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Continue to buy fresh, buy local until the end of October


by Johanna Vogt - September 12, 2014

The Wellsboro Growers Market grows on! Home page correspondent, Johanna Vogt had the opportunity to talk with Thomas Putnam about the latest news on the Market. The Growers Market has a lot of things to offer to our community. All the products are local, from vegetables and herbs to maple syrup and fresh baked goods. The Wellsboro Grower’s Market is running every Thursday from 3-6PM at the First Presbyterian Church until the end of October. It will take place inside the Church after October 9th to assure a great market experience, even if we have inclement weather.

Here is a list of some of the participating vendors:

Creekside Greenhouse – Get a beautiful, hardy hanging basket to give your outdoor living spaces that pop of color for the spring and summer. You will love the healthy plants and the hand made planters.

Basically Bagels – Here you can find 12 kinds of bagels and bagel chips. (Get there early for the bagel chips!)

Between Two Rivers – This vendor offers maple syrup in pints, quarts and gallons. They also feature delicious maple walnuts.

Herb Corner – They have basil, dill, heliotrope, oregano, bay, savory and mint for planting and fresh cut herbs for cooking. You may want to check out the beet, broccoli, spinach, kale and cabbage plants as you plan your garden. Fresh lettuce mixes, cut spinach and Swiss chard are also available. They also have nasturtium and four mint hanging baskets.

Hillstone Farms – They offer a variety of beef cuts including snack sticks( similar to beef jerky), ground beef patties, hot dogs, short ribs and stew meat. He has pork chops, pork roasts, smoked ham and sweet Italian sausage.

Inn to the Seasons – These products never use hormones, genetically modified feeds, steroids or chemicals. To help you with planning they have prepared a brochure that describes their mission as well as the many cheeses, lamb, veal, pork and goat products they will have available throughout the Growers Market season.

Keeney Farms – Potatoes, corn, those beautiful dragon tongue beans, eggplant, onions, green tomatoes, watermelon, summer squash, onions, and peppers.

Mountain View Pastries – Enjoy their delicious fruit pies, strawberry, rhubarb, cherry, apple and raspberry & chocolate shoo fly pie. They also offer sticky buns, cookies, whoopie pies and fruit buns. Their breads include carrot, raisin, whole wheat, and white.

Pure Hart Soap – This vendor features new body butters, lip balms, gift bags and beautiful aprons, along with a great assortment of soaps and lotions.

Running Bear Farms – You can find mustard greens, kale, daikon radishes, arugula, napa cabbage, rosemary, flat leaf parsley – all right here. Chicken, lamb, turkey are also available, along with chorizo and sage breakfast sausage. Frozen sofrito, tomato sauce are among these ALL ORGANIC products.

Taste of Yorkshire – Discover Lemon curd, applesauce raisin cake, shortbread cookies, rhubarb, grape, triple berry and raspberry kiwi jams. New this year: adjustable ribbon necklaces, and light summer shawls – perfect for the prom, and summer accessories. Ask this vendor about her spinning, knitting and felting classes.

Cardinal Inn – Darlene makes so many things, it’s cook’s choice what she brings each week. Count on poppy seed French bread, rosemary French bread and foccacia, plus yummy surprises.

Red Skillet – The Red Skillet food truck serves food from anywhere to gourmet soups and salads, to mouth-watering burgers and sandwiches, along with tasty sides to choose from.

Udder Merry Mac Farm – Fresh basil, onions, hot peppers, greens, English and mini cucumbers, green beans, and arugula.



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