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July 27, 2016

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Meow…

When is cat day at Market, you ask? We don’t officially have one, but count on it, I will post photos of any intrepid adventuring cats and keepers that show up at Market. I learned that cats travel easily in public if you start training them early. This cutie is still a young kitten.

What about kids? YES! They are trainable too. You can train children to love vegetables of all kinds, fruits, and other real foods if you start them young, andespecially if there’s a fun afternoon at Market to sweeten the pot. Heck, it works for adults too. You can teach old dogs new tricks.

Come explore the beautiful bounty at Market this Thursday. Be adventurous! You may find a new favorite. Woof!

If you need ideas for how to prepare your market finds, go online or ask around. The Market Booth always has some ideas for you.

Come to market and Thursday will be your favorite day of the week. See you there!

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Thanks Alan Davis and Honor Bar for a very exciting
and informative Chef-at-Market


Vendors for July 28, 2016:

Music:
Jesse Noll

Community Organizations:
WSU Master Gardeners
Kitsap Public Health
Bremerton Family YMCA
Kids ART Camp – Seaside Church

Farms:
Abundantly Green: Organic chicken, beef, pork, free-range eggs, produce
Davis Farm – with mulberries, raspberries, yellow transparent apples, yellow plums, veggies, flowers and chanterelle mushrooms.
Gregory Farm / Johnson Orchards: blueberries, peaches, nectarines
Hayton Berry Farm: bringing strawberries and raspberries this week!
Heyday Farm Creamery – locally made goat cheese
High Point Family Farm: USDA pork and lamb, as well as eggs
Patchwork Gardens – fresh salad greens
Pheasant Fields Farm: Local produce, veggie starts, eggs
Rusty Wheel Farm – USDA pork
Shallow Roots Ranch – back at the market this week! Stop by and pick up some holistic, chemical-free sunscreen
Short’s Family Farm: USDA beef
Taylor’s Honey Farm: Local honey
Thong Xiang Garden: Beautiful flower bouquets and veggies

Prepared & Processed Food:
Carters: Souvlaki and ice cream
CJ’s Evergreen General Store & Catering
Copper Pasty – our last market of the season. John is headed off to El Salvador with Engineers without Borders, and then grad school! But we do take orders — stop by to learn more! For example, if you order half a dozen, you’ll get a discounted price
Crimson Cove Smoked Specialties
For the Love of Pasta
Kettlelishess Corn – New flavors: Diabetic with Cinnamon & Jalapeño Cheddar
Laughing Dog Kitchen: mini chocolate bundt cakes with coconut caramel sauce
London Maid Crumpets – bringing fresh basil, and my Sardinia flat bread crackers. Delicious with the Heyday Farm goat cheese!
Mad Moose Pizza: wood-fired pizza
Mama Suzy Sweets
Tamgo Jams
 – We will have our usual varieties of Kitsap’s favorite jam:  Pear Butter, Peach, Strawberry and Blueberry.

Artisans:
Bremerton Letterpress Co.
Diane’s Dezines
: – New Seahawks design Bracelets coming this week- are you ready for the new season? Great gift for friends and family!! Only $5.00; stop by and check them out!
Living4theIamIam: Crochet goods, jewelry, magnets, and more
Museables: Hair accessories
Rachel’s Copper Creations: copper roses and windchimes
Rengoose Creations: Art prints, buttons, bags, cards and more
The Local Home
With Faith and Fabric
Wood Forge Armory


Recipe of the Week:

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Grilled Leeks with Romesco Sauce
I’ve been seeing some beautiful, big green onions at Market that would work fabulously for this recipe too. Grill the onions and season with salt and pepper, or go Spanish with the fabulous Romesco sauce as an accompaniment. It’s a classic you’ll find lots of uses for.

FOR THE ROMESCO SAUCE

  • 1 medium red pepper, roasted, peeled, seeds and membranes removed
  • 6 ounces tomatoes (1 large or 2 roma)
  • 1 thick slice (about 1 ounce) baguette or country-style bread, lightly toasted
  • 1 large garlic clove, peeled
  • ¼ cup toasted almonds, or a combination of almonds and skinned roasted hazelnuts
  • ½ to 1 teaspoon pure ground chili powder or red pepper flakes, to taste pepper flakes are hotter
  • 2 teaspoons chopped fresh Italian parsley
  • ½ teaspoon sweet paprika or Spanish smoked paprika (pimentón) (ok to sub regular paprika)
  •  Salt
  •  freshly ground pepper to taste
  • 1 tablespoon sherry vinegar (ok to sub cider vinegar)
  • ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil, as needed

