Come to the Canterbury Community Farmers Market this Wednesday, August 21st from 4- 6:30 p.m. and plan a meal featuring pasture-raised chicken, pork, beef, bison, (yes, bison in Canterbury!) bacon, sausage, etc. This is an opportunity to meet the farmer and ask how their meat was raised. You won’t get THAT at the grocery store!
To round out the plate, our local vendors will also have a good selection of fruit and veggies, dairy, eggs, maple, and sweet stuff, fresh baked goods, flowers, pickled produce and fruit jams, and selected crafts.
Below is just a tiny sampling of what our hard-working vendors have to offer this week. Check to see what ready-to-eat goodness is available this week! There is no reason to be hungry at the Market!!
Brookford Farm – 100% grass-fed beef, pastured pork and chicken, bacon and ground beef. For a specific cut, email them at email@example.com and they will bring it to the market for you. They will also have krauts, organic vegetables, and 100% grass-fed dairy. Don't miss out on their famous grilled cheese sandwiches this week!
Gilded Fern Farm – Lamb for sale this week, raised in Contoocook and USDA packaged.
Lofty View Farm – Broilers and chicken breasts plus pies, baked goods, homemade soda, freshly cut bouquets, raw goats milk and feta.
Marsh Meadow Bison – Bison steak, stew and pot roast from our own Canterbury herd.
Our Place Farm – Pork products are still 20% off. Possibly some peach jam so wander all the way to the back to check!
Red Manse Farm – Corn, peppers, eggplant, basil, onions, summer squash, cucumbers, zucchini, plus maple syrup, salsa, and canned goods. Organic apples and pears available again this week too.
Sanborn Meadow Farm – Tomatoes galore! Plus lettuce mix, arugula, kale, chard, onions, green beans, and loads of cucumbers, zucchini and summer squash.
Cookies And Cakes Hooray – is our sweet baker this week. Look for 24 Karrot Baking next week!
Live Market Music
Live music this week provided by Canterbury’s own Tim Gurshin, a veteran New England singer/songwriter with a sound that blends all the elements of Americana. With expressive vocals, accompanying himself with acoustic guitar and harmonica, he delivers songs with solid musical construction and evocative lyrics.
Get your gardening questions answered as the UNH Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners will be back this week. Stop by their table and see what nuggets of knowledge they have to share!