Happy weekend! We’re excited to spend ours with Hatch Hollow and at Goodell Gardens Homegrown
Harvest Fest. 🙂
This week Squirrel is going nuts over ground cherries and honeycrisp apples from Post Apples,Gala and Ginger Gold apples from Orton’s,and mums from Hogs & Honey!
Reminder: Hatch Hollow Meet & Greet, Sept. 16!
Please join us tomorrow, Saturday September 16 from 11 to 1 to meet Heather Fish, owner of Hatch Hollow in Meadville, PA. Feel free to come talk art, small business ownership and more!
Hatch Hollow is our Market Monthly Partner for September, so be sure to check out the wonderful art supplies & craft kits, only available until Sept. 30th!
Recipe Corner: Grazing with Ground Cherries
The ground cherry, or husk cherry, is one of those abundant crops in September, having the whole summer to crawl across your garden beds and ripen up. When the fruit drops and the husk becomes slightly more see-through, you know you’re in for a treat. Ground cherries are native to the warmest parts of the Americas, but can grow just fine during northwest PA summers.
And for dessert, try out this cherry coffee cake. It comes together in just 10 minutes, though bake time is just over an hour. And of course, for the gluten-free and dairy free crowd, we found an excellent recipe for ground cherry mini-pies. Yum!!
Get a treat from the ‘Boro Sweet Spot at Goodell Gardens!
This Sunday, September 17th from noon to 5 pm, you can find Edinboro Market at the Goodell Gardens Homegrown Harvest Festival. We will be selling baked goods and Happy Mug coffee courtesy of the Boro Sweet Spot.
Send us your Pop-Up Market suggestions!
Know of a local artisan, food entrepreneur or maker who you would love to see in the Market? Send them our way! We are currently looking for local businesses to collaborate with on some unique pop-up markets just in time for the holidays.