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For Tuesday, October 6, 2020
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Fearrington Farmers' Market
Tuesdays, 4 - 6 pm
April through November

Another lovely fall day!

Thanks to everyone who has responded to our survey so far!  I'll keep the link open until the end of the day on Tuesday, so if you haven't had a chance to reply yet, please do so now (it's only one question):

FFM Market Extension Survey

Hope you're enjoying this fantastic weather, and we'll see you Tuesday!

Kristen

This Week's Featured Vendors

Click here for this week's map of vendor locations.
 
Beechcrest Farm will be there.  Loving the feel of the cooler nights as fall is here!  It's time to make soups, stews, and chili; we'll have ground beef, and many of you have used ground pork for chili as well.  We'll have a couple of chuck roasts for the crock pot, a great selection of steaks and as always, brats and garlic brats for a great brat/potato/cabbage skillet supper.  See you Tuesday!
 
Bold Bagels will be at the market this week! 
 
If you would like to pre-order for next week, you can do so here starting on Wednesday morning.
 
We will have a variety of bagel chips and our everything seasoning for sale as well!
 
Bonlee Grown Farm
 
Get in the mood for fall with pumpkin bread this week! We'll still have Amy's ever-popular banana bread, too!
 
Looking for chrysanthemums? Bonlee Grown Farm has all different colors and sizes of mums! Call or email us ahead of time so we can bring exactly what you need -- let us pick out mums that are a perfect match!
 
We will also have sweet peppers and hot peppers: fiesta, cayenne, scotch bonnets, and all colors of sweet peppers!
 
Dianthus, pansies, and snapdragons are frost hardy and will last through the winter. The bright, clear autumn sun is great for succulents -- stop by to learn which succulents and houseplants do well in your specific location. We love to help you take care of your plants!
 
In the kitchen we have fig jam, blackberry, strawberry fig, and local honey! Pickled okra, chow chow, hot pepper relish, pickled squash, bread and butters, kosher dill pickles and more! 
 
To preorder, email us at amyraysugg@embarqmail.com 
or call/text 919-548-0977.
 
Stay safe and thanks for buying local!
 
Amy and Ray Sugg
and Jessica
 
Cool Springs Farm will be there with curly green and dinosaur kale, mixed kale, collards, red and watermelon radishes, salad turnips, bok choi, arugula, kohlrabi, onions, bell peppers, okra, butternut squash, pie pumpkins, and a few cucumbers. 
 
You can preorder at 919-499-7689. We also have prepay at paypal.me/coolspringsfarm
 
Stay safe and thank you for your orders!
Edgar and Gail


Four Oaks Farm will have lettuce, peppers, kale, winter squash, white turnips, arugula, and a few flower arrangements.
 
Honey Bee Hills Farm
 
Order all of your organic goodness on our website no later than 7 AM on Tuesday each week. This week we have organic salad mix, greens, radishes, hakurei turnips, peppers, eggplant, okra, squash, garlic, and more. We also still have a few slots available for our fall/winter CSA, which starts this week. Details here.
 
In Good Heart Farm

Hello Fearrington market goers, 
 
Ben will be at market with the following items (and probably a few more surprises): 
  • arugula
  • dandelion greens
  • garlic
  • ginger stalks
  • hakurei salad turnips
  • kale
  • lemongrass
  • mustard greens
  • rainbow chard
  • sweet potatoes
See you then!
 
Off Grid in Color is your local Meat Boutique offering quality meat that is sustainably raised with love, mother earth, and you in mind.

We offer an array of pasture-raised chicken and forest-raised pork. All animals are raised outdoors (eating all the grass, bugs, and grubs they can find) and given non-GMO feed. 
 
This week we have chicken and pork cuts! 
 
Chicken: drumsticks, thighs, bone-in breast, and boneless/skinless breast
 
Pork: Pork chops, various roasts, and sausage (mild, chorizo links, and garlic brats). No bacon till the end of the month. Only a few left of each of our roast! Our garlic brats are going fast -- try them this week!
 
Pre-orders are strongly recommended and due
by Monday by 9pm using this link.  

Keep up with OGIC through our socials. We have some fun events coming up the next few months! 

