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JP's Winter Farmers Market - 11/10

11/07/2012 08:00:00 PM
Jamaica Plain, home to three summer farmers markets, multiple Community Supported Agriculture and two Community Supported Fishery sites, and hundreds of backyard and community gardens, will soon have its first winter farmers market.

TheEgleston Farmers Market will launch on November 10, 11am-2pm, at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Hall, 45 Brookside Avenue, close to the Brewery and the Stony Brook T stop.  The market will be held twice a month in November and December (November 10 & 17, December 8 & 15) and weekly in January and February, 2013.
Here are some of the products that vendors plan to provide: Buckle Farms (owned by JP residents Jim & Wendy Buckle): chard, kale, microgreens, potatoes, squash, eggs, honey and more

Foxboro Cheese Company: Spreadable and aged cheeses

Great Cape Baking Company: Challah, whole wheat bread, cookies, seasonal breads, and hand cut donuts

John Crow Farm: Pasture-raised meats, eggs and greenhouse-grown produce (which may include tomatoes if we’re lucky)

Mei-Mei Street Kitchen food truck: Creative and locally-sourced Chinese-American fare

Seta's Mediterranean: Grape leaves, falafel, and salads using locally-sourced ingredients

Stillmans at the Turkey Farm: pasture raised beef, lamb, pork and chicken, as well as some breads

Stillmans Farm: Brussels sprouts, onions, apples, pears, celeriac, kohlrabi and more

The Cupcakory: Cupcakes baked at JP’s Crop Circle Kitchen

Yard Birds (owned by JP residents Angela Roell and Brian Kline): Pea tendrils, dried herbs, Chinese cabbage, garlic, radishes, honey, bee-related products (salves, candles, etc.) and more

Click (here) for more info.

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1 Response to "JP's Winter Farmers Market - 11/10"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Hi there. It looks like your "Click (here) for more info" link does not exist." Could you update that please? Thank you!

    Posted on 11/8/12, 3:02 PM


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