Saturdays 9am - 1pm
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Fine October Freshness!!

“In the entire circle of the year there are no days so delightful as those of a fine October.”
Alexander Smith

As we head toward the end of October, we have been enjoying some beautiful fall days, bright foliage and fresh and local fall produce at EFM!! The days are growing shorter but the flavor still remains: apples, beets, cabbages, carrots, potatoes, pumpkins, radishes and lots more -- and even a few tomatoes - so don't think the market season is over - it's just beginning with fresh and local fall goodness.

Lafayette College - Family Weekend
Welcome Students & Families to EFM!
EFM Will Be Open Until 2 PM this Saturday!!
Cozy Autumn Wild Rice Soup
From Gimme Some Oven
"This Cozy Autumn Wild Rice Soup is full of hearty seasonal vegetables and wild rice (plus chicken, if you would like), it’s wonderfully creamy and comforting, and easy to make in the Instant Pot, Crock-Pot or on the stovetop."

Cabbage Throw Farm
In honor of Lafayette College Family Weekend, Cabbage Throw Farm would like to extend a big thank you to the parents and families of Lafayette students for all your support this season. How does the saying go? "Families that cook together, eat together and stay together!" 
Get together in the kitchen with all the goodness of the market. Cabbage Throw Farm will be bringing baby greens, including spinach, baby kale, arugula, and farmer mix to toss together for a tasty stir fry or salad. Lots of beets, cooking greens, Napa cabbage, fennel, radish, herbs and Microgreens too and with what will most likely be the last harvest of sweet snap peas this season. 
Phillips Farms
Granny Smith apples are now available at Phillips Farms. Granny Smith apples are one of the most recognized apple varieties. But did you know, they are actually named after a real GRANNY SMITH!! Maria Ann Smith, nick-named "Granny Smith" in her later years, discovered the apple seedling on her farm in Australia in the mid-1800's. Granny Smith apples have bright white flesh and crisp texture, with a tart, acidic yet subtly sweet flavor. They are a favorite used in baking because of their delicious flavor and ability to hold its shape when cooked. Also, they are slow to brown when cut, so they are perfect to use raw in salads or on a cheese plate. Other apple varieties available at Phillips Farms this week: Honeycrisp, Fuji, Gala, Macoun, Jonagold, Ambrosia, Golden Delicious, Shizuka, Cortland and Suncrisp. Asian pears and our own Apple Cider will be available. Vegetables at Phillips Farms this week: Brussels sprouts, fennel, spinach, Sungold cherry tomatoes, Kirby cucumbers and garlic.
Salvaterra's Gardens
The Salvaterra Family is enjoying cabbage a lot lately since the cooler weather gives it a nice sweetness. Jess says, "Cabbage and noodles are a staple in our house (especially with Breakaway sausage). We also enjoy this crunchy Asian noodle salad with red and green cabbage too."

This week Matt & Jess will have kale, collards, head lettuce, pak choy, parsley, cilantro, fennel, scallions, spring mix, arugula, hakurei turnips, beets, carrots, radishes, butternut squash, parsnips, sweet peppers and eggplant. 
Scholl Orchards
You'll find another new apple variety at Scholl Orchards this Saturday -- a recent favorite -- Evercrisp!  They will also have Cameo, Ida Red and Stayman Winesap that made their first appearance last Saturday, along with Suncrisp, Crimson Crisp, Honeycrisp, Macoun, Ruby Mcintosh, Jonagold, and Gala.. Fresh unpasteurized apple cider and cider donuts round out the apple goodness at Scholl's.

Adding to the fall selection, Ben and the Scholl's team will be bringing Jack-B-Little pumpkins and gourds. You will also find cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, winter squashes and even a few tomatoes - but get them now because this is the last week for tomatoes at Scholl's!
Holy Cow Farm

