Lincoln University Farmers' Market

Winter Market (Delivery Day: Saturday, November 4th)

FlierwinterFarmersMarket2017-2018Welcome to Lincoln University Winter Farmers’ Market!

This is a pre-order, pick up a market. You can order from the shopping list below or by visiting the Winter Market Page at (http://lincolnufarmersmarket.com). The shopping list contains all the produce and items that our vendors will have available for you on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month. 

Along with the pre-orders, our vendors will bring extra items to the market days that are not listed on the shopping list so walk-ins are welcome. 

Please send your orders to Isabel Jacome (jacomealvarezM@lincolnu.edu) and indicate the vendor’s name, product and quantity. We hope you can join us to make the winter market a great success. By buying local food you are supporting our local producers and the local economy. 

Winter market days:  November 4th, 18th, December 2nd, 16th, January 6th, 20th, February 3rd, 17th, March 3rd, 17th,

Winter market picks up hours: 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.

Address: 900 Leslie Blvd. Jefferson, City. (Room 123, Suite B, Lorenzo J. Greene Hall, Lincoln University)

Below is our shopping list for delivery on November 4th. Orders must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 1st. Send orders to jacomealvarezm@lincolnu.edu

Pick up your items on November 4th, from 9:00 to 10:00 am in Suite B, Room 123 of Lorenzo Greene Hall, 900 Leslie Boulevard (Indoors Market). Please, remember when ordering; please include the item, quantity, and the vendor’s name plus your telephone in case that we need to reach you for last-minute changes. 

We will have a tasting table at the entrance of the room 123, plus coffee and tea. Every market! Walk-in customers are welcome

 Market Shopping List for delivery on November 4th, 2017

Ozark-Yankee Steve & Colleen Meredith 

https://ozarkyankee.wordpress.com

Grass fed and finished beef 

  • Ground Beef Extra Lean  $5.00/lb. (Pound packages)
  • Ground Beef Lean  $5.00/lb. (Pound packages)
  • Whole Chicken  $4.25/lb. ~ 3-5 lb.
  • Filet Mignon  $18.99/lb. ~ 0.4 lb.
  • Ribeye Steak  $14.99/lb. ~ 1 lb.
  • Sirloin Steak  $10.99/lb. ~ 1-1.5lb.
  • Strip Steak   $10.99/lb. ~ 0.5-1 lb.
  • Flat Iron Steak  $10.99/lb. ~ 1 lb.
  • Flank Steak   $10.00/lb. ~ 2 lb.
  • Chuck Roast  $6.50/lb. ~ 2-3lb.
  • Rump Roast  $6.50/lb. ~ 2-3 lb.
  • Short Ribs $8.00/lb. ~ 1-3 lb.
  • Liver  $4.50/lb. ~ 1 lb.
  • Stew Meat  $4.50/lb. ~ 1 lb.
  • Soup Bones $3.00/lb. ~ 2-3 lb.

Beef Sticks and Beef Jerky have no MSG, nitrates or nitrites

  • Beef Sticks (2 oz.)                   $3.50/pkg. (two sticks per pkg.)
  • Beef Jerky (2.5 oz.)                 $4.75/pkg. or two pkg. for $9.00

Goat Milk Fudge (Chocolate, peanut butter, coconut)

  • $12.00/lb.
  • $2.00 bags for walk-in customers or half pound minimum order

*may not have all kinds available for walk-in customers, guaranteed for orders

Goat Milk Soap     

$3.00 – $5.00/bar

  • French Green Clay, Lavender, Coffee & Caramelized Sugar, Turmeric
  • Gentle soap with essential oils and no artificial ingredients
  • Each bar comes with an organza bag

 Organic Vegetables

  • Tomatoes, eggplant, squash, pumpkins, kale and sweet potatoes
  • may be available for walk-in customers

Free Range Eggs (Limited – $3.00/doz.)

Mrs. Mae Benson

Baked goods 

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

Medium Loaf   $ 4.50

Extra-large 2 lb. loaf $9.00

Extra-large Cranberry Multigrain 2 lb. loaf   $ 9.00

  • Cinnamon rolls $5.00
  • Ezekiel Fasting Bread (freshly milled spelled, red wheat berries, beans, barley, millet, and lentils)

Large Loaf $ 5.00

  • Conejoe’s Cookies (Freshly milled whole grain and crispy oat): 1 Dozen large    $ 6.00
  • Banana Nut Bread (Freshly milled pastry wheat berries) large $ 6.00

 Hugh’s Kitchen

Hugh’s Kitchen will only have 9” full pies for sale during the Winter Market. Minimum order amount:  $12.00.

