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!
Handmade Holidays at the Collingswood Farmers’ Market starts THIS WEEKEND! As temperatures drop and harvest season winds down the Market expands to fill spaces with crafters and artisans selling gifts and holiday-themed items. Come by the Market for gifts and
What’s in season: Soooo loooooong, farewell! Saturday is the final Market day for several vendors. It’s been a wonderful spring/summer/fall, and we appreciate you all. Thank you, and see you next spring! (Don’t cry! They’re making room for Handmade Holidays
What’s in season: What’s a’growin this time of year: Squash, broccoli, Brussels spouts, cauliflower, mushrooms, pears, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, turnips. Hymer Farms will have fresh broccoli and home grown pesticide free popcorn. Savoie Organic Farm sent us the fanciest sounding
Too Many Peppers Twofer CARBLESS PEPPER NACHOS AND ROASTED PEPPER PIZZA Donna Hutchinson (My Tasty Journey). The Pepper Nachos feature yummy chicken breast and melty cheese but no bread since they’re layered on roasted peppers. The Roasted Pepper Pizza is
What’s in season: It’s all about the weather. Fall things like apple and squashes are out. It’s winesap and granny smith season so not only is it the best time to have a pie contest, it makes the apple cider
Squash Blossom Quesadillas SQUASH BLOSSOM QUESADILLAS Ryan Cochrane (imadeafood). Ryan doesn’t mess around. Actually, he takes his messing around seriously. In short, he doesn’t just make the stuffings for these quesadillas, he’ll teach you how to make the corn tortillas
Smoky Baba Ganoush Christine Clarke (The Coveted Kitchen). If you haven’t already tried all the eggplants at the Market (or if you’ve tried them all but need a new recipe), check out Christine’s velvety smooth eggplant dip called baba ganoush.
Butter Tomato Sauce Susan Mauer Lynch (Yellow Room Upstairs). Just say it. You bought too many tomatoes. You couldn’t resist the case price and now you need a quick recipe. How about a slow cook recipe that uses just tomatoes