Vendor Highlights for Saturday, August 6

Featured this week:

  • It’s peak season for summer produce with tomatoes, corn, peppers, melons, berries, squash, eggplant, and more available all over the Market!
  • Hickory Valley Farms joins us off-schedule this week with their new hickory cookies, Rebecca’s Best. You’ll find them on the west side of the market between Old Major and 3 Dog Bakery.

Other vendor news:

  • Pig’s Tale Charcuterie is in a different location this Saturday – on the south side between Wildflower Ridge Honey and Artisano’s Oils & Spices.
  • Wild Sage Tea Company is 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!

Taste of the Fair

The Indiana State Fair started this week and as always, it’s a great place to eat. Red Frazier Bison has two stands at the fair with bison cheesesteak eggrolls, bison chili; bison poutine, bison ribeye, buffalo brats, buffalo burgers, buffalo dogs, buffalo jerky, and more. They also have an entry in this year’s Taste of the Fair — their Bison Lettuce Wrap with ground bison, onion, water chestnut, ginger, carrot, hoisin and soy, served with butter lettuce and sauce!

WHAT’S COOKING: It’s Tea Time!

When I think of summer, I picture a big jar of sun tea brewing out in the back yard and anticipate sipping an ice-cold glass of tea on the porch on a steamy summer afternoon or evening. The basic method is super easy – and there are lots of ways to add fun flavor to your own beautiful brew.
Get the recipe.

 

Our musicians volunteer to perform at the Market, so tips are much appreciated!

 

MUSICAL GUEST: Market Area – Danmore Kusaya

Dan Kusaya is a one-man band — cool, likeable, and unique. He has a huge repertoire of songs, and the musical mix is world and afrobeat-groovy. Dan uses story-like lyrics, and powerful looping of several instruments while performing original songs and more.

 

MUSICAL GUEST: Dining Pavilion – Kris Huntley

Kris Huntley describes himself as a basic consumer born and raised on planet earth. He does a wide selection of catchy songs from the sixties to today with irresistable energy and style. You’re sure to be grooving and singing along.

 

 

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