Picked fresh before each market
Strawberry lovers better get to market early because our fresh, local berries go fast! This delicious time of year is brought to you by:
Hollister Family Farm
Mildred’s Drumlin Farm
Stone Wall Farm
Toni’s Donuts takes full advantage of strawberry season, as evidenced in their selection of pies.
“We like to source ingredients from our local farms whenever possible,” owner and cook Barbara Lemieux tells us, looking over her strawberry and strawberry rhubarb pies. You can find both large and small pies nestled in amongst her fresh asparagus quiches. Toni’s Donuts will be at both the Exeter and Portsmouth markets this week.
Strawberry Pies from Toni’s Donuts, at the Portsmouth Market
Riverslea Fleeces: perfect for a cushy ride
Liz Conrad of Riverslea Farm at the Dover Market
Biker week may be ending, but the season has only just begun. Liz Conrad of Riverslea Farm says bikers love their lambskin fleeces!
“Lambskin is a natural insulator,” Liz explains. And the skins have an adhesive quality. “People like to drape the fleece over their motorcycle seat for a more comfortable ride, then just roll it up into their saddlebag after.”
You can find Riverslea at the Dover, Exeter and Portsmouth Markets, with fleeces of all shapes and textures, other wool products, plus their quality selection of meats and prepared meals.
What People are Saying
“On our way, would not be a Saturday without a sandwich from Kellie Brook Farm or a tea from White Heron Tea!”
-Gayle O. (Portsmouth Market Facebook Page)
“Music was great!”
Bird’s eye view of the Portsmouth Farmers’ Market taken last Saturday by market manager Cole Gove
“Bought fresh local cilantro and spring onions from Mildred’s Drumlin Farm. Can’t wait to whip up a batch of homemade salsa!”
-Renee V. (Durham Market Facebook Page)
Mildred’s Drumlin Farm at the Durham Farmers’ Market this week