July

Following is a typical list of items available from our vendors which may change week to week seasonably.

From Suzie’s Sweets you can expect her usual array of cookies, muffins with a little extra brownies, almond cake, pound cake perfect with a side of fruit and whipped cream and of course pie, pies and more pies.

Patty Bramley with Buck Mountain Herbs will be offering New! Seasoning Mixes of fresh cut herbs:

Savory Mix; Lemony Mix, Italian Mix 
Red, White and Blue Tussie Mussies and an explanation of their meaning ,
fresh cut bunches of Thyme
potted herbs
and her recipe of the week: Herb Cheese Tea Sandwiches
 
Long Meadow Farm’s assortment of locally raised and grown products include eggs – pasture raised
pork – heritage breed
beef – 100% grass-fed and pasture-raised (no grain)
our organically grown lettuces, kale & swiss chard
more specifically:hot dogs (100% beef, no additives, no nitrates, natural casing)
ground beef
pork ribs (large racks)
maple breakfast sausages
hot, sweet & saucices sausages
ground pork
steaks (sirloin, porterhouse, rib eye, ny strip)
short ribs – last week we had incredible korean barbecue with our short ribs
loin pork chops
loin pork roasts
WHOLE beef tenderloin (filet mignon)
stew beef (for shish kabob etc.)
bacon: hand-sliced, no nitrates
our homemade liverwurstand much more
order ahead please IF it’s easier for you (860) 248-0089  or e-mail thomaskl1@mac.com
 
 Carol Bonci will delight you this week with
Panino Melanzane
Pane Paesanella
Roasted Pear Gorgonzola Focaccia
Tomato Feta Focaccia
Sesame Celtic Salt Rolls
Kalamata Rosemary Focaccia
Chevre Herb Rolls
Pizza Margherita
 
As usual, Lost Ruby Farm will have goat cheese. This week definitely chevre and dessert chevre.
 
Mother House  will be at the Market with delicious nutritious Bantam Bread and cheese from Sprout Creek Farm, new this season their soft cheese, absolutely delicious.Other products are organic cotton T-shirts designed by Debra Tyler, notecards by Jean Tyler, calendula salve, milk ‘n honey soap, Cloverdale detergent, beautiful cotton aprons made by our Camp Eureka staff, and MOOre!!! All profits help Motherhouse offer their many programs at family-friendly prices.
 
Ridgway Farm’s assortment of produce is slowly expanding and always offers surprises we may not have listed here. So far for this week  they are preparing to bring peas , strawberries , squash , beets , lettuce of all variations , spinach , perhaps leeks, radishes, basil plants ,eggs and Maple syrup.
Birdseye Tanner Brooks Farm will have sheepskins & fabulous wool also certified 100% Grass Fed  Ground Beef , Short Ribs , Brisket , Cube Steaks , Sirloin , Chuck Steaks , Beef Liver , Tongue .
From the Lamb ( birth – one year of  age) Leg of Lamb , Denver Style Lamb Ribs & ground Lamb .
Hogget ( domestic sheep one – two years of age ) Organ Meets , Hogget Shoulder , Ground Hogget .
Also available some Mutton ( domestic sheep two years and up of age ) items & fresh eggs raised by Dave & Jane Bean
 
Let’s not forget the beautiful bouquets by Margaret Tully to adorn any festive 4th of July Picknick .
The Cornwall Soap Company will be present with Beard oil among their other body care items , Jennifer Markow with Strings & Stones of Cornwall offers hand made Jewelry and Bags , Hurlburt Farm & Forestry Beef and Maple Syrup , Love Heart’s Bakery Ginger cookies, Quick breads , Cinnamon Buns , Brownies and more.
 

Also look forward to Cornwall 275 Year Anniversary T-shirts and Baseball Caps!!!!

Hope to see you all at the Cornwall Farm Market 9-12:30.
Support your neighbor , strengthen your local economy!
Richard & Bianca
 



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