It was another good year at the Westside Farmers Market. I know everyone talks up their market, but the Westside is the best.
This year the market had some great new additions.
Corridor Sausage Co
Featuring a variety of pork, chicken, beef and lamb sausages
Hand Sown Farm
Offering a great variety of fresh veggies
I hope they are back next season.
Inchworm Microgreens and Bakery Recap:
All Made with Organic Flour, Organic Butter, Organic sugar, Organic eggs, Organic spices and fresh local fruits and berries
Sweet and Sour Cherry Pie
(Finally bought a cherry pitter, was hand pitting for hours)
Olive Oil Bread
Smoked Sea Salt Chocolate Cookies
Fresh Ginger Oatmeal Cookies
(Yukon Gold, Kennebeck, Pontiac red, California White, Yellow Finn)
Oyster Mushroom Kits
I was hoping for a Winecap mushroom harvest and better potato yield.
Next Years Plan
Potatoes (5-10 varieties)
Oyster Mushroom and Mushroom Kits
Sprouts and tray grown baby greens
And…. Savory pies (Meat and greens and cheese)
I have been hooked on these meat and greens and cheese filled pies that they sell at the Middle Eastern grocery near me. They are affordable and ready to eat for a quick lunch. And they keep in a frig for a few days.
I want to make and sell them next year for the Farmers Market
This will require the use of a commercial kitchen, which will take some work arrange, but I love the idea of offering meat filled pies like using Corridor sausages and making greens and cheese with the seasonal fresh greens like spinach, arugula, broccoli, kale, chard, collard, beet greens or what is in season.
See You Next Season!!!!