Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Flat Rock Tailgate Market News - June 2, 2011


Thursday, June 2
3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Forest Creek Farm & Nursery - We'll have lots and lots of collards and kale! We'll also have head lettuce, some cut flowers, and hopefully some mushrooms to boot! Mollie
Deep Woods Mushroom - Hopefully I will have some wild mushrooms but I will have plenty of fresh shiitake. I will also have a limited quantity of my "Mushroom - Jerky-Cracker-Thingy's." Come try a sample and help me name these delicious things! Greg
Good Things Grow Here - I will harvest spinach, salad turnips, butter crunch and red leaf lettuce, radishes, exquisite colored eggs. The summer heat is coming on strong, so get your tender greens while you can! Richard
Laurel Springs Nursery - We will have delicious fruiting plants for the landscape including figs, serviceberry, blueberries, strawberries and pawpaws! Beautiful summer flowering trees and shrubs and plants for streambanks. Courtney Leigh
The Sweet Monkey - This week we will have the blue cheese stuffed bagels topped with caramelized onions and 4 blend Italian cheeses. They make a great burger bun for Highlander Farms ground lamb burgers with Papou's Greek dressing!! We tried it and it was incredible! Also Parmesan and rosemary stuffed bagels topped with olive oil and sea salt.
We will also bring a cold beverage of an herbal variety but I'm just not sure what yet. Hollie

Three Arrows Farm and Cattle Company - This week we will have NY strip steak, sirloin steak, stew beef, cube steak, rump round chuck shoulder and sirloin tip roast, brisket, soup bones, short ribs, ground beef and patties. Wells
Holly Spring Farm and Nursery - We'll have a new crop of lettuce this week, including green and red varieties of butter crunch, oak leaf, and summer crisp lettuces. Plus, carrots, Swiss chard, sugar snap and English peas, green onions, collards and kale. We'll also have some heirloom tomato plants. Paul and Simone

Kay Farm - Plenty of huge romaine and red leaf lettuces, raspberries.
Heat threatens fava beans. Bill
Papou's Greek - We'll have pans of Pastichio and Roasted potato and summer corn soup. Back by request our Tomato and Bean with Fresh Herb soup. We will also have Spanikopita, Tiropita and our Greek salad dressing/marinade. Lori
Old Rose Treasures Farm - I'll have roses, baby beets, bak choi and arugula. Frank
And what else? - Freshly baked breads and cookies, scads of herbs and plants, spring lamb and chickens, fresh farm eggs, decedent desserts, yummy goat and cow cheese for those salad greens, fresh-from-the-ocean shrimp and seafood, and fragrant cut flowers.

Bring a basket. Bring a friend

Eat fresh. Eat local
See you at the Market!

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