“Fill Your Pantry Market” Vendor List, Part TWO!

Gales Meadow Organic Farm:

Potatoes and Winter Squash, pickles, Paprika, catsup, dried tomatoes, maybe dried peppers

Midnite Oils:
 
Handcrafted soaps with herbs; pain relief lotions & massage oils; body butter: all products contain plants grown locally.
 
N&N Amaro Produce:
 
Winter squash, peppers, potatoes, onions, kale, swiss chard, beets, greens, eggs.
 
Mountainside Herbal Farms:
 
Pumpkins – “Winter luxury,” “Jamboree,” “Fairytale,” and “Kakai”; lettuce starts, kale starts, lemongrass starts, basil starts.
 
Taste of Hungary:
 
Hungary “Kalacs,” “chinny cake,” cabbage rolls, cake, pastry.
 
Jim Dandy Farm:
 
Pears, beets, squash, apples, peppers.
 
Greenwillow Grains:
 
Mill-dated pastry & bread flours, buckwheat, barley & rye flours, rolled oats, red & white wheatberries.
 
Fraga Farmstead Creamery:
 
Goat milk cheeses,
 
Dolce Farm & Orchards:
 
Venus Grape jam, raspberry cinnamon jam, carmel pear butter, spiced apple butter, other various jams/butters/chutney, spiced apple rings (pickled), eggs,  frozen pastured heritage chicken, frozen chicken feet.
 

Here’s the “Fill Your Pantry” Lineup!

AS OF Thursday, OCTOBER 24, here are the items vendors have listed for sale at the Fill Your Pantry Market:
[ We expect more vendors!]

Mountaindale Farms:

Apple butter; Tomato jam; Tomato pepper jelly, Dilly beans; dried Borghese tomatoes; horseradish.

Dairy Creek Farm:

Raw honey; bee pollen; propolis tincture; beeswax candles; bee products: lotionbars, soaps, salves, lipcare; Blueberry honey jam; pickled vegetables: Green beans, honey pickled beets.

Amaro’s Produce:

Eggs; zucchini, potatoes; peppers; quinces; chilacaotes; apples; onions; buttercup squash; acorn squash, roasted peppers.

BigFoot Bread Company:

Bread, cake, cinnamon rolls, cookies, English muffins.

Don Felipe Products:

Frozen green and red Toulacan style chorizo (Mexican Sausage)

B Street Permaculture Farm:

Organic Yukon Gold potatoes; winter squash, Red Garnet Amaranth grain; popping corn.

Bennett Urban Farm:

Coffee By The Cup and 1/2 pound beans/grounds; fresh made jams.

Sweetrock Farm Swiss Bakery:

Whole wheat bread; 100% rye bread; various pastries; baguettes, etc. (Traditional artisan Swiss bread & pastries.)

Three D Ranch:
Garlic varieties; butternut squash.

Fill-Your-Pantry Market!

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The Second Annual FILL YOUR PANTRY Market!

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013

2 to 6 pm

It’s all happening at Forest Grove Grange, 1917 “B” Street!

A once a year INDOOR FARMERS MARKET to finish the season and FILL YOUR PANTRY with winter provisions:

Winter squash, garlic, nuts, grains, jams, carrots, apples, vinegars, pickles,
canned goods, corn, tomatoes, beets, sauerkraut, onions, peppers,
cabbage, potatoes, beans, honey, brussel sprouts, pears, grapes,
cauliflower, parsnips, kohlrabi, broccoli, and all sorts of dried foods.

Concessions available for purchase in the lower level.

Forest Grove Grange 1917 “B” Street

September Events

The harvest season is upon us!  Join in the fun!

Food Preservation Classes will be starting in one week!  On Mondays this month, from 6pm to 9pm there will be $15 Food Preservation Classes offered by Dairy Creek Community Food Web and Washington County Extension on at the United Church of Christ in Forest Grove. This starts on Monday September 9th and goes until the 23rd.  See the flyer posted above for each week’s class focus and for a registration form.

Thursday, September 19th is the next Food Film in our Third Thursday Series…

Cuba_2409This month we will be showing “The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil”.   Free film, free popcorn, thoughtful conversation at the Forest Grove Grange, 1917 “B” Street. Donations are encouraged to support the work of Dairy Creek Community Food Web. “Cuba survived an energy famine during the 1990s, and how it did so constitutes one of the most important and hopeful stories of the past few decades. It is a story not just of individual achievement, but of the collective mobilization of an entire society to meet an enormous challenge.” R Heinberg

Friday, September 27th, is the date for our Salad Supper at the Senior and Community Center.  Be there at 5:30 for a taste of the month’s local bounty.

Third Thursday Food Film for August

We hope you can join us for the August food film at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, August 15th. As usual, it will be offered at our co-sponsor’s location, the Forest Grove Grange Hall. Located at 1917 “B” Street, you will find us screening FOOD MATTERS: YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT (Uh, oh!) and making up the popcorn for all you food-heads.  Of course the film and popcorn are free, as usual, but we do hope you’ll want to make a donation to support our work here in Western Washington County  Please stick around for the follow-up discussion, too.