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The Market Can Help You Beat The Heat!

By 23 July 2020
In accordance with Oregon’s newest mandate, face masks are mandatory while outdoors in Oregon. We kindly ask our customers to be respectful given this new policy. If you don’t have a mask we have both masks and face shields available at our info booth.

While it is not convenient for many, we must do our part in order to remain an essential business in our community. For some, this new mandate simply doesn’t work and we want to make sure you can still access fresh food. Simply download our What’s Good order app http://www.sourcewhatsgood.com and pre order from vendors by 11PM on Thursdays. Your order will be ready for pick up on Saturday at our drive thru lane, making it easy and efficient.

We’re all in this together and we appreciate your understanding.

If you’ve seen the forecast you know it’s going to be very warm next week. Time to start thinking about ways to keep cool.
The Wilderness Maven has you covered for a fun spin on a tasty cocktail (or mocktail) recipe using some of her beneficial herbal products like this Lavender Lemon Balm Elixir.

1 oz of Lavender Lemon Balm Elixir
2 oz Gin (Trail Distilling or Stillweather Spirits)*
Muddle fresh basil or mint
Fill glass with ice and top with soda water*
Garnish with fresh mint, lemon wedge or lavender
* replace with lemonade for a mocktail option*

Gorgeous varieties of tomatoes will start making their presence known this Saturday. Make sure check out all our farms for the latest arrivals.

I love tomatoes sliced, drizzled with some balsamic vinegar, freshly ground salt and pepper and chopped fresh basil. Top with some of By George’s Feta cheese. Delicious served with one of Grano Bakery’s baguettes! Easy meal for a hot day!

Looking for an activity on a hot summer day? How about making some freezer jam – no heat required!

This is a fast and easy recipe from One Hundred Dollars A Month http://www.onehundreddollarsamonth.com
Ingredients

2 pounds fresh peaches, peeled, pitted and chopped
1 1/3 cups of sugar
4 tablespoons Ball Real Fruit Instant Pectin

Directions

Place your peeled, pitted and chopped peaches in a blender and puree {or with a potato masher} and set aside.

In a separate bowl, stir the sugar and pectin together. Slowly add fruit and whisk together for 3 minutes until all the ingredients are incorporated.
Pour peach jam mixture in to freezable containers making sure to leave at least 1/2 inch headspace to allow for the liquid to expand once in the freezer. Let jam stand 30 minutes before placing containers in the freezer.

This recipe makes 8 cups of peach freezer jam.

Chop Chop Chicken Sundaes is back this weekend ready to send you home with some lunch after shopping the market.
VENDORS THIS WEEK

PRODUCE:
(Certified Naturally Grown and Certified Organic Farms)
Pheasant’s Eye, Sandy Bluff, Sun Love, Farm D’ICI, Brown Bottle, Mindful Mushrooms

MEAT:
(Pasture Raised)
Fisher Ridge Farms
Lady Lane Farms

SEAFOOD
(Sustainably caught off the Oregon Coast)
Wild Seafood

BERRIES AND CHERRIES
Albeke Farms, South Barlow Berries, Farm D’ICI, Pheasant’s Eye, Kiyokawa Family Farms

PANTRY and PREPARED
The Hummus Stop, Ah Nuts, Spice Pilgrim, T Bees Honey, Pam’s Pickled Products, Picasso’s Salsa, Back To Broth (final week of their season), Squirrelly Jane’s Hazelnuts, Bliss Nut Butter, Lavish Lavender

DAIRY:
Lady Lane Farms, By George Farms Artisan Cheese,

FLOWER BOUQUETS and HANGING BASKETS
Hill Tree Garden, May’s, Lee Gardens, Lavish Lavender

COFFEE and TEA:
Double Jump

BAKERY:
La Provence
Grano Bakery
Bart’s Pies
South Barlow Pretzels
Small Baking Co

SKINCARE and WELLNESS
The Wilderness Maven
Sudsy Elements
Landia Organic Skincare
Healthy Roots CBD
Lavish Lavender

ARTISANS
ZR Beadworks
Sew Silly
My Copper Heart

COCKTAILS and BEER
Stillweather Spirits
Coin Toss Brewing
Forest Edge Vineyard
Trail Distilling
Stone Circle Cider
503 Distilling

BEVERAGE:
Wildland Kombucha

HOT FOOD VENDOR (TO GO ORDERS ONLY)
Sara’s Tamales
Chop Chop Chicken Sundaes

KNIFE SHARPENING
As Iron Sharpens Iron

OUT THIS WEEK
Campfire Farms (back on 8/1)
Diana’s Delights (every other week – back 8/1)
Dirt Rich Farm (every other week – back 8/1)

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  • Mailing Address:
    PO Box 2931
    Oregon City, OR 97045

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