March 28, 2015 at the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers’ market will see a change in the seasonal produce coming from our local farmers.
Expect to find green and purple cauliflowers, patty pan squash, and zucchini from King’s Kountry Produce. Early yellow squash and Vidalia onions will be found in the Boatright Farms booth, and Cabbage Creek Farms will have your seasonal salad mix and fresh radish. Bacons Select Produce has butter head lettuce in green, and now the heartier red variety, too.
Periogi Hut will not be at the Market Place Easter weekend, and possible most of April, so if you want one of her delicious Polish treats, get them this Saturday. Continue reading
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March 21, 2015 brings Vermont Syrup, Goat’s Milk, Nate and Sassy’s Granola, fresh fish, and a massage therapist to the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market.
Among nearly 40 booths of fresh baked breads, seasonal produce, local honey and more, Continue reading
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Not only will the Concours’ d’Elegance, Festivals of Speed, and the new Bonhams Auction be open on Amelia Island, but the The Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers’ market and the Fernandina Beach Arts Market will also be open in historic, downtown Fernandina this weekend!
The farmers’ market, located on North Seventh Street, features March’s seasonal produce from our farmers as spring rapidly approaches.
You will find early harvests of Continue reading
March 7, 2015 brings some exciting new flavors to the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers’ market located on North Seventh Street in historic, downtown Fernandina.
Blue Moon goat cheese vendor has added a new Buffalo Bleu flavor. Add that to the peach habanero for a delightful dipping cheese or let the popular garlic basil flavor stand on its own. Continue reading
My husband and I love to experiment with recipes and some of the most unusual sounding turn out to be favorites of our friends and family such as Zucchini Cobbler or Eggplant and Turnip Parmesan (I haven’t posted this recipe yet).
But, when one of the vendors in the farmers market in Fernandina Beach asked us if we had tried making a bacon wrapped radish, honestly, we laughed out loud! Then of course, we set out on a mission Continue reading
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Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market will be open on North Seventh Street in historic, Fernandina Beach from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on February 28, 2015 with over 40 exhibitors! Olives, pickles, pies, salts, candies, seasonal produce, fresh breads and pastries, local honey, beef jerky, gluten-free products, sauces, smoothies, coffee, tea and more is all available on Saturday morning under the cedar and oak trees of Amelia Island.
You will find delicious crab cakes from Lulu’s at the Thompson House, salmon patties, filets and scallops from All About U.S. Salmon, and tasty pink shrimp from Chesser Seafood. Continue reading
Posted in Winter
We will be open from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 21, 2015.
With nearly 40 vendors attending the Market Place each and every Saturday, we have a few vendors who join us once or twice a month like Steephill Vermont Syrup, White Hawk Farm, and River City Gourmet. Continue reading
The Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers’ market will be open on February 14, 2015, which also happens to be Valentine’s Day. And do our vendors have some sweet treats lined up for you?
Something Good has incorporated Raspberry Coconut Macaroons and Whoopie Pies to their selection of gluten free products, and Great Harvest Bread Company will be serving heart shaped, raspberry brownie Continue reading
Winter at the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market has seen our two newest vendors, The Pierogi Hut and Chesser Seafood, sell completely out of product on their first Saturday with us on North Seventh Street.
The Pierogi Hut has a variety pierogi fillings including potato and cheese, mushroom and onion, cabbage and pork, farmer cheese, and more. Continue reading
-Muffuletta Bread (or Any Good Italian Bread)
-1/4 Pound Swiss Cheese
-1/4 Pound Mortadella
-1/4 Pound Genoa Salami
-1/4 Pound Ham
-Generous Amount Jay’s Muffuletta Salad
How to Build the Sandwich
First, Muffuletta Bread is usually only found in New Orleans but, you can substitute with a good Italian Bread from your local market. Try to find a dense loaf about 8-inches in diameter or you can purchase our Muffuletta Bread online. Slice the bread horizontally in half. Put a small amount of the oil from our salad on both sides of the bread (this is considered the Mayonnaise). On the top side of the bread, put a generous amount of Jay’s Muffuletta Salad, on the other half of the bread build your meats and cheese. Place bottom half on top half and cut into fours. Will feed two(2) people generously.
This recipe is courtesy of Fernandina Beach’s farmers’ market vendor: Jay’s Marketplace.
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