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Practice What You Peach

By 19 August 2021

Unlike Justin Bieber’s song lyrics, we get our peaches here in Oregon!

This week we are celebrating peaches!

If you’ve been considering trying your hand at preserving peaches for the cold days of winter, now is the time. Whether you enjoy jam or canning, the market can set you up with the right variety. From varieties that are suited best for fresh eating vs baking or canning, your farmer can steer you in the right direction for the best fruit.
Make sure to stop by the info booth for preserving resources, compliments of OSU Extension Service. They make it easy to access help and information when it comes to canning safety, recipes, pressure canner calibrating and frequently asked questions.

In addition to peaches this week you can find sweet table Grapes at RJ Farms, foraged Huckleberries at Pheasant’s Eye and tender Japanese Eggplants at Coyote Ridge. Brown Bottle Farm is bringing their wildly popular Double Red Corn which boasts incredible flavor and texture. Farm D’ICI has Pickling Cucumbers and Sun Love Farm is offering loads of tender Squash varieties.

We have 68 vendors joining us this weekend and we are excited to offer our community freshly harvested produce and locally grown/made foods. In addition, our artisans are bringing handmade jewelry and garden art using upcycled products!

Find us at 2051 Kaen Road (at the corner of Beavercreek and Kaen Roads) here in Oregon City from 9-2 this Saturday.

See you at the market for warm donuts, fresh Mexican food, live music from Rogue Bluegrass and all your favorite vendors.

We shared this recipe last year but it’s so good, it bears repeating! Shared by one of our board members via Liete’s Culinaria, this peach cobbler is not your ordinary cobbler. The crackly crust elevates this to a whole class of it’s own. Pick up peaches this Saturday and add this to your list of must have recipes.

Peach Cobbler Recipe | Leite’s Culinaria (leitesculinaria.com)

Welcome back Kellan of Goddess Mousse! Delicious and creamy plant based mousse in a variety of flavors using locally sourced ingredients!
Aug 21st Attending Vendors

PRODUCE 

Albeke Farms
Kiyokawa Family Orchards
South Barlow Berries
L and L Produce – Hermiston Watermelons
RJ Farms
Coyote Ridge Farm
Sun Love Farm
Farm D’ICI
Mindful Mushrooms
Brown Bottle Farms
Mulino Microgreens
Pheasant’s Eye Farm 

Pasture Raised Meat:
Campfire Farms
Lady Lane Farms
Fisher Ridge Farms

Oregon Coast Sustainably Caught Seafood
Wild Seafood Provisions

Dairy and Eggs
Lady Lane Farm (including ice cream)
Campfire Farms (eggs)
Sun Love Farm (eggs)

Pantry and Dry Goods:
Double Jump Coffee – Locally roasted, ethically sourced, bagged whole bean/freshly ground coffee
Pam’s Pickled Products
Squirrelly Jane’s Hazelnuts
T Bee S Honey
29 Kettle Freshly Roasted Nuts
Diana’s Delights (fresh scones, jams and rugelach)
Spice Pilgrim
Bliss Nut Butter
Esotico Pasta
Durant Olive Oil

Prepared Foods:
2 Angry Cats
Goddess Mousse
Queen Chili
Bean Bar Tofu
Creole Me Up
The Hummus Stop
ReTreat Foods (plant based chocolates!)
Picasso’s PDX Picante

Baked Goods:
Grano Bread
Two Sisters Vegan Bakery
Small Baking Company
La Petite Provence
Sinful Confections (vegan, allergy free, gluten free)
Fat Dutch Bread
The Pie Guy
South Barlow Pretzels

Coffee and Tea:
Double Jump – ICED, too!
Spice Pilgrim (teas)

Kombucha:
4 Hearts Kombucha

 

Bouquets
Free Hand Farm
Lee Gardens
May’s Produce and Flowers
Hill Tree GardenWine, Breweries and Spirits
Forest Edge Vineyards
Stone Circle Cider
Trail Distilling
Coin Toss Brewing
Artisans:
Forest To Shore
Hazel n Blue Jewelry
My Copper Heart
Forest To Shore
Karla’s Green Glass Designs
ZR Jewelry

Wellness and Skincare Products:
Landia Organic Skincare
Healthy Roots CBD Products
Lavish Lavender
Bearded Oregon

Prepared Hot Food
Sara’s Tamales
Divine Donuts

Services:
As Iron Sharpens Iron
Green Mountain Energy

Live Music

Rogue Bluegrass

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