FOR THE LEEKS

  • 6 fat leeks, or 12 baby leeks (or 12 big, fat green onions)
  • 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  •  Salt
  •  freshly ground pepper

FOR THE ROMESCO SAUCE

  1. Make the romesco sauce. Preheat the broiler, and cover a baking sheet with foil. Place the tomatoes on the baking sheet, and place under the broiler at the highest setting. Broil for two to four minutes until charred on one side. Turn over, and broil on the other side for two to four minutes until charred. Remove from the heat, transfer to a bowl and allow to cool. Peel and core.
  2. Turn on a food processor fitted with the steel blade, and drop in the garlic cloves. When the garlic is chopped and adheres to the sides of the bowl, stop the machine and scrape down the sides. Add the toasted almonds (or almonds and hazelnuts), bread and chili powder or flakes to the bowl. Process into a paste. Scrape down the sides of the bowl, and add the pepper, tomatoes, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Process until smooth. With the machine running, add the vinegar and olive oil in a slow stream. Process until well mixed, then scrape into a bowl. Taste and adjust seasoning, adding salt as desired. If possible, allow the sauce to stand for an hour at room temperature before using.
  3. Cut away the dark green ends of the leeks. Trim the root end. Cut fat leeks lengthwise into quarters, and rinse thoroughly under cold water to wash away any sand. If your leeks are 1/2 inch in diameter they needn’t be cut; if they are between 1/2 inch and an inch, you can just cut them in half.
  4. Bring an inch of water to a boil in the bottom of a steamer. Place the leeks in the steamer, and steam 10 minutes. Transfer to a bowl, and toss with the olive oil and salt and pepper to taste.
  5. Prepare a medium-hot grill. Grill the steamed leeks for five minutes, turning often, just until grill marks appear. Remove from the heat, and serve with romesco sauce.

From New York Times Cooking “Grilled Leeks with Romesco Sauce

Consider the Radish – Thursday, July 21

July 21, 2016

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sometimes the best things are the least expected

We have another great market day awaiting us this Thursday at Evergreen Park. Come on down and meet you friends, have a picnic, do some healthful shopping and hang out. Oh, and don’t miss Chef-at-Market! More on that below.

This is the time of year to consider buying top-quality, locally-grown fruit and produce to put up as jams, pickles, sauces–you name it! I just canned apricots and applesauce (yellow transparents!), and I think this week I’ll make pickled green beans and a quick-pickled radish. It’s such a treat to open a can of SUMMER in the middle of a dreary northwest winter’s day. Chat with your favorite market vendors for ideas.

If you need ideas for how to prepare your market finds, go online or ask around. The Market Booth always has some ideas for you. Even the lowly radish (sorry radish!) is a goldmine of versatility–you can pickle them, roast them, make salads (see sidebar), fritters, and other delights. Eat them fresh with butter and sea salt and be blown away.

Chef-at-Market

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We are happy to have the Honor Bar chef/owner Alan Davis as our guest Chef-at-Market this week. I know he has something unique and special in store for us! Chef demos begin at 5pm.

The Honor Bar is a fantastic neighbor, local agriculture supporter, and Market sponsor. Thank you Honor Bar; we appreciate what you do for our community!

Come to Market and Thursday will be your favorite day of the week!

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Dog Day was a BLAST! Thank you to all who shared their time, expertise and furry friends for our edification and enjoyment!

Vendors for July 21, 2016:

Music:
Spare Thyme

Community Organizations:
WSU Master Gardeners
Kitsap Public Health
KRL Bookmobile
Kids ART Camp – Seaside Church

Farms:
Abundantly Green: Organic chicken, beef, pork, free-range eggs, produce
Davis Farm – with mulberries, raspberries, yellow transparent apples, yellow plums, veggies, flowers and chanterelle mushrooms.
Gregory Farm / Johnson Orchards: blueberries, peaches, nectarines
Hayton Berry Farm: bringing strawberries and raspberries this week!
High Point Family Farm: USDA pork and lamb, as well as eggs
Patchwork Gardens – fresh salad greens
Pheasant Fields Farm: Local produce, veggie starts
Rusty Wheel Farm – USDA pork
Short’s Family Farm: USDA beef
Taylor’s Honey Farm: Local honey
Thong Xiang Garden: Sugar-snap peas, beans, and sweet pea flowers this week

