If local goods are our game, cool and refreshing
is our middle name.
This week Squirrel is going nuts over new ice cream and sherbet flavors from Pot O Gold (find out what they are tomorrow!), Maple Magic Roasted Seeds from Top Seedz and Rick Walker Farms tomatoes and cucumbers.
New to the Market! Lizziebeth’s Baby Gear
Lizziebeth’s unique home goods and sustainable wares have been such a hit that she decided to bring us some eco-gear for parents. Save your baby’s clothes (and your own) with her washable bandana bibs and burp cloths. Made with 100% cotton fleece and terry cloth for softness, absorbency, and cuteness!
Food for Thought
The Mission of Edinboro Market
Not only were several of our producers interviewed and filmed by Allegheny College Biology Major and Video Production Assistant Mary Dosch, but we were too! Check out this interview with Marti and Curtis on what they do, why they do it, and the impact of supporting local farmers, artisans, and entrepreneurs.
Thank you to our shoppers, farmers, and community for your support. We couldn’t do this without you! And special thanks to Mary for capturing our mission so well. 🙂
Savor the experience of fresh herbs and
flowers in your summer drinks!
We thoroughly enjoyed thinking of drink recipes when writing the last recipe corner, so we had to come back with another round! The book, Gazoz, by Benny Briga and Adeena Sussman got us thinking about sparkling drinks in a whole new way. They write, “Drinking a gazoz is an experience that, in the best-case scenario, allows you to slow down and enjoy it with all your senses engaged.”
Originating from Israel, a “gazoz” is a carbonated beverage flavored with sweet syrup, fruit, and herbs. Although Briga’s take on it includes fermented elements, we think that seltzer or Ginger Beer would be the perfect start-point for these