Or so it has been thus far, each week there is another great new vendor to find at market. This week you’ll find the following new growers and producers:
- BlackBird Pies – decadent dessert pies for your delight
- Melody Acres – Randy Stout will be joining us from Franklin, Indiana with his red and yellow onions, as well as remaining winter squash, and mustard greens.
- Ragamuffin Diapers – Kendra will be joining us from right around the corner, as she says, offering the many market moms the cloth diaper & baby wipe alternative!
- The Indy Food Co-op – Some folks on the near east side of downtown Indianapolis have been working very hard for over a year to open a food co-op on E. 10th St. They have now purchased a building and are looking for founding members. Stop by their table (next to the Englewood book co-op table) to find out more about Indy’s aspiring alternative grocer.
If you missed them last week, but sure to check out a HOT tamale from Koy at Harvest Lodge Catering. Notice Koy also has cookies, cakes and granola that will have you back next week begging for more. Don’t miss Brandon at Feel Good Foods either. Brandon is milling Indiana grown, chemical-free whole wheat. We used it in for our first bread loaf this week and it’s one of the best loaves we’ve made in a while! Make sure to get your favorite Endangered Species Chocolate this week or next. Excellent for your afternoon chocolate cravings, or in holiday goodie bags.
Capriole is home on the farm, working hard to fill all the holiday goat cheese demands, but they will be back at market on December 20th.
As always, drop an email to Market Master Laura Henderson if you have questions, suggestions, or ideas for the Indy Winter Farmers Market! We want to continue to make a place where community gathers and grows. Thanks to all who came out last week. It was an especially festive feeling week with the snow falling outside, hot tamales inside, and folks standing around to visit for a while.
See you tomorrow!