Vendors participating in the Farmers Market Nutrition Program:
Bleiler's Produce Patch
Best Berry Farm
Jus Kiddin Around Farm
Pappy's Orchard & Bakery


COOKING DEMONSTRATION ON jULY 2

All of the fruits and vegetables sold are seasonal. Products that will be available at the market are:


vegetables

alpaca fleece items
fruits

beef, chicken, pork
honey

gourmet quiches
jams and jellies

kettlecorn popcorn & nuts
fresh baked goods

homemade baked beans
estate-grown wines

sourdough breads
prepared foods

herbs & plants
Argentine chimichurri

cheeses
maple syrup

cut flowers
natural soaps & products

   


and lots more.



Farmers' Market

Macungie

Macungie Memorial Park
50 N Poplar Street, Macungie
along Walnut Street side of the park


Every Thursday, May 14 to October 29, 2015

4:00 to 7:00 pm

with the exception of Thursday, August 27

 The Macungie Farmers Market is a producer/grower market committed to providing locally grown, fresh food; to preserving our agricultural heritage; and to building community.  The Market helps support local agriculture by connecting farmers with consumers.  This means that you buy directly from the farmers and artisans themselves, not from third parties or re-sellers. Since all vendors are producing these products for you, they can often explain best handling and preparation methods and are always willing to offer FREE advice.

VENDOR OF THE WEEK

MRS. McNABB'S BAKED BEANS


Mrs. McNabb has been making her famous beans for over 30 years.  The recipe has been in the family for over 100 years!!!  This year a new bean was added, Bacon Beans!  These are made with a smaller bean and lots of bacon.  In addition to her baked beans, Cindy features a different BBQ each week. 
      Some of her many sides include: The new cauliflower salad, as well as the traditional pasta salad and macaroni salad.  Other sides are mac & cheese; pierogies; red beet eggs; cucumber salad; tomato, cucumber & onion salad and rice pudding along with her Baked Beans.  All her food is made from scratch with lots of love.
      This year, Cindy and her husband Brent bought 2 new tables and 12 chairs for guests of the market to sit and enjoy her tasty treats.
      This week we will have a traditional July 4th platter - Hot dogs (from Freeland Market), pasta salad and bacon beans.
     Hope to see you all at the market this week!

Stop by for a sample.   The recipe is available at the Information Booth and on the Farmers Market website.


YOU HAVE TO STOP BY THIS WEEK TO GET THE FRESH PRODUCE AND PRODUCTS FOR YOUR 4TH OF JULY PICNIC.