Sep 03 2014

Storytelling Series Continues at Farmers’ Market This Weekend

Summer may feel like a distant memory now that your children are back in school, and life has resumed its hectic pace. Don’t forget to take a break from that crazy schedule and stock up on healthy, local food by visiting our Farmers’ Market this Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Ken Galipeau and Carol Titus

Our Storytelling Series continues this Sunday with tales and songs about green and growing things from Carol Titus and Ken Galipeau.

Titus and Galipeau will spin tales in the Dvoor Farm house at 10 and 11:30 a.m. Titus is co-founder of the New Jersey Storytelling Network, and has been delighting audiences with stories for more than 15 years. Galipeau is a collector of stories, songs and poems that touch both hearts and funny bones. He will tell a few stories and sing a few songs.

Anyone interested in attending is encouraged to register by calling the Land Trust at 908-237-4582 or emailing

Storytelling Series sponsors are Flemington-based Twice Told Tales/The Moonstone Mystery Bookstore and Act 2 Books.

Go here to check out the Sept. 2 Jersey Fresh Availability Report.

Land Trust Special

Purely Farm is offering 10 percent off chipped pork, pork cutlets and sweet Italian sausage as this week’s Land Trust Special. Visit our booth to pick up your coupon to take advantage of this great deal.

Purely Farm, located in Pipersville, Pa., raises naturally pastured chicken, turkey, pork and lamb. They are a small diversified farm dedicated to sustainable agriculture, the humane treatment of animals and an organic way of life.

Looking for something delicious to do with that pork? Try this cutlet recipe provided by Joanna Michini of Purely Farm:


Joanna’s Favorite Pork Cutlet Recipe

1 package purely pork cutlets
Salt and pepper as well as other favorite seasonings
Flour, 2 eggs and olive oil
1 chopped onion and vegetables (corn, fresh peas, zucchini, beans)

1. Tenderize pork cutlets on both sides then season
2. Dredge cutlet through flour, dip in beaten eggs and cover in bread crumbs
3. Heat olive oil in large skillet, add cutlet and brown
4. Turn cutlet in pan until crust forms then remove and keep warm
5. Add onions and vegetables to the pan in leftover oil. Serve as a side.

Vendors that sell ingredients in this recipe:
Purely Farm -— Pork Cutlets


Kaleidoscope will perform jazz, blues and acoustic rock under the music tent.

We’re located at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St. off the Route 12 circle in Raritan Township.

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