Tomatoes, Corn and Peaches Anyone??

2203 2nd Street Pike Wrightstown, PA
Next to the Wrightstown Township Municipal Offices
Saturdays 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Rain or Shine


Heirloom tomatoes are abundant, plus corn, peaches and blueberries

WFM is thrilled to welcome back Food Truck Bonjour Creperie!

Relax with a delicious breakfast or lunch crepe, a cup of iced coffee from Coffee Scoop, and a delicious sweet from one of our bakers (Apple Ridge Farm, Bucks County Cookies, Philading and Whisk n' Roll)
Check out the full list of produce and vendors and a description of this week's activities below.
At the Market
Produce - Corn, Blueberries, eggplant, tomatoes, peaches, snap beans, are here! Plus golden and red beets(with tops), broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, fresh garlic(keep refrigerated), several varieties of kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, lettuce mix, onions, new red potatoes, romaine lettuce, scallions, summer squash, Swiss chard.
Herbs - Basil, cilantro, chives, dill, parsley, thyme, mint, sage
Mushrooms - locally grown and foraged
Flowers - Mixed bouquets and sunflowers
Meats - Pastured beef, pork, chicken, chicken parts
Eggs, Dairy - free range eggs, fresh cow milk cheeses
Baked goods - Wood fired oven breads, cookies, and other wonderful baked goods using local ingredients
Prepared foods - soups, salads, sandwiches, and meals to eat at market or take home, plus pickled, fermented and canned/jarred goods
Plus - Coffee, honey, dog treats, crafts, pottery, homemade soaps, and other gift items
New Vendor
We are happy to welcome a brand new vendor to WFM this week - The Wayfare Baker.
The Wayfare Baker is an artisan baking company which produces old world style, naturally leavened sourdough breads. Breads are made with organic whole grains locally grown and milled by hand using a stone mill. The Wayfare Baker will be with us weekly for the rest of the season.

 Kids Activity
Composting Fun with Krista Kopf, Master Gardener
Composting is a fun and easy way to help the environment. Stop by the kids tent to learn all about it and make your own mini composter to take home!

In the Music Tent
Kate Sottile

Kate Sottile is a singer/guitarist who performs locally in Bucks county. Her musical style is a mix of rock, folk and a little bit 'o country. She has recently written and performs originals such as Let Your Light Shine On Me, and Vodka and Cherries, as well as cover songs from the 60's to current songs. She resides in Bucks County with her family and is a fourth grade teacher in Neshaminy School District.

Coming Up

July 30th - Chef Demo
Chefs Dave Mergen and Dave Demko of Just Food(Buckingham, PA) and DelVal Market(Doylestown, PA)
Kid's Activity:  Live Pressed Plant Frames with Wendy Sheahan, Paint in the Moment
In the Music Tent: Cindy Reunes

August 6th - Special Guest Presentation: Food Writer Becky Libourel Diamond
BECKY LIBOUREL DIAMOND is a food writer who specializes in reconstructing eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American recipes. She is the author of The Thousand Dollar Dinner, the unique story of a nineteenth century culinary challenge between Philadelphia chef James Parkinson and the Delmonico family of New York. The result was a luxurious seventeen-course feast that helped launch fine restaurant dining in America as we know it today. She is also the author of Mrs. Goodfellow: The Story of America's First Cooking School.

For The Kids in the Music Tent: ECOMAN! returns! interactive music making for little ones (10-1pm)
and Old Timey Games with Susan Pierson

August 13th TOMATO TASTING DAY AND JR. CHEF DEMO - Sponsored by Organnons
Plus Canning Basics: Save Summer in a Jar! with Susan Pierson and Linda Dansbury

Be sure to read your weekly newsletter to mark your calendars with more awesome market happenings this summer and fall.


Our Vendors

Please visit our website for a description on each vendor.

