“People want honest, flavorful food, not some show-off meal that takes days to prepare.” –Chef Ted Allen

Weather forecast for Market hours: Rising to the 80s with a chance for rain.

Music: Two beloved acts play our stages this week: She Hates Me (east side) & John Rossi (west side).

What’s in season: 
Most active Jersey produce includes: Pears, collards, okra, lima beans, eggplant, raspberries (fall bearing), beets, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, collards, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, squash.
(Peaches, corn are still around but not for much longer. Apples will start to appear!)

In other words – savor the abundance of summer season crops while the weather cooperates. Soon there will be a chill to the air and the hot-temp-dependent harvests will wane.

Wild Flour Bakery has two breads made with Yards beers. Multi-grain (their most popular bread is made with whole wheat, sour dough, Yards Extra Special Ale, and Cracked 9-grain blend). They tell us: “It is a good, sturdy bread that can be used in make ahead sandwiches because it does not break down.”
Their other Yards bread is dark pumpernickel made with rye bread flour, Yards General Washington’s Tavern Porter, Cracked 9-grain blend, Yards ESA Grains, Natural Rye, and sour dough culture.

This week’s guest vendors
Weckerly’s Ice Cream
Rich’s Micro Roast
O Made Granola – bringing BBG (banana bread granola) and the larger bags of no grain no pain granola! (and their usual flavors as well).

Also – Sponsor ExtraordinaryED will be at the Market to tease your brain. They’re fun people. Check ‘em out.

Crafter of the week:
Joy Manning/Samantha Bednarek of League Street Press. They’ll have foodie-themed notecards that feature watercolor paintings and original recipes.

In other news!
Speaking of foodies, the Market is a GREAT place to plan your dinner for Collingswood’s Pop Up Gala on September 12! Get your tickets now for the super-secret, pop up dinner party. Wait…what’s a Pop Up Gala, anyway? Learn more!
Thanks to our 2015 Market Sponsors! They go the extra mile to support this community project. Hooray for them! Be sure to tell them you noticed!