Saturday, September 3, 2011
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
The New Market Farmers Market is partnering with the New Market Police Department this coming Saturday, September 3, 2011. They will be doing free fingerprinting for children from 9 a.m. to Noon.
Bring your child by to be fingerprinted and enter a drawing for a prize!!!
From Rt 11 - we are in the New Market town parking lot next to Jalisco’s Mexican Restaurant. If going south on Rt 11 we will be on your right.
From Rt 211 - you can turn into the parking lot behind Suntrust bank and come up the little hill.
We Hope to See You There!
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Saturday, July 30, 2011
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Gourmet Coffee...served hot or cold....
Come on...You know you want to try some....
You'll be greeted with smiles and great products....
Healthy and Tasty!
Fresh Eggs, Herbs, Dried Gourds and More...
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Cabin Creek Roaster won't be at the Farmers Market for the next two weeks due to prior commitments. Free Spirit Farms will have some of the roasted coffee that has all ready been tasted just in case you're having withdrawals. If you have any special orders please provide them to Allyson so she can get them to the Roastmaster prior to the next Farmers Market. Cabin Creek will be returning on June 18th and will be featuring three new coffees. The iced coffee, with French Vanilla, Roasted Hazelnut or Creme Caramel, was a big hit on May 28th and will be featured again on June 18th...
June 4th - Join us and the Shenandoah County Animal Shelter as they bring in some sweet little cats and kittens to adopted...
June 11th - Have you ever milked a cow? Would you like to try? The 4-H Dairy Club will be at the market with an artificial cow just for you to milk...come on...you know you want to!
June 18th - we kick off our Food drive for the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry in New Market...we are trying to collect at least 500 non-perishable items...and if we do...New Market's Mayor Larry Smith will kiss a cow!
June 25th - Tacy Hawkins will be there with her weaving machine and if you've ever wanted to know how to weave, she'll show you how...
Those are just some of the things we have going on in the month of June...We hope you will come and visit once, twice or every weekend!
Remember, we're open from 8 a.m. to Noon...Every Saturday through October 8th!
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Friday, May 13, 2011
As a small volume, specialty coffee roaster located in beautiful Shenandoah County, Cabin Creek Roasters provides only the best coffee (100% Arabica beans) from around the world and delivers them fresh to their customers. The best cup of comes from freshly roasted beans, and Cabin Creek roasts only after an order is received or the day before a farmers Market. Customers area assured of freshness by the "Roasted on" date written on the package label.
Cabin Creek Roasters currently offers 14 single-origins coffees and 4 blends. Not every coffee is roasted to the same level (style). As Monty shared with us, "As Roastmaster it is my job to find the perfect roast style to enhance each coffee we import, so that each has its own taste, and is discernible from our other coffees. Roasting will not only bring forth the natural flavors and oils from within the bean, but it will also add a roasted flavor ranging from an essence of light cinnamon to a bittersweet caramel smoky flavor. It is my job as the Roastmaster to celebrate and honor the beans attributes with a perfect roasting recipe and then to recreate that same roast consistently. The roasting process is a lot of what sets good coffee apart from exceptional coffee. Like many of our customers, I'm passionate about coffee."
Ground coffee will be available in 2 oz and whole beans available in 1/2 lb bags. Monty plans to bring cold brewed iced Senedo Ridge Espresso for those hot summers days. The cold brew process creates a concentrate that can be blended perfectly with water, cream or 1 oz milk and MONIN coffee flavors to make a wonderful iced coffee or a skinny latte.
Stop by the market on Saturdays and meet Monty and see what he has available to delight coffee lovers!
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Come by and sign your mom up for several prizes to be given away on Saturday...Bring your youngsters by so they can plant a flower for their Mom and give it to her...
Enjoy the wonderful products from our vendors...not to mention our smiling faces...and don't forget we'll have the Klymer Kurtz Band playing music and the Girl Scouts will be there selling hot dogs and nachos...
So much fun...and we can't wait to see you there!!!
Monday, April 18, 2011
So here's what we have planned for the month of May...