Prepared & Processed Food:
Carters: Souvlaki and ice cream
CJ’s Evergreen General Store & Catering
Copper Pasty
Crimson Cove Smoked Specialties
For the Love of Pasta
Jimini’s
Kettlelishess Corn
 – we have a diabetic blend kettlecorn made with Truvia
Laughing Dog Kitchen: Vegan and gluten-free baked goods
London Maid Crumpets
Mad Moose Pizza: wood-fired pizza
Tamgo Jams

Artisans:
Bremerton Letterpress Co.
Diane’s Dezines
: jewelry and fused glass
June Moon Jewelry
Living4theIamIam
: Crochet goods, jewelry, magnets, and more
Museables: Hair accessories
Rachel’s Copper Creations: copper roses and windchimes
Rengoose Creations: Art prints, buttons, bags, cards and more
RNR Originals
The Local Home

Westridge Art
With Faith and Fabric

Wood Forge Armory

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Dog Days!

July 14, 2016

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Plenty

Celebrate the bounty of summer!

This week should be a fabulous market, full of fantastic locally grown produce and handcrafted goodies, plus SUN–and it’s not just wishful thinking this time. I’ve been enjoying green beans, and below you’ll find an old-fashioned recipe for creamed beans like my grandma used to make, and my mom after her. So good!

Woof!

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Join us for our annual Dog Days at market! We’ll have a ton of special guests with expertise on everything canine. Plus, there are certain to be a few–or many–very special pups in our midst. Maybe yours?

Check the vendor list below for info on participating organizations.

Come to market and Thursdays will be your favorite day of the week!

 

Vendors for July 14, 2016:

Music:
Whiskey Jackets

Community Organizations:
WSU Master Gardeners
Kitsap Public Health
Bremerton Family YMCA 

Special Dogs Day Guests:
Kitsap Humane Society
Peninsula Dog Fanciers Club – with agility and handling demonstrations!
Muttley Crew Dog 4-H Club
Leash4Leash – making free pet ID tags!

Farms:
Abundantly Green: Organic chicken, beef, pork, free-range eggs, produce
Bird Song Acres – farm fresh chicken and duck eggs
Davis Farm – with mulberries, raspberries, yellow transparent apples, yellow plums, veggies, flowers and chanterelle mushrooms.
Gregory Farm / Johnson Orchards: blueberries, peaches, nectarines, cherries & apricots
Hayton Berry Farm: bringing strawberries and raspberries this week!
Heyday Farm Creamery – with fresh goat chevre
High Point Family Farm: USDA pork and lamb, as well as eggs
Patchwork Gardens – fresh salad greens
Pheasant Fields Farm: Local produce, veggie starts
Rusty Wheel Farm – USDA pork
Shallow Roots Ranch
Short’s Family Farm: USDA beef
Taylor’s Honey Farm: Local honey
Thong Xiang Garden: Sugar-snap peas, beans, and sweet pea flowers this week

Prepared & Processed Food:
Alana Lu Hawaiian BBQ
Carters
: Souvlaki and ice cream
CJ’s Evergreen General Store & Catering
Copper Pasty
Crimson Cove Smoked Specialties
Jimini’s
Kettlelishess Corn
 – we have a diabetic blend kettlecorn made with Truvia
Laughing Dog Kitchen: Vegan and gluten-free baked goods
London Maid Crumpets
Mad Moose Pizza: wood-fired pizza
Tamgo Jams

Artisans:
Bremerton Letterpress Co.
Diane’s Dezines
: jewelry and fused glass
Inspired by Athena
June Moon Jewelry
Living4theIamIam
: Crochet goods, jewelry, magnets, and more
Made in Manette
Museables: Hair accessories
Rachel’s Copper Creations: copper roses and windchimes
Rengoose Creations: Art prints, buttons, bags, cards and more
RNR Originals
Tiny Mushroom People: fun jewelry and vinyl designs
Westridge Art
With Faith and Fabric
Wood Forge Armory

Recipe of the Week: Grandma’s Creamed Green Beans

A childhood favorite that never grows old. Pick up fresh beans, onion, and bacon at market to make this at home.

