Saturdays 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
at Scott Park, 128 Larry Holmes Drive


The Sweetest Day of the Week!
Join us for another feel good Saturday on the riverfront. Strawberries officially hit the scene this week, and the veggie line-up is growing as summer draws near. Check out our crafters and guest vendors, relax at a table with your favorite scone and coffee, enjoy some market music, or soak up the peaceful river vibes. And be sure to bring the kiddos because it's Barnyard Day! Read on...
Barnyard Day
We've got some special guests! Come meet our barnyard friends this week... an alpaca, bunnies, chickens, sheep, and goats - including the famous “Hammy” a Nigerian Dwarf baby goat from The Bubbly Goat!

Kids can take part in a history scavenger hunt that starts at the market and takes you through town. And they can try their hand at some common farm chore at the Sigal Museum. Stop by the Sigal Museum Tent (just past the Flour Shop) to learn more. Or click here.

Enjoy some toe tappin' tunes with Dave Fry too. Oh, and be sure to grab some animal friend stickers for your little ones at the INFO tent on your way in.
Fritch in the Kitchen
Local flavor with Amy Fritch
Grilled Pizza

One of my favorite fast dinners is (surprise!) pizza. But with a fridge full of fresh stuff from the EFM, I knew I had to cook at home. Luckily, it’s the best time of year: grilling time! I grabbed some fresh pizza dough from Scratch (most pizza places will sell you dough if you ask!), stretched it, and threw it on a hot grill. A few minutes later, I had a nice crispy base. I decided to top mine after cooking (more of a flatbread style) but you can certainly go the hot topping route by adding toppings before you grill. I ended up with dollops of truffle sheep cheese from Raspberry Ridge, steamed shaved asparagus and pickled red onion, plus a glug of olive oil and flaky salt. It was perfect, and I had a perfect night to sit outside and enjoy my dinner. Hooray for summer!
From the Field
Cabbage Throw Farm
Cabbage Throw Farm will be bringing a bumper crop of French & Red Radish this weekend, as well as Hakurei Salad Turnips. Both will be offered at a buy one, get one half off mix & match sale. Market sales provide a great opportunity to experiment with easy canning & pickling recipes so you can preserve the season's bounty. They will also be bringing their full line up of salad greens, cooking greens, scallions, herbs, microgreens, carrots, Bok choy, Tatsoi, dandelion greens and more. 

Lacto fermented Spring Roots Recipes

Slice French breakfast radish in half long ways, cut scallions into 2 inch pieces, peel and slice a couple cloves of garlic and add in any fresh herbs of your choice (thyme, tarragon, bay leaf, etc). Add all your ingredients into a 16oz. mason jar and fill with 1 tsp pickling salt dissolved in 1 cup water. Make sure all veggies are completely submerged in liquid and store on your counter until you have reached your desired taste (at least a week or so) This recipes works great for shaved carrots, slices turnips and more. Store in the fridge for months after fermentation. 
Phillips Farm
It’s strawberry time at Phillips Farms! Don’t miss these first-of-the-season berries, they come on slow to start, and sell out quickly. But the hot dry weather is making fir some mighty sweet berries - even the early ones! Pair with some freshly picked Rhubarb and you’ve got yourself a fantastic dessert waiting to happen. Other produce at Phillips Farms this week: Greenhouse Tomatoes, Spring Garlic, Broccoli, Asparagus, Fennel, Bok Choy, Leeks, Lettuce, Kale, Swiss Chard, Lettuce, fresh herbs and so more. Credit cards accepted.
Salvaterra's Gardens
We see tacos, in your future because Cilantro arrives this week at Salvaterra's! Also new on the menu are red beets - first of the season and so beautiful. Matt and Jess will also have head lettuce (romaine, red leaf, green leaf), lettuce mix, arugula, spinach, baby kale, baby chard, kale (tuscan, green, red), collards, swiss chard, pak choy, dill, pea shoots, microgreens, scallions, red radishes, and french breakfast radishes.

Pasture Raised
Breakaway Farms
Purchase $50 of qualifying grilling meats (over 50 items to choose from) & enter to win a Breakaway Farms Grill Bundle (1 pkg specialty burgers of your choice, 1 pkg grilling sausage of your choice, 1 pkg all beef hot dogs, 1 pkg chicken legs & thighs (valued at $50-$60)!
See your Breakaway farmers this weekend for more details. Offer good through Sunday, May 30 - the winner will be announced/ contacted on June 1.

