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For  Saturday, December 16th,  2017 (subject to change)          
Name F A R M E R S
Nagels Hill Agri-Products Herbicide and pesticide free vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers grown at beautiful Mount Scio. We also provide weekly CSA. Seasonal produce includes basil, bok Choy, tatsoi, carrots, cilantro, strawberries, leeks, tomatoes, apples, zucchini, squash, lettuces, kale, spinach, arugula, potatoes, broccoli, beets, guy lan, mustard greens, berries, and assorted flowers.
Ripple Trail Farm Vegetables-potatoes, carrot, cabbage, turnip, parsnip, lettuce, kale, brussell sprouts, squash, beans, pumpkins, cucumbers, tomatoes, beet, broccoli, cauliflower, swiss chard and chinese cabbage. Herb and vegetable plants, Bedding flowers Jams and pickles Breads.
Hummock Farms Growing of rootcrops and a variety of local fresh produce
Bloom’n Greens Farm fresh vegetable, sprouts and edible flower.
Fire Hill Farms Fire Hill Farms is a family farm that takes pride in our work to bring the highest quality fresh vegetables to your table. We are in our third year commercial farming and attribute our success to a strong family unit and the advice and support of our customers. We focus on traditional root vegetables and love to diversify our crop at the request of our loyal customers.
Oliver’s Farm Fresh eggs and locally raised poultry, pork, beef, lamb and turkeys.
Coates’ Farm Vegetables, including Potatoes, Carrot, Turnip, Beet, Cabbage, Red and Yellow Onions, Yellow and Green Zucchini, Green, Yellow and Purple Beans, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Cauliflower, Broccoli, and Spaghetti Squash. We also have Farm Fresh Free Run Eggs along with preservatives including pickles and jams made with our own produce.
Lester’s Farm Chalet Wide variety of local fresh produce and aquaponics crops.
B A K ED    G O O D S
Stella’s Kitchen White bread. Whole wheat bread. Raisin bread. Plain tea buns. Raisin tea buns. Cranberry tea buns. Cherry tea buns. Orange coconut tea buns.
 Gluten Free Treasures Gluten and nut free baked goods, dairy free and vegan choices available.
 Wild Mother Provisions   Wild Mother Provisions is a feminist food company specializing in traditional baked goods and artisanal vinegar, based in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
  The Old Dublin Bakery  The most popular product for me is the cinnamon buns, made on buttermilk with delicious cream cheese icing. I also make a wide variety of cookies, puddings and cakes and circulate my product selection regularly.
 Megan’s Preserves & Treats .Jam’s, Preserves and Baked Cookies and Cakes done with sugar and sugar free.
 P R E P A R E D    F O O D
Jewish Deli Hot food and preserves vendor: Cured meats, specifically cured/smoked beef brisket served as a sandwich; Potato/onion pastries known as ‘knishes’, containing these ingredients or various smoked/cooked vegetables; Mason jar pickled preserves and mustard products including: dill pickles turnip beets cranberries asparagus lemons mustard, specifically ‘deli mustard’.
Curry Delight Masala (spicy) chicken Butter Chicken Chicken Korma Plain and spicy rice Spinach Potato Curry Chick Peas Curry Lentils curry Potato Pocket
 Oh My Cheeses Gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches made using homemade breads, local jams and quality cheese.
  The Waffle Lady Fresh waffles with homemade fruit toppings
 Gursha  Ethiopian cuisine, rich in spices and vibrant flavors.  We offer dishes for vegetarians, vegans and meat lovers alike. Examples like kik alicha, an almost creamy stew of yellow split peas and softened onions; shiro, a porridge of chickpea flour with the silken texture of a veloute and doro wat a rich spicy stew including chicken and eggs. Ingredients are locally sourced  and combined with spices from Ethiopia, such as Berbere a spice blend containing hot red peppers and more than a dozen other spices such as ginger and cardamom. Ethiopian cuisine is eaten with ones hands. All dishes are served with njera a crepe-like bread atop which dishes are served – it is used as a utensil.
Multi Ethnic Food Kitchen (Zainab Jerret) Prepared multi ethnic food from many regions or countries around the world including: Jamaica, China, India, Nigeria, Morocco, Ethiopia, Columbia, Argentina, Kenya, Trinidad, Haiti, South Africa, Colombia, Ghana, Cameroon and more. The prepared food include: Jerk Chicken, Jallof Rice, Stuffed Chicken Breasts, Coconut Chicken, Butter Chicken, Curry Chicken, Biryani Rice, Vegetable Samosa, Jamaican Beef Patties, Fried Plantains, Chicken Kababs, Rice Noodles, Couscous, etc.
Fatima’s Indian Food Butter chicken, mixed vegetables, daal, chick peas, kebab, samosa meat and vegetables, rice, naan, Indian sweets.
