Weather forecast for Market hours:
70s. Partly cloudy. Possible shower.

Music: Sam Caruso (W) and She Hates Me (E) will entertain. Come tap your toes.

What’s in season: 

Viereck Farms tells us what we want to hear! NJ tomatoes are in! Field grown and beautiful – hurry they won’t last long. They’ve also got string beans, cucumbers, zuchinni, snow peas and sugar snap peas. Limited quantities of kirby pickles and patty pan squash, too.

DanLynn Organic Farms is bringing organic red beets, baby bok choy, cilantro, Russian fingerling potatoes, Swiss chard, scallions, sugar snap peas, yellow squash, zucchini and heads of lettuce.

Hillacres Pride says, “This week on special, sweet Italian sausage! Also we will have fresh mozzarella and chicken wings.”

This week’s guest vendors (at the east/Music Tent end of the Market):

Weckerly’s Ice Cream

Collingswood’s own Sweet Freedom Bakery!
http://www.sweetfreedombakery.com/

Featured Artist of the Week: Dave and Carol Leader of Turned Treasures.

Turned Treasures works in wood, acrylic and corian on wood lathes. We produce pens, key chains, stylus, bottle stoppers, fan pulls, ornaments, etc.

From the Friends of the Farmers Market:

Buy your Collingswood Farmers’ Market tumbler ($15) at the FoFM tent and not only do you get a voucher for a free iced coffee at Revolution Coffee Roasters but now you also get $2 refills! That means you save a dollar each time. Eventually your reusable tumbler will pay for itself! And don’t forget to enter our raffle for free market merch while you are at the FoFM table.

Beets are in. What do you do with them? Check out these recipes the NY Times says, “even a beet hater can love.”

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/07/09/beet-recipes-even-a-beet-hater-can-love/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=0

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