Shop for the Holidays at the Winter Farmers’ Market

Thank-you to all who came to our Winter Farmers’ Market last week-end and showed your support for local food! Plan to join us when we return this Saturday, December 10th, at the Exeter High School in Exeter, NH, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There’ll be lots to choose from to fill your cupboards or for gift-giving — make your holiday a local one!

For some holiday inspiration, here’s a slideshow from last week-end’s market!

Many vendors are offering gift baskets or unique items that would make a special gift this season, or pick up one of our made-in-NH-from-recycled-materials tote bags and fill it with your choice of goodies. Make a tote with breakfast foods from the market, and select from the teas, coffee, coffee cake, maple syrup, eggs, and bacon on offer. For an herb lover, gather up dried herbs, herb salt, or a an herb plant as a welcome winter present. Maple syrup, honey, wool items, soaps, and gift tokens from the Seacoast Eat Local info booth are all great gifts for kid’s teachers, neighbors, and colleagues. Stock up on these small items to have on hand during this busy season.

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  1. Posted December 7, 2011 at 7:46 am | Permalink

    Brookford Farm has beautiful cheese baskets, too! We’re set up to do shipping and have a great range of gifts, including cutting boards, cheese knives, and a huge variety of cheeses.

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