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    Peaches and More from Applecrest Farm Orchards

    Peaches ready at Applecrest
    Peaches ripening in the Applecrest orchards

    “We have picked our very first super-early peaches,” Emily at Applecrest Farm Orchards tells us, announcing the beginning of New Hampshire peach season. If you’ve never tried a NH peach, you don’t know what you’re missing!

    Applecrest specializes in NH-hardy fruit varieties. “Our blueberries are in full swing,” says Emily. “Expect super juicy, ripe, sweet berries, perfect for snacking, baking & jamming.

    Purple Carrots from Applecrest

    They are having an excellent veggie season, too. At market this week you can find:

    • carrots (orange and purple varieties)
    • cauliflower (cheddar, purple and white varieties)
    • scallions
    • filet beans, green, purple and wax beans
    • pickling and slicing cucumbers
    • lettuces (loose and many head varieties)
    • beets (Chioggia, red and golden varieties)
    • zucchini and summer squash
    • radishes
    • cabbages (red, green and Savoy)
    • snap and snow peas
    • greenhouse and field tomatoes

    Applecrest Farm Orchards attends the Portsmouth, Durham and Exeter markets.

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    Cows, Flowers, Bees…
    it’s Sidewalk Chalk Day!

    Sidewalk Chalk Day in Exeter

    Grab some chalk and bring your imagination to Thursday’s Exeter Farmers’ Market because it’s Sidewalk Chalk Day!

    The long promenade in Swasey Parkway is the perfect canvas for adorning the farmers’ market in colorful designs. Stop by the market booth for chalk and set your inner artist free.

    The Exeter market runs from 2:15-6pm every Thursday, rain or shine along the Swasey Parkway.

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    Fill the Hall
    Food Drive on Saturday

    Join us in support of the Fill the Hall Food Drive on Saturday during the Portsmouth Farmers’ Market. In benefit of Seacoast Family Food Pantry’s Summer Meals 4 Kids program, the Music Hall is aiming to fill the seats with food so that no child goes hungry in our community.

    Sacks of non-perishable food items can be dropped off at the SNAP booth between 8am-1pm and we’ll drop everything off at the Music Hall after market.

    Find out what items are requested and get more information at the event’s Facebook page.

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    Have a great week & we’ll see you at market.

    July 28th, 2015


    Ukrainian Specialties by Bucovina

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    Oksana talks about Bucovina at the Exeter Farmers’ Market (video)

    “We make every thing in house from scratch, most of the vegetables comes from my garden, some of the meat and pork comes from Kellie Brook Farm.” That’s Oksana Karcha talking about Bucovina Cuisines. In just three years at market, Bucovina has grown into a vibrant family business bringing their specialty Ukrainian food to the Seacoast.

    “We started the business in 2012 to show my Ukrainian cuisine to the local community. Currently I am producing my own vegetables, eggs and poultry from my own farm, pesticides free, also I have built my own commercial kitchen.”

    Bucovina family business
    The whole family participates at market!

    “We currently raise chickens, ducks and geese for poultry, with plans to add pork and rabbits.”

    Bucovina geese

    “For vegetables we are growing, potatoes, carrots, beets, green beans, cabbage, corn, zucchini, cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplant and peppers.” And lots of herbs, too.

    Crops

    Here’s a sneak peak at what Oksana plans to bring to market this week:

    Chicken Cheese Rolls with fresh potatoes from the garden, feta cheese and a cream dill sauce.

    Tefteli (Ukrainian Meat Balls) made with local pork and beef from Kellie Brook Farm, cooked in a vegetable sauce. It comes with pasta that Oksana also makes from scratch.

    Mititei with croquettes: the Mititei is made from pork and beef from Kellie Brook Farm, sauteed then baked, served with potato croquettes.

    Oladi (Ukrainian Pancakes) – made to order this week at the Portsmouth market.

    Holubetsy: pork, beef, rice, vegetables, and spices.

    Pelmeni (Ukrainian style, homemade meat dumplings): pork, beef, onion, egg, and spices.

    Vareniki (Ukrainian style, homemade potato dumplings): potatoes, feta cheese, egg, herbs, and spices.

    Bucovina serves their food hot and ready to eat at market, or packaged to take home for dinner!

    “It has been great to be part of the local farmers (SGA) community,”  says Oksana, “everyone has been very helpful in growing the business.”

    Bucovina can be found at all four markets: Portsmouth, Exeter, Durham and Dover.

    Bucovina chickens

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    Have a great week & we’ll see you at market.

    July 21st, 2015


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