Vendors have been sharing what will be at the market this Saturday. We will be at our normal location on Campus at the Dickinson Research Center Parking Lot. Here’s a partial list of what you’ll find at market this week.
Produce – While this spring has not been great for getting produce out early, there will be greens, lettuces, green onions, and herbs on hand. Check out the booths of Pam Schmutzler and Ozark Yankee for some spring produce. Ozark Yankee also has some wonderful goats milk soap and goats milk fudge and caramels. Just don’t mistake those soap samples for candy!
Plants – Want to grow some of your own local food? Several people will have plants available, look for them at the Rothove’s booth and Longfellow Garden Center’s spot. There will be tomato, basil, and a selection of other vegetables and herbs on hand. Just want some pretty annuals or perennials to brighten up the yard? We have those too. Go native with some plants for LU’s Native Plants program. The bees and butterflies will love you for it!
Meats & Eggs – Look for pasture-raised, grass-fed beef from both Ozark Yankee and Invermos Valley Farms. Invermos Valley has turkey sausage and smoked turkey drumsticks as well. Pam Schmutzler and Ozark Yankee will have eggs.
Jams & Jellies – The Gillilands will have an assortment of jams and jellies, hand-made soaps, and tie-dye t-shirts.
Baked Goods – These bakers do it right! Mae Benson will have Ezekiel Fasting Bread and cinnamon rolls along with her other freshly-milled grain goodies. Check out Hugh Flower’s pies, cakes and cookies. He’s got awesome tamales too. Pam Schmutzler will have her oatmeal and dill breads as well as cookies.
You know what goes good with baked goods? Coffee. Coffee goes good with baked goods. Try a cup of Bare Knuckle Roasting Company’s coffee while you shop. Jordon brews it up right in front of you.
There will also be the normal array of local honey, pottery and various culinary odds and ends.
See you Saturday – 9:00 am to Noon!