Another perfect Market weather Saturday! Sunny skies with 40% humidity and temps climbing to the 80s. Grab your reusable shopping bags and COME ON OUT!
News from our 
Official Market Bloggers

SJGG Pasta e Pisella

PASTA E PISELLA. Patricia DiJulio (SouthJerseyGirlsGrub). This week, Patricia “lets the farmers do the work,” pairing Viereck’s peas and Flaim’s spring onions with pasta for a simple peas and onions dish. LINK HERE.

Denine Carrot Ceci Feta

CARROT CECI FETA. Denine Gorniak (The Bicycle-Chef). Using readily-available carrots, red onions, and radishes from the Market, Denine makes a NO COOKING NEEDED salad. LINK HERE.

Patricia DiJulio Florentine
EGGS FLORENTINE. Patricia DiJulio (SouthJerseyGirlsGrub).  Garlic and spinach from Flaim Farms, pastured eggs from Nature’s Own Farm, cheese from Hillacres Pride and Villa Barone bread. Add magic: Voila! LINK HERE.

SMLynch Summer Salad

SIMPLE SUMMER SALAD. Susan Mauer Lynch (Yellow Room Upstairs). Rick Hymer’s tomatoes, cucumbers, and green onions: NO COOKING! LINK HERE.

Christine Sugar Snap Salad

SUGAR SNAP SALAD. Christine Clarke (The Coveted Kitchen). With a spring salad mix and a bunch of mizuna from Savoie Organic, plus peas from Viereck, Christine assembles this beauty. NO COOKING! LINK HERE.

What’s in Season

A T Buzby. “I’m excited to announce we will have our award winning sweet corn at the market this week! We will also bring our hot house tomatoes, Kirby pickles, zucchini, yellow squash, carrots, blueberries, and turnips!”

GreenFord Farm. The farm is “pleased to announce the triumphant return of GreenFord Farm Blueberries this weekend! So, spread the good word, we’ll be there this week!”

Brookeberry Farm. “We are coming this week with blueberries, some raspberries, and maybe some blackberries. The berries still need a little more time to ripen. They are a nice purple right now. Everything is a little late this year!”

Hercules Beard. Back for one of their few appearances at the Market this season with a full range of grooming supplies for fashion- and health-conscious guys.

O Made Granola. “Come get your granola refill at O Made Granola. I will have super limited quantities of BBG. I will have all other varieties in stock!”

Wild Flour Bakery. “Wild Flour Bakery has been making American Grain Bread for 7 years. Among other ingredients, the bread contains quinoa. It is a good hearty bread made with whole wheat flour, natural sourdough starter, honey, quinoa, wild rice, cornmeal, pecans, yeast, and salt. It is one of our round artisan breads.”

Hillacres Pride. On special: Select sausages (Maple and Sage Patties, Original or Maple Grillers, Country Brats) $7.00/lb or buy any 3 mix and match for $20.00 while supplies last. Also back this weekend Strawberry Delite Fresh Cheese and Conestoga Artisan cheese. We also have Pork Chops, Baby Back ribs and Half Chickens in stock again!

Weckerly’s Ice Cream. Back at the Market on SAT JUL 02.

Constellation Collective. Collingswood’s favorite cluster of stars, SAT JUL 02.

Green Aisle Grocery. Back with seasonal condiments and specialties SAT JUL 02.


Salsa Contest SAT JUL 09

FIRST ANNUAL SALSA CONTEST. Our annual pie-baking contests are the Market’s most popular events. This year, contestants will be invited to enter their best salsa recipes featuring produce from the Market in five categories: Classic Red (cooked), Salsa Cruda (raw), Salsa Verde (green), Freelance Vegetable (such as corn, carrots), Fruit Salsa (featuring mango, for example). This is not a “heat contest.” Recipes will be mild or medium. Stop by the Information table to enter, or visit Official Market Bloggers will be our judges.


Guest Vendors SAT JUN 25
• O Made Granola
• Neil’s Sharpening Service
• John & Kira’s Chocolate
• Hercules Beard
• GreenFord Blueberry Farm
• Garden State Juice Co.
• Brookeberry Organic Berries

• Weckerly’s Ice Cream
• GreenFord Blueberry Farm
• Green Aisle Grocery
• Constellation Collective
• Brookeberry Organic Berries

Artist of the Week
TURNED TREASURES. Carol and Dave Leader are Camden County woodturners who make unique hand-crafted items on their wood lathes using exotic and domestic woods, acrylic and Corian to craft pens, ceiling fan pulls, wine bottle stoppers, key chains, ornaments, vessels and bowls. Examples of their work can be found in art galleries and Philadelphia’s Center for Art in Wood.

Turned Pen Pencil

Music on 2 Stages
EAST STAGE MUSIC TENT. Who knows what musicians will make up MONKO this week!?
WEST STAGE BELOW PATCO. Just how many players are there in a Trio Nova Duo?

Berries, Peas, and hints of early Jersey Corn.
Don’t be late: the berries and scant corn ears will go fast.

“Better than any argument is to rise at dawn and pick dew-wet red berries in a cup.”
—Wendell Berry