A reminder that there will be no Market Friday after Christmas, but our members will be back at it the day after New Years, every Friday 9 to 1.
All the farmers at the market wish all our friends and customers a happy and healthy holiday season.
** Fire Flower Farm
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a joyous New Year
from Fire Flower Garden and Pottery!
The solstice is near! Here are best wishes looking forward to a good growing season in 2015.
Plans for next year’s flowers are under way, consider a few dahlias for late summer spectacular blooms in your gardens. See you in the spring.
** Enchanted Kitchen
Enchanted Kitchen at Fire Fly Farm will have treats for your holiday stocking stuffers and gifts~ our biscotti are fabulous for this….we will also have our all Maine and organic sriracha bottled up! If you don’t want to shop hungry, stop over for a steamy hot made to order crêpe with Maine ingredients~
See you at market!!
** Highland Organics
Looks like Frosty the Snowman will be coming to market with some great gift giving ideas for you. Come check out what he has to offer! We have new tea flavors made with our blueberry tea and we are offering sustainably and ethically harvested chaga teas. We have Chaga & Lemon Verbena Tea Bags and Blueberry, Chaga, Cinnamon Tea Bags to name a couple. Come check out our variety packs, they make great gifts too. We also have our own Chaga Skin Cream! I whip a chaga concoction into 2 different oil bases of highest quality oils and I use my own bees wax with fun essential oils. Flavors like peppermint, orange, lemon and real Madagascar vanilla! And of course we will have our frozen organic blueberries on hand. See you at the market!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from our farm to you. Thank you for supporting our campaign for REAL FOOD and TEA FOR REAL PEOPLE in 2014. We look forward to serving you and your family and friends again in 2015!
** Peacemeal Farm
Give the gift of organic veggies this year! There aren’t many gifts as useful as healthy food. Some ideas for that special someone include bags of dry beans, potatoes, carrots or onions. How about a favorite winter squash or two? If you can’t decide on a specific storage vegetable gift, we will have gift certificates that can be used at market next year.
** Half Moon Farm
Wishing all of our wonderful customers a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
If you need a last minute gift or hostess gift consider us! John’s hand carved wooden utensils are the perfect gift for any cook. All cook’s appreciate them from beginners to seasoned long timers.
We ship our jams, jellies, fruit butters and chutneys all year long so it’s never too late. We do not charge for packing so your cost includes only the usual shelf price of our products plus priority maishipping which takes only three business days to arrive.
** Plymouth Pond Farm
We are planning on having plenty of our regular items this Friday as well as a limited supply of Christmas Stollen, Challah, and Swedish Tea Rings.
** New Beat Farm
Happy Holidays from New Beat!
What better way to celebrate and give thanks to the bounty of what the season has provided for us than with a nice roasted leg of lamb! Our lamb spent the whole season grazing on our lush pastureland, rotationally grazed to keep them, and our fields, healthy and free of conventional wormers and antibiotics. Enjoy this truly solar powered protein and taste the green of summer! Along with our lamb we will have a whole bunch of great root veggies to roast alongside you lamb or other dishes. We also will have our lovely Flowersprouts again this week as well as the last of our Hakurei Salad Turnips! See you Friday!
** Brae Maple Farm
New needle felted ornaments from Brae Maple Farm. Snowmen with lobster, sheep or garden tools.
** Appleton Creamery
Check out our cheesy Christmas Tree! We still have plenty of Camdenbert in small rounds and full wheels, in goat or cow milk, for your holiday entertaining. Also, this will be the last week for Granite Kiss, Sennebec, grape leaf rounds, and aged chèvre, as the goats are drying off for their winter maternity leave. We still have plenty of cheese aging on the shelves and stockpiled in the freezer, but some varieties won’t make a reappearance until spring!
See you at market!