September is National Honey Month
Celebrate National Honey Month! Stop by Wildflower Ridge Honey this week and get a free 2-oz. honey bear with each purchase. Stay tuned for more specials each week throughout September.
BRFM Vendor News and Notes
Be sure to visit our vendors located in the center of the Market. Coffee, flowers, compost/trash/recycle, and this week, blade sharpening (next week salmon & seafood), can be found there.
- Look for representatives from Marion County WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) to be at the Market this Saturday with vouchers.
- We have a new vendor starting Saturday. Pet Wants Indy Central is taking over the Pet Wants franchise and the old 317 Dogs spot at the Market.
- 3-in1 Restaurant and Lick Ice Cream are back at the Market after being out last week.
- La Chinita Poblana and Farm to Product are both out this week. Nicey Treat lost power to their freezers and everything thawed so they are also out this week.
- Xchocol’Art will be out this week and the following week – back on September 18th.
- Bloomer’s Greenhouse and Pete’s Peaches are both out for the remainder of the season.
For the regular schedules of all our vendors at the Summer Market, see our Summer Vendor List.
Stop by the BRVA booth and pickup your purchased ducks from the Duck Race. Home Tour tickets will also be available at the booth along with information about the tour coming up Sept. 18 & 19.
Check out this week’s recipe – Food, Fire, & Foil (3 foil packet meals) to make this weekend.
ARTISAN SNACKS AT THE MARKET:
Say It Ain’t Salsa offers handmade salsas from fire-roasted tomatoes, and other fresh ingredients. Nate Partin’s delicious salsa is made in small batches, allowing him and his crew to apply strict quality control. They process their salsa using water bath canning, which enables them to keep the fresh flavor of their salsa without the use of added preservatives or sugars. Try Mild, Medium, or Inferno.
Fresh & Authentic
Starting in 2012, Myriam Boyer began making her authentic and freshly-made guacamole and salsas out of a commercial kitchen. They were a huge hit and from there, her reputation spread. Guacamole and More gets fresh avocados from a local wholesale provider and other fresh ingredients from local growers. They also make fresh baked chips, pico de gallo, and key lime pie.
Home Grown Good
Jacob and Amanda Baird run Groomsville Popcorn with the help of our family and staff. They planted their first popcorn seed in 2015 and never looked back. The Bairds sell only what they grow themselves, and take great pride in offering a wide array of healthy snacks created from non-GMO popcorn seed grown in the rich soil of Tipton County.
MORE ARTISAN SNACKS:
Eat Surreal (Brittney Baxter) makes plant-based, nut- & gluten-free cheese balls and spreads.
Farm to Product (Anna Powell) creates small batch hummus along with other products.
Trailhead Naturals (Akshaya Bhat) does granola, trail mix, protein balls, and other items.