The weather has turned autumn-like and the days are getting shorter. However there is so much good food at the market right now. Squash has transitioned from summer (zucchini) to fall (pumpkins and delicata) and even winter (acorn, butternut, kabocha). There are still berries to be had. And don’t forget that we have cheese, honey,… Continue reading Week 15 – Changing Seasons
Do you grow your own veggies and fruit at home? We have just the contest for you! Bring one home-grown ugly produce to display at market and see how ugly yours are compared to other market patrons! And of course a we have a vendor category. Let’s see just how ugly some of our own… Continue reading Week 13 – Ugly Produce and Kasey Kahne Day
The bounty of summer has arrived! Please visit with Ode to Joy Farm, Cedar Spring Farm of Enumclaw and Kauffman Growers for your produce this week. We have a Butterfusion joining us for the first time. Neighborlady Cheese and Fantello Farmstead Creamery will have all kinds of cheesy goodness to satisfy your palette. And be… Continue reading Week 8 – Hot August Nights Are Here!
The 157th King County Fair kicks off on Thursday morning at 10:00 am over at the Enumclaw Expo Center. If you hit the fair early, be sure to stop by the market on your way home to pick up some fresh local produce. We will have a few vendors missing this week, but don't let… Continue reading Week 6 – King County Fair Week!
Steve Neason, Owner Produce: green beans, basil, beets, carrots, cucumbers, peppers, eggplant, lettuce, turnips, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, radicchio, escarole, garlic and more. Steve Neason, of Cedar Spring Farm of Enumclaw, has been gardening his entire adult life. He was the “IT guy with a garden” during his 32 years at Boeing and since retiring, gardening… Continue reading Vendor Spotlight: Cedar Spring Farm of Enumclaw