Farmers @ Firehouse Market
Saturday, July 27 in the Strip: 9 AM to 1 PM
2216 Penn Avenue
SFP friend John Heidelmeier is our guest chef!
Stop by to see what he's making of market goodies.
GET 'EM :
Blue Goose Farm has CORN!
Next Life has limited eggplants, cukes.
Mott's VERY LIMITED peaches and blackberries, okra.
Blackberry Meadows Hunter Farm blueberries (organic).
Jon's got plenty of chanterelles ($8/quarter pd), chicken of the woods plus the usual.
Goose Creek Tons of newly harvested honey.
Goose Creek: herbs, flowers, greens.
Mott's: many varieties onions and Italian zukes, cukes, rhubarb, shiso, potaotoes, greens, lettuces.
Next Life: Stutzman blueberries (conventional), edible flowers, dahlias.
Blue Goose: limited tomatoes, lettuces, onions, beets.
EGGS: Various vendors.
Go Lightly Farm (formerly Paradise Gardens)
Chevre, plain and herbed; order ahead bottled goat milk,
plain yogurt, may be ordered in half gallons, feta.
PAMade Cheese Western PA cow's mild cheese selection
Beef. Rose Ridge, full range of cuts and ground - certified organic
Pork. Heilman's pastured raised, full range of cuts.
Najat's, traditional Lebanese dips, hand pies, sweets.
My Goodies, organic, gluten-free peach pie.
Mediterra Bakehouse, all the crusty sweet and sourdoughs you love-- plus desserts.
Rich Westerfield's Coffee, very special cups brewed just for you,
& purchase selected small batch roasted beans.
Motts: preserves and pickles
Next Life. Frankferd Farms organic pancake mixes.
SFP sponsors Pittsburgh's first and largest mostly organic farmers' market. SFP leaders are Market Board members and manage the weekly chef's demos.
Pittsburgh's first & largest mostly organic or Certified Naturally grown farmers' market.
Best Farmers' Market in Pittsburgh, Edible Allegheny 2010; 100 Best Things About Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Magazine; Best Farmers' Market, City Paper Staff Picks.
Quality organic produce including many heirloom varieties, carefully raised meats/poultry, small-batch artisan prepared foods, farmstead/artisan cow and goat dairy products.
Check the Farmers@Firehouse Webiste for more information: