WINTER MARKET (DELIVERY DAY: SATURDAY, March 19th)

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Spring is around the corner and our outdoor market is coming up! Save the date for May 7th for the first day of the LU Farmers’ Market in Downtown Jefferson City. New Location: East High Street (in front of the Cole County Court House) .

Don’t miss the opportunity to have some local goodness for our last two winter market vendor drop off dates. Get some pecans for a pecan pie or delicious chicken, pork, beef tamales and much more!

We are accepting vendor applications for the 2016-2017 season. Available here

Do you want to order? Choose from the shopping list and send your order to:  jacomealvarezm@lincolnu.edu. Orders must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16th.

Pick up your items on Saturday, March 19th, from 9:00 to 10:00 am in Suite B, Room 120, Lorenzo Greene Hall, 900 Leslie Boulevard (Indoor Market).

 When ordering, please include the item, quantity, and the vendor’s name plus your telephone number in case that we need to reach you for last-minute changes.

Don’t forget to stop by our tasting table at the entrance of the room 120. There is coffee, tea and something to taste from the market! Walk-in customers are welcome from 9:00 to 10:00 am.

 Click here for the Market Shopping List for delivery on March 19th 2016 

Winter Market (Delivery Day: Saturday, February 20th)

IMG_2264Our outdoors market is coming up! Save the date for May 7th. The LU Farmers market, sponsored by Cooperative Extension, has been promoting and supporting sustainable practices. Know your food and your farmers!

Now accepting vendor applications for 2016-2017

If you want to order, choose from the shopping list and send an e-mail with your order to:  jacomealvarezm@lincolnu.edu. Orders must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 17th

Pick up your items on Saturday, February 20th, from 9:00 to 10:00 am in Suite B, Room 120, Lorenzo Greene Hall, 900 Leslie Boulevard (Indoors Market).

Below is our UPDATED shopping list for delivery on February 20th. When ordering, please include the item, quantity, and the vendor’s name plus your telephone number in case that we need to reach you for last-minute changes.

Don’t forget to stop by our tasting table at the entrance of the room 120. There is coffee and tea every market! Walk-in customers are welcome from 9:00 to 10:00 am.

 Market Shopping List for delivery on February 20th 2016

Invermos Valley Farms

100% natural beef, USDA inspected and pasture raised!

  • Tootie’s Trail Dust meat rub $5.99 for 7 oz. bottle
  • Ribeye steak -$15.99/lb.
  • T-bone steak – $15.99/lb.
  • Sirloin steak – $10.99/lb.
  • Ground round – $6.99/lb.
  • Ground chuck – $6.75/lb.
  • Ground beef $5.75/lb.
  • Beef and bacon brats – $7.99/lb.
  • Fajita strips – $8.50/lb.
  • Beef bacon – $10.99/lb.
  • Brisket – $7.50/lb.
  • All roasts – $6.99/lb.
  • Osso bucco $5.99/lb.
  • Stew meat – $4.99/lb.
  • Liver – $4.99/lb.
  • Soup bones – $3/lb.

Fully Cooked Products!!!

  • All-beef hotdogs – $8.99/lb.
  • Summer Sausage 8 oz. pkg.- $7.00
  • Smoked brisket – 12 oz. – pkg. $9.99
  • BBQ beef 1 lb. pkg. – $9.99/lb.
  • Pepperoni slices – $9.50/lb.

Poultry Corner

  • Ground turkey $6.99/lb.
  • Chicken bacon ranch Brat $6.99
  • Pasture raised turkey $4.50/lb.
  • Pasture raised chicken $4.50/lb.

Premium Burger Blends

Made from grinding whole muscle cuts to create a flavor profile we thought you would enjoy! We have several blends available.

  • INVO1 chuck, brisket, sirloin, ribeye, short rib
  • INVO3 chuck, brisket, short rib
  • INVO4 chuck, bacon
  • INVO5 chuck, sirloin

Available in the meat case in 1 pound packages $8.00 each

Our steaks are one inch thick. The roasts are typically 2-2.5 pounds each. Ground beef is one pound per pack and is typically 85% lean. Visit our website at www.missourinaturalbeef.com for beef bundles, bulk orders.

Mrs. Pam Schmutzler

Oatmeal Bread = $4.00

1 lb. Native Pecans halves = $10.00

Eggs $3.00

Kale $2.50 for 1/2 lb.

