Newly returned to the
market, Pat Killian is mostly making wreaths right now for the holidays.
She also has poison ivy soap.
- see the folks at UpsideDown Farms
This week, Jean is at
the Cox Mill Elementary Fall Festival. And UpsideDown Farms is helping vend
her wares. There are so many different soaps it's hard to keep up. NEW
ginger/white tea, beer soap, peppermint-eucalyptus, several lemony
varieties, lavenders, manly ones, cedar spice, shaving, charcoal/ pumice,
and others plus the classic unscented ones. Plus rich solid lotion sticks
for dry skin.
including tatsoi, Swiss chard and ARUGULA. They've also got their usual
assortment of free range eggs, beef, pork, chicken, duck AND turkey. If
you're looking for a specific cut you may want to email them in advance: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's been getting cooler and their socks, hats and other alpaca wool
products are very popular gift items!
Fresh shiitake mushrooms available. Plus dried. Plus microwavable potato
bags and reusable Christmas bags. And custom painted "corn hole bag
toss" boards available.
Absent or likely Absent:
Bame Farms - Out
The Funky Pepper
- Probably not (their labels can't handle the rain)
Flowers and Vegetables - Out this week
Bread Riot's "Winter Harvest"
boxes source from a number of Salisbury Farmers' Market vendors during the
Winter months after the market closes. Get fresh local food products
(Including bread from Emma's Bread Basket and eggs (mostly from Two Pigs
farm) every other week. More details at breadriot.org/winter-harvest (Delivery and
downtown pick up at St. John's Lutheran Church are available)