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July 24: Special cooking demo at the Wednesday Bushel Basket Farmers’ Market

Photo by Alan Acafuri.
Photo by Alan Scafuri.

The Wednesday Bushel Basket Farmers’ Market has welcomed a new vendor who brings with him beautiful and colorful cut flowers.

Duane Bordine of Bordine’s Farm is expected to be selling bouquets of cut snapdragons, zinnias and pin cushions plus stems of gladiolas at the market from 2:30-6 p.m. on Wednesdays across the street from the Wellness Center in the back of the professional building parking lot.

On July 24, Peter di Lorenzi of the Chelsea Community Kitchen will offer “Budget Market Meals” at the Bushel Basket Market on the Chelsea Community Hospital grounds and if you can’t make it Wednesday, on Saturday, July 27, he’ll repeat the presentation at the downtown Chelsea Farmers Market.

Demonstrations, recipes, and samples are free thanks to support  from these Farmers Market programs from the Chelsea Wellness Coalition/5 Healthy Towns Project.

Kapnik Farms: Tart cherries,  raspberries, peaches, blueberries, maybe baking apples, fudge and baked sweet rolls.

new-bread-close-upSprouted Alive Bakery: whole grain, raisin, sprouted and gluten-free bread.

Kapp Farms: baked goods, pretzels and rolls, hot and olive twists, crispy treats, cinnamon rolls, zucchini, string beans.

Lutchka Angus and Farm Market: sweet and cooking onions, eggs, herbs, kale, zucchini, summer squash, jalapenos, red and yellow potatoes, hot and sweet peppers, cabbage, cucumbers, string beans and dillweed.

Oak Hill Farm: honey, bee pollen, lotion bars, candles, gift bags with assorted honey products.

Mark’s Farms and Greenhouse: maple syrup, kale, chard, beets, kohlrabi, green and sweet onions, broccoli, cabbage, zucchini, summer squash, salad and slicing cukes, green and yellow beans, new, red, Yukon, gold and white potatoes.

Golden Fleece Farm, LLC: Grass fed beef products including ground beef, ground round, rib steaks, T-bone steaks, sirloin steaks, hamburger patties, beef brats, Italian sweet sausage, soup bones.

Greystone Creamery: feta, possibly ricotta, Man-chel cheese, possibly cow Gouda, Chelsea-cam, Rosy-cam, blue Man-chel, sheep Gouda, butternut, garlic pepper and plain cream cheese.

Pregitzer Farm Market, LLC: CSA pick-up, annuals in baskets, broccoli, summer squash, zucchini, kale, maybe sweet corn.

Janet’s LLC: grilling rubs, jam, flavored nuts, suckers, cajun butter, spices to make flavored butter, U-M and MSU “dammit dolls,” and greeting cards.

honeyT. J Farms: Tomatoes, zucchini, onions, perennials, nursery stock plants, trees and bushes.

Mama Mo: hummus and seitan. Hummus flavors include ginger squash, tan/cran orange, sesame chive satay, kalamata rosemary, black pepper walnut, roasted pepper, horseradish, roasted garlic, traditional, lemon zest, curry lime, tomato basil, onion dill, roasted beet, wasabi, jalapeno, chipotle. Seitan flavors include: nuggets, traditional, fajita strips, Italian fennel sausage, breakfast sage sausage, vegan BBQ, BBQ, roast.

Stone Hearth Breads and Bakery: pumpernickel, German rye and German rye seeded, Italian Milano, honey whole wheat, San Francisco sourdough, assorted cookies and buns, four-cheese pepperoni rolls, spinach feta cheese bread, multi-grain bread, country loaf, cheese bread, rosemary herb and tomato basil bread, four-cheese bread sticks, jalapeno cheese bread and assorted sweet breads — including cinnamon, cinnamon raisin, strawberry white chocolate, peach pecan, wild blueberry cream cheese, Reuben rolls, and bacon cheddar beer bread.

Good Times Kettle Corn: kettle corn in small and large bags.

All kinds of vegetables.
All kinds of vegetables.
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