Thursday, March 3, 2011

Market just keeps getting better

LOMAH Farms adds mild cheddar to their selection of cheeses on Friday, 3-4. Donna was making neu chattel and cheddar cheese curds last night, so they'll be super fresh. She'll also have havarti and Monterey Jack - and larger quantities and a second salesperson to keep up with the demand. (Above - Yes, we were excited about cheese at the last market!)

JJ Blueberry Farm will be back with frozen blueberries grown on their farm in Fairland, Oklahoma. Perfect for baking, these berries also make a healthy, delicious frozen snack.

Also at the market Friday – Marlee’s Dairy with raw milk, Amos Apiaries’ honey, Black Forest House with American and European pastries, Redings Mill with artisan breads, Freda Mae’s with cakes, pies, and fruit breads, Small Cottage Coffee with freshly roasted coffee beans, Broken Wire with eggs and our ranchers with all-natural pork, beef, chicken, lamb, elk and bison.

Jimmi’s will have corn chowder with ham and leeks soup and herb tomato soup with dumplings for eat in or take out. Weather permitting, Bill Adkins will perform from 11 to 1.

The market will be open from 11 to 2 under the market pavilion at the Main Street entrance to King Jack Park.

The Winter Market is open from 11 to 2 on the first and third Friday of each month through April.

Selection and sales begin when the bell rings at opening. The market is located at the Main Street entrance to King Jack Park under the market pavilion. It’s open rain or shine, but not ice or sleet. Customers wanting last minute information on Friday can call 483-8139 or check the market’s facebook page.