At the Market, August 4

VEGGIES!  FRUIT!  BREAD!  COFFEE!  BANANA WHIPS! Cook-Wissahickon Elementary! Drum Circle!
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  1. Walnut Run Farm
  2. e3garden Farm
  3. Kennett Square Specialties
  4. Pilgrim Roasters
  5. Slow Rise Bakery
  6. The Chilly Banana
  7. Santosha Handmade All Natural Products
  8. Joe Tayoun’s Drum Circle
  9. Cook-Wissahickon School

Walnut Run Farm
Honey Brook, PA
Credit cards accepted
Melvin Fisher will be bringing pork, including but not limited to spare ribs, bacon, chipped ham, and a number of different sausages which are all nitrate free cured meats — No MSG seasonings— and 100% grass-fed beef, such as a variety of steaks, ground beef, burger patties ready for grilling, and beef sticks and bologna. He also will be bringing eggs and chicken (whole chicken, bone-in and boneless breasts, and drumsticks) from the farm. In addition, he will be bringing Alpine Heritage Creamery’s cheese (8 ounces) made from raw grass-fed milk (Sharp, Smoked, and Mild Cheddar, Pepper Jack, Colby, and Swiss). Cheese samples will be available.
IN ADDITION, Melvin will be bringing fresh produce and fruit from a neighbor, Riehl Farm!
Tomatoes, Sweet Corn, Green Peppers, Cucumbers, Zucchini, Summer Squash, Green Beans, Wax Beans, Kale, Lettuce, Swiss Chard, Potatoes, Shallots, Peaches, Cantaloupe, and Watermelon.  Possibly more.  Limited number of bouquets.

e3garden Farm
Media, PA
Cash, PayPal or credit cards accepted
e3garden is a local sustainable indoor hydroponic farm that specializes in growing fresh “live” lettuces, greens, herbs, microgreens, and seedlings 365 days a year.  This week Eric will be bringing fresh Summer Crisp lettuce, Spicy Mix microgreens, and Snap Pea microgreens.

Kennett Square Specialties
Kennett Square, PA
Credit cards accepted
Auben will be bringing mushrooms — Portobello, Crimini, Shiitake, Maitake, King Oyster, Pioppino, Pom Pom (Lion’s Mane), Gray Oyster, and Yellow Oyster mushrooms. He also will be bringing dried mushrooms, mushroom teas ($12 per box), and mushroom jerky. Wild mushrooms can be preordered depending on what’s in season and what is available. Please contact Mark at for any further questions.

Pilgrim Roasters
Philadelphia (Manayunk), PA
Credit cards accepted
Pilgrim Roasters is a coffee roastery and cafe located on Main Street. Their single origin coffee is meticulously and ethically sourced from some of the best coffee farms on earth, then carefully roasted in small batches for optimal flavor. Pilgrim’s specialty whole bean coffee will be offered for sale, along with specialty teas, coffee blossom honey and accessories. Stop by for a taste!

Slow Rise Bakery
Lancaster, PA
Cash only
Brian Hernon’s bread will be at the Friends of Pretzel Park table  — sprouted wheat, multigrain, 7-grain, whole wheat, cinnamon raisin, sourdough, Miche, and baguette  — as well as baked goods (4-seed cookies, peanut butter cookies, honey crisp and granola).

The Chilly Banana
Philadelphia, PA
The Chilly Banana is a Philadelphia-based mobile food cart serving banana whips and other tasty fruit-based treats

Santosha Handmade All Natural Products
Clayton, NJ
Cash, Venmo or Apple Pay accepted
Erica Paciello makes all natural, vegan, personal care products.  This week she will be bringing organic hand soap, body wash, shampoo bars, bath bombs, bug sprays, etc.

Joe Tayoun’s Drum Circle  (11:30am-2pm)
Philadelphia, PA
Joe Tayoun, a second generation Lebanese American, is an accomplished Middle Eastern percussionist and educator.  He performs with various Middle Eastern and World Music ensembles locally, regionally, and internationally, as well as conducting workshops and master classes at schools and universities.  Joe has been the recipient of several noteworthy grants from such organizations as the: NEA, PCA, PAEP, and the State Department.  He is currently active in a wide variety of projects both as a performer and an educator.

Cook-Wissahickon Elementary School
Philadelphia (Wissahickon), PA
The Home and School Association will be at the Farmers’ Market on Saturday to talk about all that the school has to offer as well as upcoming events!  In addition to handouts, there will be a uniform swap.  Bring too-small CW uniforms, look for ones that fit, or order new CW apparel.

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