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First week into August, and there still aren't very many garden tomatoes available. (What a short season we have in NE). Plenty of corn and blueberries, though -- high-bush and wild Maine. Lots of...
First week into August, and there still aren't very many garden tomatoes available. (What a short season we have in NE). Plenty of corn and blueberries, though -- high-bush and wild Maine. Lots of... more »
Spent a very pleasant hour walking around the stalls. The variety and quality of the produce was really nice and the prices were good. As tourists staying in a hotel, we wished we could have bought..... more
Spent a very pleasant hour walking around the stalls. The variety and quality of the produce was really nice and the prices were good. As tourists staying in a hotel, we wished we could have bought..... more »
Fabulous farmer's market every Wednesday and Saturday! You can find seedlings, fresh produce, fresh cut flowers, and baked goods for sale. I always leave with something delicious! Parking can be tricky, so I recommend going on the earlier side to guarantee easy parking.
Get the fresh baked bread!!! What are you even doing if you are not buying their home made $5 bread loaves? That’s barely more than Trader Joe’s and theirs is assembly line nonsense. $5 is a pretty good price for crazy good bread. You will regret nothing. Even other things in life - those regrets will fade away when you bite this bread. Trust. Also, beet bundles for $3.50. That’s like ~30% of the Trader’s price, which was previously the cheapest I’d found anywhere. These are heirloom crazy beautiful beets. Also cardamom blueberry jam, amaretto cherry jam, and peach bourbon jam. Those are spendier at $8-9/9 oz as of this weekend, but think about what it takes to grow a fruit tree then make some booze, then make some jam with those things combined, and design & print a cute little label, and a decorative bottle, and load and haul it in a truck to a pop up stand in the middle of Portland — and now pause from these calculations & eat some, if the fates allow —and you will start to see the light, I think, if economics permit such exquisite decadence. Jam lasts awhile. Skip a single Starbucks run or fast food run and you’re already in the same bracket in terms of cost. But really, the bread dudes are cool. We saw them up in Damariscotta later that same day & they hollered. 😂 Then we got back home & ate the bread with said jam and have now doubled down on this being the best bread source.
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