Our Thanksgiving market was such a huge hit last year, we decided to bring it back and make it bigger and better than ever! If you didn’t get a chance to join us last year, now is the time to take part and stock up on local turkeys, vegetables and baked goods to make your Thanksgiving table stand out. As if that wasn’t enough, we’ve invited a number of talented local crafters to come so you can get your holiday shopping started early. As we’re experiencing already, November isn’t known for having the nicest weather forecast so it will be taking place in the warm & dry Swampscott High School Atrium. See below for more information on how you can reserve your turkey and baked goods for pick-up at the market.
WHEN: Sunday November 23rd, 2014 10am – 1pm
WHERE: Swampscott High School Atrium (inside main entrance)
Our farmers will be bringing a number of hearty fall vegetables and meat, last year I picked up a few beautiful delicata squash and roasted them up with bacon, brussel sprouts and topped it with a maple glaze. Get creative and add something different to the roundup this year, what better way to do that than with some fresh local produce? Talk to the farmer’s and vendors, if you are unsure of how to cook something, most likely they’ll have a variety of suggestions on how to best serve it up. David from Salem Spice is another great resource, show him the vegetables or meat that you picked up and he’ll tell you what seasonings or spices will complement it best.
Our food vendors joining us this year will be:
The Cannoli Corner
Witch City Salsa
Melissa’s Honey Pot will be bringing several different flavors and varieties of local honey, honey sticks, locally made syrup, maple candy and maple sugar!
The Soup Guy will have a special Cranberry Squash soup for the Thanksgiving market.
NOW TAKING PREORDERS!
Long Hill Orchards will be taking preorders for Turkeys from now until the market. If you would like to pick up a turkey at the market, please visit their website and use the Contact Us form to place your order. Please be sure to specify that your order is for pickup at the Swampscott Farmer’s Market on 11/23. They are also taking orders for baked goods and bulk produce which can be picked up at the market as well. Click on the files below for more information and then place your order online. Again – please specify you will be picking up at the Swampscott Thanksgiving Market.
Eventide Confections will also be taking orders for her mouth-watering Thanksgiving desserts at the market, simply visit Meg and place your order at the market and the pie will be available for pickup later that week.
In addition to all of our fantastic food vendors, we have a number of crafters joining us as well:
Karol Peralta: hand-made crystal jewelry
Made with Love, Elissa Kupelnick: specialty items including hand-made jewelry and special stocking stuffers
Salem Soap Works, Kathleen Fitzgerald: hand-made goats milk soaps and lotions – they will feature gift baskets called “Soap Boats” which consist of a hand-made wooden soap dish, hand-made crocheted cloth and a bar of goat milk soap, tied with raffia.
Crocheted Creations by Val, Valerie Hoffman: winter hats for adults, children and newborns, mittens & scarves, baby blankets and accessories, yarmulkes and worry squares (prayer squares) and character hats like Minions, Mickey & Minnie Mouse, Ninja Turtles, Queen Elsa & Princess Anna (accepts cash and credit cards).
MJB Creations, Michael & Sandra Buba: hand crafted pens, ice cream scoops, cutting boards and other hand crafted items
Pottery by David & Rachel, David & Rachel Matthews: hand-thrown local interest pottery & one of a kind glazed pottery
We hope to see you on the 23rd, thank you again for another great year and all of your continued support!!