 Mrs. Mae Benson

Baked goods

  • Multi-Grain Bread (freshly milled hard red and white wheat berries and organic Kamut)

Extra large 2 lb. loaf  $8.50            Medium Loaf     $ 4.25

Extra large Cranberry 2 lb. loaf   $ 9.00

  • Ezekiel Fasting Bread (freshly milled spelt, red wheat berries, beans, barley, millet and lentils)

Large Loaf $ 5.00        Small Loaf $ 2.25

  • Conejoe’s Cookies (Freshly milled whole grain and crispy oat) 1 Dozen large    $ 6.00
  • Banana Nut Bread (Freshly milled whole grain) large $ 5.00
  • Pasta (freshly milled organic Kamut)  $ 2.50/bag
  • Kale Krisps 5 oz. bag  $ 3.50

Ed Rakow – Rakow Family Farm

Baked goods and vegetables

 

  • Eggs $2.50 med $3.00 lg. or $3.50 xlg.
  • Breads: banana, zucchini or pumpkin  $2.50/loaf
  • Swiss chard or kale $3/pkg.
  • Herbs $1.00 / bag, parsley, sage, rosemary.
  • Stewing old chickens  $7.50 each

Hugh’s Kitchen

  • Tamales, pork, chicken, beans w/cheese & tomato sauce ($2.50 each)
  • Sweet potato pies ($2.50 each)
  • Apple pies ($4.50 each)
  • Pineapple upside-down cake muffins ($2.50 each large, $1.50 small)
  • Blueberry swirls ($1.00 each)
  • Coffee cake muffins ($1.50 each)
  • Carrot cake large muffins ($2.50)

Native Plants Program (Cooperative Extension)

Lincoln University

  • Persimmon cookies 1 dozen large $6.00
  • 7 Persimmon cookies $ 2.50

Steve & Colleen Meredith- Ozark Yankee 

Grass fed and finished beef

No antibiotics or hormones

www.ozarkyankee.wordpress.com

  • T-bone Steaks @ $15.99/lb., packages average ¾ pound
  • Porterhouse Steaks @ $15.99/lb. , packages average 1 pound

Goat Milk Candy

  • Goat Milk Caramels, 50 cents each. Minimum $5.00 order (10 caramels – individually wrapped)
  • Goat Milk Fudge – Minimum 1/2 lb. order (can be a mix of flavors)
  • Chocolate $12.00 per lb.
  • Chocolate with Walnuts $15.00 per lb.
  • Peanut Butter $12.00 per lb.

Duncan Family Farm

“Taste the Excellence”

www.duncanfamilyfarm.com

  • 6 dozen eggs **limited supply due to winter season
  • Pork Loin Roasts 3-4 lbs. $5 per pound
  • Pork Shoulder Roasts 3-4 lbs. $5 per pound
  • Bone In Pork Chops $5 per pound (2 chops per package)
  • Pork Shoulder Steaks $5 per pound (2 steaks per package)
  • Pork Sausage 1 lb. packages $5 each
  • Bacon 1 lb. packages $7 each
  • Original Bratwurst 1 lb. packages $5 each
  • Andouille Rope Sausage 1 lb. packages $6 each
  • Italian Rope Sausage 1 lb. packages $6 each
  • 1/3 lb. Pork Burger Patties (4 patties per package) $5 each
  • Whole Chickens 3.5 – 4.5 lbs. average $12 each

Small Farm Systems LLC

Vegetables

  • Sweet potatoes – $1.50/pound (minimum quantity 25 pounds)

Sherry Stratman

Healthy dog treats

Small bags will be $2.50 each

Large bags will be $7.00 each

Anna’s Cashew Brittle

Cashew Brittle as:

1 oz. — $ 1.50

4 oz. — $ 4.50

8 oz. — $ 7.50

16 oz. -$14.50

The Homemade Cottage Product List

Baked Apple Roses: per rose, $2.00 (made upon request)

Breads: Gluten-Free Loaf or Rolls, $7.00; Plain or Sweet Loaf or Rolls, $5.00 (made upon request)

  • Gluten-Free
  • Plain Bread
  • Sweet bread
  • Rolls, plain or sweet
  • Bread Sticks
  • Sourdough

Brownies: (regular and Gluten-Free) each 3×3 Square, $2.00 (made upon request)

  • Plain Chocolate
  • Chocolate chips
  • Chocolate, nuts

Candied nuts:  ¼ lb bags $3.00; ½ lb bags $5.00; 1 lb bags $8.00 (made upon request)

  • Maple glazed walnuts
  • Candied Pecans
  • Glazed Pecans
  • Spiced Walnuts
  • Holiday Glazed Nuts

Cheesecakes:  Whole cake $12.00; medium cake $5.00; jar $3.00; mini $1.00 (any kind made upon request)

  • Strawberry
  • Triple berry
  • Blueberry
  • Banana
  • Coconut
  • Pear
  • Peach
  • Apple
  • Chocolate

Chocolate Bark:  1 lb $3.00 (price will depend on the amount you want – made upon request)

Chutney: 8 oz jars, $5.00 (made upon request)

Cookies:  $3.00 dozen

Dried fruit: per snack bag, $2.00 (made upon request)

Apples, pears, strawberries, bananas

Gumdrops/Jellied candies: $2.00, 10 pieces per bag

Cherry, lemon, grape, cranberry, orange, raspberry, Available in sugar-free

Jams, Jellies and Relishes: 8oz jars, $6.00 (made upon request) (S = Signature)

