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Our Holiday Markets are here!

Get everything you need for Thanksgiving
from food for the main event 
to hostess gifts
and everything in between!

+ cauliflower is our feature this week
+ Alex's Preserving the Harvest information at the green market tent

We're at 2-50 South Hamilton Street from 8am to 1pm every Saturday!
Thank you for all of  your help to raise money for Pine 2 Pink. As soon as we have the totals from vendor sales and merchandise sales, we will share that with you.
Quiet please, we're doing maths ... LOL! 

Our 2nd Annual Winter Market is almost here! 
We have 3 more regular season markets left. We are open on South Hamilton Street until November 19th. Beginning December 3rd, we will have our 2nd Annual Winter Market in the warm and cheerful space of  the Mercantile in Doylestown. Our Winter Market dates are as follows:

December 3rd and 17th

January 7th and 21st

February 4th and 18th

Our Winter produce vendors are Pan's Forest, Love Grows, and Solrig Farm Microgreens. Our bakers will join us, as well as Jersey Pickles, Perfect Day Coffee, Nord Bread and many of our non-food vendors too. Save the dates! 

Coming to the market this week:
Wildemore Farm  This is Jay's last week for this season. He'll have plenty of apples for you! Apples make a great hostess gift in a big basket lined with pretty dish towels (just a suggestion ;) Say hello to Jay on your way in or out this week. We won't see him again until opening day in April 2023. We thank Jay for all of the delicious food he has grown for us this season!  
Noshes by Sherri   Raspberry Jam Rugelach is a top hit! Head on over to to Pre-Order. They will also have lots of Fall inspired flavors, including, their popular Pumpkin Spice Mandel Bread, and Famous Jewish Apple Cake!
Nord Bread   The November flavor of the month is Polenta Sage, made with unbleached white flour, whole wheat flour, Castle Valley Mill's Polenta, water, dried sage, and sea salt. They will also have a pumpkin spice spelt pan loaf made with white flour, spelt flour, organic Pumpkin Puree, Pumpkin Seeds, Pumpkin Spice, water, and sea salt. Other flavor options are plain sourdough, Ryebrid, Super Seed, Honey Whole Wheat, plain and Everything soft pretzels, Energy Loaf, Viking Loaf and 100% Spelt loaf. Place your pre-orders HERE
Swheat Escape's November menu will simply hug you! They have two variations of brioche rolls- apple cinnamon with a cream cheese frosting and classic chocolate with a vanilla drizzle. Brown butter is a central theme in their salted butterscotch blondies and yeast-raised brown butter maple fritter. Pumpkin is still available in the form of a muffin and a pumpkin caramel brownie! They also have blueberry and lemon ricotta muffins, as well as a vegan apple pie bar. And of course, sandwich bread, mini brioche rolls, their newly branded all-purpose gluten-free flour, and cookbook will be available. You can also pre-order online or place an order at the market for pumpkin, chocolate pecan, and apple crumble pies to complete your Thanksgiving table! Preorder at or come on by!
Manoff Market Cidery will be offering four different hard ciders:   Stayman (aged in Chestnut, dry and sparkling) ; Winesap (aged in Oak, like a sparkling Chardonnay) ; Northern Comfort (aged in a cider brandy barrel) ; and Treehouse (made with the quince fruit).  They will also be bringing their non-alcoholic sparkling cider.  From their farm market, they will be offering a selection of their homemade preserves - all made from their fruit.
Trauger's Farm  This week: Cauliflower, Broccoli, Cabbage, Slicing Tomatoes, Brussel Sprouts, Leek, Fresh Herbs, Lettuce, Scallions, Garlic, Red Beets, Parsnips, Turnips, Rutabagas, Watermelon Radishes, Spinach, Fennel, Onions, Carrots, Yams, Spaghetti, Butternut and Acorn Squash, many flavors of Popped Popcorn, Cookies, Apple Cider Donuts, Fruit Pies and Breads, Ketchup, Spaghetti Sauce and Local Honey.
Carol Cares Aromatherapy is offering beautiful, aromatic gifts for the holidays. Gemstone roller bottles of soft and sensuous essential oil perfume. Diffuser oils, and car, truck or hotel room diffuser kits which clip on an air vent and include your choice of 3ml bottle of essential oil blend with a dropper top. Perfect for holiday travels. Carol has room and personal sprays, some with seasonal blends. Warming hand and foot lotion, which stimulates circulation in those appendages, is a welcome gift. Her incredibly soothing hand/foot oil penetrates deeply through the dermal layers, calming eczema, itchy or painful skin inflamation. No essential oils are included in this formulation. It is completely composed of fatty lipid oils, ethically and sustainally sourced from worldwide rainforests, jungles and mountain evergreens. Stop by to sample.
Artie Art is showing and glowing with lots of new Xmas fun.
Wildbird Flowers will have dried wreaths, dried arrangements and very limited fresh bouquets this weekend. We will be taking orders for thanksgiving bouquets and arrangements starting this Saturday!
Live Halloween music by
Back Porch Jug Band
Chef's Note 
by Chef Kelly Unger


