We don’t suggest buying fresh pies for turkey day just yet, but you really do need to stop by Luxx Chocolat’s table to pick up hand-painted chocolate turkeys. They are a delightful and whimsical addition to a place setting. If you think your guests or hosts might like a smaller treat, La Petite Occasion’s bag of caramels or toffee is another great option.
Pie Lady & Son and What’s for Dessert will both take orders for Thanksgiving pies. We encourage you to plan early- they’ll have a limited number of non-reserved pies next week.
If Thanksgiving is still too distant of an idea, focus on weeknight dinners. Pick up bone broth from Sunset View Farm. Their complex stock is loaded with rich flavors and makes a great base for ramen or soup. Pour in a dash of quality soy sauce and some sesame oil, add a soft boiled egg and a piece of pork belly and ladle it over warm noodles. Top it with sliced scallions and you have easy, nutrient-dense dinner that strikes the perfect flavor balance.
In the Market tent we have The Charlespals. They are the fruits, vegetables and fast food characters from the Celery Charles & Palsseries written and illustrated by Alessandra Calamai. These fun and colorful characters will take us to the world of Foodville, where foods and children live together. The fast foods, sure of the fact the kids love them, believe and boast that they don’t need to make any special effort to attract them. The fruits and vegetables, once the kids’ natural choice, led by clever & kind Celery Charles, must come up with ways to rekindle the kids’ loyalty towards them, and go back to being a delicious and healthy component of their everyday life and diet.
See you at the market!
Vendor List (subject to change)
AnnaMaria’s Northern Italian Jams
Arlotta Food Studio
Asian Farmer Dumpling
Berry Brook Farm