The Cabbage Roll Lady Traditional cuisine baked samosa vegetable stew beef stew cabbage rolls Turkmenian palow traditional bread steamed potatoes manti vegetable steamed stew
  S P E C I A L T Y   F O O D
 Best Kind Butchers Newfoundland raised meat products including pork, lamb, beef and chicken. Frozen in vacuum bags. Pork Sausages are all natural. Honey Garlic, Italian, El Paso, Spicy, Maple and Breakfast.
Condiments by Steve Curtis Highest quality, lovingly made preserved chutneys, freshly milled gourmet mustards, exotic spice marinades and specialized condiments.
 The Blue Box Pantry Prepackaged dry ingredients for homemade soups. Includes all the seasonings, spices, and bases for a variety of delicious recipes. Just add water, fresh veggies and meat (optional).
   The Jam Lady (Serendipity) Artisanal preserves using local and traditional ingredients for all natural marmalades, salsas, jams, jellies and chutneys with no artificial chemicals or preservatives. Screech marmalade, Jumbleberry Jam, spiced apple jelly and hot pepper jelly are all specialties and there are over 120 varieties and still counting, based on Newfoundland’s produce and flavours. Sarah also brings other traditional Newfoundland craft wares featuring textile arts in rug hooking, quilting, and doll making, metal work and jewellery design combining sterling silver and locally inspired “steampunk” designs.
Goodwater Seafoods  We produce smoked seafood, including smoked salmon, cod, mackerel, capelin and turbot, as well as fresh fish.
 Five Brothers Artisan Cheese  Variety of cheese and delicious treats.
SJFM Coffee Table Fresh brewed coffee (Trinity Coffee Company), teas, water, juice boxes, SJFM merchandise such as shopping bags, coffee traveler mugs, gift cards and 50/50 tickets.
J E W E L L E R Y – C R A F T 
Spicy Cat Designs Hand made, unique, silver and Italian glass jewelry, inspired by my world travels and made right here in Newfoundland…earrings, rings, necklaces and bracelets.
    Designs by Riva  Delicate beaded jewellery: necklaces, pendants, earrings, bracelets, and mini bags, handmade with care. Offering lightweight mesh chokers, wire-crocheted necklaces, bead-knitted coin purses, Swarovski crystal pendants and hand-knotted pearl jewellery, as well as unique stitched gifts
  Woolaver Creations  Recycled silver plated cutlery made into rings, earrings, necklaces, key chains, fridge magnets, bracelets, wind chimes, driftwood hangers and Labradorite Swarovski bracelets and earrings
S P E C I A L    I T E M S
 OneRoot  100% all natural skin treatments, aromatherapy remedies, aromatherapy jewellery and diffusers.
 St. John’s Soap Works St.John’s Soap Works provides Handmade Artisan and All Natural Soap and Personal Products from a Newfoundland Perspective using local Ingredients.
B O O K S  /  C R A F T  /  P H O T O G R H A P Y
 PgP Photography  NL photography
 Dawn’s Creations  All handmade polymer clay creations from rowhouses and mummers and everything in between.
Folk Hats  Handknit and hand crocheted items. Hats, scarves, shawls, mittens, gloves, socks.
 Papers and Feathers Homemade All Occasion Greeting Cards and small gift items made mainly from paper/cardstock.
  Because I Felt Like It Felted Hand Knits –   Each item is hand knit and then felted in a hot water process to create a variety of products including slippers, mittens, hats, tea cozies, catnip filled toys and stuffed creatures such as bunnies, cats and owls.
 Outports “Outports” are made from driftwood and found objects, mostly the beach. Most of the outports have tiny houses and mini clothelines.
   Northeastern Folk Art  Hand made raku fired and porcelain pottery
Doodlepalooza Handmade home decor with a Newfoundland flavour. Copper tooling, linocut prints, screen printed t-shirts, painting reproductions.
 Useful Crafts (Linda Chafe) Leather-covered journals using repurposed leather (briefcases, coats, etc.) and eco-friendly paper. The books range in size from under an inch (I offer the tiny ones as earrings or more often as necklaces) to over a foot in height. I try to leave some indication of the cover’s origin on the book.
N O N –  P R O F I T   G R O U P S
 Refugee and Immigrant Advisory Council, Inc. Informational booth where we will recruit new volunteers, chat with the public, and have a donation box.
  OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES – KIDS – FAMILY
Healing Brush Yes! Face painting! Derek James and/or the talented and Dylan Cag will be at the market from 9:00 to 2:00 pm! Great opportunity for your kids to explore the magic of face painting!
Coming Soon: Zumba, Salsa lessons, Storytellers, Choirs, Fiddlers and much more!
Questions? Contact Market Manager – Danilo Gonzalez Diaz
 
(vendor applications are closed for the season)
 
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