Newsletter V10-NBR14-20170904

Vol10 Nbr14 MktWk13 September 4, 2017

Open on Wednesdays, 4pm to 7pm
June 14 - October 18, 2017
Blessed Sacrament's Parking Lot
726 Monroe Avenue (the Corner at Rutgers Street)

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It was a gloriously sunny day at the Market last week. The air was a bit cool towards closing time. Perhaps to remind us that we are entering the peak of the harvest season and autumn is around the corner.

We wish Thanasi and Cynthia of Mr. T's Italian Ices a cozy winter! Last week was their last day of this season. They will return with the hot weather next year.

The excited crowd as the Market opened..

Information table staffed by Amanda and Dora. Grace provided some assistance.

Early shoppers as seen from behind the Music Tent.

Timber Buck Maple.


Grace helped to setup Clover Meadow's tent.

A quiet conversation between friends.

GG Bakes.

Enchanting cantaloupe.

Frenzy of color and shapes.

Discussions about community housing at the Community Tent.

Relaxing music by Matthew Corey.


Naming Contest

We received about 60 suggest names during the past six weeks. They are all clever and catchy. We are in the process of reducing the list to about 10 names so that we can conduct a vote for the winner.

The voting will start next week (Sep 13) and go for two weeks. It would really help if someone can step forward to manage the details of the voting at the information table on those Market Days. We also would like to collect votes online through the Market's website or its Facebook page. However, we don't yet have a someone to create and manage online voting. Any volunteers?


Sunscape Farms, Penfield

Grapes, plums, apples, cantaloupes, cherries, peaches, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, tomatoes (many varieties), lettuce, broccoli, bell peppers, yellow squash, zucchini, acorn and butternut squash, green beans, flat beans, yellow beans, snap peas, and plants (annuals, hanging baskets, herbs) and cut flower bouquets.

Aguilera Farms, Williamson

Apples, cantaloupes, cherries, peaches, donut peaches, beets, broccoli, cabbage, lettuce, onions, peas, bell peppers, jalapeno peppers, snap peas, acorn squash, swiss chard, tomatillos, tomatoes, yellow squash, and zucchini.

Timber Buck Maple, Bloomfield

Blueberries, assorted salad greens, bell peppers, hot peppers, zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, cucumbers, free range eggs, garlic, garlic scapes, honey, maple syrup, maple candy, and cut flower bouquets.

Clover Meadow Creamery, Lyons

Goat milk, goat yogurt, goat cheese and herbed cheeses.

GG Bakes, Rochester

Fruit pies, spicy ginger snaps, oatmeal cookies, and French macaroons.

Katalpa Foods, Rochester
formerly DeWitte's Homemade Hummus

Fresh hummus with different herbal accents, bread from Small World Bakery.

Mooseberry Soaps, Newark, NY

Handcrafted soaps and jewelry.

Paw-la's Pantry, Rochester

Dog treats handmade with locally sourced, organic ingredients.

Mr. T's Italian Ice, Rochester

Cool, refreshing italian ice in 4 fruit flavors.


Weber Music

Multi-era, multi-genre. Rock, Acoustic Rock, 50s-90s pop, folk, and select current (2000-present) rock/pop. Sets can be topic or artist themed, era-based, genre-based and random, often on-the-spot patron-request based.

Gerard is a local Rochester musician performing in and around town for nearly 25 years. His wife Jeanne began performing with him in the late 90s and together they have been entertaining both as a duo and with a variety of other talented musicians.


Trillium Health

Trillium Health, located just down the street from our market at 259 Monroe Avenue, provides primary health care for all ages including routine check-ups, preventive care and treatment of acute and chronic conditions. Their practitioners are skilled in LGBTQ, women’s and transgender healthcare and provide HIV, hepatitis, and STD testing and treatment, PrEP and PEP and nutrition counseling. Their medical team pledges to work with you to provide integrated care that’s focused on your needs –without judgment or negativity.

Trillium now offers opioid overdose training. Their pharmacy is open six days a week and offers free delivery.


Selected by Maxine Manjos

Tomato, Pickled Melon and Burrata Salad

I pickled some grapes earlier this year. It was so easy to toss them into some vinegar and let them sit for a few minutes, I just had to give this easy pickling method a try. Then I added the grapes into a salad and found that they provided a surprising little jolt of flavor. It was an experiment that succeeded. (A couple of days later I had a few leftover grapes still sitting in vinegar in the refrigerator. Let's just say that I recommend eating them before they have spent too much time absorbing the vinegar). So this recipe uses the same easy pickling process with melon pieces. Frankly, I don't know the types of melon mentioned in the recipe, but I am confident that our local cantaloupes would fit the bill. Any kind of mild white cheese would do well in this recipe--burrata, mozzarella or goat.

Click on the link below and make your own experiment with pickled fruit added to a salad.


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.


Looking to give back to the community this summer? We can really use your help! 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 for more details.


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