Market Highlights: Headhouse Market July 5th

Monday, July 06, 2015


The strawberries may be finished, but nearly every other fruit was available at Headhouse Farmers’ Market on Sunday.  The lovely little plums above were from Three Springs Farm, who also had currants - both red and white - and apricots.  We got our blueberries at Beechwood Orchards, along with a large jar of apple cider vinegar, perfect for quick pickling.  Green Aisle Grocery is now carrying their own prepared horseradish, an item I’ve yet to see at the market.  New potatoes are still available, but tomatoes were still sparse, available only at Queens Farm and A.T. Buzby Farm. 

The beautiful trompe l’oeil berry basket above is from Heirloom Home and Studio of Glenside - a wonderful hostess gift we put to immediate use.

Posted by Donna on 07/06 at 07:48 PM

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