Weather Forecast for Market Hours: Cooler! And mostly sunny! Staying in the 60s. Mother Nature is giving you every reason to come for a stroll. To our intrepid, loyal customers, who braved the all-day rain to support local agriculture by
Strawberry-Rhubarb Jam Stef Perna (Treatbelly) eats rhubarb raw, which is rare, but she also pairs it with strawberries to make jam, which is divine. Check out her blog post featuring Springdale Farms’ strawberries and rhubarb from Flaim Farms. See her post
Bison Rib Eye Susan Mauer Lynch (Yellow Room Upstairs) features spinach, tomatoes, potatoes, and pullet eggs in her post—all from her SAT MAY 06 visit to the Market—but the entrée is bison from our new vendor Buck Wild Bison. See
Vendor: Inspired Brews Kombucha INSPIRED BREWS OLDE CITY PHILADELPHIA KOMBUCHA FERMENTARY Patricia DiJulio (Southjerseygirlsgrub) visited the awesome women of Inspired Brews to get the inside-the-fermentary story on how this local company is making its mark. See her post here.
Chopstick Asparagus ASPARAGUS, SPINACH, SOBA NOODLES, FRIED EGG Denine Gorniak (The Bicycle-Chef). Denine came up with a new way to enjoy all this early asparagus! Mix with spinach and soba noodles, top with a fried egg! Read her post. LINK HERE.
Weather Forecast for Market Hours: Rainy – but that’s never stopped us! 50’s Music: On the East Stage, Sam Caruso. Everybody’s favorite Caruso since Enrico died. On the West Stage, the incomparable Dave Kelly. Go ahead; try to compare him. We
Blueberry Pancakes for Dinner Susan Mauer Lynch (YellowRoomUpstairs). Susan shared her secrets for extending the Market season year-round. Breakfast for dinner using Hillacres Pride no nitrate bacon, eggs, and blueberry pancakes…using last summer’s frozen blueberries. Now that we’re open for 2017, get out
RIBBON CUTTING AT 8AM: Everyone is welcome under the balloon arch for a ribbon cutting by local officials and help to us usher in the new season. Huzzah! Weather Forecast for Market Hours: 60s, cloudy & windy – we could
End of year shout out to our sponsors: You might not think much of it when you enjoy our market, but those banners overhead represent organizations and businesses that have contributed to make the Market possible. We love them more
Are you buying gifts? Decorating? It’s Handmade Holidays at the Collingswood Farmers’ Market! The Market has late season crops, prepared goods and 20 Artists/Crafters/Artisans that continue their “gentle takeover” of the Market with gifts, crafts, art, décor and more. Come!