  • 9 “(full size) Apple Pies  $15.00 ea.
  • 9” (full size) Sweet Potato Pie $12.00 ea.
  • 9” (full size) Pecan Pie  $12.00 ea.
  • Carrot Cake (three tier, cream cheese icing) $25.00 ea.
  • Tamales (Chicken & Pork) $2.50 ea.
  • Bulk orders of Tamales are available, bags of 12,  $30.00 ea.

Mrs. Pam Schmutzler

  • Oatmeal Bread  $4.00
  • Dill Bread  $4.00
  • Pecans $10.00 for 1lb., 5.00 for 1/2 lb.
  • Kale  $2.00 for 1/2 lb.
  • Beets $2.50 per bunch
  • Eggs  $3.00 per doz.

 Whippoorwill Naturals Soap

For soaps you can click below: https://www.facebook.com/groups/944178672390304/forsaleposts/?referral_surface=group_mall_header_nav&availability=available.

It is Whippoorwill Naturals Soap Studio Online on Facebook and it shows what is available once you ask to join the group.

 

The last outdoor market will on October 7th.

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THANK YOU TO ALL CUSTOMERS FOR SUPPORTING OUR LOCAL FARMERS AND VENDORS. 
WHAT A GREAT SEASON 2017!

 Our summer market season is coming to an end! The last outdoor market will on October 7th

We will take a break and then we will be back on November 4th for our indoor Winter market. Stay tuned! Don’t miss the opportunity to come to the last two markets and have access to fresh and locally-grown produce that our vendors are bringing for you. Also, tomorrow (September 30th)we will be having our first Children’s Market featuring, food and products from youth 7-15 years old Come and enjoy music, good food, and meet friends at the market. 
 
Don’t forget to sign up to participate in our monthly raffle for a chance to win a basket with fresh locally grown produce. The last drawing is on October 7th.   
 
As a friendly reminder, our Winter market is a pre-order and pickup market. Adding your name to the winter email list is how you can get started. In order to receive by e-mail the list of the items that you can buy from our local vendors, send an email to Isabel at jacomealvarezM@lincolnu.edu and you are in! Pickup days are the 1st  and 3rd  Saturday of each month. For more information visit our web page at https://lincolnufarmersmarket.com/
 
Below is a rundown of  what you will find this weekend at the market:
 
In season: honey, organic pumpkins, organically grown watermelons (seedless), cantaloupe, eggplant (variety Black Beauty), yellow squash, heirloom and hybrid tomatoes, green beans, kale, tatume (Mexican zucchini), grass-fed beef, free-range eggs, goat milk fudge and caramels, whole chicken, goat milk soap, cucumbers (burpless), zinnias, cherry tomatoes.
 
Also, baking potatoes, sweet potatoes, baby potatoes, eggplants (long Chinese, round grilling, white, and pink varieties), acorn squash, butternut squash, cucumbers, yellow squash,  green beans, some Indian vegetables like bitter gourd or karela, bottle gourd or kaddu, Malabar spinach or poi saag, Indian pumpkin, long bean purple Sem, Jhinga or Ridge gourd.
 
The market will continue to have bell peppers (green and colored), sweet mini peppers, heirloom tomatoes, Jalapeno peppers, beet greens, flowers, zucchini, red onion, Roma tomato, native pecans, as well as baked goods (cookies, Ezekiel fasting, focaccia bread, banana nut bread, fresh apple or pecan cobbler pies, tamales (different flavors), pumpkin muffins and native edible plants (purslane, nettle, poke salad, lambs quarters). Homemade jewelry.
 
 
Thank you to everyone who has visited and for your continued support for our
Lincoln University Farmers’ Market! 
 
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Welcome back Lincolnites! 
“There is No Place Like Homecoming”. 
 
Homecoming at Lincoln University is a week-long celebration featuring great events for everyone.
Lincoln University Farmers’ Market will be open from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Saturday, September 23rd  
 
It is the Fall season! That means we will have 3 more markets and then we will take a break and will be back on November 4th for our indoor Winter market. Stay tuned! Don’t miss the opportunity to come to the market and have access to fresh and locally-grown produce that our vendors are bringing for you. Enjoy music, good food, and meet friends at the market. Hope to see you there.  
 
As a friendly reminder, our Winter market is a pre-order and pickup market, and adding your name to the winter email list is when you can get started. In order to receive in your inbox the list of the items that you can buy from our local vendors, send an email to Isabel at jacomealvarezM@lincolnu.edu and you are in. Pick up days are the 1st  and 3rd  Saturday of each month. For more information visit our web page at https://lincolnufarmersmarket.com/
 
Below is the rundown of  what you will find this weekend at the market:
In season: honey, organic pumpkins, organically grown watermelons (seedless), cantaloupe, eggplant (variety Black Beauty), yellow squash, heirloom and hybrid tomatoes, green beans, kale, tatume (Mexican zucchini), grass-fed beef, free-range eggs, goat milk fudge and caramels, whole chicken, goat milk soap, cucumbers (burpless), zinnias, cherry tomatoes.
 
