Farmer’s Market Starts Up!

Well, another farmer’s market season started last week in Baddeck!
Wednesdays, 11 am – 2pm, beside the Baddeck Library. June thro to the end of October!

Boy what a chilly day it was, windy and pretty cold, but 3 of us set up outside….total nutters mind you….and the rest were inside (the smart ones!) So, when i headed down there this morning, leaving a very foggy Big Hill, i thought i would absolutely set up inside this time! Well, down in Baddeck it was much clearer, warmer so happily i set up outside again! To tell the truth, it would be so weird not to be set up beside George and Cora Lee!!!

There is such a wonderful array, even this early in the season, of vendors at this delightful community event. Here are a few examples…..

Michael Magnini, Winter Winery, has wonderful mead and honeywine.
Terry creates these beautiful wooden spoons and other implements.

Dennis and Judith not only have an amazing offering of vegetables of all kinds, right now it’s fiddle head season, but they also keep bees and make their own delicious honey.

Barbara Fitzpatrick has a very lush array of herbs (the lavender smelt divine!), tomatoes and much more!

Ashley House offers the most mouthwatering wood fired brick oven baked sourdough breads…totally awesome!
Michelle Smith is well known for her extremely tempting baked goods, and she always has fresh coffee on the go!

Everyone has a great time, especially when the weather is bright and sunny!

I also want to show a couple of the newer items in the showroom!

The new Open Casserole is being very well received as is the Brie Baker! Both come in all three glazes and are oven proof, microwave and dishwasher safe!

ok, that’s about all she wrote this time!!! Been a long day and i now have to unpack all the pots i packed up this morning, that i unpacked for the market and repacked to leave…..jezzzz….such a lot of packing going on here!

4 Responses to “Farmer’s Market Starts Up!”

  1. June 8, 2011 at 10:13 pm

    Hi Linda: Sounds like you have settled right into life there. I am sooo happy for you. I LOVE your new pieces. Beautiful. Who knows we may be out that way some day and will stop by for a visit. Presently we are in the process of listing our home – wanting to simplify and downsize. Quite an adventure!!! Think of you often. Be well dear friend. May you enjoy a prosperous season. Hugs Jean

  2. June 10, 2011 at 9:57 pm

    Wow Linda, looks like you had lots of fun especially with all those goodies available. Your new pots are divine and i really love the shape of the casserole dish, never heard of a brie baker before but do love the idea. Is the design on the tall pot a butterfly or dragonfly can’t really see with the shine on your lovely glaze. Fantastic colours, want them all lol:-)

  3. June 14, 2011 at 1:56 am

    The market looks like a great place to visit: friendly people, good food, gifted artisans , and more. Your new products are fantabulous!

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