 All can be made sugar-free

  • Alarmingly Hot Jelly
  • Apple Butter
  • Apple Jelly
  • Apple Sage Jelly
  • Apple Sauce
  • Apricot, Dried, Jam
  • Banana Jam
  • Blackberry Jam
  • Blueberry Jam
  • Champaign Jelly
  • Cherry Jam
  • Cherry Jelly
  • Cherry Relish, Sweet
  • Cranberry Jam
  • Cranberry Walnut Jam/Splenda (S)
  • Garlic Jelly
  • Granny Smiths Preserves
  • Jelly from red and black grapes
  • Lemon & Agave Nectar Jelly (S)
  • Lemon & Honey Jelly
  • Merlot Jelly
  • Orange Marmalade
  • Pear and Peach Jam
  • Pear Butter
  • Pear Honey
  • Pear Jam
  • Pear Sauce
  • Pear Sauce with Peppercorns (S)
  • Pecan Pie Jam
  • Pepper Jelly
  • Pineapple Jam
  • Pineapple Jelly
  • Plum Ginger Jam (S)
  • Plum Jam
  • Pomegranate Jelly
  • Raspberry, Ginger, Cinnamon
  • Raspberry Jam
  • Red Bell Pepper Jam
  • Spiced Apple Jam (S)
  • Strawberry Jam
  • Tomato-Ginger Jam
  • Wine Jelly

Mustards:  4oz jars $3.00 (made upon request)

Spreads: 8oz or bigger jars, $6.00 (made upon request)

  • Garlic Spread
  • Pumpkin Spice Spread/Filling

Syrups: 10oz jars, $6.00 (made upon request)

  • Basil Lemon
  • Vanilla-Honey
  • Honey
  • Lemon
  • Crepe
  • Buttermilk
  • Pancake
  • Coconut
  • Habanero
  • Cinnamon Dolce Latte
  • Gingerbread Spiced Coffee

Tootsie Rolls: 10 cents each (made upon request)

 

Winter Market (Delivery Day: Saturday, February 6th)

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Lincoln University is proud to be part of the amazing year-round markets! Make sure to check out our shopping list and support your local farmers. Meeting and talking to farmers and food artisans is a great opportunity to learn more about where and how your food is produced.

If you want to order, choose from the shopping list and send an e-mail with your order to:  jacomealvarezm@lincolnu.edu. Orders must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 3rd

Pick up your items on Saturday, February 6th, from 9:00 to 10:00 am in Suite B, Room 120, Lorenzo Greene Hall, 900 Leslie Boulevard (Indoors Market).

 Below is our UPDATED shopping list for delivery on February 6th. When ordering, please include the item, quantity, and the vendor’s name plus your telephone number in case that we need to reach you for last-minute changes.

Don’t forget to stop by our tasting table at the entrance of the room 120. There is coffee and tea every market! Walk-in customers are welcome from 9:00 to 10:00 am.

Market Shopping List for delivery on February 6th 2016

Mrs. Pam Schmutzler

Oatmeal Bread = $4.00

1 lb. Native Pecans halves = $10.00

Eggs $3.00

Michihili Cabbage (a broad leafy Cabbage good for stir fry) $2.00

 Mrs. Mae Benson

Baked goods

  • Multi-Grain Bread (freshly milled hard red and white wheat berries and organic Kamut)

Extra large 2 lb. loaf  $8.50            Medium Loaf     $ 4.25

Extra large Cranberry 2 lb. loaf   $ 9.00

  • Ezekiel Fasting Bread (freshly milled spelt, red wheat berries, beans, barley, millet and lentils)

Large Loaf $ 5.00        Small Loaf $ 2.25

  • Conejoe’s Cookies (Freshly milled whole grain and crispy oat) 1 Dozen large    $ 6.00
  • Banana Nut Bread (Freshly milled whole grain) large $ 5.00
  • Pasta (freshly milled organic Kamut) $ 2.50/bag
  • Kale Krisps 5 oz. bag  $ 3.50

Ed Rakow – Rakow Family Farm

Baked goods and vegetables

  • Eggs $2.50 med $3.00 lg. or $3.50 xlg. 
  • Breads: banana, zucchini or pumpkin  $2.50/loaf
  • Swiss chard or kale $3/pkg.
  • Herbs $1.00 / bag, parsley, sage, rosemary.
  • Stewing old chickens  $7.50 each

Hugh’s Kitchen

  • Tamales, pork, chicken, beans w/cheese & tomato sauce ($2.50 each)
  • Sweet potato pies ($2.50 each)
  • Apple pies ($4.50 each)
  • Pineapple upside-down cake muffins ($2.50 each large, $1.50 small)
  • Blueberry swirls ($1.00 each)
  • Coffee cake muffins ($1.50 each)
  • Carrot cake large muffins ($2.50)

