At The Market

Welcome back to summer! This Saturday is opening day of the summer market. So we’re moving back to the pavilion. Come on down and meet the new vendors and catch up with all your returning favorites!

This Saturday:  

Riedman Happy Hives will be a buzzing at our opening day under the Pavilion!  We will have all the sweet local honey you love (Spring and Fall)  in 1 and 2 lb jars and YES we will have some Sunkissed honey so get there early if you’ve been wanting some!   BEE there or BEE square!

Kitchen Blessings Baking will be back to the summer market.
The menu will contain Rhubarb & Rhubarb Strawberry pie as well as Red Raspberry.
We’ll have lots of cookies including some gluten free varieties.
There will be fresh Cinnamon rolls, and strawberries & cream scones.
There will also be many kinds of jams & jellies.

Fresh Whole Log Grown Shiitake Mushrooms (Pint & Quart Bags)
Fresh Microgreens Small 1.5 oz containers (Pea, Radish, Broccoli, Mustard, Basic Salad Mix and Spicy Salad Mix)
Pure Maple Syrup Amber/Rich Taste (Gallons, Half Gallons, Quarts, Pints, Half Pints, and Mini 3.4oz)
Products are available til gone.  Pre-Orders may be possible by contacting Kimberly Carney at 607-382-4749.

Ms. Linzy’s Mac ‘n cheese will have Original, Gouda Gruyere Bacon and Pulled Pork ” Hot And Ready” singles, a variety of sizes and flavors of “Freezer Friends, Cookie Topped Brownies, Merchandise and Gift Certificates.

New Vendor Edler Acres will have all cuts of lamb, and some goat cuts. We will also have some gluten free sour cream coffee cake and gf rice Krispy treats.

The Woodland Elf will have a few mixed bouquets, photo greetings, wheat weavings, beeswax tapers, rolled candles, chunky candles, and votives.

New Vendor FLX Popcorn will have our caramel corn, kettle corn and flavored popcorns.

K&S Bischoping will have crunchy apples on Saturday.  A perfect snack on a hot day.

Elsewhere Farms will have cold process soaps, bug spray, lip balm, herbal salves, hand wax and body balm. All of our products are handcrafted in small batches using all natural ingredients. Earlier this year we became licensed as a nursery! We will have perennials such as lamb’s ear, elderberry, black raspberry, mullein, and lady’s mantle available. We will have house plants in clay pots too-aloe, spider and snake plants and a handful of citronella plants. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Seneca Vegetables will have the following: large variety of herbs, bedding plants, pansy pots, petunia pots, hanging baskets, honey and garlic scapes.  Weather permitting, lupine bouquets may be available.

Mrs. Brake’s Spices will be offering:  
ONLY at Mrs. Brake’s Spices- Freshly made.
*Trash Plate Original HOT, but now in Mild! Complete mix (you just need water and the meat)! The more you eat the Hotter it gets…be ready or combine it with jelly/jam to give it an awesome sweet heat!
*Infused Sugar (Rose petal, Lavender, Saigon Cinnamon, Spearmint & Spiced) For tea, coffee, simple syrup or baking!
Mrs. Brakes own fresh made spice Blends, Salt Free blends and Finishing Salts, plus, everyday spices like oregano, parsley and more.
Baking flavors (such as-Lemon, blueberry and raspberry), lavender flavoring, vanilla, Vanilla bean paste
If you would like something specific or have time to look on for inventory, then please call the store at 585-869-5251 to pre-order and I will bring your selection to the market with me!

Bristol Mushrooms is bringing fresh picked Lion’s Mane mushrooms as
well as dried this week. We will also have a full selection of our
Brain Booster Lion’s Mane Powder,  don’t forget to make it a smart part
of your day!

Bristol Hills Lavender and Flower Farm is excited to start the Summer Farmers Market. We are bringing:
Peony bouquets
Peonies by the stem
Peony candles
Lavender candles
Lavender neckwraps
Lavender eye pillows
Lavender salve

CDGA Coffee Co. will be featuring a special blend developed for the Ontario County Historical Society.  12 ounce bags will be available with three unique labels featuring artwork on display at the Historical Museum highlighting the theme “The Fabric of our Lives”.  The Ontario County Historical Society is the June non-profit recipient for the CDGA 10% donation program.

Additionally, CDGA Coffee Co. will have its traditional line-up of favorites:

Costa Rica
DR Congo
Agustino Forest (Colombia)
CDGA Four Country Roast
SBA Blend
House Blend
Special Dark CDGA Four Country Roast
Mexican Decaf
Chocolate Hazelnut
Black Button Bourbon Barrel Aged

Andy’s Specialty Produce will have salad mix, spinach, lettuce, radishes, turnips, onions and potatoes.

New Vendor Seasons of New York will have:
New Entrée
Pork, Shredded with Peppers on Rice
Noodle Bowls
Asian Fusion with Shrimp
Vegan Asian Fusion
Vegan Soups
Gingered Carrot
Sweet Potato and Peanut
Super Vegetable
Vegetarian Soups
Leek and Corn Chowder
Cream of Broccoli
Butternut Squash and Apple Bisque
Soups with Meat
Loaded Backed Potato
Southwest Stew (with ground beef)
Cheesecake with Raspberry Coulis
Cheesecake with Chocolate Ganache
Apple Cheese Torte
Blackberry Wine Cake
Chocolate Ganache Brownies

Clearview Farm will offer Grass grown and finished Angus beef, six kinds of dry beans (black, pinto, red kidney, small red, cranberry, cannellini), catnip, nettles.