Market Fresh

Market Fresh

November 19th, 2017 by Sunny Montgomery in Dining Out - A la Carte

Want to up your farm-to-fork game? Here is a list of what local farmers will have on offer at this week’s markets.*

Blue Indian Kombucha: Raw, handcrafted strawberry lime and rosemary bluebellvine kombuchas on draft

Bread & Butter Artisan Bakery: A variety of long-fermented artisan breads, cookies, other baked goods

Crabtree Farms: Carrots, fennel, kohlrabi, cabbage, Romanesco cauliflower, Toscano and Red Russian kale, mustard and collard greens, spinach, lettuce, arugula, Swiss chard, radishes, bunching onions, cilantro, herb bundles, baby beets

Fall Creek Farms: Broccoli, kale, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, lettuce, spinach, sweet onions, storage tomatoes, carrots, beets, sweet potatoes (baking size and minis), red and yellow potatoes, colorful assortment of winter squashes, turnips

Harvest Home: Variety of aged lamb cuts; wool products from local Finnsheep herd including hand-dyed wool for felting, crafting or hand-spinning; felted soaps; jams and jellies; local honey infused with cinnamon, ginger or cloves

The Healthy Kitchen: Turnip greens, mixed salad, lettuce, tomatoes, arugula, basil, squash, figs, muscadines, apples, garlic, onions, peppers

Hoe Hop Valley Farm: Fresh, pasture-raised, organic, soy-free chicken (whole and parts); pastured pork cuts including chops, butts, ham, sausage, ribs, hocks

Mad Priest Coffee: Hot coffee by the cup, special selection of beans

Orchard House Creamery: Raw Jersey cow’s milk herd shares

Riverview Farms Milling: Grits, cornmeal, popcorn, polenta, honey

Sequatchie Cove Creamery: All SCC cheeses, including Cumberland, Gruetli, Coppinger, Bellamy, Shakerag Blue, Dancing Fern and Nickajack

Sequatchie Cove Farm: Beef, lamb, pork, kale, beets, napa cabbage

Southerly Flower Farm: Handmade wreathes with fall and holiday themes

Wheeler’s Orchard: Fresh squeezed apple cider by the cup; apple butter; applesauce; apple cider vinegar; Gala, Granny Smith, Turley Winesap, Bravura, Blushing Golden, Tennessee Red and Fuji apples

White Ivy: Homemade vegan soaps and salves, sweet potatoes, pecans, seasonal jams and jellies, ghost pepper hot sauce and hot salsa, free-range eggs, grass-fed beef

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