Get ready for Thanksgiving today at the Boalsburg Farmers Market

Posted by Jamie Oberdick on 11/21, 2017 at 09:11 AM

Get ready for Thanksgiving today at the Boalsburg Farmers Market

If you want to get something local (and delicious) to serve on Thanksgiving, today you can head out to the Boalsburg Farmers Market and find a holiday co-star for your table.

A few things the Boalsburg Market recommends include delicious pies from Ardry Farms, Nomad Kitchen’s soups (great starters for your meal!), and Katina Baklava. But, see below for the complete list of what you will find there today. The market is open in the winter months every Tuesday from 2 to 6 p.m. at the St. John’s United Church of Christ on 218 N. Church Street in Boalsburg.

Ardry Farm – Pick up your Thanksgiving pies today!  There will be some pies and quiches available for those last minute decisions, but come early before they sell out.

Beiler Family Farm – Offers maple syrup and meats

Brazilian Munchies – Lots of excellent tasting Brazilian food.

Byler Goat Dairy – All things goat;  cheeses, milks, kefir, and yogurts. Plus, their goats milk peanut butter fudge has returned.

Cow-A-Hen Farm – Beef, pork and poultry, locally raised.

Clover Creek Cheese Cellar – If you want to spice up your Thanksgiving cheese plate, try Honduran Harvest, their hot pepper cheese, which is made with 2017 peppers from Piper’s Peck. They are especially spicy, from what I understand, this year.

Fasta & Ravioli Co – Saffron and pepper pasta is featured this week.

Gemelli Bakers – Their fantastic fresh baked breads, cookies, donuts, and soft pretzels.

Jade Family Farm – Up your side dish game with their locally grown kale, parsnips, carrots, three kinds of sweet potatoes, beets, spinach, lettuce, parsley root, bok choy, radishes, turnips, kohlrabi, arugula, and onions.

Katina Baklava – Their traditional Greek Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of phyllo dough filled with chopped walnuts and spices. They pour a syrup made with honey, cinnamon and oranges over the baked baklava and allowed to soak in to give it a rich, sweet flavor. It’s made locally and ready for your Thanksgiving presentation.

Nomad Kitchen – Fight our early cold weather with their tasty soups.

Stone Meadow Farm – Featuring grass-fed beef, veal, raw milk cheeses

Tamarack Farm – wool products, lamb, eggs, Icelandic lamb cuts, yarn (millspun and handspun) from our sheep, felted goods (pincushions, purses, needlefelted objects, earrings, soaps), dog biscuits (from our lamb or chicken broth and herbs), and spice rubs.

Way Fruit Farm – Many varieties of fresh apples along with apple cider, applesauce, apple butter, and more.

Wild for Salmon – Delicious wild-caught salmon products, such as burgers, portions, fillets, or smoked options.

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