Email
Instagram (most active and up-to-date)
Website
Facebook
 
Perry-winkle Farm
 
I am sure that you will remember the trouble that Peter Rabbit caused Farmer McGregor, well, we are have rabbit problems ourselves... they are eating our (your) beans!!  We have been wondering why our next planting of beans has been slow to mature, now we know that rabbits have been eating most of them.  Bummer!  We will do our best to bring another basket or two this week, hopefully some Italian flat beans and some more green beans too.
 
We do know that we will have arugula, lots of sweet peppers (bells and Anaheim style that are great for stuffing), several types of spicy peppers and more of our Terra Rosa potatoes.  The main star of the flower department this week will be our Salvia leucantha (Mexican sage).  We will be sure to bring more bunches this week, we felt bad that they sold out so quickly last week.  There will also be a rack full of mixed bouquets, some bunches of sunflowers, a bucket of colorful zinnias and a bucket of glads.  And there will be eggs from our pastured hens.
 
with gratitude,
Mike Perry and Cathy Jones
Growing for our neighbors since 1991
 
Red Roots Farm will be at market this week with salad mix, arugula, okra, tea hibiscus, maybe a few beets, and CBD products. CBD may be ordered in advance at https://red-roots-farm.square.site/ (market pickup and ship-to-your-door available).
 
Screech Owl Greenhouses will be at market this week with lettuce, cucumbers, Swiss chard, kale, cress, arugula, cutting celery, dandelion greens, oregano, Italian oregano, lemon balm, lemongrass, sage, chives, mint, thyme and (drumroll) ... catnip for the kitties!
 
We are 7 weeks away from harvesting Screech’s delicious tomatoes! Tomatoes all winter, November through July. 
 
See you Tuesday, and thank you all for your continued support!
Screech and Crew
 
Sour Bakery will be at market on Tuesday!

Breads we will have are: Classic Sour, Whole Wheat, Cinnamon Raisin, Olive and Salted Rosemary
For pastries we will have: Sourdough Pretzels, Classic Croissant, Chocolate Croissant, Sugar Twists, Apple Pull-Apart, Crackers (Classic, Rosemary, Onion Cheddar, Black Pepper Parmesan, Everything, Herb Garden, Roadhouse) and Scones (Pumpkin S’mores, Sweet Potato Gingersnap, Lavender Lemon Curd, Mexican Hot Chocolate ).
 
Please visit our website at: www.sourbakery.com to preorder for Tuesday's market!
 
If you preorder, please plan on arriving after 5pm to avoid waiting in a long line!
 
Thank You,
Sour Bakery
Janee & Knowles
 
Sweet Little Something

I will be at the market this Tuesday with no fewer than five different cakes to choose from: vanilla cherry, carrot cake, layered chocolate and hazelnut praline cake, apple calvados sponge cake with lightly caramelized cinnamon mousse, and last but not least, a mango passionfruit and coconut. It might be hard to choose...
 
Head to the site to place your order and I'll see you on Tuesday, my friends.
 
Looking forward to your smiling faces!
A
 
Triangle Urban Farm won’t be at the market this week and we will miss you! Please visit us at tufproduce.com for home delivery options of TUF goods.

Thank you so much for your incredible love and support!

Eat well. Be happy.
Kim
 
Turtle Rock Gardens will be at market this week with mixed market bouquets, maybe some dahlia-only bouquets, dried flowers wreaths, and heirloom decorative corn.  See you Tuesday!
 
The following vendors also plan to be at market this week:

The Barking Bedlie
Botanist & Barrel
Cane Creek Farms
Eco Farm
Gramma D's
Grand Hope Farm
Pomegranate Kitchen

 
Visit our website to learn more about all of this season's vendors.
 
'Tis the season for mums! Bonlee Grown Farm has got you covered.
New this week from Bold Bagels: bagel chips!
A beautiful common buckeye on celosia at In Good Heart Farm.

Share the Local Food Love!


Visit Beth and Lily at the CORA donation station! They collect and buy fresh food at the market for folks in need and deliver to the Chatham Outreach Alliance food pantry every week. 

For more information, visit www.corafoodpantry.org.
Perry-winkle Farm is bringing the vibrant purple blooms of Salvia leucantha, aka Mexican Sage.
Coconut mango passion fruit cake? Yes, please!
Check out the gorgeous dahlias grown by Turtle Rock Gardens!
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