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The best pumpkin pie starts out with a good, ripe, fresh sugar pie pumpkin.  Cut the pumpkin in half and place face down on a baking sheet. Bake at 425 until it collapses, then let cool. Once cool it will be easy to peel the skin off, scoop out the seeds and mash. It will be juicy. Four cups will fill a deep dish pie pan.



The filling recipe is slightly modified from the original Moosewood Cookbook by Mollie Katzen.
          4 cups mashed pumpkin
          ¾ cup honey
          2 Tbsp. Molasses
          ¼ tsp. Powdered clove
          3 tsp. Cinnamon
          1 ½ tsp. Ginger
          1 tsp. Salt
          4 eggs slightly beaten
          1 cup milk
Mix in order given and pour into pie crust in a deep dish pie pan. If you have a standard pie pan, decrease the quantities of milk and pumpkin, but leave the rest the same. Bake at 375 until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean.


This pie crust recipe is adapted from my late mother-in-law's home economics book from 1929. She would never have used a food processor.
          1 ¼ cups unbleached white flour
          6 Tbsp. (¾ stick) cold hard unsalted butter
          1/8 tsp. Salt
Mix in food processor until butter is evenly distributed in small bits. Slowly drizzle in a scant ¼ cup cold water while processor is running until dough holds together into a ball. Roll out on a floured board with a floured rolling pin and turn into pie plate.
Mary Crane

Music at the Market

Music this week voice and Ukulele performed by Sophie Theriault.

Music partially sponsored by Duvall Foundation for the Arts.

Children's Booth Activities

Farm, Fruit and Vegetable Coloring pages, crayons, sidewalk chalk and small toys.

Vendors October 15


Ayala Farm

Seasonal vegetables & fruits

Cha New Life Gardens

Seasonal vegetables, fruits & flowers

Local Roots Farm

Seasonal vegetables, flowers & herbs

Martin Family Orchards

Seasonal Tree Fruit: Peaches, Plums, Pluots, Apples, fruit spreads &  cider

River Willow Farm

Seasonal vegetables & Flowers


Cherry Valley Dairy

Butter, soft cheeses, hard cheeses.  Quail eggs..


Squaw Creek Cattle Company

Grass-fed beef with brewer's grain finishing. Individual packages of steaks, roasts, hamburger & other specialty cuts.oils.


314 Pie

Australian-style savory and sweet pies

Cremazen Coffee Roasting

Coffee Samples and bagged Coffee

Georgia's Bakery

Full array of baked goods

Pinckney Cookie Café

7 flavors of cookies, with gluten-free & Vegan options available

Thyme and Season

Dried soup, hummus and meat kits and seasonings

Veraci Pizza

Wood-fired thin-crust pizza with choice of toppings


CH Wool

Wool yarns, wool rugs & wool products

Heavenly Soap

Handcrafted scented soaps, shampoos and conditioners

Art Jewelry by Martin-Robinson Productions

Hand-knitted hats & Hand-beaded gemstone jewelry

 Yarn Mountain Designs

Fiber and yarn baskets & trivets


Picolla Cellars

Wine packaged in eco-friendly totes. Wine tasting is offered this year.


King County Metro’s In Motion program will have an information and sign up booth at the market October 8 and October 15. The program provides opportunities for residents to try new ways of getting around including using the bus, walking, bicycling, and carpooling instead of driving alone, and rewards them for doing so. Residents who pledge to drive less will receive their choice of a free ORCA card, good for two weeks of unlimited travel, or a travel mug. Stop by our booth or visit the website at to sign up.

Market Logo Bags

Stop in the Market Info Booth and pick up your Market Logo Tote for an $8 donation.
Fold the large tote into the small attached pouch and hook it onto your keys, purse or belt loop.

Duvall Farmers Market Accepts
Debit, Credit & EBT

Please come to the Info Booth to scan your cards.

Fresh Bucks, FMNP WIC & SR
Matching Programs

Duvall Farmers Market will match the first $10 of EBT and up to 2 FMNP WIC or Senior vouchers each Market day. Please come to the Info Booth to receive your cards to purchase fresh produce.
Thank you to our generous anonymous donors for supporting this program.

As A Courtesy to our Neighboring Businesses:

Please use the designated Farmers Market parking in the lot by the old Union Bank building or parking available on the surface streets. ATM available at the Texaco station for cash.
Duvall Farmers Market appreciates support from the following local businesses:


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Our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 219, PMB 190
Duvall, WA 98019

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