May 7 - Grand Opening!!! We will have music and Mother's Day activities and giveaways!!! We will have flower pots to decorate and flowers to plant for you mom...and the Girl Scouts will be there selling hot dogs and nachos!
May 14 - We are having our first Seed Swap! Bring in your seeds and swap them for different seeds...do you have flower seeds that you want to swap for vegetable seeds? Or vegetable seeds that you want to swap for flower seeds? Then this is the weekend for you!
May 21 - This is a weekend to get some wonderful information to help the senior in your life. Lifecare Rehab Services in New Market will have information on their Senior Fitness program and on Fall Prevention. Cornerstone in Mt Jackson will have information on their Silver Care product. This is a Personal Medical Emergency program. And the Red Cross will be there with information on all their programs...you might just be shocked at how much the Red Cross does...
May 28 - Memorial Day weekend...doesn't mean we are taking the weekend off...oh no...instead we are having the American Legion selling bbq chicken...so come support your local veterans.
All this and wonderful vendors too!!! You just can't miss this...so remember:
Farmers Market is opening up on May 7, 2011 and will be open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to Noon through October 8, 2011...Oh...and don't forget...We're in a new location...in the parking lot right next to Jalisco's Mexican Restaurant!
Hope to see you there!
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
- The glucose in honey is absorbed by the body quickly and gives an immediate energy boost, while the fructose is absorbed more slowly providing sustained energy.
- It is known that honey has also been found to keep levels of blood sugar fairly constant compared to other types of sugar.
- Honey can be a powerful immune system booster. The antioxidant & anti-bacterial properties can help improve digestive system and help you stay healthy and fight disease.
- Honey not only soothes throats but can also kill certain bacteria that causes the throat infection.
Monday, March 21, 2011
Lycopene is a vital anti-oxidant that helps fight against cancer and other kinds of diseases. Free radicals in the body can be flushed out with high levels of Lycopene. And the tomato is loaded with this nutrient.
Tomatoes are by far the healthiest of the fruits and vegetables with the power to ward off some of the worst known diseases to man. With the vast variety of tomato products on the market, it really shouldn't be difficult to get the full health benefit of tomatoes.
Did you know that it only takes as little as 540 milliliters of liquid tomato product to get the full benefits of Lycopene. This means that a daily glass of tomato juice has the potential to keep a person healthy for life.
So have a glass of tomato juice, or a tomato sandwich or soup...eat it raw or cooked...enjoy it by itself or in a recipe...whatever and however you do it...just do it...have a tomato...and get healthy....
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
I know what is in the food that I make for them...Have you ever read the ingredients on the back of your furbaby's food?
So what are some other benefits of homemade food over store bought?
- Homemade taste better...doesn't homemade lasagna, chicken, etc taste better than what you can buy at the store? It's the same for your furbaby. When you don't have all those chemicals in your food, you can taste the actual food, and so can your cat and/or dog...
- They are healthier...you can make them meals that are low fat, you can use healthier choices to flavor the food. Plus, a lot of furbabies are starting to get allergies to foods because of the ingredients in the store bought brands, so this allows you to make foods that don't have the foods they are allergic to...
- They are safer...We all remember the contaminated foods from a few years ago. If you are making these meals for your furbabies then, again, you know what is going into them and you don't have to worry about contamination.
- Cost effective...believe it or not, making your pets food can be cheaper than buying it. Buy your meats on sale, make a batch & freeze for later...adding rice, pasta, potatoes and other ingredients can make it stretch out for several meals.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Honey Baked Tomatoes
Ingredients (I know 7 ingredients not 5, but who counts salt & pepper these days as an extra ingredient...grin)
Place ripe tomato slices in a single layer in a lightly greased aluminum foil-lined 15- x 10-inch jellyroll pan. Drizzle with honey, spreading honey into hollows.
Process bread in a food processor or blender until finely chopped.
Stir together breadcrumbs and next 3 ingredients; sprinkle evenly over tomato slices. Dot with butter.
