Library Day — June 28

To celebrate Library Day at the Market this Sunday, we’ll be holding our annual Cookbook Swap! Bring cookbooks that just take up room on your shelf, and swap for new ones. Extra cookbooks can be donated to the Brighton Memorial Library. The Swap is sponsored by Friends of Brighton Memorial Library. Library staff will join us to offer information on summer reading activities at the Library for children and adults.

This Week at the Market

We have come to that delicious time of the year, early summer, when the sweet summer fruits ripen. This week you’ll find red and black raspberries, strawberries, and cherries at the Market, freshly picked and so full of the flavor you only find in local fruit. Lagoner Farms will have raspberries, strawberries, and sweet cherries. Fisher Hill Farm is bringing strawberries, plus rhubarb, zucchini, summer squash, peas, lettuce, radish, carrots, onions, garlic, scapes, potatoes, frozen chicken, eggs, and Red Jacket juices.

K&S Bischoping will have sweet cherries, and R&M Bischoping is bringing strawberries, plus lots of sugar snap and shelling peas and dried black beans. Fellenz Family Farm will have certified organic strawberries, raspberries, salad mix, Hakurei turnips, broccoli raab, lettuce, shelling peas, summer squash, spinach, fresh garlic, and herb transplants. Chicory Blue Gardens returns to the Market with pretty flower bouquets, including yellow yarrow and purple veronica.

Lighthouse Gardens will have certified organic cherry tomatoes, lettuce bouquets, garlic scapes, fresh garlic, herb and vegetable transplants, flowering annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, lettuce bowls, and herb planters. Shady Lane Farm is bringing spring onions, green garlic and scapes, rainbow chard, the first picking of sugar snap peas, freshly cut parsley and mints, and colorful cut flower bouquets.

Buzz’s Garden is bringing the first new potatoes of the season, celery hearts, spinach, zucchini, summer squash and their blossoms, sun gold cherry tomatoes, sugar snap peas, fresh garlic, lettuce bouquets, rainbow chard, kale, pea shoots, and French breakfast radishes. Bolton Farms will have spring mix, Boston bibb lettuce, lettuce bouquets, arugula, watercress, bok choi, tatsoi, escarole, mustard greens, parsley, kale, and basil from the farm’s hydroponic gardens, plus soil-grown heirloom tomatoes and pole beans.

Shannon Brook Farm is featuring pasture-raised, certified organic pork chops for 4th of July grilling and suggests this recipe. Growing Family Farms will have heirloom tomatoes, grape tomatoes, Japanese and English cukes, garlic scapes, kale, bishop cauliflower, Clio Italian dandelion, mustard greens, cut basil, no-spray white cherries, and Singer Naturals tart cherry juice. Happy Hooves Organic Farm is bringing soy-free eggs from free-ranging hens, soy-free pork from pastured pigs, and 100% grass-fed and finished beef, all certified organic and non-GMO.

Andy’s Specialty Garlic & Produce will have certified organic red beets, sugar snap peas, red leaf lettuce, baby spinach, garlic scapes, red radishes, green kale, Hakurei turnips, arugula, rainbow chard, green cabbage, sauerkraut, and garlic powder. Seaway Trail Honey is bringing the first honey of the year — fresh, local, raw, natural spring honey from apple, chestnut, and clover blossoms. Smugtown Mushrooms will have fresh oyster mushrooms, lion’s mane mushrooms, and Reishi mushrooms, fresh cut flower bouquets, fresh herbs, teas, kombucha kits, and mushroom grow kits.

Clearview Farm is bringing grass-fed Angus ground beef in bulk and patties, certified organic rhubarb, sage, rosemary, thyme, basil, lemon mint, dry cannellini  and black beans, and organically-fed and certified organic free-range eggs. East Hill Farm will have basil, sugar snap peas, beets, sprouts, fresh garlic, scapes, fennel, summer squash, bunch chard, kale, specialty field greens, eggs, and bread.

Wohlschlegel’s Naples Maple Farm is bringing maple cotton candy and maple mustard in larger “no nooks, no crannies” jars. Iroquois White Corn Project is sampling and selling roasted cornmeal cookies. Allens Hill Farm returns to the market with granolas, pancake and baking mixes, dukkah, fresh grass-fed rabbit, and free-range eggs. Nordic Farm is featuring 4th of July jam, garlic jam, hot pepper jam, two kinds of scones, and three kinds of granolas.

JonJohn’s Bakery will have beef chuck roast sandwiches, baked macaroni and cheese, banana pudding, strawberry rhubarb pie, oreo cookie cheesecake brownies, peanut butterballs, blueberry lemon cake, blueberry and raspberry muffins, German chocolate cake, beyond chocolate cake, sweet potato and strawberry tarts, and double decker vanilla strawberry cream cake. Lavender Moon will have Bug Off and Tick Me Off for this very buggy season.

Eat Me Ice Cream is bringing sammies — strawberry-mascarpone ice cream, strawberry-coconut dairy free, and the hug up; pints — currant-vanilla custard, and strawberry in cream and dairy-free; and ice candy — passion fruit and strawberry. Flour City Pasta will have cucumber pasta and habanero fettuccine. Le Petit Poutine will offer local sausage gravy poutine, bacon and egg poutine, lemon bars, s’more bites, lemon lavender soda, and ginger soda.

Newbury Park Pastries will have chicken, Philly cheesesteak, veggie, shepherds, panang, and pulled pork pot pies plus triple berry tarts and coconut cream pies. Small World Food will have country multigrain bread, sauerkraut, strawberry pastry knots, pain au levain bread, curry cashew granola, kimchi, and miso. Biscotti for Everybotti is bringing vegan cinnamon, gluten-free chocolate, coconut chocolate chip, and puebla mole biscotti, based on a Mexican recipe. Tripleberry Farm will have pesticide-free jams, featuring fresh raspberry, and goat milk soaps including fresh lavender and jewel weed for poison ivy.

Community Composting/Impact Earth is offering a compost special (buy 2 bags, get one free); you can sign up for composting services and get two free weeks with code Impact Earth; thanks to Elizabeth and Robert of Impact Earth for helping Brighton Farmers’ Market work toward zero waste. Rise and Shine Bread will have English muffin bread, asiago ciabatta, rosemary focaccia, raisin, wheat, honey wheat, rye, sweet breads, and brownies.

Also at the Market

Jeff Slutsky and Friends will perform in the music tent.

ColorBrightonGreen.org will collect recycling items; check here for items they are currently able to accept and recycle.

Please consider donating to the Brighton Food Cupboard, to support their efforts on behalf of the needy in our community.

EBT/SNAP Bonus Program

We’re pleased to offer our Market Bonus Program for EBT/SNAP customers. Purchase at least $10 in tokens with an EBT card, and receive $5 in bonus tokens to be used at the market to purchase EBT eligible foods.

Market Details

Brighton Farmers’ Market is held Sundays, 9 am to 1 pm, through October 25th in the Brighton High School parking lot, 1150 Winton Road S. The Market is sponsored by the Town of Brighton. More information about the market can be found at http://www.brightonfarmersmarket.org or on the Market’s Facebook page.

See you Sunday!