New at the Winter Farmers’ Market!

Winter Farmers' Market, Rollinsford - 11/17/12Seacoast Eat Local’s Winter Farmers Market season opens this Saturday, November 23rd, at Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford, and we’re excited to have so many farmers and vendors returning with an even more diverse array of amazing food. The local food movement continues to grow here on the Seacoast and, for our seventh season, we’re pleased to welcome 11 new farms, fishermen and other food purveyors to tempt even the most seasoned market veteran.

You may already be familiar with Garen’s Greens and Canterbury Bread Shop — both were vendors in the past, in cooperation with Riverside Farm and Brookford Farm, and their businesses have grown enough to have their own booths at the market this year. Stop by to congratulate them, then stock up on local seafood from NH Community Seafood, grab some pickled vegetables from Maine Homestead to bring to your next holiday party, choose from Cracked An Egg Farm‘s assortment of free-range meats, or try some locally made cheeses from Wolf Meadow Farm.

A full list of those new to the Winter Farmers’ Market for November 23rd:

• Canterbury Bread Shop — Naturally leavened bread baked in a wood-fired brick oven, specializing in organic loaves using whole wheat flour from wheat berries grown and milled at Brookford Farm.
• Cracked An Egg Farm — An assortment of free range meats and eggs including lamb and goat meat, rabbit, chicken, guinea, turkey, duck meat, hog and beef.
• Garen’s Greens at Riverside Farm — Fresh produce, specializing in high quality tomatoes, greens and root crops; prepared ethnic foods.
• Maine Homestead — Pickles, dilly beans, salsa, relish, jams, jellies, and other seasonal preserves.
• NH Community Seafood — Offering fresh, off-the boat seafood caught locally by NH fishermen.
• Wolf Meadow Farm Italian artisan cheese, made by hand in small batches using time-honored methods.

And joining us later this season:

Above the Dam Jam — Maine-made jam, pickles, peanut butter, and specialty preserves.
• Bucovina Cuisines — Specializing in Eastern European cuisine, handmade using local ingredient whenever possible.
• Son-Mat Foods — Asian-inspired fermented, vegetarian, and gluten-free foods, handcrafted in small batches.
• The Root Seller — 13 varieties of dried beans, potatoes, onions, seasonal veggies, maple syrup, maple sugar, and wheat berries.
• Two Farmers Farm — MOFGA-certified Organic vegetables, small fruit, and herbs.

Please note, not all vendors attend each market. If looking for a specific vendor, visit our Exeter and Rollinsford market maps. Choose your market date and select a vendor to learn more about them and see where they will be during the market. If you’re looking for something special, you can also search by product.

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