This Week at the Market – April 7, 2019

Hello April! This week Clearview Farm is bringing certified organic dried dill, basil (lemon and holy-tulsi tea), and spearmint; organically-fed 100% grass-grown Angus beef in a variety of cuts (steaks, roasts, burger, liver, and more); buckwheat; and Genesee Valley Bean dry cannellini, black, and pinto beans. Happy Hooves Farm will have pork cuts and sausages from pasture-raised heritage breed pigs, and 100% grass-fed and grass-finished beef cuts, perfect for end-of-cold-weather pot roast, chuck roast, and stew beef from sirloin, plus lots of sale-priced ground beef; all animals are raised on pasture and pigs are supplemented with organic feed containing no soy, no corn, and no wheat.

Bolton Farms will have butterhead bibb lettuce, spring mix, lettuce bouquets, spinach, Swiss chard, beet greens with baby beets, cilantro, micro greens, parsley, bok choi, Red Russian kale, Tuscan kale, curly kale, and red vein sorrel. Lakestone Family Farm will have frozen chicken, drumsticks, spatchcock whole chickens, chicken tomahawks, chicken soup/stock bones, and beets and potatoes.

Stonecrop Farm is bringing pasture-raised heritage breed pork chops, shoulder roasts, steaks, spare ribs, tenderloin, sausage, ground pork, jowl bacon, smoked belly bacon, ham steaks, deli ham, hocks, trotters, organ meats, and rendered lard. Bristol Mushrooms will have fresh-picked certified organic king oyster and lion’s mane mushrooms and Brain Booster Lion’s Mane coffee and powder.

Shannon Brook Farm
 is bringing pasture-raised, heritage breed pork: fresh hams on sale (two for the price of one), no-nitrate smoked ham hocks, spare ribs, ground, soup bones, minute steaks, chops, five types of sausage, and three types of no-nitrate bacon; grass-fed lamb raised on organic pastures: shoulder and leg roasts, four types of chops, shanks, breakfast sausage, soup bones, and organ meats; certified organic, free-range poultry: stew hens, whole and half broiler chickens, chicken necks, pekin ducks, and duck necks; and certified organic free-range chicken eggs.

Fisher Hill Farm  is bringing micro greens, pea shoots, root veggies, cabbage, sweet potatoes, onions, shallots, eggs, Red Jacket juices, and frozen hens, turkey, duck, and stewing hens. Growing Family Farms will have certified organic salad mix, head lettuce, baby kale, heirloom spinach, rainbow chard, potted herbs, organic chicken and duck eggs, Crooked Carrot ferments, and Singer Farm Naturals tart cherry juice. 

Wohlschlegels Naples Maple Farm is bringing maple fudge, bourbon barrel aged maple syrup; maple BBQ sauce; maple cotton candy; maple coated almonds, cashews, and pecans; traditional, cinnamon, and raspberry maple cream spread; maple mustard; pure NYS maple syrup in golden, amber, dark, and very dark; granulated maple sugar; maple garlic rub; maple coffee and tea; wheat free oatmeal maple dog treats; soft and hard sugar shapes; and body care products — maple vanilla soap, lotion, and lip balm.

Tripleberry Farm will have lots of traditional and reduced sugar peach, plum, and grape jams, pesticide-free berry jams, and moisturizing goat milk soaps. Lavender Moon is bringing soaps, salves, lotions, teas, culinary blends, and flavored fair trade hot cocoa mixes.

Newbury Park Pastries is bringing chicken, veggie, shepherds, panang, and chicken cordon bleu pot pies along with cut out cookies, rugelach, and biscotti. Brian’s Kitchen will have eight varieties of cookies, three of granola bars, and two flavors of chocolate fudge, all dairy free. 

Impact Earth offers its organics drop-off service: drop off outside, pick up inside; also offered are beeswax wraps, Eco-Pul bags, reusable utensils with case, and metal straws.

Also at the Market

We welcome musicians John Wiesenthal to the Market.

ColorBrightonGreen.org will collect recycling items; check here for items they are currently able to accept and recycle.

Please consider donating to the Brighton Food Cupboard to support their efforts on behalf of the needy in our community.

EBT/SNAP Bonus Program 

Brighton Farmers’ Market is pleased to offer SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) customers the opportunity to purchase tokens using their SNAP benefits, which can be used to buy SNAP eligible foods at the Market. Any SNAP customer who purchases $5 in tokens with SNAP benefits will also receive a bonus $2 FreshConnect Check to purchase eligible Market products. 

Market Details

Brighton Winter Farmers’ Market is held indoors Sundays, 1 to 4 pm, in Brighton’s Brookside Center, 220 Idlewood Rd., Rochester; easy access to the site from S. Winton between Westfall and 590. The Market is sponsored by the Town of Brighton. More information about the market can be found at http://www.brightonfarmersmarket.org or on Facebook and Instagram.

See you Sunday!