May 29 2019

Busy Farmers’ Market Sunday!

Join us at the Dvoor Farm, Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Join us at the Dvoor Farm, Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Bring your little ones to our Farmers’ Market this Sunday when we’ll welcome Bricks for Kidz, which offers a variety of hands-on activities for children.

Kids can play at a classic LEGO® bricks table, a table with machines made from LEGOs® to create spin art, or a building table where they can construct motorized models with the help of a project kit.

They can also check out several displays of different motorized and robotic LEGO® models.

This week, our market welcome back Phillips Farms. You’ll find plenty of berry-licious, fresh-picked strawberries, along with an assortment of seasonal greens and loads of produce. Comeback Farm, Sandbrook Meadow Farm and AquaSprout Farm will all have fresh produce too.

Our local farmers will also have all-natural meats including beef, chicken and pork; bread; cheese; garlic; honey; pastry; pies, native plants, fresh-cut flowers and starter plants. We’re at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St., Flemington.

Here are a few of this Sunday’s special deals and other noteworthy items from your local farmers and vendors:

Apple Ridge Farms has introduced a new farmers basket series: Onion Einkorn bread. They are calling it French Onion Herb, and it has roasted onion stock, fresh herbs and whole einkorn flour.

Burek by Zeni: Don’t feel like cooking? Burek by Zeni has what you’re looking for! This week Chef Zeni is making a special Mediterranean dish: fish with onions. It features fresh wild-caught boneless cod fish cooked with onions and herbs in the oven.

Comeback Farm is offering a special this week on its culinary herb bouquets: Buy a bouquet of all four herbs for just $9. With grilling season in full swing, Comeback Farm suggests tossing some of its tasty bok choi on the barbecue. Cut the bok choy in half long ways and dress it in olive oil and sea salt. Char on high heat and serve with your choice of dressing.

For dressings, Comeback suggests:

  • Farm Chimichurri — finely chop cilantro, parsley and scallions in with olive oil and red wine vinegar. Season to taste with salt, pepper, crushed red pepper.
    Dilly Sauce — finely chop dill into sour cream (or Greek yogurt), lemon juice, mustard and ground black pepper

Fired Up Flatbread Food Co.’s truck will roll up again to our Farmers’ Market, after a week away, to whip up delicious pizzas made with farm-fresh ingredients.

Madison N Co. Pet Treats: Due to an unfortunate accident, our newest vendor was a last-minute scratch from our weekly lineup of market participants, but it will attend this week! Madison N Co. will offer an array of dehydrated treats your pet will love: ground beef, chicken, turkey, turkey bacon, steak and chicken breast. You’ll also find peanut cookies, cheese treats and tuna treats.

Neshanic Station Apiaries: Don’t forget to enter Neshanic’s new weekly drawing for your chance to take home a free jar of creamed honey. And, come see its observation hive and bees.

Sandbrook Meadow Farm will have pea and sunflower shoots, micro greens, kale, chard, kohlrabi, strawberries, and plant starts, and probably eggs. And, coming soon will be lettuce and spinach! Sandbrook Meadow is still accepting CSAs for this year. You can pick up your CSA share at our Farmers’ Market! Learn more and register on Sandbrook’s website.

The Yard Farmer is having a sale this Sunday on 2.5-inch pots of tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, tomatillos, squash and cucumbers. If you haven’t gotten your gardens in yet, or found space to fit one more plant, stop by. The normal price of $3 will be knocked down to just $2 per pot! And don’t hesitate to contact The Yard Farmer with questions about creating a new garden or renovating an existing garden at 484-935-3354 or


Yoga at the Farmers’ Market returns with Beatriz Velasquez at 8 a.m. — please note the early start time. Start your week feeling relaxed and rejuvenated!

Visit our website here for our complete yoga schedule and more information!

Great Eats for the Week

Sautéed Radishes with Bacon

What You’ll Need:

2 oz. chopped slab bacon
¾ pound red radishes, halved (quartered if large)
2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
½ teaspoon sugar
¼ cup fresh flat-leaf parsley leaves
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
What to Do:
Cook bacon in a medium skillet over medium heat until fat begins to render, about 3 minutes. Add radishes and cook, tossing occasionally, until radishes are tender and bacon is crisp, 8–10 minutes. Pour off all but 1 Tbsp. fat. Add vinegar and sugar. Toss with parsley; season with salt and pepper.
Courtesy of Bon Appétit


If you missed guitarist Keith Calmes at our opening day Farmers’ Market fear not: He’s back this week to perform under our music tent from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. While typically considered a classical guitarist, Calmes dips into jazz and rock. His performance credits include a Carnegie Hall recital debut, concerti with the Monmouth Symphony, a performance with Carlos Barbosa-Lima, and concerts with flautist Marjorie Koharski. Mr. Calmes has also performed at the Nicholas Roerich Museum in New York City and the chapel of the United Nations. You can preview his talents here!

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