  • 1 pound green beans, trimmed and broken into about 1-1/2 inch lengthscream beans
  • 1/2 cup bacon, chopped
  • Butter, if needed
  • 1/4 c minced yellow or red onion
  • 1-2 T flour
  • 1 c milk or half-n-half
  • Salt and black pepper

Boil a pot of water and cook beans for a few minutes, until tender but still bright green, about 3 minutes. Drain and immediately plunge into cold water. Drain. Set aside.

Cook bacon until it is lightly browned and renders its fat. Remove bacon but keep the fat in the pan.

Add butter (or olive oil) if you don’t have 1-2T fat from the bacon. Add onion to the fat and cook gently until soft and translucent.

Warm milk/cream until hot to the touch. Keep warm until ready to use.

Add flour to the bacon grease-onion mixture and stir to make a thick paste. Cook for a couple of minutes on medium heat. Slowly and carefully add the warm milk–just a bit a a time at first–stirring constantly, to make a smooth sauce. When all the milk has been incorporated, thicken a bit.
Add salt (1/2t – 1t or so) and pepper to taste. Add the reserved beans and bacon and stir to coat with sauce.

Serve and enjoy!

red, white & BLUEBERRIES! – Thursday, June 30

June 29, 2016

 

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Berries & fruit; nature’s candy

Isn’t a handful of berries, sun-warmed and juicy, so much more satisfying than a sugary candy? I think so! Whether it’s blueberries, raspberries, cherries or peaches that make you swoon, you’ll be finding them all at the Farmers Market now. Summer is here and the berries are in.

Check out a quick and easy fruit recipe below, in case you have anything left uneaten.

This week’s market will be sunny and warm, and a perfect chance to pick up some delicious goods for your holiday weekend picnic or barbeque.

Come to market and Thursday will be your favorite day of the week. See you there!

Vendors for June 23, 2016:

Music:
Raven Rose

Community Organizations:
WSU Master Gardeners
Kitsap Public Health
Bremerton Family YMCA

Farms:
Abundantly Green: Organic chicken, beef, pork, free-range eggs, produce
Davis Farm – Back a Market with strawberries and flowers!
Gregory Farm / Johnson Orchards: Local produce, plus organic fruit from Eastern WA
Hayton Berry Farm: bringing strawberries and raspberries this week!
Heyday Farm Creamery
Patchwork Gardens – fresh salad greens
Pheasant Fields Farm: Local produce, veggie starts
Rusty Wheel Farm – pork!
Shallow Roots Ranch: Variety of farmstead products like creams, soaps, honey, candles and birdseed
Short’s Family Farm: USDA beef
Taylor’s Honey Farm: Local honey
Thong Xiang Garden: Sugar-snap peas and sweet pea flowers this week

Prepared & Processed Food:
Alana Lu Hawaiian Barbeque
Carters
: Souvlaki and ice cream
CJ’s Evergreen General Store & Catering
Copper Pasty
Crimson Cove Smoked Specialties
Jimini’s
Kettlelishess Corn
 – we have a diabetic blend kettlecorn made with Truvia
Laughing Dog Kitchen: Vegan and gluten-free baked goods
London Maid Crumpets
Mad Moose Pizza: wood-fired pizza
Mama Suzy’s Sweets: yummy baked goods
Tamgo Jams: This week Pear Butter, plus peach, blueberry and strawberry jam varieties.

Artisans:
Bremerton Letterpress Co.
Diane’s Dezines
: jewelry and fused glass
Inspired by Athena – Now selling hand-dipped incense sticks. Stop by and give them a sniff (plus, even better when lit)
June Moon Jewelry
Living4theIamIam
: Crochet goods, jewelry, magnets, and more
Made in Manette: hand-sewn and knitted gifts and household items. Clothespin bags this week!
Museables: Hair accessories
Photos by George
Rachel’s Copper Creations: copper roses and windchimes
Rengoose Creations: Art prints, buttons, bags, cards and more
Westridge Art
With Faith and Fabric
Wood Forge Armory

This week’s recipe:
CHERRY CUSTARD CLAFOUTIS

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From David Lebovitz

  • 1 ¼ pounds (570g) sweet cherries
  • 3 large eggs, at room temperature
  • ½ cup (70g) all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/8 teaspoon almond extract
  • ½ cup (100g) plus 3 tablespoons (45g) sugar
  • 1 1/3 cup (330ml) whole or lowfat milk

Softened butter, for preparing the baking dish

1.Preheat the oven to 375ºF (190ºC). Smear a 2-quart (2l) shallow baking dish liberally with butter.

