The Catonsville Farmers Market is a celebration of all things local, including local artisans and makers.
*Due to inclement weather, the market will not be open on February 7th.*
Please note: Our winter hours have begun, we will be at the market from 10:30 to 12:30 every other Wednesday from now through April.
Here are the dates we will be at the market until we start the regular hours each week in the spring. February 7th and 21st, March 7th and 21st, April 4th and 18th and then every week starting May 2nd.
In addition to the regular vendors, Bells Acres, In Kerry’s Kitchen, King Mushrooms, and Lisa Loves (all things sweet) will be at the market on February 4th. See below for details about each vendors provisions respectively.
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Thank you for supporting local makers & food producers! Stock up on traditionally preserved jams and jellies, honey, seasonal cookbooks, soaps, lotions, healing salves and essential oils.
Eve’s Cheese will have colby, cheddar, cheddar with horseradish, smoked cheddar, jalapeno cheddar, Chesapeake Colby, Chipotle Colby, cheddar with garlic and chives, Italian Colby, and Colby with dill. All of Eve’s cheese comes in half pound blocks. The cheese is made from raw milk. Pick up from Blades Orchard.
Stephen of Blades Orchard will have several varieties of apples. If you need a lot of apples, Blades offers seconds on apples, let them know one week in advance. They will also have honey, sugar free apple butter, preserves, and canned peaches.
Faulkner Branch Hard Cider is part of the Blades Orchard Family and can be tasted every week. They offer three finished ciders, Head Waters, Tax Ditch Green, and The Jungle. Not a hard cider fan? Fresh pressed apple cider is available at Blades Orchard as well.
Cindy at Glenville Hollow Farms will have cabbage, autumn choice squash (butternut type), Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, white sweet potatoes (must try these), white potatoes, onions, turnips, carrots, cannellini beans, pecans, peanuts, hickory nuts, and walnuts. So many assorted jams that can’t be missed like bourbon pear, cinnamon cider, pink champagne, pomegranate cranberry, mango persimmon and vanilla cinnamon. Plus homegrown popcorn, perfect for snacking or turn those freshly popped kernels into caramel popcorn!
Kite Hill Farms will have her fabulous eggs, lamb, lamb chops, ground beef, beef steaks, pork chops, ground turkey, roasts, ham steaks, and Kate will have her locally raised selection of frozen meats, sausages, whole chickens, bone-in chicken breasts, and legs.
Gerrit from Little Paris will have butter and almond-filled croissants as well as chocolate croissants and delicious assorted pastries, the much-beloved Artisanal baguette, and a variety of freshly baked breads. Be sure to pick up their fabulous black bread with walnuts and raisins. It’s a great loaf to use for sandwiches, like chicken salad, and egg salad, and it makes great breakfast toast as well.
This week Kerry will have two homemade soups. Old fashioned turkey and rice soup and her mother’s favorite soup — stop by to find what this delicious soup is all about (and the story)! Kerry will also have assorted dips.
Lisa’s Love will have triple chocolate salty caramel cookies, sultana toffee (golden raisin/toffee) cookies, the Mayer’s munch (gluten-free) cookies, breakfast cookies
and 5-inch pecan pies.
King Mushrooms will be at the market all through the month of January with a variety of their fabulous mushrooms.
Belles Acres has a variety of artisan sheep’s milk soaps, lotions, healing salves, essential oils, age defying serum, and face and body scrubs. (Ask about the powerful benefits of magnesium.) If you want the most amazing healing cream for your hands, I can’t say enough about their raw honey and emu goat milk hand cream!
Michele’s Granola has finished for the 2017 season. We look forward to seeing you back at the market in 2018. They have fresh handmade varieties like ginger hemp, apple quinoa, cherry chocolate, pumpkin spice, and of course their original which made them so famous, as well as toasted Muesli. Stock your pantry with their innovative and delicious granola varieties.
Here are some great granola ideas: top any variety of fresh assorted fruit or yogurt with granola, add to muffin, pancake, or waffle batter, for a simple and nutritious breakfast, slice apples horizontally, spread the slices with nut butter and cover with granola, for a fun bite-sized snack, press both sides of banana slices in granola, and for a delightful crunchy twist, top your next bowl of hot oatmeal with granola! Coat chicken pieces with ginger hemp for a flavor sensation you won’t soon forget. Use pumpkin spice granola as a crust for your next pumpkin pie. So many healthy granola possibilities!
Bees by the Bay has finished for the 2017 season. We look forward to seeing you next year.
Max’s Degrees has finished for the 2017 season. Take your taste buds to the max degree! Stock up on their artisanal salt and their wonderful seasoning blends.
Great Shoals uses local fruits from Maryland farms to craft high quality wines and ciders. Stop by and sample their unique hard ciders and sparkling wines. They use Maryland grapes, apples, pears, peaches, and other fruits from local sources to create their lines of hard ciders, wines, and traditional méthode champenoise sparklings. Great Shoals is at the market the first two Wednesdays of the month. Please note: Great Shoals has finished for the 2017 season.
Helen’s Garden has finished for the 2017 season.
Kejuana Walton from the University of Maryland Extension’s adult program, Market to Mealtime of the Food Supplement Nutrition Education Program has finished for the 2017 season. Hope to see you back with us in 2018.
Thank you Mark Vidor for the lovely music from the accordion!
Market Master: Cindy Yingling
Marketing Coordinator: Kerry Dunnington