Whoa! It's been a busy, gratifying and sometimes terrifying year. We started our market business at The Silverton Farmers Market last winter with Aaron's chickens and some of my small batch botanicals and other farm derived products and a few baked goods, notably the beignets.
Whenever the "dedicated" bakers were observing a religious holiday our market manager would put out a call and some of us other vendors would step up.
I enjoy the solitude, hustle and bustle of baking large (for me) amounts so much that I'd considered baking more and "makering" less but with so much baked in the market I'd decided against it. Jan let us know that some of the other bakers aren't returning and I couldn't be more excited.
I'm making some simple baguettes, some tasty baked treats from Brother Juniper's Bread Book and other inspirational reading🥰.
Aaron has whole frozen and sometimes fresh chicken (did you know you can order 3 to 5 pound chickens online and we will bring to market or deliver to you in the local area?) Of course we still have our seasonal mocktail shrub and yes, small batch botanicals like elderberry syrup and hand felted gifts like this girl and needle felted soap.
We hope you'll come and see us at Silverton Farmers Market at 229 Eureka at the Friends Church (we're inside toward the back of the room) and at the Silverton Grange Holiday Happiness Market.
Take good care!
Aaron and Randi