Finally: summer!

Bergen broccoli. credit: Mike Hartman
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local honey

African woven baskets

African woven baskets

tasty baby potatoes

tasty baby potatoes

 

 

 

 

The stretch of cool and rainy weather we’ve had in July has been great for green things, but less so for those that need lots of sun and heat. But now we’re looking at summery weather, which will bring along peas, beans, root crops, brassicas and all the rest. We have a 20-vendor Market again this week. The ever-popular Dusty Road Coffee is back (locally blended and roasted beans), along with our new pottery vendor as well as lots of other crafts and artisan creations.

In the garden department, look for basil, broccoli, new potatoes, kale, swiss chard … maybe even some beets. Baking features all kinds of bread, as well as croissants, pretzels, cupcakes, pies, tarts, and breakfast sandwiches.

Organic BC fruit this week (from the Similkameen Valley): cherries, peaches and apricots: ripe and ready to eat.

Local grass-finished beef from Double N Ranch, Asian and tomato sauces, granola, honey and lots more.

Settle down with a book from the Sundre Library while you enjoy your snacks. It’s the last Market of July…see you there?

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