakleaf and prepared by Chef Brendan with fresh produce direct from our farmers. Delicious food, locally-brewed beverages, live music, silent auction, grand-prize raffle (dinner for eight at Oakleaf), and great fellowship with your farmers and our local-food community! Tickets can be purchased on our website, using Paypal, at Oakleaf, inside Chatham Marketplace, at Country Farm & Home in Pittsboro, and at the market on Saturdays.
We are still accepting Vendor Applications for the 2017 season! We will consider vendors in all categories, including vegetables and fruit, meat and poultry, eggs, milk, cheese and other dairy, herbs, 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 on our website. If you have any questions, please contact the market manager at email@example.com
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 contact our market manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org