Cauliflower is in the Brassica botanical family along with cabbages, broccoli and brussel sprouts. It comes in many colors beyond the beautiful white we are accustomed to seeing. There are yellow varieties, generally referred to as cheddar, purple varieties in varying shades, sometimes referred to as pink, and green varieties. Interesting probably only to me are the terms used to describe parts of the cauliflower.  Chefs refer to smaller individual pieces or sections of the cauliflower as fleurettes and farmers refer to them as curds. 

The leaves are edible too, so when you get them attached at the farmers market, don’t throw those away. Steam or saute them to enjoy them. Cauliflower is high in fiber, B vitamins, antioxidants and phytonutrients. It's high in water content, which is great for keeping you hydrated when eaten raw or steamed, but when you want to roast cauliflower to bring out its sweetness, it takes a while. 

When I roast cauliflower I find it better to separate the head into small fleurettes and I do sprinkle them very lightly with a little sugar if the particular variety I am using is on the bitter side. I can tell that by tasting it raw. If it’s already a little bitter when raw, it’s going to need a little sugar.

This week I’m sharing a link to 

Bon Appetit’s 51 Cauliflower Recipes We Want to Eat All the Time  

This collection has some standouts recipes like: Kung Pao Cauliflower, Cauliflower Steaks, Asian Pear Salad with Peanut Lime Dressing, Roasted Cauliflower Larb, Giardiniera Antipasto Platter, and Roasted Aloo Gobi (Potatoes and Cauliflower). 

I think this collection really demonstrated the versatility of cauliflower. It adapts well to many different flavor profiles from cuisines around the world. I also really liked the Cauliflower Taco recipe. That’s a super easy one to make. Even if you’re a meat eater like me, I like having vegetable main dishes.


Click the link for more information about Chef Kelly Unger's
farm to table cooking classes at
The Rooster & The Carrot Cooking Studio
Vendors this week:
Please note that this list is subject to change beyond our control when vendors notify us of cancellation after this newsletter is published. For the most up to date list, please see our Instagram and Facebook pages on Friday.
  • Trauger's Farm
  • Jersey Pickles
  • Wildemore Farm
  • Bedminster Orchard
  • Perfect Day Coffee
  • Nord Bread
  • Hershberger Heritage Farm
  • Primordia Mushroom Farm
  • Rabbit's Run Farm & Pan's Forest
  • Spring Creek Farm
  • Manoff Cidery
  • Portch Tea Kombucha
  • Sweat Escape
  • Noshes by Sherri
  • Pie Bird Farm
  • Solrig Farm Microgreens
  • Haven Farmstead Cheese
  • Tybuk Maple Farm
  • Love Grows
  • Mediterranean Delicacy
  • The Colony Meadery
  • Kathy's Kanine Kreations
  • Carol Cares Aromatherapy
  • Marie's Soap Company
  • Bucks County Alpacas
  • Artie Art
  • Wildbird Flowers
What's in season in November?

apples, radishes, daikon radish, tatsoi, collards, spinach, winter squash, fennel, sweet potatoes, beets, carrots, kales, Napa cabbage, cabbages, lettuces, Brussel Sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, ginger, turmeric


Upcoming events:

November - Holiday Markets
5th - Preserving the Harvest education event by Alex
12th - ? Taste of the Season with broccoli leaves
19th - last market of the regular season 


2nd Annual Winter Market at the Mercantile
on the following Saturdays from 10am to 1pm

December 3rd and 17th
January 7th and 21st
February 4th and 18th

We accept SNAP at the market! SNAP customers, come see us at the market management table to get started. Our parent company, the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance is offering matching dollars. For every $5 SNAP customers spend, BCFA will give you an additional $2 to spend at our market! Cheers to healthy, local food!
Meet our Vendors
Market Manager, Alex Dadio can be reached at:
BCFA inquiries can be directed to:

 For more information about the programs and activities of the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance, click around our website from the Doylestown Farmers Market page.  
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