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Market is OPEN -- See you Wednesday
Welcome to this weeks Market, Open now until 10 pm Monday. Order early before quantities available run out!
Our Market Celebration Drawing will be this coming Wednesday, August 7th! When you placed an order over the past 2 months you have a chance to receive a $25, $10 or $5 Gift Certificate to the Market! This is John’s and my way of saying Thank You for supporting the Stones River Market for the past 11 years and welcoming me as the Market Manager this past year. We are looking forward seeing the Market grow and offering more things for our Customers and Community.
News From Our Growers:
RnR Farms: Back on the market with several of their delicious lettuces, Butterhead, Green Leaf, Red Leaf, Romaine Trio and Blends.
Carole’s Herbs (CS3 Farms): We have a new herbal, uncaffeinated, tasty tea available. Our staghorn fig tea tastes like a light green tea with a lemon twist – perfect hot or ice cold for the mid-summer heat. It’s made with dried fig leaves and staghorn sumac berries. We have a new batch of Scarborough Fair mustard ready for you to use on sandwiches, salads, and anything you want to make absolutely delicious. We also have some more cardamom honey made, in both 4 and 8 oz jars.
The Sugared Spoon: Just wanted to put a plug in for my new items. I have a Chocolate butterscotch-toffee cookie, buckeye brownies and a stuffed PB cookie. I also plan on setting up out there Wednesday with some samples and items to buy!
Caney Fork Farm: Check out our Andouille Sausage, the creole flavors go great with a dirty rice mix from the Creole Diva!
Rainbow Hill Farm: First Apples of the Season have arrived! Gingergold – sweet with some tartness, crisp and juicy. Peaches are almost finished for the season.
Oakview Farm: Early ‘Winter’ Squash and Pumpkin available this week and Whole Chickens available this week! Our Chickens have access to a new patch of grass everyday and we supplement their diet with squash and other veggies from our garden, along with layer crumbles. We do not use chemicals on our garden. The proceeds from everything we sell will go towards starting our summer camp for children with hearing loss, Oakview Farm Camp.
The Creole Diva: Great time to enjoy Camellia Red Beans and Rice, Creole Jambalaya or Dirty Rice mixes. You can also add sausage or brats from Caney Fork.
Mo’s Scrubs by Toya: Several helpful and useful things available for your face and body. Don’t forget the Bug-a-Boo Mosquito repellent, DEET FREE and safe for the whole family.
Short Mountain Cultures: Try our Bulk Foods, OPEN-POUR-EAT, easy classic granola. Pair it with Fresh Milk Kefir or Coconut Kefir and you’ll be set to go for hours! ABC Tempeh is soy free, gluten free, sugar free and vegan. Our original recipe can be used in many ways ie burgers, stir fry, breakfast patty and crumbled. Try it with you favorite sauce.
Flying S Farms: Red Lasoda Potato are available this week. Some have asked what is the Star of David Okra, it is a thicker walled okra that can be roasted or grilled and does not have as much ‘slim’ as other varieties do. It is wonderful fried, makes nice size medallion. Pair it with onions and tomatoes for a really Southern treat! Seriously HOT Strawberry Jam and our Peach Habanero Jam is back on the market, delicious with cream cheese, glaze over brats, Ben enjoys it with his eggs! It also goes well with Peanut Butter, really!
From our Meat Producers: Farrar Farms, Sow’s Ear Piggery, Caney Fork Farms, Crossing Creeks Farm all have some great selections of meats to make your meals great. From Beef, Pork, Lamb, Chicken grill, roast, broil, boil…delicious anyway you prepare them.
Look forward seeing you “On the Porch” at Quinn’s Mercantile Wednesday August 7th from 5:00 – 6:30pm, please contact me if you are unable to make delivery or are running late, please phone, email or text me so we can make arrangements to get your order to you.
How to contact us:
Locations: Quinn’s Mercantile on Wednesdays: 307 North Spring Street, Murfreesboro