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Harvest soup + vendor list for November 23

Are the chilly, short days getting to you? Well there’s one remedy that never fails: soup! This Saturday, Nov. 23rd, come to the St. John’s Farmers’ Market from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and sample a soup made entirely of Farmers’ Market ingredients! It’s sure to warm and inspire.

All the ingredients for our harvest soup can be found at the Farmers’ Market. Check out our farm vendors Hummock Farms, Ripple Trail Farms, Homestead Farm, Hender’s Organic Vegetable Farm and Nagles Hill Agri-Products. The Blue Box Pantry will have their pre-assembled soup base on offer if you adore the soup you try!

You can shop for Christmas gifts from our lovely craft vendors once you have been warmed up by soup. Don’t forget your reusable bags for taking home all those root vegetables!

Prepared soup bases from the Blue Box Pantry - just add vegetables!

NameDescription
Hender;s Organic Vegetable FarmVegetables and herbs grown following the ‘best practices’ of organic farming
Ripple Trail FarmProduce, plants, flowers, baked goods, jams and pickles
Homestead Farm Ltd.Fresh vegetables, strawberries, herbs, flowers, jams and pickles
Hummock FarmsFresh local vegetables
Nagles Hill Agri-ProductsA variety of produce, plants, cut flowers, apple trees and hybrid tea rose bushes
Olivers FarmLocal beef, poultry, pork and lamb
Multi Ethnic Food EnterpriseMulti Ethnic food from many countries around the world
Fatima KhanIndian food: meat and vegetable biryani,chick pea curry, pakora mix vegetable, butter chicken, naan, meat and vegetable samosas, baklawa and sweets
Akmaral ToryevaTraditional Turkmenian food
Jyoti PansareBaked samosas, spinach puris, and deep fried onion kachoris. Paintings, wall hangings, scarves, skirts, and papier mache bowls.
The Waffle LadyFresh waffles and homemade toppings
Stella’s KitchenHomemade white bread, raisin bread, tea buns, sauces, knitted dishcloths, scarves
Lynette’s Crazy Good FudgeHomemade fudge
Dave HildHandmade, natural sourdough and sprouted grain breads
Gluten Free TreasuresGluten free, gluten/dairy free and gluten free/vegan baked goods
Megan KaneJams and cakes
Flour of ScotlandTraditional Scottish baked goods – oatcakes, tattie scones, granola and tea cakes.
Jindra MaskovaEuropean decorative gingerbread: cookies, gingerbread house, Christmas tree & decorations
Serendipity & Here-Be-Dragonslocal jams, chutneys, salsas, marmalades, preserves with local ingredients, fresh herbs and vegetables (peppers, zucchini, lettuces), along with upcycled, found-object steampunk art
Real Food MarketOrganic juice and smoothies, organic wheatgrass, organic sprouts, organic trail mix and organic baked goods
Five Brothers Artisan CheeseNewfoundland artisan cheese and dairy products
The Blue Box PantryPrepackaged dry ingredients for homemade soups
Candy Box CreationsHigh quality chocolate (Belgian and French Chocolate)
Coombs Town ArtVisual art: belly casting for pregnant women, mural painting, portrait painting, mobiles, home décor paintings, andprints of childrens paintings
David SquiresHand crafted wooden tree decorations, wooden figures and larger segemented wooden figures all individually hand crafted and painted. Note cards and various size prints of my original acrylic paintings.
Brazen Face Baby BoutiqueCute and stylish baby accessories such as bibs, burp cloths, rag quilts, receiving and stroller blankets
St.John’s Soap WorksHandmande artisan soaps
TurtleIzz Handmade Toys and MoreCrocheted, knitted and handsewn products: toys, baby rattles, baby hats, crayon pockets, toys and children’s clothing skirts and dresses
Foggy Rock FibresHandspun wool and exotic fibres, felted items
For Your Paws OnlyPet collars and leashes from Nylon base, with different fabrics and ribbons, and accessories
Michelle MayHand crocheted and hand woven hats, scarves, cowls and other items
Brassy Lassy JewelsJewellery using semi precious stones, sterling silver, antique bronze
Leah BlundonBeach jewellery made from NL glass, stones and shells
Woolaver CreationsRecycled silver plated cutlery creations and handmade jewellery
JL DesignsChristmas centerpieces using combinations of fresh, local greenery and products including: spruce, fir, juniper, pine, cedar, holly, caribou moss, partridgeberries, cranberries, dogberries and birch
Pixy MamaHammocks with stuff sacks: unlined, lined with velour, chenille, fleece or fun fur for extra warmth and coziness, or in ultra lightweight fabric for travelling gypsies
ME PhotographyMatted scenic pictures from all over the world, cards and “Picture a Word” photography
Boulder PublicationsBoulder publishes books by Newfoundland & Labrador authors, and topics focusing on this province.
Rainbow RidersRaising funds to help continue their therapeutic horseback riding program
 

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