“The corn is as high as an elephant’s eye and it looks like it’s climbin’ clear up to the sky.
Oh, what a beautiful mornin’. Oh, what a beautiful day.”
—Oscar Hammerstein II
JULY 11, 2015
Weather Forecast for Market Hours:
Oh, what a beautiful mornin’! No, really. Sunny, dry, moderate humidity, temps around 80. Just what the Market Director ordered.
Music this weekend
Sam Caruso will bring the sunshine to the shade of the west stage beneath the Speedlline.
NEW ACT Matt Skoufalos brings his funky good-time Unstoppable Hackbeats to the east stage Music Tent. Make him feel welcome
What’s In Season
Oh, it is summer now!
VIERECK FARMS will be bringing asian long beans, wax beans, green beans, blackberries, kirbys, patty pan squash, field grown jersey tomatos, bell peppers, assorted hot peppers, and a limited supply of heirloom tomatoes.
WILD FLOUR BAKERY will have onion poppy seed rolls and focaccia this week as well as two flatbread types.
TREEHOUSE CAFE is feeling the Jersey Blues. Drop by this week to try our Blueberry Jam, Blueberry Bagels, Muffins, & Scones.
DANLYNN ORGANIC FARMS will have the following certified organic produce for sale: Patriotic quarts of red white and blue fingerling potatoes, yukon gold potatoes, blueberries, sweet Italian peppers, English and regular cucumbers, pickling cucumbers, zucchini and yellow squash, parsley, swiss chard, kale, onions, cherry slicing and heirloom tomatoes, string beans. baby bok choy, garlic, leeks and okra.
HILLACRES PRIDE: On special this week are our breakfast links from our free range pigs, choose from Maple or sage. This may be the last market week for our citrus fresh cheese. Fresh mozzarella has been going quickly so preorders are suggested.
SCHOBER ORCHARDS will have its first peaches of the season at the July 11th market!
TORTILLA PRESS will debut lots of new stuff: 1) Blueberry waffles with Hammonton grown blueberries. 2) Squash blossom quesadillas. These have a very short but delicious season and come to us from Flaim Farms. 3) Sweet corn quesadillas
Guest vendors This Week:
– Green-Ford Farm Blueberries
– Green Aisle Grocery – bringing pickled hot beans, jersey marinara, strawberry vinegar, pistachio cardamom sugar, garlic and dill cukes, and vegan di-jawn mustard.
– Brookeberry Organic Berries
– Constellation Collective
– Wood Spoon Rice Pudding
– Weckerly’s Ice Cream
– SOOM Foods
– DEE DEE’S GARDEN will have our pestos—traditional and vegan,Thai basil both mild and extra hot.
ZIPCAR of Collingswood will also be making an appearance this weekend! Take a “test drive” of their rentable vehicle parked near Perkins beneath the Speedline.
Heather Ossandon. Her business name is The Chase Studios. Her specialty is one-of-a-kind functional ceramics, which she describes this way: My recent work incorporates drawings of landscapes, cities and funny situations with dialogue inspired by music and literature. All work is dishwasher and food safe.
Farm to Fork Restaurant week in Collingswood is July 19-24! Collingswood’s talented chefs take the bounty of the Market and transform it into delightful multi-course meals. Menus and info here. Start making your reservations!
Must-see VENDOR TV! Our popular guest vendors, Green Aisle Grocery will debut a new TV show in August! South Philly brothers Adam and Andrew Erace will put themselves and their burgeoning chain of upmarket shops, Green Aisle Grocery, in the national spotlight on a Food Network series called Great American Food Finds, premiering at 10:30 p.m. Aug. 3.