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Please join us this Saturday from 10-2 for the Upper State Street Farm Market at 1010 State Street – between Lawrence and Edwards.
Special for this week:
ELM CITY KETTLE CORN will join us this week. The good folks from the locally-owned Elm City pop their kettle corn on-site using nothing but corn, vegtable oil, sugar, and salt. Simple home-grown goodness that is just simply delightful. Get it while it’s hot… literally.
Carol Cyr will have a stall this week to sell her “Rick Rack” . . handmade modern and unique reusable oil cloth items for the home and the family. Thoroughly practical gear, with decoratve vintage appeal!
Kathy Shea of Paws N Effect Canine Training Center will join us this week to offer tips and tricks for getting your canine pal to cooperate, plus she will have some fun games to surprise dogs and humans alike. Bring your pet/friend, to meet Kathy, and join thedoggie festivities.
This week, the Upper State Street Farm Market is also proud to feature the following vendors:
Bodichitta Farms (Prospect, CT): Heirloom tomatoes, microgreens snipped to-order, cabbages, cucumbers, maple syrup, honey,and spectacular garden bouquets — all organic. Also ask them about their CSA!
Chestnut Fine Foods (Upper State Street, New Haven): Chestnut will knock your socks off this week. An amazing array of baked goods, homemade yogurt, ricotta cheese, pesto, butter, and granola, CT cheeses, fresh mozzarella, a full range of Farmer’s Cow milk, French baguettes and always an amazing variety of cakes, tarts, and other beautiful baked goods. Stop by early to get a Chestnut breakfast sandwiches – they go fast!
Eaglewood Farm (Barkhamsted, Connecticut): A full range of beef and pork products, including sausages, bacon, and ribs, raised with love and respect, and without hormones or antibiotics.
Flowers from the Farm (Hamden, CT): An amazing array of tomotoes, herbs, arugula, cabbages, cucumbers, tomatoes, Swiss chard, zucchini, summer squash, and truly lovely flowers. Plus maybe they’ll bring that seriously cute puppy again
Giff’s Originals (Cheshire, CT): Welcome back, Marie! Jalapeno jelly, mango salsa, and pomegranite chutney – these are just a few of the lovely sauces and condiments that Giff’s brings to the market. These actually almost sound like menu items from Hogwarts, no? They truly are nigh on magical. Greczyk Farms (New Hartford, CT): Potatoes, tomatoes, corn galore, cucumbers, kohlrabi, lettuce, onions, broccoli, eggplant, and zucchini—all produced using Integrated Pest Management — and cage-free eggs.
Goatville Mechanic (Bishop Street, East Rock): Local bicycle mechanic Joel LeChance will be on-site to tune up your bike while you shop. . . or snack. . . or chat.
Han-Mi Oriental Food (New Haven, CT): Hand-crafted Korean specialties including dumplings, sautéed noodles, and seaweed salad, edamame, scallion pancake, and more. Stop by for a free sample of their delicious green tea. This week’s Korean vocubulary lesson: JAB CHE is clear sweet potato noodles with vegetables.
Killam and Bassette Farmstead (South Glastonbury, CT): (If you’re reading this aloud, take a deep breath now… annnndd) Concord grapes, apples, pears, all kinds of peppers, raspberries, plums, tomatoes (plenty of handles of 2nd tomatoes for canning and cooking), cheery and grape tomoatoes, eggplant, corn, beans, beets, radishes, & lettuce, zucchini, yellow squash, cabbage, and cucumbers! Just a few more weeks for peaches & nectarines – get ‘em while you can… All grown using Integrated Pest Management. There’s peach jam too – yum! Oh! Plus eggs from happy chickens. And breathe again.
Koffee? (Audubon Street, New Haven): Delicious organic, fairly-traded coffee – hot, iced, or by the bean – as well as organic iced tea and lemonade. And service with a toothy smile.
Little Monster Cakes (New Haven, CT): All vegan, mostly organic totally delicious treats, including cupcakes, doughnuts, alfajores, and more… what they’ll delight us with next depends on the monster-bakin’ whims. Several gluten-free options too!
Soup Girl (Hamden, CT): It looks like this week’s menu will include Apricot Lentil, Thai Coconut Chicken, and Italian Wedding soups and… COCONUT PUDDING! (yes, yes, yes!) Surely there will be a few other surprises in there too. She’s so good to us, that Soup Girl.
Creative Organics, Ripe Drinks, and Meriano’s Bake Shoppe will not be at the Market this week. Creative and Ripe should be back next week.
Organized by a volunteer committee of neighborhood residents, and coordinated by the Upper State Street Association, the mission of the Upper State Farm Market is to promote community on Upper State Street and in New Haven by helping to bring fresh, local food to the neighborhood and connecting local farmers with consumers. Want to get involved? Send us a note or stop by the table. We can always use spare hands and more company.
Did you know that you can vote for us in the America’s Favorite Farmers Market contest? If you have a moment, please do express your enthusiasm. Since we’re such a wee neighborhood market, we know our showing will be humble, but we love the idea and the feedback!
Come for the food, stay with the community,
~ The Market Team