2. Stem and pit the cherries. Lay them in a single layer in the baking dish.

3. In a standard blender, or using an immersion blender and a bowl, mix the eggs, flour, vanilla and almond extracts, ½ cup sugar, and milk together until smooth.

4. Pour the batter over the cherries and sprinkle the fruit and batter with the 3 tablespoons of sugar.

5. Bake the clafoutis until the custard is just set; a knife poked in the center should emerge relatively clean. It’ll take about 45 minutes.

Serving: The clafoutis can be served warm, at room temperature, or cold. It’s traditionally not served with any accompaniment.

Storage: The Clafoutis can be made up to one day in advance, and refrigerated overnight.

Summer!

June 22, 2016

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believe it or not…

Warm days are ahead, and for now we can enjoy more wonderful peas, greens and berries. Come check out what our farmers are bringing this week and plan your meals around that.

We have some new and returning vendors this week to tempt you.

Farmers Market isn’t just about the goods for sale, it’s also about the people…and their cats! (and puppies and dogs; but you must admit adventure-cat sightings are rare). It’s a happy crowd where you can make new friends, meet your neighbors, and catch a little people watching too.

Come to market and Thursday will be your favorite day of the week. See you there!


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JOIN THE BASKET CHALLENGE!
Last week we collected a whopping 64 pounds of food for the Bremerton Foodline. Thank you to our generous vendors and customers for thinking of the less fortunate among us. How much can we collect this week?
The Foodline accepts donations of perishable and non-perishable food items. You can even donate fresh fruit and produce from your home garden — but no home-canned goods please.


Vendors for June 23, 2016:

Music:
Chris Eric

Community Organizations:
WSU Master Gardeners
Kitsap Public Health
KRL Bookmobile

Farms:
Abundantly Green: Organic chicken, beef, pork, free-range eggs, produce
Davis Farm – Back a Market with strawberries and flowers!
Gregory Farm / Johnson Orchards: Local produce, plus organic fruit from Eastern WA
Hayton Berry Farm: bringing strawberries and raspberries this week!
Heyday Farm Creamery
High Point Family Farm: USDA pork and lamb; eggs
KaasHill Farm: Goats milk soaps
Patchwork Gardens – fresh salad greens
Pheasant Fields Farm: Local produce, veggie starts
Shallow Roots Ranch: Variety of farmstead products like creams, soaps, honey, candles and birdseed
Short’s Family Farm: USDA beef
Taylor’s Honey Farm: Local honey
Thong Xiang Garden: Sugar-snap peas and sweet pea flowers this week

Prepared & Processed Food:
Carters: Souvlaki and ice cream
CJ’s Evergreen General Store & Catering
Copper Pasty
Crimson Cove Smoked Specialties
Kettlelishess Corn – we have a diabetic blend kettlecorn made with Truvia
Laughing Dog Kitchen: Vegan and gluten-free baked goods
London Maid Crumpets
Mad Moose Pizza: wood-fired pizza
Mama Suzy’s Sweets: yummy baked goods
Tamgo Jams

Artisans:
Ceramics by Sparks
Diane’s Dezines
: jewelry and fused glass
Inspired by Athena – Now selling hand-dipped incense sticks. Stop by and give them a sniff (plus, even better when lit)
Living4theIamIam: Crochet goods, jewelry, magnets, and more
Made in Manette: hand-sewn and knitted gifts and household items
Museables: Hair accessories
Photos by George
Rachel’s Copper Creations: copper roses and windchimes
Rengoose Creations: Art prints, buttons, bags, cards and more
RNR Originals: hand-knitted creations

At the Market – Thurs, June 16

June 15, 2016

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Vendors for June 16, 2016:

Music:
Luke Stanton

Community Organizations:
Bremerton Family YMCA
Kitsap Public Health

WSU Master Gardeners

Farms:
Abundantly Green: Organic chicken, beef, pork, free-range eggs, produce
Davis Farm – fresh strawberries and flowers!
Gregory Farm / Johnson Orchards: Local produce, plus organic fruit from Eastern WA
Hayton Berry Farm: with strawberries and raspberries
High Point Family Farm: USDA pork and lamb; eggs
KaasHill Farm: Goats milk soaps
Patchwork Gardens – fresh salad greens
Pheasant Fields Farm: Local produce, veggie starts
Shallow Roots Ranch: Variety of farmstead products like creams, soaps, honey, candles and birdseed
Short’s Family Farm: USDA beef
Taylor’s Honey Farm: Local honey
Thong Xiong Garden: Sugar snap peas and fava beans, plus a variety of fresh cut flowers