Native Plants Program (Cooperative Extension)

Lincoln University

  • Persimmon cookies 1 dozen large $6.00
  • 7 Persimmon cookies $ 2.50

Steve & Colleen Meredith- Ozark Yankee 

Grass fed and finished beef

No antibiotics or hormones

www.ozarkyankee.wordpress.com

  • T-bone Steaks @ $15.99/lb., packages average ¾ pound
  • Porterhouse Steaks @ $15.99/lb. , packages average 1 pound

Goat Milk Candy

  • Goat Milk Caramels, 50 cents each. Minimum $5.00 order (10 caramels – individually wrapped)
  • Goat Milk Fudge – Minimum 1/2 lb. order (can be a mix of flavors)
  • Chocolate $12.00 per lb.
  • Chocolate with Walnuts $15.00 per lb.
  • Peanut Butter $12.00 per lb.

Duncan Family Farm

“Taste the Excellence”

www.duncanfamilyfarm.com

  • 6 dozen eggs **limited supply due to winter season
  • Pork Loin Roasts 3-4 lbs. $5 per pound
  • Pork Shoulder Roasts 3-4 lbs. $5 per pound
  • Bone In Pork Chops $5 per pound (2 chops per package)
  • Pork Shoulder Steaks $5 per pound (2 steaks per package)
  • Pork Sausage 1 lb. packages $5 each
  • Bacon 1 lb. packages $7 each
  • Original Bratwurst 1 lb. packages $5 each
  • Andouille Rope Sausage 1 lb. packages $6 each
  • Italian Rope Sausage 1 lb. packages $6 each
  • 1/3 lb. Pork Burger Patties (4 patties per package) $5 each
  • Whole Chickens 3.5 – 4.5 lbs. average $12 each

Invermos Valley Farms

100% natural beef, USDA inspected and pasture raised!

  • Tootie’s Trail Dust meat rub $5.99 for 7 oz. bottle
  • Ribeye steak -$15.99/lb.
  • T-bone steak – $15.99/lb.
  • Sirloin steak – $10.99/lb.
  • Ground round – $6.99/lb.
  • Ground chuck – $6.75/lb.
  • Ground beef $5.75/lb.
  • Beef and bacon brats – $7.99/lb.
  • Fajita strips – $8.50/lb.
  • Beef bacon – $10.99/lb.
  • Brisket – $7.50/lb.
  • All roasts – $6.99/lb.
  • Stew meat – $4.99/lb.
  • Liver – $4.99/lb.
  • Soup bones – $3/lb.

Fully Cooked Products!!!

  • All-beef hotdogs – $8.99/lb.
  • Summer Sausage 12 oz. pkg.- $9.99
  • Smoked brisket – 12 oz. – pkg. $9.99
  • BBQ beef 1 lb. pkg. – $9.99/lb.
  • Pepperoni slices – $9.50/lb.

Poultry Corner

  • Ground turkey $6.99/lb.
  • Chicken bacon ranch Brat $6.99
  • Pasture raised turkey $4.50/lb.
  • Pasture raised chicken $4.50/lb.

Premium Burger Blends

Made from grinding whole muscle cuts to create a flavor profile we thought you would enjoy! We have several blends available.

  • INVO1 chuck, brisket, sirloin, ribeye, short rib
  • INVO3 chuck, brisket, short rib
  • INVO4 chuck, bacon
  • INVO5 chuck, sirloin

Available in the meat case in 1 pound packages $8.00 each

Our steaks are one inch thick. The roasts are typically 2-2.5 pounds each. Ground beef is one pound per pack and is typically 85% lean. Visit our website at www.missourinaturalbeef.com for beef bundles, bulk orders.

Small Farm Systems LLC

Vegetables

  • Sweet potatoes – $1.50/pound (minimum quantity 25 pounds)

Sherry Stratman

Healthy dog treats

Small bags will be $2.50 each

Large bags will be $7.00 each 

Anna’s Cashew Brittle

Cashew Brittle as:

1 oz. — $ 1.50

4 oz. — $ 4.50

8 oz. — $ 7.50

16 oz. -$14.50

The Homemade Cottage Product List

Baked Apple Roses: per rose, $2.00 (made upon request)

Breads: Gluten-Free Loaf or Rolls, $7.00; Plain or Sweet Loaf or Rolls, $5.00 (made upon request)

  • Gluten-Free
  • Plain Bread
  • Sweet bread
  • Rolls, plain or sweet
  • Bread Sticks
  • Sourdough

Brownies: (regular and Gluten-Free) each 3×3 Square, $2.00 (made upon request)

  • Plain Chocolate
  • Chocolate chips
  • Chocolate, nuts

Candied nuts ¼ lb bags $3.00; ½ lb bags $5.00; 1 lb bags $8.00 (made upon request)

