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| Colorado Fruits arriving !
Finally we are starting to get some Colorado fruits. Come on down for dark red sweet cherries ! Barbie also has Apricots and some early Peaches.
Barb at Toomey's Mill House Bakery grinds her own rice to make deliciously gluten-free breadsticks, cheese rolls and muffins.
At farmers' markets one finds more than just fruits and vegetables. We support all kinds of locally produced products, including these lovely recycled china petit-four trays from Ali. She also has hand-made snuggle beds for dogs or cats.
Absent today: Mulay's Sausage, Grateful Goat, SeedNLeaf, Elevation Beef, Tierra Bella, & Maddie's Kettle Korn.
Colorado's Best Tamales will be back ! Also Over The Rainbow Macarons AND Mulay's Sausages !
I have created a Facebook Group for supporters of the Drake Road Farmers' Market. Feel free to join ! Drake Road Farmers' Market Patrons.
Sincerely, Nan Zimmerman
Fresh produce of the Week
Swiss Chard is a dark GREEN ( or PINK or RED or Yellow ! ) Leafy Vegetable which everyone should eat more of. My Italian neighbor steamed chard and served it with a light cream sauce. So very good. Butter with a splash of mild Rice Wine Vinegar is awesome, also !
Find some lovely Rainbow Chard at PondyMountainProduce
Barbie Lytle has been the Drake Road Farmers's Market Fruit vendor since we opened 13 years ago !
She represents C & R Farms of Palisade, Colorado.
For now, she has dark sweet Bing cherries, Golden Ranier Cherries, Apricots and some early Peaches.
Expect more fruit to follow as the season progresses.
Barbie Lytle has been the Drake Road Farmers's Market Fruit vendor since we opened 13 years ago ! She represents C & R Farms of Palisade, Colorado.
For now, she has dark sweet Bing cherries, Golden Ranier Cherries, Apricots and some early Peaches. Expect more fruit to follow as the season progresses.
|Farm/Business Name||Name||Produce/Items Sold||Contact Information|
|Miller Family Farms||Chris & Joe Miller||Asparagus, Sweet Corn, Potatoes, Carrots, Beets, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Squash, Cabbage, Melons, Green Beans in season||(970) 785-6133|
|PondyMountainProduce||Matt Unger||Bunching Onions, Rhubarb, Lettuce, Spinach, Dill, Sage, Radishes, Kales||(970) 222-8351|
|SeedNLeaf||Jared Anderson||Organic, non-GMO microgreens||(970) 430-6040|
|Tierra Bella Farm||Claire Quintero||Vegetables, Herbs, Nursery Plants, Eggs||(970) 443-7518|
|Honey, Flowers and Fruits|
|Bighorn Blooms||Matt Diemer||Cut Flower Arrangments||(970) 213-7217|
|C & R Farms||Barbie Lytle||Peaches, Pears, Apricots, Plums, Nectarines, Cherries, Apples||(970) 218-6271|
|Whiteside Honey, LLC||Mike and Dianne Whiteside||Honey, Beeswax, Comb Honey, Honey Sticks, Hand Cream, Creamed Honey||(970) 663-2486|
|The Bread Chic||Christie Rich||Sourdough Artisan Breads, Cookies, Pies, Jams, Muffins, Biscotti, Brownies, Aprons, Soaps, Candles||(970) 305-0020|
|Fort Collins Homesteading, every other week||Janice Lynn||Fruit Galettes, Hand Pies, Cotton produce bags||(970) 443-7952|
|Over the Rainbow Macarons||Skylar Hanson||Macarons of various flavors on selected dates||(970) 818-6516|
|Rouxful Gourmet||Sharon & Rebecca Campbell||Artisan cookies, Sweet Breads, Brownies, Cakes & Bars||(970) 290-0024|
|Meat, Eggs & Dairy|
