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Come out the Wrightstown Farmers' Winter Mini-Market this Saturday January 25th
Wrightstown Farmers' Winter Mini-Market

Carrots from Roots to River FarmCome out to the
Wrightstown Farmers'
Winter Mini-Market


Come to the market to buy all your warm, nourishing winter foods - great vegetables for roasting and stews, a variety of fresh cheeses, delicious prepared foods, grass-fed and pastured meats, and so much more.

There will also be eggs from pasture-raised chickens, fresh fair trade organically roasted coffee, mushrooms, pastries, cookies, applesauce, cider, Dairy
: Goat and cow milk mozzarella, aged raw milk cheddar, goat chevre, fresh feta, butter, yogurt (plain and vanilla) and smoothies, ricotta, nigella seed string cheese, and crushed red pepper string cheese, olive oils, ketchup, spaghetti sauce, and natural pet foods and treats.

Come too for handmade soaps and lotions and some really cool totes and aprons made from feed bags.

This year the winter mini-markets will be held twice a month, on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, from 10 am to 11 am.  They are held at the usual place--2203 Second Street Pike, in the municipal parking lot at Wrightstown Township building.


To guarantee getting specific products, PRE-ORDER by this THURSDAY for the market on Saturday, January 25th.  All participating vendors are listed below with contact information.

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Save the date! The Bucks County Foodshed Alliance will be holding it's February monthly meeting at Veg-E Systems, a vertical hydroponic farm in Doylestown! The tour takes place on Wednesday, February 5. Potluck begins at 6 pm with tour to follow. Don't miss this fascinating event. Veg-E Systems is located just off Cold Spring Creamery Road at 4030 Skyron Drive, Suite F, Doylestown. For more information: www.BucksCountyFoodshedAlliance.org, Rebecca.BCFA@gmail.com or 215.348.8249.

WHO WILL BE AT THE MARKET?

Vendors are listed in alphabetical order. Be sure to scroll down to see all of your favorites. Make your shopping list and pre-order by contacting the vendor directly.
 
Blooming Glen Farm Fresh greens, root vegetables. No pre-ordering necessary. Contact Trish at bloomingglenfarm@verizon.net
Bucks County Cookie Co. Cookies, brownies, blondies, granola, scones. Contact Susan at kahn50@comcast.net or 267-372-2149. See www.buckscountycookie.com for more info.
Coffee Scoop Fair trade organic coffees; specify whole bean or ground. Contact Karen or Warren at 215-766-7918 or warren@freshcoffeescoop.com or may5841@comcast.net. Check out their website too, where you can order direct: www.FreshCoffeeScoop.com
Caramel Crunchy CookiesCaramel's Crunchy Cookies, all natural pet treats.
Flint Hill Farm Educational Center, Inc Goat and cow milk mozzarella, aged raw milk cheddarsgoat chevres, fresh feta (1/3 goat, 2/3 cow), butter, yogurt and smoothies. Pre-orders for raw goat or cow milk. Call Rebecca at 908.343.0038 and/or contact Kathy at kathy@flinthill-farm.org.
Fulper Family Farmstead Fresh mozzarella balls ($7), ricotta ($8), nigella seed string cheese ($9), crushed red pepper string cheese ($9), plain yogurt ($6), vanilla yogurt ($7). Contact for pre-orders: info@fulperfarms.com or call (609) 651-5991 (email preferred).
Mainly MushroomsMainly Mushrooms FRESH MUSHROOMS: Cremini, Portabella, Shiitake, Maitake, Chanterelle, Yellofoot, Hedgehog, Black Trumpet, White and Black Oregon Truffle. Italian White and French Peragord are available...call ahead for prices. I will not have European truffle on the table. DRIED MUSHROOMS: Porcini, Black Trumpet, Morel, Chanterelle, Candycap, Lobster. OTHER PRODUCTS: Kaffir lime leaves, Madagascar vanilla beans, Truffle oils Contact: Mainlymushroomsllc@gmail.com OR 215.794.7080
Marie's Soaps Handmade, all natural soaps and skin products. Contact Brenda at 610-847-SOAP or mariessoap@aol.com.
MediterraMediterra Olive oil and other specialty oils, condiments. Contact Mohamed Ali at greensourcepa@gmail.com or 215-360-3374. Orders can also be placed online at www.mediterraolives.com
Naturally@Holben Valley Farm All cuts 100% grass-fed beef and chicken. Products available 1/11/14: Ground beef-$6.25/lb.; Beef Patties-$6.75/lb.; Beef Cubes-$7.99/lb.; Chip Steak-$7.99/lb.; Chuck Roast-$7.50/lb.; Round Roast-$7.50/lb.; Eye of Round Roast-$7.50/lb.; Brisket-$7.25/lb.; London Broil-$7.99/lb.; Porterhouse Steak-$13.50/lb.; T-bone Steak-$13.50/lb.; Rib-eye Steak-$13.50/lb.; Sirloin Steak-$11.95/lb.; Short Ribs-$6.25/lb.; Shin Bone-$4.50/lb.; Liver, Heart, Tongue-$4.50/lb.; Chicken Breast-$9.95/lb.; Chicken Thighs-$4.25/lb. Contact Dennis & Carol at 610-298-2566 or naturallyholbenvalleyfarm@hotmail.com. Learn more about our products at www.lehighvalleygrassfed.com.
Nature’s Alive Healing treats and lots of hickory smoked beef bones for the dogs, organic catnip and cat treats, Canine and Kitty Kielbasa, dried liver, frozen dinners for dogs and cats, natural lotions, flea sprays, shampoo, paw balm and holiday gift tins and baskets. Contact Anthony at 215-752-1451. More info at www.naturesalive.com.
Scones from PhiladingPhilading International prepared foods, Scottish scones, gluten free and vegan cookies and pastries. Call 267-287-8591 or contact@philading.com. See www.philading.com for more info.
Purely Farm's Naturally Pasture-Raised Meats Plan your hearty winter meals this month to comfort and warm the whole family. Our pasture-raised lamb will sell out soon so be sure to get your lamb shoulders, chops and ground lamb now or never! Fresh brown eggs. Pork: chops, loin end roasts, shoulder roasts, tenderloins, cutlets, chipped, ground, spare ribs, sweet Italian and country sausage, artisanal sausage (6 varieties), nitrate free smoked ham roasts, slices, bacon and hocks. Lamb: bone-in legs, chops, shoulders, shanks, ground lamb, garlic lamb sausage and soup bones. Turkey:  ground turkey, turkey shanks, standing rib roasts, single breasts, London broils, thighs, drumsticks, tenderloins, half and whole turkeys. Pre-Order to guarantee availability! Contact Marc or Joanna at purelyfarm@gmail.com or 215-317-0889.

