The Haliburton County Farmers’ Market is seeking vendors and new products/services that fit in the market’s model.
We’re seeking vendors who provide local fruits and vegetables, meat, as well as produce from home gardeners too!
The market is a one-stop shopping experience offering quality local & regional foods, other agricultural products, as well work from a few local Haliburton artisans offering one-of-a-kind items.
Interested in becoming a vendor at the Haliburton County Farmers’ Market? Please review the Market Rules, then download and submit a Vendor Application from links provided.
Completed and signed vendor applications are due by March 15th, 2013
Please mail to: Elaine Repath, Market Manager, 2344 Duck Lake Rd., Minden, ON K0M 2K0
Questions?! Please contact:
Angel Taylor: 705-286-4877 ~(or)~ Elaine Repath, Market Manager: 705.457.0991
Email: incredibleHCFMA [at] gmail [dot] com
Did you know that Sauerkraut translated means ‘sour cabbage’?
It’s made up of finely shredded, pickled cabbage that’s been fermented with various lactic acid bacteria. Sauerkraut has a distinctive flavour and a long shelf life.
Fully cured sauerkraut keeps for several months in an airtight container when stored at or below 15 °C (60 °F). Neither refrigeration nor pasteurization is required, although these treatments prolong storage life.
According to Wikipedia, German sauerkraut is often flavoured with juniper berries. Korea has offered the world their own version of fermented food called Kimchi. It’s their national dish, and it’s made with other vegetables and a variety of seasonings.
Sauerkraut appeared in China as far back as 2,000 years ago. The Romans mention preserving cabbages and turnips with salt. It’s believed to have been introduced to Europe in its present form 1,000 years later after Genghis Khan plundered China.
This week at the Haliburton County Farmers’ Market, we pay tribute to this age old tradition of fermenting the harvest.
Join us on Friday, September 14th at our Haliburton location as we engage in making sauerkraut, and we share the knowledge and engage with our visitors on how to do this, too! And, if you’d like to learn more amazing facts about this fermented food, please visit our “Weekly Events” page where we’ve added a plethora of information.
We look forward to seeing you on Friday!
Kitchen Garden International
German Food Guide
Make Your Own Sauerkraut
Attempting to make a Sloppy Joe look pretty may be a losing battle. But since they are so delicious, it doesn’t really matter what they look like! That said, we’ll try to make them the way Mom did at this weeks farmers’ market! Sloppy Joes are perfect comfort food, which is always the best way to end the week, or alternatively, to start your weekend.
Join us this week as we offer Sloppy Joes at the market. Get ’em while they’re hot! This is a fundraiser for the market, so be sure to come down, visit our farmers and vendors for fresh, local products & produce!
***And don’t forget, we’ll be at the Haliburton location, starting this week!
September 7th to October 7th, every Friday from 2pm to 6pm, the Haliburton County Farmers’ Market will be at Rotary Beach Park in Haliburton, Highway 118 & Park Street – Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the park.
To learn about all the exciting news & happenings at our market, follow along with our weekly updates and information on special events featured throughout the season at:
For information contact: Elaine Repath, Market Manager
Mailing address: 1970 Duck Lake Rd, Minden, On K0M 2K0
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