We have had two very exciting weeks at the McMinnville Farmers’ Market and have an interesting problem. We are concerned we will run out of products before our member farms start sharing surplus with us.
We’ve been working diligently to prepare for this week’s market and I think we will have a full table:
Fruit Preserves of Various Types:
Pinot Noir wine jelly – rich and deep. Great with cheese but surprisingly perfect with peanut butter also.
Pinot Gris jelly – a lighter touch. Great on crackers, ideal with a super creamy cheese.
Lemon Peppered Pinot Gris Jelly – zipped up with lemon peel and black pepper. Not hot but full of flavor and can stand up to a stronger cheese.
Naughty Zuc marmalade – got you scratching your head on this one? Well, you know how zucchinis just take over a garden? We tried to offer a lemon zucchini marmalade last season to a limited success but we have zipped this up with double the lemon and a touch of limoncello…hence the naughtiness.
Berry Naughty – a freezer raid netted blackberries, golden raspberries and strawberries. The naughty touch is an orange liquor. Adults only.
Asian Plum Sauce – wonderful sweet and sour sauce that you are used to when you dip your eggroll at a Chinese restaurant. Also called Duck Sauce, it is excellent as a basting sauce for poultry. You can use it on the grill, in the oven, or even on the cooktop.
Rhubarb chutney – chunky relish like mixture that also has sweet and sour flavor notes with raisins and vinegar. Perfect on salmon. Also excellent on pork.
Pinot Noir salt – a finishing salt perfect on your steaks or burgers
Pinot Gris salt – a finishing salt great for chicken, pork or fish but absolutely superb on vegetables
Scarborough Fair blend – sing along now…are you going to Scarborough Fair? Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. Amazing mixed with softened butter and tucked under the skin of chicken. We introduced this last fall and sold out prior to Thanksgiving. Now the herbs are growing again so you can enjoy this blend this summer.
Italian herb blend – superb to use in any and all cooking, but it shines with tomatoes and cheese and the yumminess of pasta. Great on meats as well.
Breadboard – Graham made me a breadboard to knead my dough. Works for rolling out pie crusts also. Treated to minimize sticking. Beautiful as well.
Cutting boards – Several sizes and wood types and designs, some with a “show” side and a “cutting” side so you can hang it on the wall when not in use. Can be custom ordered with a design of your choice.
Anniversary trivet – This is a custom order item that is perfect for a wedding, graduation, or other very special event. Design it with Graham and receive it in about 2 weeks.
Rice bags – With headaches and muscle aches, I keep one in the freezer for a cold compress and store another in a cupboard to pop into the microwave for a warm touch. Ahhhhhh Just a hint of lavender in some to provide additional soothing aromatherapy.
Being a member of the buying club will offer you several benefits.
- Once you receive your email you can request to reserve an item. You will need to indicate about what time you will make it to the market so we can offer it for sale if you don’t show up. We know this system can work especially well for people who can’t get to the market when it opens at 1:00.
- Once in a while we will produce a very small batch. Buying club members will have first dibs.
- A volume discount is offered. If you want to purchase a mixed half case (6 products) you will get a 10% discount. If you want to purchase a mixed full case (12 items) you will get a 15% discount.
Anyone can come and taste whatever we are offering and purchase all they desire!!! If you want to join teh Buying Club, just provide your email address.
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So happy to be part of this. Are you going to make more jelly out of my wine?We also would like some of the salts made for us. What has been the feed back on the peppered jelly??
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I will be bringing you some of the pinot noir jelly, your portion of the pinot gris and the lemon pepper pinot gris as well as the two salts on Friday so you have them for the tasting room for the weekend. Big weekend coming up I know. The tasters at/near the Kitchen liked the lemon peppered and I have gotten a lot of interest based on the description. The farmers’ market is tomorrow and then I will really hear the comments to share with you, as well as how items sold. More pinot noir wine to be made next week, and if you have more pinot gris\ for us, we can process than as well. And, Gabrielle, thank you so much for being a very special farm partner with Can-Do!