Bake at 350° for 30 minutes or until tomato skins begin to wrinkle.
Broil 5 inches from heat 5 minutes or until tops are golden. Serve warm.
We will also have Wildtree products at the Farmers Market...these products are not only healthy, but also have easy recipes...Here's one for you to try...
So...Don't give up on Fresh food...it's healthier...it's less expensive...and it can be just as easy as Fast Food!
See Ya at the Market!
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Monday, March 7, 2011
That's right...May 7, 2011 we will be open for our new season...
We are planning a great opening day (more details on that to come later on)...
Can't wait to see our customers from last season and to meet our new customers this season! Hugs!
Thursday, March 3, 2011
- They provide direct contact and feedback between customers and producers, so you can be sure how your vegetables are grown and meat produced.
- They help to improve diet and nutrition by providing access to fresh food.
- They play an important role in educating the consumer as to the production and origin of their food.
- They can be a source of information and inspiration on how to cook and prepare fresh ingredients.
- They help reduce food miles, thus vehicle pollution, noise, and fossil fuel use.
- They help to reduce packaging.
- They encourage more environmental production practices, such as organic or pesticide free.
- They encourage farm diversification and hence bio-diversity.
- They help bring life into towns and cities aiding regeneration.
- They encourage social interaction particularly between rural and urban communities.
- They stimulate local economic development by increasing employment, encouraging consumers to support local business, and thus keeping the money within the local community.
- They attract business to retailers in the vicinity.
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Calling all Vendors! The Farmers Market on Congress Street is looking for vendors for the 2011 season! If you are interested, please email email@example.com for an application and more information! We're also looking for musicians interested in joining us for a couple hours on Saturdays! :-)
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Pure & Simple Farm. We sell raw honey and raw infused honey, and don't forget to ask about "The Local Bar" which are tallow soap, lotion bars and lip balms that are handcrafted using mostly local ingredients. And if you bring your honey jars & caps back to them, we will give you a 25 cent return deposit.
"We place an emphasis on sustainability and are committed to using ingredients in addition to our own that are local, fair trade, organic, wild crafted and/or cultivated without chemicals."
Wildtree. These are natural products that are free of MSG, food dyes, additives, preservatives and more. These products compliment other items at the Farmers Market for a healthy and nutritious meal. Stop by and sample before you buy.
"My product has side 'benefits' instead of side effects!"
Shenandoah Farms. Since 1993 we have developed our passion for farming and raising safe and healthy food. We utilize sustainable and natural practices that enhance the fertility of the soil as well as other media for growing our products. This, in turn, enriches the nutritional value of our products.
"It is our belief and integrity upon which we try to provide nutritious, safe and fresh product to you and your family."
Koda's Kookies. Seven years ago we decided to get a puppy, Koda, and I decided I wanted to feed him a healthier diet over a store bought diet, so after doing some research, I learned all about cooking for him and making him healthy snacks & treats and now I get to share those snacks with others.
"I want my furbaby to enjoy a healthy and tasty snack because he is more then a pet...he's a member of my family."
Free Spirit Farm. We make our own cleaning products such as: laundry detergent, all-purpose cleaners, floor cleaners, carpet fresheners and more. They are better for the environment, safer for your home and healthier for your family. We also make blackcurrant jam, quick breads, needle-felted jewelry items, accessories and small folk-art paintings.
"The farm was quickly named 'Free Spirit Farm' as it became a place to grow and harvest creativity for our 'free spirits'."
Simply Basic Nutrition. We offer chemical free wheat products that I mill and use immediately therefore preserving the many healing nutrients that a kernel of wheat contains. I also offer an assortment of other nutritious products such as granola bars, granola, bread and much more.
"My goal is to offer suggestions that will encourage people to take back their health since the responsibility of good health lies within each and every one of us."
Mix It Up. A creation of mixes for your coffee, tea or hot chocolate. Adding spice to your life is never a bad thing. Enjoy a cup alone or with someone special.
"Everyone needs to mix it up a little bit to keep from getting bored."