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Holiday Pre-Orders And New Vendors!

By 4 November 2020

Winter season at the market has officially begun!

From now until April 24th the market will be open from 10-2 on every other Saturday. We have a wonderful lineup of vendors and farms that are excited for our new season and the opportunity to play a vital role in our community. The market layout is changing a bit as we transition to our winter map so some of our vendors may be in new locations. Check out our interactive map via our website or stop by the info booth if you need assistance in finding a vendor. Rest assured there will still be plenty of parking and easy access!

Mark your calendars for our Thanksgiving Harvest market coming on November 21st. Lots of goodies to assist you in preparation for your holiday meal.

Speaking of Thanksgiving now is the time to place pre-orders from many of our vendors. Everything from pies to turkeys to wine, the market has you covered. Read below for details on pre-ordering!

Make sure to pick up lunch while you’re at the market. We have 3 food trucks available! Cafe de Crepe is back for the season. Sara’s Tamales is here and our newest addition, The Coop!

Also, we are excited to welcome a lot of new vendors to our market family this week. Make sure you stop by and pay them a visit.

Have fun building your meals around what the market has to offer and we will see you Saturday!

With gratitude,

Jess
Market Manager

It’s time to get those those holiday pre-orders in. Campfire Farms raise 100% pasture-raised, non-GMO fed pork, chicken, and duck from their farm in Mulino.
Christina and Zach have Pekin ducks and a few large (22#) turkeys left for Thanksgiving. They will also have hams and roasts available in December. Schedule your pickup at the market!
Email zach@campfirefarms.com for inquiries and requests.
In addition to Campfire Farms, Fisher Ridge Farm also has special order turkeys available! Currently Fisher Ridge has 13 whole and 3 halves left. Curious about sizes? The whole turkeys range from 15-22lbs while the halves run 11-12lbs. Cost runs at 4.75 per lb
Keep in mind Fisher Ridge raise their turkeys using humane and sustainable growing practices. No corn or soy fed and pasture raised. Turkeys will be available for pick up at the market on 11/7 and 11/21. Call or text Sue Fisher at 503-871-6846 more information or to place an order.
Pie makes everything better, especially when it’s one from The Pie Guy! Bart makes his pies with local fruits, berries and all butter crusts. Pre-ordering will help ensure you get the pie(s) of your choice. Schedule your pick up at the market or by using our drive thru. Additionally, pre-orders can be done by simply downloading our app and ordering from the convenience of home. Check out our link to get started with What’s Good Marketplace.
http://www.sourcewhatsgood.com
We are excited to welcome some new vendors to our winter market lineup!

Henry Higgins Boiled Bagels
“We are here to provide Portland with a traditional NY style boiled bagel. We prepare our products fresh each day using Shepard’s Grain flour and Bob’s Red Mill flour and seeds. We strive to use locally sourced ingredients whenever possible and can’t wait to be the most delicious part of your day.”Westward Whiskey
Locally distilled American single malt whiskey

The Coop Food Truck
Hot food on site with menu offerings such as BBQ sandwiches, signature wraps, mac and cheese, sweet potato fries and plenty more. Lots of vegan and vegetarian options!

Sinful Confections
An allergy friendly bakery specializing in gluten free, soy free, dairy free and vegan baked goods

Viola Orchards
Family owned farm and cidery located in Estacada, specializing in American heritage ciders.

Rebecca Noel Designs
Rebecca creates fine artisan jewelry using locally foraged botanicals and recycled sterling silver in her one of a kind pieces. Beautiful options for holiday gift giving.

12 Bridges Cider Works
Locally canned hard ciders in a variety of delicious and unique flavors

Basha Products
Bottled salad dressings, spaghetti sauces and soups made with locally sourced ingredients

4 Hearts Kombucha
While our friends at Wildland Kombucha are done for the season, 4 Hearts is bringing their locally canned kombucha which is light, refreshing, extremely low in sugar, and doesn’t tasty vinegary. It’s packed with fresh flavors through their unique flavoring method. Always flavored through infusion with real, organic ingredients.

Empowered Flowers (Pop Up Vendor This Week)
Diversity is a key component of Adrianna and Joelene’s farming mission. They cultivate over 70 varieties of different crops, including vegetables, herbs, and seeds for a well rounded four-season diet.

Please give a warm welcome to all of our new vendors. We hope you will stop by and support their businesses!

VENDORS HERE THIS WEEK
Produce:

Coyote Ridge, Sun Love Farms, Kiyokawa Farms, Mindful Mushrooms, Sun Love Farms, Sandy Bluff Farms, RJ Farms, May’s Produce, Brown Bottle Farms, Mulino Microgreens, Empowered Flowers, Amica Farms, Farm D’ICI

Flowers:

Lee’s Garden, May’s Produce and Flowers

Meat/Seafood

Wild Seafood Provisions, Fisher Ridge Farms, Campfire Farms

Baked Goods:

La Provence, 2 Sisters Vegan Bakery, The Pie Guy, Small Baking, Sinful Confections, Cacao Kingdom, Henry Higgins Boiled Bagels, Quiche Me If You Can

Cheese
By George Artisan Cheese

Eggs:

Sandy Bluff, RJ Farms, Fisher Ridge Farms

Pantry and Prepared Goods:

29 Kettle (freshly roasted nuts), Picasso Portland Picante, Basha, T Bees S Honey, Squirrelly Jane’s Hazelnuts, Diana’s Delights

Kombucha
4 Hearts Kombucha

Artisans:

ZR Jewelry
CH Woodcraft
Rebecca Noel Designs

Body and Wellness:

Sudsy Elements, Landia Organic Skincare, The Wilderness Maven, Healthy Roots Hemp and CBD Products

Wine, Distilleries and Breweries

Forest Edge Vineyards, Stillweather Spirits, 503 Distilling, Stone Circle Cider, Westward Whiskey, 12 Bridges Cider

Hot Food Prepared On Site

Sara’s Tamales
The Coop
Cafe de Crepe

Coffee/Tea

Double Jump

OUT THIS WEEK:
Coin Toss Brewing

 

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