Let’s get this rain out of the way and welcome all of our friends, families, and neighbors back to 125 Front St. Click here for the full lineup for Saturday!
The Carve will be there with their famous breakfast sandwiches. And new this year, they’ve added Artisan Flat Breads. On Opening Day they will feature this mouth-watering flatbread: House smoked Johnny Pastrami, Swiss cheese, house made Russian dressing, organic caraway seeds, organic arugula and a cage free egg on a flat bread.
The Carve will be joining the market on the following dates: 6/10, 6/17, 7/1, 7/8, 7/22, 8/19 & 9/2.
We are excited to announce some new vendors trying out our market this season.
- Cuban food comes to the Ashland Farmers Market! With Cuesta’s Fiesta Empanada Dada food truck, Robert Cuesta will bring empanadas, rice bowls and authentic Cuban sandwiches.
- Chef Tony Matarese of Fig & Co. Mercantile returns to his Ashland hometown to offer chicken pot pies, salmon puff pastries, fresh salads and more each week.
- Crust Bakeshop of Worcester will offer house made artisan breads and baked goods. Alexis’ croissants, cookies, scones, pastries and crusty breads were a big hit at the February Farmers Market.
- Ken and Gina’s Amazing Organic Ice Cream will join the opening day market. Enjoy ice cream from scratch with milk and cream coming from a local dairy farm. As they explain, “straight up farm to table.”
- For those who prefer grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, paleo, vegetarian or vegan options, Chrissy’s Crumble offers Wicked Good NO-GRAIN-OLA crispy snacks. Chrissy first debuted at the February Ashland Farmers Market to great success.
- Two sisters raised on Polish food dug out their grandfather’s handwritten recipes to offer us traditional, handmade pierogi. Jaju Pierogi offers the Polish dumplings with delectable fillings such as kielbasa and red pepper, sweet potato and caramelized onion, apple and sage, and potato and cheese.
- Samira’s Homemade will bring hummus, baba gannoush, muhammara dip, stuffed grape leaves, tabouli and pita bread.
- Youla of You Love Bakery will bring Greek Cypriot desserts and savories such as baklava, spanakopita and tzatziki.
Three of your favorite vendors are expanding their offerings:
- Julie’s Z Breads will be serving Belgium waffles, fried zucchini bread, and a special breakfast muffin all heated on a grill at their tent.
- Dulce D Leche will offer smoothies together with their full-flavored gelatos and sorbettos, many lactose-free.
- Long Life Farm will have a double tent and offer sauerkraut, kimchi, tomatillo salsa, and foraged autumn olive berry jam, in addition to their organic vegetables and fruit.
We have your wine needs covered too. Coastal Vineyards and 1634 Meadery are back, alternating in the wine tent with returning Aaronap Cellars. 1634 Meadery is a small artisan style honey-wine maker in Ipswich. “We make small scale batches of wine in a manner that helps capture the true honey, fruit and spice tastes and smells of our local ingredients” says Dan Clapp. Coastal Vineyards of South Dartmouth, MA, produces small batches of fine creative wines from 12 different varieties of grapes grown on their own 10 acres.