  • Maple glazed walnuts
  • Candied Pecans
  • Glazed Pecans
  • Spiced Walnuts
  • Holiday Glazed Nuts

Cheesecakes:  Whole cake $12.00; medium cake $5.00; jar $3.00; mini $1.00 (any kind made upon request)

  • Strawberry
  • Triple berry
  • Blueberry
  • Banana
  • Coconut
  • Pear
  • Peach
  • Apple
  • Chocolate

Chocolate Bark:  1 lb $3.00 (price will depend on the amount you want – made upon request)

Chutney: 8 oz jars, $5.00 (made upon request)

Cookies:  $3.00 dozen

Dried fruit: per snack bag, $2.00 (made upon request)

Apples, pears, strawberries, bananas

Gumdrops/Jellied candies: $2.00, 10 pieces per bag

Cherry, lemon, grape, cranberry, orange, raspberry, Available in sugar-free

Jams, Jellies and Relishes: 8oz jars, $6.00 (made upon request) (S = Signature) 

 All can be made sugar-free

  • Alarmingly Hot Jelly
  • Apple Butter
  • Apple Jelly
  • Apple Sage Jelly
  • Apple Sauce
  • Apricot, Dried, Jam
  • Banana Jam
  • Blackberry Jam
  • Blueberry Jam
  • Champaign Jelly
  • Cherry Jam
  • Cherry Jelly
  • Cherry Relish, Sweet
  • Cranberry Jam
  • Cranberry Walnut Jam/Splenda (S)
  • Garlic Jelly
  • Granny Smiths Preserves
  • Jelly from red and black grapes
  • Lemon & Agave Nectar Jelly (S)
  • Lemon & Honey Jelly
  • Merlot Jelly
  • Orange Marmalade
  • Pear and Peach Jam
  • Pear Butter
  • Pear Honey
  • Pear Jam
  • Pear Sauce
  • Pear Sauce with Peppercorns (S)
  • Pecan Pie Jam
  • Pepper Jelly
  • Pineapple Jam
  • Pineapple Jelly
  • Plum Ginger Jam (S)
  • Plum Jam
  • Pomegranate Jelly
  • Raspberry, Ginger, Cinnamon
  • Raspberry Jam
  • Red Bell Pepper Jam
  • Spiced Apple Jam (S)
  • Strawberry Jam
  • Tomato-Ginger Jam
  • Wine Jelly

Mustards:  4oz jars $3.00 (made upon request)

Spreads: 8oz or bigger jars, $6.00 (made upon request)

  • Garlic Spread
  • Pumpkin Spice Spread/Filling

Syrups: 10oz jars, $6.00 (made upon request)

  • Basil Lemon
  • Vanilla-Honey
  • Honey
  • Lemon
  • Crepe
  • Buttermilk
  • Pancake
  • Coconut
  • Habanero
  • Cinnamon Dolce Latte
  • Gingerbread Spiced Coffee

Tootsie Rolls: 10 cents each (made upon request)

 

 

 

LU Winter Farmers’ Market Shopping List (Delivery: February 21st)

Don’t miss to order! This is our last delivery day for February. Then two more delivery dates in March and we are looking forward to opening our regular market on April 18th. The list has been updated to include some Winter Specials and new arrivals.

Below is the shopping list for delivery on February 21st. Orders must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 18th. Send orders to Maria Isabel (jacomealvarezM@lincolnu.edu)
Pick up date: Saturday February 21st , 2015
Time: From 9:00 to 10:00 am
Address: Suite B of Lorenzo Greene Hall, 900 Leslie Boulevard (Lincoln University, South Campus).

Please note, this is not our normal market season location. When ordering, please include the item, quantity, and the vendor’s name. Also, it is important to include a PHONE NUMBER where you can be reached on Saturday morning. Thank you and have a nice day.

MICHAEL BAEPLER

Plows to Shares is still selling whole wheat heirloom wheat berries and flour; $7.50 for 5lb of berries and $8 for 4lbs of flour.

INVERMOS VALLEY FARMS
Winter Specials and New Arrivals!
Ground turkey – $7/lb
Turkey wings and drumsticks – $4/lb
Flat iron steak – $9/lb
Flank steak – $8/lb
Skirt steak – $7/lb
Bone-in KC strip steak. $14/lb
Liver – $3/lb
Soup bones – Half price

Regular product list
T-bone steak – $15.99/lb
Rib-eye steak – $15.99/lb
Sirloin steak – $10.99/lb
Ground round – $6.99/lb
Ground chuck – $6.75/lb
Ground beef – $5.75/lb
Beef brats – $7.99/lb
Beef and bacon brats – $7.99/lb
Fajita strips – $8.50/lb
Beef bacon – $10.99/lb
Brisket – $7.50/lb
All roasts – $6.99/lb
Stew meat – $5.50/lb
Liver – $4.99/lb
Soup bones – $3/lb