|Colorado's Best Tamales||Laura Erives||Hand-made Tamales, Chips, Fresh Salsas||(719) 459-0568|
|Bella Rosa Farms||Jason Greening||Chicken Eggs, every other week||(720) 984-5673|
|Elevation Beef||Ryan & Jacqueline Rhoades, every other week||Local, natural, conventional, beef. Beer Fed !||(970) 457-4474|
|Kaleb's Katch||Kaleb Walker||Alaskan Seafood ( Shrimp, Salmon, Cod, etc )returning 9/28||(970) 367-3572|
|Loco Bueno||Greg Greisen||Green Chile Sauces and Dehydrated Beans on SELECTED dates||(970) 581-1484|
|Meadow Maid Foods||Cindy Ridenour||Wyoming Grass-fed Beef on selected dates. Also vegetables and herbs||(307) 534-2289|
|Mulay's||Jamie Kemp||Breakfast, Bratwurst, Chorizo, Italian Sausages, plus Meatballs||(970) 531-1720|
|Agustina's Mexican Foods starting in June||Jessi Godinez||Authentic fresh salsas, Flavored tortillas, Spicy Red Chile||(970) 691-1102|
|Bridger Creek Coffee||Patrick Tennant||Locally roasted coffee beans||(970) 880-1282|
|Maddie's Kettle Korn||Tammy & Steve Cline||Kettle Corn AND Caramel Corn||(970) 699-0093|
|Pasta Pazza||Nan Zimmerman||Gourmet Dry Pastas, plus Frozen Raviolis & Sauces from Pappardelle's Pasta in Denver||(970) 218-5521|
|Shak-Shouka||Fauzi Silbaq, every other week||Hummus, Labaneh & Halawa||(970) 481-9847|
|Spicy Jamz||Joanna Hunter||Habanero spiced fruit jams !||(970) 388-1684|
|Specialty Items & Services|
|Angela's Stamping Up Creations||Angela Diodati||Handmade Greeting Cards, Journal books||(970) 217-0626|
|Bella Gaia Healthy Living||Alexa Vasquez||Healing salves and balms with CBDs from Authentic Hemp. Also jewelry||(970) 402-6002|
|Golden Poppy Herbal Apothecary||Sarah Josey||Handmade herbal products, medicinal teas, natural body care, elixers, essential oils||(970) 682-4373|
|Grateful Goat Studio||Dylan Flaitz||Locally themed artwork using recyled wood and pallets||(303) 913-9162|
|Imagination Unleashed Face Painting||Oliva Houser||Custom, detailed Face Painting. Plus Hair Clips and Headbands. Available for parties !||(720) 371-4922|
|Out on a Whim||Katie LaMay & John Coker||Wood Carving, Whimsical Creations, Comfort Touch Massage||(970) 219-9118|
|Pain Wizard||Kris Henninger||The Original Pain Wizard cremes, now available with CBD !||(303) 521-6032|
|Pale Peacock||Amber Samworth||Jewelry, Bath Bombs, Jewerly Holders||(970) 599-9522|
|The Potting Shed Crafter||Dotty Greeley||Bath salts, Bath bombs, Paper Greeting Cards, Journals||(970) 393-0920|
|Rawhide Ranch||Barb Moncrief||Custom dog leashes & collars, halters, Chicken and Duck EGGS||(970) 690-3043|
|Sandbox Solar,LLC||Justin Wojtarowicz||Solar installation in Northern Colorado||(970) 315-2586|
|Tranquil Moon Boutique||Wendy Usrey||Acrylic Pour Paintings, jewelry and accessories||(970) 227-2132|
|Contact :Nan Zimmerman Drake Road Farmers' Market Manager|
|All vendors offering processed foods ( e.g. breads, salsas, pies, jams, etc.) need to show Health Department compliance unless applying under Cottage Food Act.|
We will offer non-profits space at every market that we have room. Please contact Drake Road Farmers' Market Manager BEFORE coming to market. Non-profits will need to fill out the 2019 Application for Free Space. Please e-mail "manager at drakeroadfarmersmarket dot com" for application.
We would like to thank Columbine Health Systems for allowing us to use their space.
Copyright © for Drake Road Farmers Market, 2019 by Nancy Zimmerman