Daikon- buy one, get one free. Make kimchee!
Rainbow Chard-buy one for $3, get 1 free (freeze!)
Ginger – $10/lb (usual price $12/lb) for 1# or more
Butternut squash- $1/lb for 5# or more
Carrots- 5# bag for $12 (usual price $3/lb)
Beets- 5# bag for $12 (usual price $3/lb)
Mixed roots for roasting or soup $3/ 2#bag
Calling ahead will assure you get the deal you want 453-2847 or just come and take your chances.
Last Resort will also have strawberries, raspberries, spinach, salad mix, eggplant, sunflowers and more. All certified organic!
grass-fed ground beef – 5# for $32 (pre-reserve)
6 whole frozen chickens for $120 (pre-reserve)
summer sausage – buy 2 get 3rd 1/2 off
mixed pork box – 20# for $190 ($5 off) (pre-reserve)
Delicata and Sweet Dumpling squash -$1.50/lb
Kale -Buy 2 bunches for $6
25 lb mixed root bag (rutabaga, turnip, celery root, storage radishes, and beets) $50!!! (pre-reserve)
Some special orders may be picked up by separate arrangement if not ordered in time for Friday!
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F.O.G. (Friends of Gary) will touch your soul and rattle your brain with acoustic folk/rock music, featuring Richmond resident Gary Beckwith, Forrest Beckwith, Liz Pattison, Paul Butler, and Colin Brett.
It’s fall, foliage is beautiful, root crops are abundant, and this Friday will be our last market day for 2013. The forecast looks good: mid-60s, partly cloudy, unlikely to rain.
Produce and meat this week: See special deals from our produce vendors (center column of this page).
Other groceries: eggs; maple syrup; honey; pastries; maple candies; vegan handmade chocolate; hardy kiwi; kimchi.
Dining: SamosaMan (samosas and curries); Maple Wind Farm (grilled burgers, hotdogs, and sausages); Kadric’s (Eastern European cuisine); Kimchi for Chingu (noodles, dumplings, vegetarian sushi); Sweet Simone’s (baked goods).
Crafts: candles, wool & woolens, felted animals, knitted stuffed animals, handmade baskets, pottery, soaps & lotions, ornamental terrariums and air plants, henna tattoos, wooden bowls, head scarves, hand-forged metal items.
On the second Friday of each month we set aside a booth for youth with an entrepreneurial flair to sell items that they have either made, baked or grown. This Friday, RES 4th grader Luke Chandler and friends will be selling colorful woven rubberband bracelets they’ve made – a hot new fashion item. Get yours now, and be in style for this fall!
Non-profit organizations are welcome to conduct outreach and raise funds for community causes at our Community Booth. This week Blue Cross/Blue Shield will be here to talk about the new health insurance exchange.