Labor Day,Back to School Treats and a GREAT offer!!
The last days of summer are upon us and the kids are heading back to school and sports. Look to the Market for treats for the Labor Day BBQ or picnic AND for packed lunches and snacks. There should be plenty of corn, tons of heirloom tomatoes, peaches, little frying peppers, green and wax beans, watermelons and a whole lot more this week. Wild Oregon will have Chinook, Steelhead, Coho AND Albacore Tuna, plus Steamer and Razor Clams for appetizers. Fisher Ridge Farm is bringing plenty of steaks, ground beef and mini beef biskets. This recipe for slow roasted brisket wrapped in bacon is relatively simple and mouthwatering: https://spicysouthernkitchen.com/oven-barbecued-beef-brisket/
Wowee…look at this offer!!! Download and pre-order from our Market’s mobile app and pick up $40 worth of products for only $10 (plus proccessing fee) Use the code OCFM40 to buy $40 of local food for only $10 and stock up for Labor Day weekend celebration! Shop our vendors Oregon City Farmers Market app today and pickup your fresh goods at their booths this Saturday, or @ocbeer on Wednesday. Here’s how to order: 1. Download our the Oregon City Farmers Market App: https://appurl.io/jh94xfpm 2. Create an account and choose your preferred pickup location 3. Fill up your cart! 4. Use coupon code OCFM40 at checkout to apply your discount. *The promotional discount is sponsored by WhatsGood, our technology partner! Offer valid on first orders only and one per customer, while supplies last. Fees not included. Expires Saturday 8/31 at midnight.
Squirrelly Jane is back with more organic Veteran peaches and pears and her wonderful hazelnuts and nut butter. She was gone last week and may be gone the next 2 weeks so stock up!! Altengartz Bratwurst truck is back, but out is Bamas BBQ (back next Saturday), plus we have Yes Please Indian and Sara’s Tamales. The fun guys at Stillweather Spirits will be mixing up mini cocktails for tasters of their gin, distilled right here in OC. and Forest Edge Vineyards are back…have you tried their Sparkling Rose’?
Taking over the Market Kitchen this week is Ryan from Brown Bottle Farm, (in another life he was a chef!). Last summer Ryan’s demo was super-fun, you don’t want to miss his ‘Ode to the Tomato’ on Saturday and taste 3 different tomato recipes and take home the directions and get cookin’!
In other news: Our friends at Grano Bakery are looking for farmers market help for the rest of the season on both Saturday and Sunday, know of anyone who wants sweet (literally!) weekend work? Have them contact Ava at info@granobreads.Meanwhile stock up at their booth this week with all the breads and sweet treats for the weekend!
OSU Extension is holding a great class on Saturday Sept 14th (1pm-4pm) You’ll learn how to preserve your harvest with Pressure Canning. Learn the safe and simple process of pressure canning low acid foods like meat, fish, broth, and vegetables. They’ll discuss care and proper use of a pressure canner, recipe resources, and practice research-based techniques while processing vegetables. Don’t let your fear of pressure canners put you off preserving any longer! Contact Katlyn.firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
The Two Bit Brothers are entertaining us this Saturday with folk tunes and easy listening light rock. Pack your coolers, your shopping bags, produce bags and if you are eating with us bring a water bottle some cutlery too….Happy Labor Day!! Find us every Saturday through October at 2015 Kaen Rd, open 9am-2pm. Winter season starts Saturday November 9th, 10am-2pm…pick up a bookmark this Saturday with the winter dates (everyother week).