Fully Cooked Products!!!
All-beef hotdogs – $8.99/lb
Smoked brisket – 12 oz – pkg $10 ea
Summer Sausage – $9 ea
Pepperoni slices – $9.99/lb
BBQ beef – $9.99/lb

Poultry Corner
Whole chicken – $4.50/lb
Whole turkey – $4.50/lb

Visit our website at http://www.missourinaturalbeef.com for beef bundles, bulk orders, and gift boxes

DUNCAN FAMILY FARM
Eggs $3/doz Limited Supply – order early Bacon $7/ lb
Brats – 4 flavors:
• Mushroom & Swiss $6
• Bacon-Cheddar-Potato $6
• Sweet Italian $5
• Original $5
Pork Burgers $5/pkg of 4
Shoulder Roasts (3-4 lb. each) $5/lb
Pork Steaks $5/lb
Pork chops $5/lb
Sausage $5/lb (1 lb pkg)
Pecans $9/ lb
Pork sticks $2/each

PAM SCHMUTZLER
Sweet & Spicy Pecans 1 lb. $12.00, 1/2 lb. $6.00 and 1/4 lb. $3.00
Pecans 1 lb. halves $10.00
Pecans 1 lb. pieces $10.00

OZARK YANKEE

Grass-fed Beef
Ground Beef $6.50/lb
Size of steaks and specialty meats vary, we will try to get as close to your request as possible
– Ribeye Steak (thick cut) $13.50/lb
– KC Steaks $13.50/lb

Beef Liver $4.50/lb
Beef Heart $4.50/lb
Beef Tongue $4.50/lb
Free Range Chicken Eggs $3.00/doz (supplies are limited)
Goat Milk Unscented Soap (Small Bars) $3.00/ bar or 2 for $5.00

Goatmilk Fudge $10/lb – (1/2 lb. minimum order – can mix flavors)
– Chocolate
– chocolate with walnuts
– vanilla
– vanilla with walnuts
– peanut butter

ERICA POTUCEK

Grain free sweet potato bread $4

Raw milk cheeses $6/block (approx. weight – 8 oz):
• Gouda
• Cheddar
• Habanero
• Italian herb
• Garlic and onion
• Farmers style

HUGH’S KITCHEN
Sweet Potato Pies, large (8″) – 10.00 ea.
Apple pies (small – 5″) – $3.50 Large (8″) – 12.00 ea.
Carrot Cake (2 layer cake) – $30.00 large cupcake (6 minimum) – $3.00 ea.
Tamales (Pork, Chicken, or Cheese) – $2.50 each (6 minimum) YUM!
Hugh would like a $10 minimum order to cover his gas costs in to town.
Call Hugh Flowers with any questions (573- 896-5174)

MAE BENSON
Freshly milled baked goods:
Multi-Grain Bread (freshly milled wheat and kamut) large 2 lb. $ 8.50 medium loaf $ 4.25
Cranberry Multi-Grain Bread large 2 lb $ 9.00
Ezekiel Fasting Bread (whole grains, beans, barley, millet & lentils) Large $ 5.00 Small $ 2.00
Conejoe’s Cookies (crispy oat and whole grain) 1 doz. large $ 5.50
Banana Nut Bread Large $ 5.00

EINSTEIN CANINES

Biscuits for the small and large dogs are $7.00 each per bag.
Small dog bags come in a 35 count bag
Large dog bags come in a 25 count bag

Flavor offerings are: bacon & eggs, grilled cheese, pumpkin drops, cheese burger, honey mutts and new this year carrot cake.

Einstein Canines is now offering advanced orders for birthday cakes for your pooch. Birthday cakes are $18.00 which includes home delivery inside the city limits.

When ordering, please specify size – small or large, flavor and it is for a large or small dog, one flavor per bag.

 

Winter Delivery Market – February 7th

Thank you for supporting our LU winter Farmers Market. The list has been updated to include some Valentine’s Day Specials.
To find out all the details on how this market works (you must pre-order) check out the Winter Market Page.
Below is the shopping list for delivery on February 7th. Orders must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 4th. Send orders to jacomealvarezM@lincolnu.edu
Pick up date: Saturday February 7th, 2015
Time: From 9:00 to 10:00 am
Address: Suite B of Lorenzo Greene Hall, 900 Leslie Boulevard (Lincoln University, South Campus).
Please note, this is not our normal market season location. When ordering, please include the item, quantity, and the vendor’s name. Also, it is important to include a phone number where you can be reached on Saturday morning. Thank you and have a nice day.

INVERMOS VALLEY FARMS

Valentine’s Day Specials…..give a manly meat bouquet!

