Winter Farmers’ Market this Saturday in Rollinsford

Winter Farmers’ Market November 22, 10am – 2pm
Wentworth Greenhouses, Rollinsford, NH

 

We’re celebrating Food, Family and Gratitude at the first market of the winter season, featuring locally grown foods perfect for the next big meal with friends and family. You can stock up on squash, potatoes, carrots, and all the ingredients you need for your upcoming Thanksgiving feast. Pick up Maine cranberries from the Seacoast Eat Local table to add an awesome local flair to any meal!

We’re grateful to you for being part of these farmers’ markets and we’re grateful to farmers for their hard work feeding us all. Share the news with your family and invite your friends. Join us this Saturday for the opening market of the season!

recipesGet inspired with recipes! 
Eating with the seasons is delicious and easy when you can pick up so many different things all in one beautiful location.  Recipe cards are available at the market info table and we add more ideas to our Pinterest page all the time. Get inspired and find a new dish or learn a new way to enjoy an old favorite! Share your favorite recipes with us and share ours with your friends and family!

Check everything on your shopping list at the Winter Market! 

Apples, Baked Goods, Bee products, Beer, Beans, Beets, Breads, Cabbage, Carrots, Cider, Chocolates, Cheese, Coffee, Eggs, Flour,  Garlic, Ginger, Greens, Herbs, Honey, Jam & Jelly, Kale, Lettuce,  Milk, Maple Syrup, Meats, Oils, Onions, Pasta, Pies, Pickles, Potatoes, Salad greens, Sauces, Soups, Spinach, Squash, Turnips, Yogurt + a Thanksgiving list!

Check out the interactive Market Map to find where all your favorite vendors will be. You can also search for specific items, find out who has them and what markets they are coming to all using our Product Search Feature!

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