Apple Ridge Farm, Bee Well Honey, Blooming Glen Farm, 
Bucks County Cookie Company, Caramel's Crunchy Dog Cookies, Coffee Scoop,
New ! Crossing Vineyard and Winery,
Doc Baker’s Farmulations, Fulper Family Farmstead,  
Holben Valley Farm, Hollandview Farm, 
Locktown Farm, 
Lower Mountain Road Pottery, LUHV Food, M&E Cake DeZigns, Mainly Mushrooms, Mediterra, Marie's Soap Co., 
Milk House Farm Market, 
Offbeat Gourmet, Philading, 
Purely Farm's Naturally Pasture-Raised Meats, Promised Land Natural Farm, Ristorante Aida, 
Rolling Hills Farm, Solebury Orchards, The Dog Bone Guy, Truly Pure and Natural, New! The Wayfare Baker, 
Whisk n’ Roll Bakery
Food Truck: Bonjour Creperie

Not in Attendance this week: Bee Well Honey, M&E Cake DeZigns, Philading,
The Dogbone Guy
Featured Vendor

Marie's Soap Company
Marie's Soap Company has been a wonderful vendor at the market for many years.  Their wonderful products are great for your everyday use and also make wonderful gifts!

Their products are all natural and handcrafted in beautiful Bucks County, Pa. They are made with plant-based oils, shea and cocoa butters, herbs, spices, seeds, vitamins E & C and scented with essential oils.

They do not contain chemicals, fillers or harsh detergents. Their soap is very long lasting, lathers beautifully and is skin friendly! They have not been animal tested but were tested on their wonderful family and friends. They are confident you will enjoy and benefit from their original and carefully prepared recipes. Their soap and skin products reflect their commitment to create an all natural and healthy alternative to body and skin care.

All of their soap and creams are made in small batches to ensure freshness.

They are committed to producing products that are good for you and their personally prepared recipes reflect that. They use the finest food grade oils, dried herbs and essential oil blends that give each batch its own originality. Their creativity and constant research allows them to bring you new products from time to time. They hope you love, and benefit from our products as much as we do!

Thank You,

Featured Recipe
Warm Summer Squash & 
Sausage Salad

This is one of my favorite dishes for the summer if I am not grilling.  It all comes together in about 30 min and in a single pan!  Virtually everything in this dish is found at the market.

1 1/4 lb Italian sweet sausage, casing removed (chicken or turkey sausage is good too)
3 Tablespoons olive oil, divided
1 teaspoon dried oregano -- if you want to use fresh, use 1 Tablespoon, chopped fine and add at the end
About a full head of lettuce, or mixed salad greens, torn into bite-sized pieces
2 ounces feta cheese, crumbled
2 cloves garlic, minced
3 medium-sized zucchini and/or yellow squash, sliced into 1/2 inch pieces
2 Tablespoons white wine vinegar
12 or more cherry tomatoes
freshly ground pepper to taste

In a non-stick skillet, cook sausage until well browned, turning frequently. Drain on paper towels.
In a small bowl, combine 1 tablespoon of the oil and oregano. Let stand.
Toss greens and feta together in a serving bowl. 
Wipe out skillet. Heat remaining oil over medium-low heat. Add zucchini and in 1-2 minutes add oregano and oil mixture. Cook until zucchini is tender, about 4 minutes -- add garlic the last minute of cooking. Add vinegar and bring just to a boil. Immediately pour over greens and feta in a bowl and toss well. Add sausage and tomatoes and toss again. Season with pepper and serve immediately. Feel free to add chopped fresh herbs such as basil and/or parsley


A BIG Thank You to our Sponsors!

With the help of generous new sponsors St. Mary Medical Center (Chef Program Sponsor) and Organnon’s Natural Market (Special Event Sponsor) and returning loyal sponsors Univest-Banking, Insurance, InvestmentsFirst National Bank and Trust Company and Wrightstown Friends Nursery School, the market will offer a delightful array of fun and educational programming for the whole community. Thank you sponsors!
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