Bunches of lavender at Harvest Moon Flower Farm

Vendor Highlights for Saturday, June 25

Summer is officially here, and summer produce is coming on. Word this morning from Johnny Raber Family Farm is that he will have “tons” of tomatoes this week as well as green beans, new potatoes, blueberries, and even blackberries! Also look for early tomatoes, green beans, eggplant, and peppers at Compean & Sons, Weathered Plow Farm, and Full Hand Farm.

Starting this week:
  • My Dad’s Sweet Corn will not be starting until next Saturday, July 2 (just in time for Independence Day). Dad stopped by last week to let us know the corn just wasn’t going to be ready for this week.
  • Pete’s Peaches starts this Saturday with very limited peaches, but also blueberries.
  • This is the last week for The Dirt Bar so grab their pots and container plants while you can.
Other Vendor news:
  • Lumpia Creations will have mix & match deals so you can try multiple flavors of their fabulous Filipino egg rolls.
  • Wild Alaska Seafood & Salmon will be back this week after missing Week #2. You probably need your seafood fix, right?
  • 317 Juicery, Farmers Sassy Sauce, Wild Sage Tea Co., and Wildschool Market are back after being out last Saturday.
  • Farm to Product, Pet Wants Indy, Kuacha & me(h), Small Batch Soups, and Hole Pottery are out this week.

See our alphabetical Summer Vendor List for all our vendors with their regular schedules and offerings. To find vendor locations at the Market, check the BRFM Vendor Map each week or scan the Vendor Map QR Code at the market entrance!

WHAT’S COOKING: What’s in a Name?

When I started cooking as a young adult in the 70s, pasta primavera was a popular dish. The name means pasta of spring, but most recipes I’ve found use summer vegetables. Then again, the nice thing about this recipe is that you can use any vegetables you like at any season. So you could say, “pasta primavera by any other name would still taste as sweet.”  Get the recipe.

MUSICAL GUEST: Market Area – Nick Ivanovich

This Saturday we are pleased to welcome Nick Ivanovich back to the Market with his traditional Ukrainian folk music-influenced songs full of alluring minor modes and sweet melodies. Come listen while you shop this Saturday!

MUSICAL GUEST: Dining Pavilion – Pat McBride

Enjoy music by Pat McBride this Saturday. Pat brings us folk rock originals along with standards and 60’s favorites. He’s always popular at the Market.  Come listen to him sing and play while you breakfast in the dining pavilion!


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