This will be Holy Cow Farm's last day of the regular market season, so make sure to stop by for an arrangement! The weather has been kind and the farm hasn't had any killing frosts yet, so they will still have some fresh flower bouquets. They will also be bringing some bunches of gomphrena (pictured), as well as some dried flowers. Holy Cow will be back at the Holiday Market in December with some dried flower creations, so this won't be your last chance to see Jenn and Bryan this year. They say thank you for a warm welcome and such a great first season at EFM!
Guest Vendor -
Brady's Botanicals
The Brady's Botanicals Team, is grateful for those who have served in the United States Military and are extending a 15% discount on all their products for Veterans and their pets as a way of thanking them for their service to our country. Stop by to see their line of holistic hemp products.
Farmstand Recipes
Happy Lafayette Family Weekend! Farmstand Recipes is your one-stop shop for stocking up on meals that are perfect for on-the-go students AND can fit in a dorm fridge! Grab your favorite salads to munch on between classes or some tasty energy bites. Farmstand Recipes will also be offering fresh & frozen soups this weekend! Moroccan Squash Soup,Vegetarian Italian Wedding Soup (featuring meatless meatballs), and Caribbean Black Bean Soup will be available. Lafayette students and faculty get 10% off any purchase with a valid college ID.
Valley Milkhouse
This Saturday, Stef will have Clover, Witchgrass, Honey Bell, Thistle, Marigold and Blue Bell!

Thistle is at its absolute peak flavor and silky texture - not to be missed!
Breakaway Farms
Got Meat? Pastured, Clean Meats are coming your way at market this week! 

Also, stop by & see the infamous father daughter duo, Peter & Emma - back together at EFM!!
Arts Community of Easton
Artist on Call: Mosaic Mary

FREE arts event this Saturday with ACE Artist on Call, Mosaic Mary, who will be demonstrating how to create Halloween bags.

Create your own Trick or Treat bags using paint and glitter with Mosaic Mary and her Halloween assistant the talented Mosaic Mary student Sabrina!

A fun FREE EVENT for all. Have a Halloweeny good time while you create with ACE.
Guest Vendor - Mud & Maker
This is Stephanie's last Saturday at EFM for 2019 as she heads out to hit the holiday craft fair circuit. You won't find these unique designs anywhere else so stop by her tent to do some early holiday shopping and wish her well until next year.

*Hipster Blood.- A Nordic-style Farmbier fermented with our own Viking yeast and conditioned on both tart and sweet cherries for a full bodied experience with huge aromas of cherry pie and slight amaretto.
Separatist Beer Project
At the Local Libations tent this Saturday:

*Classic Cream - American Cream Ale comprised of Bohemian Pilsner malt and flaked maize, hopped gently with Hallertauer, then fermented low and slow for 3 weeks with a cool ale strain for crisp and easy drinking.

*Tiny Magic - This super sessionable India Pale Ale is everything you want in a double dry-hopped IPA. Brewed with a blend of Mosaic, Centennial and Azacca hops, this beer boasts a fluffy body, low bitterness and bright aromas of tangerine and Sunny D. With its low ABV and explosive juicy flavor, it’s the perfect beer for sipping on all day long

*Farm Core* - A double dry-hopped Farmhouse DIPA. This beer is everything you love about a Double India Pale Ale boosted by the complexity of a Belgian yeast strain. Hopped with Eureka, this beer boasts low bitterness with subtle pepperiness, a hint of sweetness and a whole lot of dank

Anthony Cubbage
Making his musical debut at EFM, Anthony Cubbage hails from Philadelphia, but his heart is that of a traveler. With music rooted in pop/folk foundations, his style also seeks inspiration from jazz and soul reminiscent of John Mayer and Jamie Cullum. Traveling across the US in a sleeper van and busking on the streets between gigs, he has given himself wholly to a life of a modern bohemian musician.

Pull up a chair in the North Lawn of the Circle to hear Anthony's singular unique style of music from 10 am to 12 noon.
FAM(iliarity) Tour - This Saturday
October 26th at 11 am
Join the Easton Main Street Initiative team, Kim Kmetz & Katie Farnan, as they take you on a 45-minute walking tour of downtown retailers. Meet in Centre Square at 11 a.m. during the EaSton Farmers' Market (look for the FAM Tour paddle).. Don't miss it - as this is the last tour of 2019!
Be 'In the Know' at PA Bacon Fest
During the festival on November 2nd & 3rd - Text 'BACONFEST' to 555-888 for updates on your favorite contests, events, and Fest faves.

Don't miss out on any of the festival happenings!
Thank You to Our 2019 Sponsors
Easton Farmers' Market is a program of Greater Easton Development Partnership
Phone: 610-330-9942