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Baltimore Farmers'
Market & Bazaar Newsletter
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Come down to the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar this Sunday, November 21, to stock up on farm-to-table ingredients (and pre-made dishes!) in anticipation of the holiday next week. It's not your last chance to visit the Market this season — the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar runs Sundays through December 19 — but it's your best bet to get locally sourced and produced Thanksgiving essentials the whole family will savor.

Nearly every farm and food vendor at the market will have something for your Thanksgiving feast. Plus, our Bazaar vendors can help you kick off your holiday shopping early. Read on for a sneak peek at all the delectable treats you can find this week at the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar.
Maybe it's the time change, but this month has really flown! If you haven't gotten your turkey yet, family-run Albright Farms has got you covered. They are still accepting orders for fresh turkeys and fresh turkey parts for pickup at the Market this Sunday. Place your order here by midnight on Saturday, and enjoy a delicious fresh (never frozen) bird free of hormones and antibiotics.

Since you can't have a Thanksgiving turkey without stuffing, make sure to stop by the Pahl's Hog Farm booth. The Pahl's breed and raise their own hogs, allowing them to roam and feeding them fresh fruits and vegetables. The result is rich, lean pork without a lot of extra fat. Pair some of the Pahl's freshly-made sausage with a few crisp, flavorful apples from Reid's Orchard for a sumptuous sausage & apple stuffing.
For all your dairy needs, visit South Mountain Creamery. Their rich and creamy, European-style butters are made with pure, fresh cream and are higher in butterfat than your average butter, so they’re perfect for spreading, baking, and cooking. Don't forget to pick up some ice cream for dessert! Made with fresh milk and simple ingredients, any of South Mountain's flavors would pair perfectly with pie.
Speaking of pie... Be sure to check out Dangerously Delicious Pies and Pie Time if you're in need of ready-made desserts or savory pastries. Folks looking for vegan treats should visit the booth of Farm to Face, a plant-based cafe located in the Lauraville neighborhood.
If you're in search of some prepared side dishes to round out your Thanksgiving menu, take a look at the different platters offered by Neopol Smokery. For all your side salad needs (meat & veggie), visit The Salad Lady. She also makes a creamy spinach dip for that's perfect for a pre-meal snack!
Folks in search of libations should take a look at the selection of wines from Boordy Vineyards, the handcrafted mixers from Cane Collective, as well as the bold, designer spirits from both Baltimore Spirits Co. and Old Line Spirits. Whatever you're drinking to, these incredible local beverage companies have just the thing to fill your glass.
In the November issue, the folks from HEX Ferments were kind enough to share with us their vegan version of Baltimore Thanksgiving Sauerkraut to, in turn, share with you. This dish is regionally popular around the holidays thanks to Baltimore's long history of German and Eastern European immigration. Make a batch this week to share with friends & family. Or, if you're short on time, stop by the HEX Ferments booth at the Market on Sunday to purchase some ready made.

  • 1 tablespoon Pompeian extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 small local onion, finely diced
  • 2 local apples, medium chop
  • 1 can of local Pilsner or Lager-style beer (Fest Beer from Union Craft is what HEX will be using this year)
  • 15 oz jar of HEX Sauerkraut
  • 1 cup vegetable stock
  • 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard (optional)
  • 1 tablespoon caraway seeds (optional)
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar (optional)

Heat olive oil in a medium pot over medium heat, add onions & apples. Add a pinch of salt & pepper and cook until the onions are translucent. When onions are done, add the beer and use a wooden spoon to scrape the brown bits from the bottom of the pan. Once deglazed, add entire jar of HEX, stock, the mustard, caraway seeds, and brown sugar. Simmer until the liquid is reduced by a third. Simmer longer for a thicker kraut. Serve warm. Recipe makes enough for eight feasters!
BOPA is committed to providing an adapted market season that is healthy and safe for attendees, participants, volunteers, and staff.

  • Masks are optional outdoors but encouraged at the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar. 
  • Hand-washing and sanitation stations are available thanks to the Baltimore Ravens.
  • While hot food options are available, patrons are encouraged to consume these at a safe distance from fellow market-goers and vendors.

The market will continue to adapt to COVID-19 restrictions and changes will be posted publicly as they occur.
Plan your visit and find your favorite vendors at the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar with the help of our map!
The Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar thanks the Baltimore Ravens for helping to make the 44th season a safe and healthy experience with additional hand-washing and sanitation stations.
Thank you to our sponsor Green Mountain Energy.
You can find Green Mountain Energy at the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar on Sundays through early July.
Thank you to Mercy Medical, a Proud Community Sponsor, for providing free parking, reusable bags, and other support for the market.
Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar
Dates & Location

April 4 - December 19, 2021

Located under the Jones Falls Expressway (JFX I-83)
at 400 E. Saratoga Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

*Compliments of Mercy Medical Center, patrons can park for free in the Mary Catherine Bunting Garage, located at 330 Guilford Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21202, for two hours (maximum) from 7am to noon.
Vehicles should enter through the Pleasant Street entrance.
No parking validation required.

A Friendly Reminder About Pets at the Market

Pets are not allowed at the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar, and it is a Baltimore City Health Department ticketable offense of up to $1,000.00.

The Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar is produced by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, a 501 (c)(3) serving as the city's arts council, events center and film office. 
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