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Weekly Market Notes for November 19, 2009

Hello Market Friends:

We've got wonderful fall food this year with the long slow cool-down. Keep eating local, it's good for you and farmers too! Thanks to everyone who expressed their appreciation for the market's 7 years. It's only possible with loyal support, so please keep it up!

It's rink-flooding week; you'll find us and the zamboni in and around the buildings.

Berettas news: "We will be having the Boneless Blade beef roast for $15 each again because they were so popular last week. As well we will be having our Ribeye steak on special for $10 each, and the grass only ground beef for $5 each." Stock up this week, as Berettas will be absent on November 26th.

Angelos (Country Meadows) is away harvesting olives in Greece for a couple more weeks.

Sosnickis news: "We'll be there with lotsa Potato/Cheddar Perogies, Sauerkraut Perogies, Potatoes, Onions, Cabbages, Beets, Celery, Celeriac, Carrots with tops still and some tatsoi too! For those who haven't checked out our blog lately, please do for a great look at our storage crops, Prince Charles checking out our produce and other recent happenings at Sosnicki Organics at:" Jess

"Hey all, I trust everyone has enjoyed all the nice weather this week. Lots of wonderful veggies to please the palate. A great selection of Greenfields root crops including; Chiogga & Lutz Beets, Red & Savoy Cabbage, Purple & Orange Carrots, Celeriac, Kohlrabi, Watermelon Radish and Daikon Radish, Rutabaga and Sunchokes. Ontario Yams and Parsnips as well. Purple and Green Kale and Collards too! A nice selection of fruit to round things off. See you there," Mark

Tim Clement writes: "This week's featured crÍpe is a medley of oven roasted seasonal vegetables, including local organic butternut squash, beets, celery root, cauliflower, potatoes and onions, provided by Ted Thorpe and Sosnickis Farms. Slow roasting always brings out the natural sweetness of these ingredients, resulting in a one of a kind crÍpe that is beyond description!"

"Urban Harvest and Earthly Paradise will be back this time with body care and some seeds. Let us know if you want any amendments and we will bring special orders. Space will be tight but cosy! See you there," Pablo

Deer Valley will be in the rinkhouse with venison for autumn menus.

Congratulations to Mathieu of Chocosol on the birth of Silas!

From Jutta Mason: "The first winter Friday Night Supper is this Friday, November 20 -- the cooks are Anna Galati and Anna Bekerman (just off the train from NYC), and there should be some good zamboni action, since the rink is set to open the next morning. The "ice-watching" supper."

See you at the market!


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