From: Robin Shuster
Sent: Saturday, June 18, 2022 5:22 PM
Subject: Shopping for Juneteenth and Father's Day
Market weather is coming Sunday just in time to commemorate and celebrate both
REID's ORCHARDS turns into a
popup nursery every year at this time so you can find all the herbs and
tomatoes and peppers and vegetables and Geranium and other annuals you need to
beautify your gardens and patios and balconies -- and make your cooking
herbalicious. So here is a partial list: Many kinds of sweet and hot
peppers with their scoville heat ratings so you know if they are hot enough for
the chileheads. Tomatoes include heirloom, cherry, grape and good old delicious
hybrid red. onal Geraniums, Mosquito Shocker Geraniums. Racks of
bedding plants. Strawberries, Apples and Reid's own preserves and canned good.
AND LOTS OF Reid's STRAWBERRIES.......
KING MUSHROOMS: 8 kinds of 'shrooms including various colors and size
of oyster mushrooms, shiitakes, hen of the woods, lions mane.
NUMBER 1 SONS: Cucumber Pickles:Half
Sours, Crispy Koshers, Horseradish Pickles and Honey Habaneros. Ramp
Kraut. Salsa Verde, Giardiniera. 2 kinds of Kimchi: Sons and Kicky. Krauts:
Rosetido, Mustard,Ramp. Thai Gold Beets. Kombucha: 3 classicflavors and
GROFF'S CONTENT: Grass Fed Meats: Beef
(steaks, roasts, ground, sausages, patties, short ribs etc).
Pork (chops, bacon, roasts, ribs, ham, hocks, sausages etc). Whole
Chickens, some Turkey parts. All Beef Hot Dogs and Half Smokes. Lamb in
roasts and cuts. Pork liver Pâté. Birria. Boeuf Bourguignon, Chicken and Veggie
Soup, Italian Wedding Soup, Beef and Chicken Enchiladas, Beef Chili, Chicken
Pot Pie, Beef Shepherd's Pie.
PANORAMA: Damien and the stand are Back
this week. Croissants, Breakfast Pastries, Muffins, Bear Claws. Danish,
Baguettes, Multigrain, French Boule, Whole Wheat, Rustiques, Petit Pains,
Olive, Sourdough, Focaccia, Challah, Ciabatta. Loaves and Sandwich
breads. Look out for Damien's weekly specials too.
SHENANDOAH SEASONAL: Salad Central: 5 types of
lettuce heads, garlic scapes, fresh herbs, 3 varieties of beets,cherry belle
radish, Hakurei turnips, kale, collards, sprouting broccoli, escarole,
dandelion greens, salad mixes, cabbage, fennel, snow peas. Summer Squash.
GARNER's PRODUCE: Lots of Blueberries and
Strawberries, sugar snap peas, shelled peas, high tunnel tomatoes:
heirloom, cherry, early girl, green beans, broccoli, cauliflower, kales bunches
- red, green, Tuscona, Russian, sorrel, new potatoes, purple spuds, yellow and
green squash, beets, fennel, Bok Choy, Napa cabbage, sweet candy onion, radishes,
swiss chard, collard greens, cukes, lettuces - romaine and salonova
heads. Elephant Garlic and Garlic Scapes, Cilantro, Parsley.
Rosemary. Lavender. Mint. Basil, Cilantro. Dill. Chives. Stoneground Grits and
Stoneground Cornmeal. LOTS of starter herbs and plants.
says: Pies: Apple Crumble, Bourbon Pecan, Sea Salt Chocolae Chess, Salted
Caramel Apple, Cherry. Cookies (Chocolae Chip, Salty Oamteal, Molassses Spice,
Pretzel Cowboy, Snickerdoodle, Vegan: Oatmeal Chocolate Chip, Lemon Poppy
Seed, Chocolate Blackout, Peppermint Chocolate.
CUCINA AL VOLO: Homemade Fettucine,
Bucatini, Strozzapretti, Cavatelli, Mushroom Pappardelle, Smoked Pepper,
Pappardelle, Handmade Gnocchi, Stuffed Squash: Butternut Squash,
Burrata,Spinach and Cheese, Beef Brisket, Buy them frozen and keep them
in your freezer. Toss them into simmering, salted water and they are done
in less than 5 minutes. Perfect fast food as it should be.
CHINESE STREET MARKET: the best Sichuan
dumplings for omnivores and vegetarians, noodles, noodle soup kits, three kinds
of chili condiments. A really local success story. Keep them in
your freezer and you can serve a very special meal in just a few minutes. Use
the chili oil and mala dry chili seasoning to spice up your barbecues and stir
SWIRLY GIRL CREAMERY. So many cheeses: Smokey Gouda, Farmhouse,
Spring Tulip, Smokey Isabelle, Tommy Goat, Peach Butlah, Winter
Morning, Morbier, Goat Manchego, Firetruck, Onamor, Brie, Blue Moon,
Spring Picnic, Gouda, Flower Power, Cranberry Honey, Curds.
Please spread the word and pass this email to a friend:
What: BloomingdaleFarmers Market
Date: Sundays 9-1
Where: First and R NW near the Big Bear Cafe
See you Sunday
Robin and Ted