Special No.1…….$55
*Cowboy rib-eye steak, aged 30 days, serves 2
*Beer and cheddar beef brats, fully cooked, 1 lb
*Summer Sausage, 8 oz

Special No. 2……$55
*Cowboy rib-eye steak
*beef filet, 2 inches thick

  • T-bone steak – $15.99/lb
  • Rib-eye steak – $15.99/lb
  • Sirloin steak – $10.99/lb
  • Ground round – $6.99/lb
  • Ground chuck – $6.75/lb
  • Ground beef – $5.75/lb
  • Ground turkey $7.00/lb
  • Beef brats – $7.99/lb
  • Beef and bacon brats – $7.99/lb
  • Fajita strips – $8.50/lb
  • Beef bacon – $10.99/lb
  • Brisket – $7.50/lb
  • All roasts – $6.99/lb
  • Stew meat – $5.50/lb
  • Liver – $4.99/lb
  • Soup bones – $3/lb

Fully Cooked Products!!!

  • All-beef hotdogs – $8.99/lb
  • Smoked brisket – 12 oz – pkg $10 ea
  • Summer Sausage – $9 ea
  • Pepperoni slices – $9.99/lb
  • BBQ beef – $9.99/lb
  • Poultry Corner
  • Whole chicken – $4.50/lb
  • Whole turkey – $4.50/lb

Visit our website at www.missourinaturalbeef.com for beef bundles, bulk orders, and gift boxes

DUNCAN FAMILY FARM

  • Eggs $3/doz Limited Supply – order early Bacon $7/ lb
  • Brats – 4 flavors
    • Mushroom & Swiss $6
    • Bacon-Cheddar-Potato $6
    • Sweet Italian $5
    • Original $5
  • Pork Burgers $5/pkg of 4
  • Shoulder Roasts (3-4 lb. each) $5/lb
  • Pork Steaks $5/lb
  • Pork chops $5/lb
  • Sausage $5/lb (1 lb pkg)
  • Pecans $9/ lb
  • Pork sticks $2/each

PAM SCHMUTZLER

  • Sweet & Spicy Pecans 1 lb. $12.00, 1/2 lb. $6.00 and 1/4 lb. $3.00 Pecans 1 lb. halves $10.00 Pecans 1 lb. pieces $10.00

OZARK YANKEE

Grass-fed Beef

  • Ground Beef $6.50/lb
  • Chuck Roast $6.50/lb
  • Sirloin Tip Roast $6.50/lb
  • Shoulder Roast $6.50/lb
  • Beef Liver $4.50/lb
  • Beef Heart $4.50/lb
  • Beef Tongue $4.50/lb
  • Soup Bones *Special Sale* $2.50/lb (packages are usually between 2 to 3.5 lb each but vary).
  • Free Range Chicken Eggs $3.00/doz (supplies are limited)
  • Goat Milk Soap (Small Bars) $3.00/ bar or 2 for $5.00
  • Goatmilk Fudge $10/lb – (1/2 lb. minimum order – can mix flavors)
    • chocolate
    • chocolate with walnuts
    • vanilla
    • vanilla with walnuts
    • peanut butter

ERICA POTUCEK

  • Raw milk cheeses $6/block (approx. weight – 8 oz.): habanero, garlic and onion, farmers style, Gouda, cheddar, and Italian herb.

HUGH’S KITCHEN

  • Sweet Potato Pies, large (8″) – 10.00 ea.
  • Apple pies (small – 5″) – $3.50  Large (8″) – 12.00 ea.
  • Carrot Cake (2 layer cake) – $30.00  large cupcake (6 minimum) – $2.75 ea.
  • Tamales (Pork, Chicken, or Cheese) – $2.50 each (6 minimum) YUM!

Hugh would like a $10 minimum order to cover his gas costs in to town.

Call Hugh Flowers with any questions (573- 896-5174)

MAE BENSON

Freshly milled baked goods:

  • Multi-Grain Bread (freshly milled wheat and kamut) large 2 lb.  $ 8.50      medium loaf $ 4.25
  • Cranberry Multi-Grain Bread      large 2 lb  $ 9.00
  • Ezekiel Fasting Bread  (whole grains, beans, barley, millet & lentils) Large  $ 5.00      Small $ 2.00
  • Conejoe’s Cookies (crispy oat and whole grain)    1 doz. large $ 5.50
  • Banana Nut Bread    Large $ 5.00
  • Pizza Crust $ 3.00 each
  • Pasta (kamut) $ 2.00 bag

GILLILAND FAMILY KITCHEN

  • Jams and Soaps are $4
  • Peach Jam
  • Wild Plum Jam
  • Carrot Cake Jam
  • Vanilla Cream Soap
  • Lemon Verbena Soap
  • Morning Coffee Soap
  • Bubble Gum Soap
  • Lavender Bath Bombs
  • Spring Water Bath Bombs
  • Two Bath Bombs per package for $4
  • Lavender Bath Salts
  • Spring Water Bath Salts
  • Bath salts are in 8oz jars for $4

EINSTEIN CANINES

  • Biscuits for the small and large dogs are $7.00 each per bag.
  • Small dog bags come in a 35 count bag
  • Large dog bags come in a 25 count bag
  • Flavor offerings are: bacon & eggs, grilled cheese, pumpkin drops, cheese burger

When ordering, please specify size – small or large, flavor and it is for a large or small dog, one flavor per bag.

