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Happenings at Downtown Farmers Market December 21

Friday, December 21, 2012

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Join us Fridays 11am-2pm!
Please note: There will be no market next Friday, December 28. We'll return on January 4, 2013 (and every Friday after that!).
Today at Downtown Farmers Market!
Holiday baked goods at Chatham Lea

Vendor Highlights
Community Greenhouse Partners
Micro greens

Valley City Fungi
Oysters, shiitakes, dried mushrooms, and grow-your-own logs

Sherry's Classic Cuisine
Award-winning Pumpkin Seed Trail Mix, homemade peanut butter, cashew butter, and more!

The Farm at Chatham Lea
Produce: Brussel sprouts, green onions, kale, ginger, squash, sweet peppers, dried hot peppers, and leeks
Bakery: Holiday cakes and cookies, muffins, scones, brownies, and biscotti

Spices and dried herbs - Everything's $1.00!

Kernels by Chrissie
- White Chocolate Peppermint Popcorn
- Chocolate drizzled Caramel Popcorn
- Pumpkin Spice Popcorn Bark
- White Cheddar Rosemary
- Tuxedo (dark and white chocolate drizzled caramel) - New flavor this week! 
KBC will also have a "gifting specialist" on hand to take orders for holiday gift tins, with sizes ranging from 1 gallon, 2 gallon, 3.5, and even 6.5 gallons as well as bulk sizes of your favorite flavors to help make your holiday party a popcorn party. KBC's Kettle Corn, (which of course is delicious all-natural, no preservatives, low-fat, high fiber, gluten-free, trans-fat-free) is available in special snack- size classroom treat sets sold by the dozen!  Perfect for the upcoming school holiday party or to tuck in lunch boxes!

Pig Lickin' Good BBQ

- BBQ Rib Sampler $8.00
- Pulled Pork Sandwich $6.00
- Italian Sausage w/ peppers & onions $5.00
- Cheesy potatoes $2.00
- Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Corn Bread $1.00 each
***Holiday Special: Mix or Match BBQ Sauce 
or Sweet Poppyseed dressing 3 for $12.00 (a savings of $3.00!)
Shop Small and Shop Local 
You'll find unique gifts at the farmers market but also at some of the shops in 5th Street Arcades, including Collective Upcycle, Curious Cleaveland and Publish Ohio.

We're indoors at the 5th Street Arcades through May 2013!

(formerly Colonial Marketplace, 530 Euclid Ave) 
You can find us every Friday 11am-2pm in the 5th Street Arcades between East 4th and East 6th Streets, Euclid and Prospect Avenues. 
“Produce Perks” accepted: EBT users will receive “Produce Perks,” a dollar for dollar bonus (up to $10) to be spent on fresh fruits and vegetables. Produce Perks are available at area farmers markets while supplies last. Please stop by the information table for more information or to use your card.

EBT, WIC, senior coupons and debit cards are accepted.

Here's our list of vendors for the 2012 holiday season:
  • Por-Bar Farms: Heirloom and organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs
  • Community Greenhouse Partners: Organic vegetables and greens grown just a few blocks east of downtown
  • Harvest in Christ: Heirloom produce grown using sustainable methods
  • Maggie's Farm: An urban farm located in The Stockyards
  • Roasted Chestnuts by Georgy Nagy: Chestnuts roasted in a wood-fired oven
  • Ohio Farm Direct: Organic, grassfed cheese
  • Sherry's Classic Cuisine: Homemade granolas, trail mixes, fresh nut butters, fresh baked bread
  • Blaze Gourmet: Exotic hot sauce and salsas
  • SPICEHOUND: High quality spices, herbs, chillies, and natural salts
  • Kernels by Chrissie: Hand-crafted, gourmet popcorn from Ohio grown corn
  • The Tea and Honey Company: Locally made teas, honey, and other aromatherapy items
  • The Farm at Chatham Lea: local produce and baked goods
  • Chutney Rolls: Indian-infused wraps - healthy, spicy, and delicious! 
  • BONJOUR Crepes: Made-to-order sweet and savory crepes
  • Pig Lickin' Good BBQ: Hot-off-the-grill BBQ, and award-winning BBQ sauces & salad dressings
  • Holly Ridge: Holiday wreaths and greenery

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