Place your online pre-order here. Deadline: 1pm Friday
Just Baked
Tomblers Bakery
Tomblers is featuring their Shepherd's Pie pastie this week - don't miss this market favorite! It's available in regular, and the mini size. And... look for more of those fabulous rhubarb pies on Saturday. Choose regular rhubarb crumb, cherry rhubarb crumb, strawberry rhubarb crumb and lattice, rhubarb custard too!
Pie + Tart
Looks like someone flipped the switch and summer is HERE! We’re making big batches of Cinnamon Brown Sugar Pop Tarts and Apple Turnovers to fuel your morning marketing, and lots more Strawberry Rhubarb Pies, a brand new Orange Shaker Pie, Chicken Pot Pies, and Beef and Bean Sausage Rolls. It’s all true, you know - pie is perfect at breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
Market Eats
Pick up a salad for everyday of the week at Zekraft. This week they’re featuring Thai Chicken, Beet, Couscous, Tuna Macaroni, Quinoa Chickpea, Greek, and Tropical Shrimp Salads. Soups this week are Carrot Ginger (vegan) and a Vegetable Beef. 

And after being so good… you can indulge in Zekraft's decadent dessert line which debuts this week! Featuring a chocolate Bourbon pot de creme, organic strawberry cheesecake, and the Southern classic - banana pudding (THIS IS TO DIE FOR). 

Please visit for more information.
Brewed & Fermented
Portch Tea Kombucha (and Pheasant Hill Farm)
Portch Tea's Booch of the Day is “Grass Stains and the Laughter of Free-range Children." With a fresh apple flavor and the brightness of lemongrass, this booch is as refreshing as this image (Don's daughter at Pheasant Hill Farm).
For Bath, Body & Home
Teels Hill Soapworks
We have come a long way from the way they made soap on the farm back in the 1800's. Made from animal fat, wood ashes, and water, the fat had to be boiled (refined) and the wood ashes leached for a weak lye solution, known as the hot process method. Susan does cold process methods for her soap - easier and way more fun! For Barnyard Day, Susan is featuring Bacon Soap (made with lard and bacon drippings), Milk and Honey (a goat milk enriched soap with honey added), and her Honey Rosemilk (made with buttermilk, honey and natural beeswax).
Bella's Bakery
Where Food is Medicine
Calling all fur mom and fur dads! Bella's Bakery - Where Food is Medicine is BACK and not just as a guest vendor. They're joining the market full-time! So bring your pup and come check out their human-grade, nutrient-dense whole superfoods and all-natural, preservative-free treats. Too many canine diseases are linked to poor nutrition/commercial food. Let Bella's show you the power of preventative nutrition and how they can help your best friend thrive, not just survive.
This Week's Guest Vendors
Mud & Maker
Mud & Maker will be back at Easton Farmer's Market this Saturday with tons of handcrafted pottery goodies. Brand new for this week - Air Plant Rings (see photo attached) which are $15 and include the plant. Steph will also be giving away a FREE handcrafted face mask with every purchase (kids and adult sizes available while supplies last). We've been busy stocking up on nesting bowl sets, mugs and more! Look for Mud & Maker next to Haven Farmstead Cheese.
The Bubbly Goat
The Bubbly Goat is bringing one of their employees this week! The newest addition to their farm is Hammy! He is a Nigerian Dwarf baby goat that is joining the herd. They will also, of course, be bringing along all of their products. Soap, lotions, laundry soap and skincare will be available along with Chevre. They will have plain, caramel top, habanero, herbal bliss and garlic-chive flavored cheese. Hammy and everyone at the Bubbly Goat look forward to meeting you!
Neil's Sharpening Service

Neil's back! Bring your knives, scissors, garden shears, saws, clippers, razors, mover blades... you bring it, he'll sharpen it! Look for Neil just across the foot bridge, next to Inna's Pierogi Shop!
Inna's Pierogi Shop

You asked... and Inna listened! Enjoy some authentic, homemade pierogi hot at the market, or for take home!
Handcrafted laser cut garden stakes made in Easton. Choose from among 36 herb and garden vegetables specifically chosen for zone 6b. Just $2 each.
Live Music is Back!
2021 Market Music Series presented by
May 22nd - Featuring: Dave Fry
A folksinger, adult, children’s and family-music performer — arts educator/entrepreneur and good-time rascal, all rolled up in one! Dave will be playing some toe tappin' tunes for Barnyard Day; come join the fun!

Christine's Bath & Gift Boutique

Located 24 N. Second Street, across from Bloomie's Flower Shop, Christine's has an amazing selection of soaps, as well as unique gifts for your home and patio.

Market Reward: Buy 1 Bath & Body Product Get 1 Half Price of equal or lesser value.
Pick up your rewards card at any of the four EFM Information Tents!
FAM(iliarity) Tour Saturday at 10:30 am
Join this fun, guided tour offered by Easton Main Street Initiative and get the skinny on downtown's newest shops, restaurants, businesses and projects, and learn a touch of history too! Tours begin at 10:30 am and are approximately 30 minutes long. They depart from the parking lot entrance closest to the Post Office.
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