 

What’s Fresh – Thursday, May 29 and Saturday, May 31

IMAG0296It’s time for our Thursday Market to start! Our Thursday Market is very similar to our Saturday Market. It tends to be a bit smaller, but all the local goodness is there! Thursday nights we will be downtown on Madison Street next to the Governor’s Mansion. Come see us after work and before Thursday Night Live – we are open 4:30 to 6:30, and pick up a few local goodies to take home.

Many of our regular vendors are planning on being there Thursday night – Invermos Valley Farms, Rothove Produce, Rakow Farm, Ozark Yankee, the Gillilands, Honeysuckle Acres, Mae Benson, and Three Story Coffee. Duncan Family Farms will be joining us in a few weeks after school ends (they are teachers AND farmers!).

beets

Spring produce is available – Lettuce is in full force, so pick some up! Look for green onions, leafy greens – Swiss chard and kale, cauliflower, herbs, radishes and beets.  The Rothoves will have tomatoes and cucumbers from their high tunnels (tomatoes this Saturday only). There are local pecans (better than anything you’ll find in a store!) from both Pam Schmutzler and the Rothoves.

You know we have the baked goods! There are cookies, pies, and freshly-milled grains turned into tasty breads. Mae Benson has some really tasty pre-baked pizza crusts. I’ve become somewhat addicted to the crusts and keep a couple in my freezer for quick meals. Hugh Flowers has tamales – pork, chicken, or cheese. Pick up a cup of coffee from Bare Knuckle Roasters or a bag of fair-trade coffee from Three Story Coffee to go with all that baked goodness.

And we’d like to shout out a big shout out to all of our customers who came to visit us last week in the rain. Some of you were lucky enough to visit us before the rain… You are the reason we are here each week. Thank you!

 

 

What’s Fresh Saturday, May 17

pam5.10We’re ready for our third week downtown and keeping our fingers crossed for a warmer weekend.

Expect to find pasture-raised beef, pork, and eggs. Grilling season is upon us and there’s everything from steaks to bratwurst.

Spring produce is available – green onions, lettuces, greens – Swiss chard and kale, herbs and more.  Try some garlic scapes (the unopened garlic flower)- they are great grilled or added to stir fry and other dishes for a mild garlic flavor. The Rothoves will have tomatoes and cucumbers from their greenhouses. If you were early last week, you may have had a chance to pick up the first few tomatoes of the season. They weren’t on the table long!

There will be the normal great selection of baked goods – sweet potato pies, apple pies, cookies, breads, and freshly-milled grains turned into tasty breads. Mae Benson has some really tasty pre-baked pizza crusts. Pick up a cup of coffee from Bare Knuckle Roasters or a bag of fair-trade coffee from Three Story Coffee to go with all that baked goodness.

There will be jams and jellies, handmade soaps and crafts. The Gillilands will have the blueberry jam and the ever popular carrot cake jam. Have a canine friend? We even have healthy dog treats!

There will still be a few plants for sale. The Lincoln University Native Plants Program will even have plants available to attract pollinators to your garden this season. Stop by and talk to the University’s Native Plant Specialist, Dr. Nadia Navarette-Tindall, to find out more about Missouri’s native bounty.

See you this Saturday and the rest of May downtown!

What’s fresh for May 3

downtown jc

 

This week the Market will be moving downtown to Madison Street between High Street and Capitol Avenue. As many of you know, Lincoln’s campus, especially our end, gets pretty busy this time of year. There will be track meets and graduation ceremonies happening every Saturday for almost the entire month. The wonderful folks from Downtown Jefferson City offered us a home during May. Thanks to Stephanie Bell and all the wonderful merchants who helped make this possible!

The Market will run for the normal time 9:00 am to Noon. And might I suggest visiting on of the fine local restaurants for breakfast or lunch when you make the trip downtown for Market? Mmmmm….

Our regular vendors will be in full force. Expect to find pasture-raised beef, pork, chicken and eggs. Spring produce is available – green onions, lettuces, greens – Swiss chard and kale, herbs and more. There will be the normal great selection of baked goods – sweet potato pies, apple pies, cookies, breads, and freshly-milled grains turned into tasty breads. We even have healthy dog treats!

If you are looking for plants, come buy from our farmers! There will be a selection of tomatoes – heirlooms and hybrids, vegetables, herbs, and ornamentals. The Lincoln University Native Plants Program will even have plants available to attract pollinators to your garden this season.

See you this Saturday and the rest of May downtown!

What’s Fresh for April 26

IMAG0140Vendors 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!