Squash from Roots to River FarmRoots to River Farm Transitional organic produce from Solebury PA. Fresh greens, root vegetables, winter squash, popcorn, ketchup and spaghetti sauce. No need to pre-order.
Solebury Orchards Keepsake, Gold Rush, Pink Lady apples - 1/2 peck $8.75, 1/4 peck $4.75; Bosc pears, 1/4 peck $5, quart $3; Apple cider - gallons $5.50, 1/2 gallon $3.75; Apple sauce quarts $4.75, pints $3.50; Apple juice 1/2 gallon $4.75; Apple cider gallons $5.50, 1/2 gallon $3.75; Apple or peach butter $3.25; Homemade pies - pumpkin, country apple, coconut custard--$11--pre-orders recommended; All butter pound cake--small $5, large $8. Pre-orders encouraged. Contact Robin at 215-860-7081 or ecorobinhood@comcast.net.
WhimsyEcoChick, Repurposed feed bags collected from 10 different zip codes designed and sewn into messenger bags and artist aprons. Messenger bags $24, Artist aprons $18 or 2 @ $30. Therapeutic Body Butters, 3 blends: Luxurious Lavender, Sweet Tangerine Dream, Coconut Lime, $15 per 4 oz jar. Contact Marjorie J Mitchell, WhimsyEcoChick@gmail.com or 267.393.5590, WhimsyEcoChick.com

Updates:
Apple Ridge Farm won't be at the market on January 25. They are rebuilding their oven for a few weeks. Stay tuned for February markets.
Bee Well and Rocky Ridge Maple will be at the FIRST market of the month only during the winter.

Milk House Farm Market Will not be at the mini-market but you can buy product every day at their farm, 1118 Slack Rd, Newtown (only 10 minutes from Wrightstown) 7 days/wk, 7am-7pm for handmade soaps, vegetables, eggs, milk and more. Contact Brenda at mhfm@verizon.net.

The Wrightstown Farmers' Market is sponsored by the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance. The market is unique in the wide variety of vegetables, meat and dairy products it features that are grown in Bucks County as nature intended--without pesticides, herbicides, synthetic fertilizers, antibiotics or hormones, and sold by the very people who grew them--"real food with the farmers' face on it."

Contact Robin and Mike Hoy, market managers, at 215-860-7081 or wfm@buckscountyfoodshedalliance.org
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Bucks County Foodshed AllianceAbout the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance
Building a resilient local food system through education and collaboration

BCFA, founded in 2006, works to strengthen our farming economy and improve availability of local, healthy, sustainably grown food by connecting farmers, consumers and other stakeholders in education, government, healthcare and business in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. General meetings, open to the public, are held throughout the year at venues around the county. A 501(c)(3) public charity, BCFA is supported by donations and membership dues.

BCFA also oversees the new Bucks County chapter of Buy Fresh Buy Local® and manages the year-round Wrightstown Farmers Market at 2203 Second Street Pike, open every Saturday, 9 - 1, May through November and for mini-markets held the 2nd and 4th Saturdays December through April.


FOODSHED: the flow of food from the area where it is grown to the place where it is consumed.
   
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