Prepared & Processed Food:
Alana Lu Hawaiian Barbeque
Carters: Souvlaki and ice cream
CJ’s Evergreen General Store & Catering
Crimson Cove Smoked Specialties
Laughing Dog Kitchen: Vegan and gluten-free baked goods
London Maid Crumpets – crumpets with delicious toppings and packages for home
Mad Moose Pizza: wood-fired pizza
Mama Suzy’s Sweets: yummy baked goods
Tamgo Jams – featuring pear butter, strawberry jam, and a limited amount of peach jam.

Artisans:
Ceramics by Sparks
Diane’s Dezines: jewelry and fused glass
Living4theIamIam: Crochet goods, jewelry, magnets, and more
Museables: Hair accessories for children
Photos by George – variety of Northwest photography
Pottery by Vincent – Unique stamped and formed vessels
Rachel’s Copper Creations: copper roses and wind chimes
Rengoose Creations: Art prints, buttons, bags, cards and more
RNR Originals – hand knit clothing and accessories
Wood Forge Armory – wooden toy shields, swords and more!

Other:
Acupuncture & Wellness Center

At the Market – Thurs, June 9

June 8, 2016

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Ch-ch-ch-cherries!

Last week was our first week for fresh Washington cherries – as well as apriums and raspberries! Each week we will have more delicious produce to delight you!

WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks can be used at the markets as of June 1 — customers with these $4 checks can use them directly with our farmers. Looks for signs like the one in the image above!

Plus, get your face painted at the market this week – by none other than the best, Karesha Peters (aka Ms. K)! All proceeds go toward our Fresh Bucks program!

FARMERS MARKET in MANETTE!

This Sunday, June 12, from 12-4pm, we will be at the Manette Playfield with live music, lots of great vendors and more!

We hope to see you there!

Vendors for June 9, 2016:

Music:
Spare Thyme

Community Organizations:
Bremerton High School Shield Program – bringing vegetable plant starts for sale, with all funds going back to their program!
Kitsap Humane Society – bringing information about their adoption programs and more!
Kitsap Public Health
Kitsap Regional Library Bookmobile
WSU Master Gardeners

Farms:
Abundantly Green: Organic chicken, beef, pork, free-range eggs, produce
Bird Song Acres: Chicken and duck eggs
Davis Farm – fresh strawberries and flowers!
Gregory Farm / Johnson Orchards: Local produce, plus organic fruit from Eastern WA
Hayton Berry Farm: bringing strawberries and raspberries this week!
High Point Family Farm: USDA pork and lamb; eggs
KaasHill Farm: Goats milk soaps
Patchwork Gardens – fresh salad greens
Pheasant Fields Farm: Local produce, veggie starts
Shallow Roots Ranch: Variety of farmstead products like creams, soaps, honey, candles and birdseed
Short’s Family Farm: USDA beef
Taylor’s Honey Farm: Local honey
Thong Xiang Garden: Sugar snap peas and fava beans, plus a variety of fresh cut flowers

Prepared & Processed Food:
Carters: Souvlaki and ice cream
CJ’s Evergreen General Store & Catering
NEW! Copper Pasty
– they’ll have traditional, breakfast and garden veggie pasties for sale!
Crimson Cove Smoked Specialties
Jimini’s
: mini donuts and other goodies
Laughing Dog Kitchen: Vegan and gluten-free baked goods
London Maid Crumpets – crumpets with delicious toppings and packages for home
Mad Moose Pizza: wood-fired pizza
Mama Suzy’s Sweets: yummy baked goods
Tamgo Jams – featuring pear butter, strawberry jam, and a limited amount of peach jam.

Artisans:
Diane’s Dezines: jewelry and fused glass
Inspired by Athena – Now selling hand-dipped incense sticks. Stop by and give them a sniff (plus, even better when lit)
Living4theIamIam: Crochet goods, jewelry, magnets, and more
Made in Manette: hand-sewn and knitted gifts and household items
Museables: Hair accessories for children
Pottery by Vincent – Unique stamped and formed vessels
Rachel’s Copper Creations: copper roses and wind chimes
Rengoose Creations: Art prints, buttons, bags, cards and more

Other:
Handy Andy Magic Man – the professional class clown! Ballons, fun, and more.

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