Let it Rain—We’re Indoors for April!

Be sure to head to the Mansfield Growers Market 3-6 pm on Friday. Last week for our first market 150 folks came on down. Many vendors sold out and everyone had a great time. We are off to a great start!DSCF5310

Running Bear Farm has a limited amount of produce, including spinach, Napa cabbage, broccoli rabe, and beet greens. They will also have a variety of meat including lamb cuts & sausage, poultry, and rabbit. Inn to the Seasons will have a variety of meat cuts, as well as manicotti, blintzes, etc. made from their fresh ricotta.

Herb Corner will have more starter veggie plants for early gardeners, and bay leaves. Yorkshire Meadows will be back with a colorful assortment of sweaters, felted mittens, hats and scarves, and yummy sauerkraut, scones, shortbread cookies, lemon and lime curd, a variety of jams.

Simply Sweet, a new vendor, has amazing granola, granola bars, gourmet soft pretzels, biscotti, and some fine woodcrafts for sale. If you’d like to place a bulk order for granola, you may buy 2 lbs for a $3 discount. You may pre-order from before the Market so they can package it in bulk or pick from what is available at the Market. To pre-order either email stefaniegreenawalt@yahoo.com or find Simply Sweet on Facebook and place your order there.

DSCF5311Glenfiddich Farm Baked Goods will have oatmeal bread, sourdough bread, cinnamon raisin sourdough bread, raspberry almond tea bread, white chocolate macadamia nut cookies, cinnamon rolls, chocolate peanut butter cookies, fougasse, lime tarts, and key lime cupcakes. She will also have red salsa and green salsa, in addition to vanilla sugar. And if it’s bagels you want, come see Donna—she has a wide variety!

And finally, with all the gardening you are doing (or, in my case, will do any day now . . . ) you definitely need some gentle but hard-working goat milk soap from Always Somethin’ Farm. And to avoid those painful cracks follow up with the hand cream. I am loving the new “Walk in the Woods” scent.

So tell your friends about us and come on down to enjoy fresh food grown by your friends. The market is located at 30 E. Wellsboro Street. And remember, it can rain all it wants because we’re inside for all of April! Find us on Facebook or on the web at mansfieldgrowersmarket.wordpress.com. If you have questions please email MGMPAinfo@gmail.com.

Take care,


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