Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Saturday 11/26/16

Post Thanksgiving Market-Still drawing a crowd. There is snow on the mountains, but not in the local valley. That means skiers can cruise into town on their way to Killington, and easily do some shopping-Like at the Winter Market.

 Pottery and Pickles

 And more Pottery. That's Susan D. avoiding my camera.

Orchard Hill Bakery makes this swell Focaccia. during the summer, they do Wednesday Bake-Your-Own-Pizza nights. It's a fun time.

 Little Baguettes.

What would a Market Watch be without Ruthie-This time hair down. I remember Ruth when her mother Mahla used to bundle her up and sit her in the back of Miller's booth.

Winter squashes (squash?)

Sample some Quince.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Saturday 11/12/16

Still no snow-still warm. We could be marketing outside. But here they are in the River Garden. There was supposed to be coffee here, but none in sight. Maybe next year I'll do the winter market. We'll see.

 Bigan-pronounced "Bee-Jan", sells fragrant soaps.

 Jerry produces everything on his farm by hand. Nice maple syrup.

Kurt and Orchard Hill Bakery bread. They fire the ovens for two days, get them to about 6-700 degrees, then bake many many loaves day and night.

 Patty makes pastries that look too good to eat-but I eat them anyway. They taste great.

 Ruthie sells Miller's apples.

The winter market has fresh produce. I don't know how these guys do it.

Monday, November 7, 2016

Winter Market 11/3/16

Winter Market started. It is located indoors at the River Garden, right in the middle of town. I don't do this market because reasons, but I decided to cover it for the Market Watch Blog. Seems like a pretty good opening day.

 Nice sized crowd of marketgoers.

 Patty's beautiful confections

Buy your squeeze a ring.

 Ruthie's back

 Trish and Chris with their Good Body Products.

Here are some nice greens.