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For  Saturday, January 14th, 2017 (subject to change)        
Name F A R M E R S
Murray Meadows Farm Vegetables grown without pesticides and using organic certified fertilizers.
Hender’s Organic Vegetable Farm This is our 4th year at the SJFM and we grow a variety of vegetables and herbs using organic farming best practices, and we have been growing organically for more than 40 years. We don’t use chemicals. Weeding is done by hand, insects are controlled by BTK, an organic farming approved biological control, and insect sticky tabs. Fertilization is with compost, manure, kelp, and organic fertilizer derived from corn. We will be in the process of seeking organic certification.
Oliver’s Farm Fresh eggs and locally raised poultry, pork, beef, lamb and turkeys.
Coates’ Farm Starter plants including pumpkin, peas, tomatoes, cucumber, peppers. Later in the season we will have potatoes, beet, turnip, carrot, red and white onions, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, green yellow and purple beans, peas, tomatoes, green and yellow zucchini, bok choy, spaghetti squash, butternut squash, and cucumbers. We also have cage free farm fresh brown eggs.
Fire Hill Farms We have a family run farm and strive to produce fresh, high quality produce. This season we have included specialty coloured beet, carrot and red brussel sprouts to our variety of root crops.
B A K ED    G O O D S
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.
TCakes I produce a variety of Cookies, Cakes, Squares, pastries, cheesecakes,muffins,cupcakes and breads. A varying menu and take special requests for custom orders.
Moo-Less Morsels Dairy and Egg Free Desserts Moo-Less Morsels is a part time home based bakery offering items Dairy and Egg free Desserts (gluten free by request only). I myself have an anaphylactic to dairy and a sensitivity to eggs so I have been modifying recipes for most of my life. I offer a variety of items including cupcakes, cookies, caramel popcorn to pies.
Flour of Scotland Flour of Scotland produces simple traditional baked goods – oatcakes, potato scones, tea cakes, scones and granola – in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Made with NL butter and eggs. Available at the St. John’s Farmer’s Market and through Facebook. Special orders available.
Evelina Crivaia’s Baked Goods Bear Paws (deep fried dough sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar; the dough is made from the scratch by me). Homemade white bread, whole wheat bread, pies, cookies, bread buns. The date of baking and the contact info is included in the labelled packaged.
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 allergy friendly baked goods.
P R E P A R E D    F O O D
 The Waffle Lady Fresh waffles with homemade fruit toppings.
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’.
The Jam Lady (Serendipity) Most people know Sarah MacAulay as the inventor of screech marmalade, jumble berry jam (16 local berries!) and rainbow pepper jelly. Sarah makes over 50 varieties of seasonal homemade jams, jellies, chutney, marmalade, salsa and preserves using local foods where available and all original recipes.
Indian Food (Fatima Khan) Butter chicken, mixed vegetables, daal, chick peas, kebab, samosa meat and vegetables, rice, naan, Indian sweets.
Oh My Cheeses Preparing and serving grilled cheese sandwiches using quality cheeses, local berries, and an assortment of homemade breads.
 S P E C I A L T Y   F O O D
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).
 Condiments by Steve Curtis Highest quality, lovingly made preserved chutneys, freshly milled gourmet mustards, exotic spice marinades and specialized condiments.
Goodwater Seafoods Locally produced smoked salmon and seafood products.
Five Brothers Artisan Cheese Variety of cheese and delicious treats.
Newfoundland Seasonings Pre packaged, dry seasonings.
Spindrift Swirl Fine Marshmallows Handmade marshmallows from high-quality ingredients (pure cane sugar and kosher gelatin). Most are flavoured with fruit, spice infusions, or natural flavours, and additional varieties are constantly in development. Drop by and see what’s new this week!
  S P E C I A L    I T E M S
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.
OneRoot 100% all natural skin treatments, aromatherapy remedies, aromatherapy jewellery and diffusers.
 Velvet Snow Accessories Victorian and antique inspired jewelry and accessories , made with epoxy resin and high quality raw brass filigree Metals.
 B O O K S  /  C R A F T  /  P H O T O G R H A P Y
Foggy Rock Fibres  Handspun yarns, hand knit hats, mitts, scarves (designed by me), handmade felt scarves, and felted pictures, needle felted animals and dolls. I will demonstrate hand spinning and drop spindling at the market.
 Gerald Clancey  Tole painted, hand crafted wood and glassware
  Because I Felt Like It Felted Hand-Knits. Products include slippers, mittens, tote bags, catnip cat toys, a wide variety of stuffed toys, tea cozies and cup cozies. Products also include wine bottles which have been re-purposed into planters and oil lanterns.
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, such as original stitching, scuffing, or the shape of the leather itself.