OPEN

June 13 through October 17

Every Wednesday 4pm - 7pm

Church of the Blessed Sacrament Parking Lot

726 Monroe Avenue (Corner of Rutgers and Monroe)

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Regular Vendors:

Sunscape Farms

Timber Buck Maple Farm

Clover Meadow Creamery

GG Bake

Farm Boy Products

SPECIAL EVENTS

THIS WEEK (Sep 19):

Music: Brett Lighthouse

Community Table: Monroe YMCA Teen Program

Location

Blessed Sacrament Church Parking Lot
726 Monroe Avenue
(Near Oxford)
Rochester, NY

Newsletter V11-NBR15-201809017

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Vol11 Nbr15 MktWk15

September 17, 2018

Open on Wednesdays, 4pm to 7pm
June 13 - October 17, 2018
Blessed Sacrament's Parking Lot
726 Monroe Avenue (the Corner at Rutgers Street)

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PREVIOUSLY AT THE MARKET

The pile of pumpkins identifies the season!

Eggs all season long.

The peaches have been outstanding this year.

Dave has been filling in for Coralie at Sunscape..

Larry enjoys selling his soaps, herbs, and vegetables at this market!

A careful shopper makes her selection.

There are some elegant displays of squash at the Market!

Eat your cake and vegetables, too!

Dave was busy all day long.

Chalking the Little Mermaid!

Allen Hopkins is a fan of the Market, and the Market is one his fas.

FOOD and CRAFTS THIS WEEK

Sunscape Farms, Penfield

Corn, tomatoes, zucchini, green and yellow beans, cucumbers, peppers, eggplant, winter squash, apples, nectarines, plums, peaches and cataloupe. Beautiful mixed bouquets of cut flowers, hanging baskets, mums, annuals, and herbs. And what ever else might be harvested in the morning!

Timber Buck Maple, Bloomfield

Assorted salad greens, free range eggs, garlic, garlic scapes, honey, maple syrup, maple candy, blueberry jam, hot mustard spread, hot peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, and cut flower bouquets.

Clover Meadow Creamery, Lyons

Goat milk, goat yogurt, goat cheese and herbed cheeses. Coffee roasted in Wayne County.

GG Bakes, Rochester

Fruit pies, spicy ginger snaps, and a variety of other pastries and cookies.

Farm Boy Products

Home made soap products, lip balms, and snacks for pets. Herbal rub mixes for roasting and grilling, Mediterranean zucchini, beans, tomatoes, cut bouquets of zinnias.

MUSIC THIS WEEK

Brett Lighthouse

Genre

Old Country, Old Folk, Old Rock, New Singer

Background

Formerly of The Al Beaman band and Section 8 this punk rocker, born and raised in Rochester NY, shunned the mowhawk for a cowboy hat and hasn't looked back. Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Marty Robbins, Eddie Rabbitt, Burl Ives, John Denver, Conway Twitty, Elvis Presley etc.

Brett is for hire for all social and business occasions like graduation parties, birthdays, non-profit, or for profit or just for fun! He’ll help you make it happen!

COMMUNITY TENT THIS WEEK

Monroe Family YMCA Teen Program

Imagining a Peaceful World

Join the Monroe family YMCA Teen Program in making Peace Flags! Peace Flags provide a special way to express important ideas and hopes for the world. In words or pictures, participants can display wishes for themselves, their family, friends, community, or the world. Taken together Peace Flags describe a better, more peaceful planet for us all.

RECIPE FOR THIS WEEK

Email your favorite recipes for publication in this spot.

Simple Apple Pie from Scratch

This recipe is noted for the ease of creating, managing, and placing the dough into the pie pan to form the lower and upper crusts.

Serves 6 to 8

Ingredients for Crust

  • 2 cups white flour
  • 1 tspn salt
  • 1/3 cup white sugar
  • 1/3 cup shortening
  • 1/3 cup butter
  • 1/3 cup water

Preparation of Crust

  1. Blend the dry ingredients (flour, salt, and sugar). A cuisinart works very nicely.
  2. Cut in the shortening until the mixture is gravelly.
  3. Cut in the butter until the mixture is pebbly.
  4. Cut in the water until the dough is smooth and firm.
  5. Ball the dough and slice it into two not quite equal hemispheres.
  6. Roll each hemisphere of dough between two sheets of waxed paper (one top and one bottom layer) to form a disc slightly larger than a 9" pie pan.. Square pieces of standard width waxed paper works nicely. Roll the dough for the larger disc out to reach the edges of the paper. The slightly larger disc will serve as the bottom crust.
  7. Leave each disc between the waxed paper and refrigerate while preparing the apple filling (next).

Ingredients for the Apple Filling

  • 3 lbs of apples (tart apples, or a mixture of tart and sweet, are best for a pie that is not too sweet)
  • 1/3 cup white sugar

Preparation of the Apple Filling

  1. Peel and core the apples.
  2. Slice each apple into thin slices (about 12 thin wedges).
  3. Toss with the sugar.

Combine and Bake

  1. Remove the discs of dough from the refrigerator.
  2. Peel one sheet of waxed paper from the large disc.
  3. Line the bottom of the 9" pie pan (glass is recommended) with the bottom crust by first flash-warming the remaing waxed-paper side of the disc (pass it over a stove top burner) to make it easy to peel off later. Pop the disc of dough, bare side down, into the pan. Gently push the dough to conform to the shape of the pan. Peal off the remining waxed paper.
  4. Add the apple filling. Adjust the slices of apple to minimize air spaces.
  5. Peel the waxed paper from one side of the other, slightly smaller disc of dough. Flash-warm the waxed paper side of the disc as above.
  6. Pop the top crust down to enclose the top of the pie. Peal back the remaining waxed paper.
  7. Roll up and pinch the dough around the edge of the pie pan to form a nice rim.
  8. Poke holes with a fork all over the top of the pie to allow steam to easily escape.
  9. Start baking the pie at 450 deg F for 15 minutes to pop the crust.
  10. Drop the temperature to 350 deg F to finish baking (about 40 minutes).

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EBT, SNAP, FOOD STAMPS

The market has always welcomed shoppers in the various State and Federal supplemental nutrition programs. Farmers at our Market accept tokens and some coupons. See the Market-Day supervisor; bring your EBT card.

See USDA SNAP guidelines for more information.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER!

Looking to help the Market this summer? We can really use your support! You can commit up to one hour this summer, or a few weeks, any help is appreciated! Think about helping with Market Day photography, opening and closing, or lawn signs! Contact the Market Manager, Allen Krisiloff at allen@triptar.com for more details.

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