Also, baking potatoes, sweet potatoes, baby potatoes, eggplants (long Chinese, round grilling, white, and pink varieties), acorn squash, butternut squash, cucumbers, yellow squash,  green beans, some Indian vegetables like bitter gourd or karela, bottle gourd or kaddu, Malabar spinach or poi saag, Indian pumpkin, long bean purple Sem, Jhinga or Ridge gourd.
 
The market will continue to have bell peppers (green and colored), sweet mini peppers, heirloom tomatoes, Jalapeno peppers, beet greens, flowers, zucchini, red onion, Roma tomato, native pecans, as well as baked goods (cookies, Ezekiel fasting, focaccia bread, banana nut bread, fresh apple or pecan cobbler pies, tamales (different flavors), pumpkin muffins and native edible plants (purslane, nettle, poke salad, lambs quarters). Homemade jewelry.
 
Thank you to everyone who has visited and for your continued support for our
Lincoln University Farmers’ Market! 

August 6-13: National Farmers’ Market week

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August 6-13: National Farmers’ Market week

“U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue has proclaimed Aug. 6-13 to be National Farmers Market Week. This is the eighteenth year USDA has supported local producers by encouraging families to meet, and buy from, the farmers and other vendors at their local farmers’ markets”

 Come to the LU Farmers’ Market to celebrate with us on August 12th

There will be cooking demo, kids activities and, as always, delicious local produce and food. 

Don’t forget to stop by at the welcome table to sign up for a chance to win a basket with goodies from the market (participation is at no cost). Our next drawing will be on September 2nd

Here are some of the market goods you can find this coming Saturday, August 5th, 2017, and more!

  • Seeded watermelon, cantaloupe
  • Vegetables: Organic yellow squash, Sweet corn, tomatoes, organic heirloom tomatoes, organic cucumbers, spaghetti squash, black beauty eggplant, peppers (bell, key largo sweet, banana, jalapeno, serrano), cherry tomatoes, beans, kale, onions, tatume (Mexican zucchini).
  • Sun flowers, micro greens
  • Native pecans
  • Native pecans sweet and spicy
  • Frozen tamales (chicken or pork)
  • Goat milk fudge and caramels
  •  A great selection of baked goods, ice box and cone-joes cookies, bread (focaccia, dill, oatmeal, dill, banana nut, cinnamon multigrain, and Ezekiel fasting), fresh pies (apple, pecan, peach cobbler) and granola.
  • Gluten-free muffins
  • Free-range eggs
  • Grass-finished beef, beef sticks, beef jerky, grass-fed beef snack
  • Whole chickens
  • Goat milk soap
  • Hand-made soaps, and body care
  • Hand-made jewelry  and crafts
  •  Hand-crafted items (especially knitted and crocheted)

Please share this message with a friend. We appreciate your support!

Hope to see you at the market!

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 Lincoln University Farmers’ Market opens every Saturday until October 7th

Our address:  Parking lot of Dickinson Research Facility (1219 Chestnut St.) 

Time: 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. 

The Lincoln University Farmers’ Market is a year-round, producer-only market. That means vendors must grow the produce, herbs, or plants, and make, bake, prepare, or handcraft the items they sell. They work hard to bring fresh, locally-grown produce directly from their farms to your table. By buying at the market you are also boosting the local economy!

Don’t forget to stop by at the welcome table to sign up for a chance to win a basket with goodies from the market (participation is at no cost).

Our next drawing will be on July 22nd

Here are some of the market goods you can find this coming Saturday, and more!

  • ​ ​​​Vegetables: Sweet corn, tomatoes, lettuce, cabbage, green beans, yellow squash, onions, swish chard, cucumbers, fresh potatoes, garlic, cabbage, baby white onions, garlic, cilantro, yellow banana peppers, zucchini, beets, kale, broccoli
  • ​Native pecans
  • Frozen tamales​
  • Goat milk fudge and caramels
  • A great selection of baked goods (cookies, dill, banana and ezekiel bread, fresh pies -different flavors)
  • Gluten-free muffins
  • Free-range eggs
  • Grass-finished beef
  • Whole chickens
  • Hand-made soaps, and body care
  • Hand-made jewelry  and crafts
  • Hand-crafted items (specially knitted and crocheted)

Please share this message with a friend. We appreciate your support.

Hope to see you at the market!

Opening day of the LU Farmers’ Market

The outdoor opening day of the LU Farmers’ Market is tomorrow, Saturday, May 6th.

It’s going to be a beautiful day!

Fresh and locally-grown produce and more. See you there! 

CANCELED – The Farmers’ Market, scheduled for Saturday, April 29 has been canceled due to adverse weather. We hope to see you on May 6th!

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