Winter is a great time for soups and stews. My most recent trip to the Belfast Farmers’ Market to scope out possible ingredients didn’t disappoint. I found several different varieties of potatoes, turnips, celeriac, carrots, and oodles of choices for meats, (not to mention luscious rye bread to soak up the gravy.) In an upcoming article I’ll be focusing on the incredible variety of locally raised meats available every Friday from 9 to 1 at the Belfast Farmers’ Winter Market.
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Steve Meres of Plymouth Pond Farm & Bakery (Plymouth, ME) will be joining the Belfast Farmers Market at Waterfall Arts, beginning 5/2, offering New York style bagels, croissants, soft pretzels and flour tortilla wraps. Plymouth Pond Farm & Bakery is a small family homestead and artisan bakery focusing on local & organic food. Photo is of their new pretzel bagel!March 9, 2014 at 3:39 pm
Look how green Maine is! Thanks to Maine Farmland Trust, our Market's now accepting SNAP/EBT benefits, but we're in need of a few good volunteers to staff the table! If you may be interested, please visit: http://www.mainefarmlandtrust.org/how-you-can-get-involved-with-maine-farmland-trust/volunteerMarch 7, 2014 at 10:43 am
Bring your appetites to Market - we're here until 1pm (but don't count on Suecakes savory tarts lasting that long!) Hey, did you hear that Suecakes will be joining us at Waterfall Arts this season?March 7, 2014 at 10:40 am
Billi is here and cooking up crepes! The market is hopping. Come on down!
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