This Saturday is our opening day for the market season of 2019, 9AM to 1PM. Come join us with the following commits to be there.
- Maker’s Way Farm: We will have spinach, salad mix, arugula, chard, kale, beets, and radish available.
- Sandra’s Crochet Items: Dishcloths, market bags, cross body purses
- Summerfield Herb Farm: Half price special on grape vines. Also have tomato and pepper plants as well as a massive selection of herbs.
- Brinks whirlwind apiary: honey. Beeswhirld skin care products, propolis throat spray, propolis healing salve, new product this year is soap using honey
- Goldman View Acres: jams and jellies and flavored vinegars
- Hope Farms: mustard greens, kale, collards, lettuce, onions and sunflowers
- Nolichucky Treasures: Handcrafted cutting boards and bread boards
We have added a link under the vendor documents section to include the recent changes to the domestic kitchen laws that went into effect in 2017.
On April 17, 2017, the latest wave of changes to Tennessee’s Domestic Kitchen Laws were signed by Governor Bill Haslam (Appendix A). These alterations will change the requirements for those who will be preparing non-potentially hazardous foods from their home kitchens. This fact sheet addresses the state regulatory framework after June 17, 2017, for individuals wishing to prepare foods in their domestic kitchen for sale.
WHICH FOODS CAN BE MADE IN A HOME KITCHEN? Only foods considered non-potentially hazardous can be made in home kitchens. Examples of these foods are: • Baked goods that do not require refrigeration. • Jams, jellies and preserves. • Candy. • Dried baking or spice blends. Non-potentially hazardous foods do not support the growth of harmful bacteria and the processing steps do not require stringent controls to assure a safe product. It should be understood that while these foods are inherently lower risk, it does not mean that they are without risk. They are still prone to cross-contamination from other foods in the kitchen or allergens.
Potentially hazardous food products that cannot be made in a home kitchen include: • Pickled vegetables and eggs. • Sauces and dressings. • Products that contain meat or poultry. • Any food that must be refrigerated.
Please refer to the whole document, which can be found here, if you do or plan on doing any home baking for selling at the DSFM.
Special Encore Appearance by Eugene Wolf
at Depot Street Farmers Market’s
farm to fork event:
Abundant Harvest Dinner
August 10, 6-9 pm
on the Terrace at The General Morgan Inn
EUGENE WOLF is an entertainer. From Greeneville. He won his first talent contest at the Capitol Theater in 1957 at the age of 2 and has been entertaining ever since. He was raised by his grandmother, Bernice Rader, who took him along with her to perform while she sold Avon to the lucky ladies. That’s where he honed his skills.
For the past 20 years he has been a member of Barter Theatre’s Acting Company and a member of the country singing duo Brother Boys, who, along with Dolly Parton are featured prominently on the new compilation CD, “On Top Of Old Smoky: New Old Time Smoky Mountain Country Music”.
He made his movie debut in THE CURSE, directed by David Keith. He appeared in BOX OF MOONLIGHT with John Turturro and Sam Rockwell and on television as A. P. Carter in the PBS documentary, WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN and the BBC’s LOST HIGHWAY. He created the role for Barter Theatre’s KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE.
It was clear from the start that music would provide his path in life. Eugene will perform a one- man show about growing up in Greeneville with his grandmother and how music fit into their plan to make him a romantic leading man. Or at least sell a couple of bottles of SkinSoSoft.
End of Season Vendor Meeting at First Presbyterian Church (110 North Main Street, Greeneville) at 6:00 pm on November 14. All vendors are invited, whether you sold this year or not, or if you didn’t but are interested in selling next year.
Pot luck dinner. The DSFM will supply plates, napkins, cups, cutlery, and drinks. Vendors are asked to bring a potluck dish, either main dish, side dish, or dessert.
The actual meeting part of the meeting will start at 7:00 pm
Please fill out the following form if you plan to attend the dinner portion of the meeting at 6:00 pm.
Please let us know your plans for the year end vendor meeting
Commitments so far:
KK Profit: lamb sliders
Ali and Thomas Jarratt: green bean casserole
Kerri and Conley Brown: undecided protein
Sandra Tester: shells with meat sauce
Hope farms: turnip with greens
Becky Hope Mallory: Swiss chard casserole
Bill and Brenda Jones: meat rice veggies casserole
Michelle Steiner: 2 apple pies
Our first annual Farm to Fork event dubbed From the Market to the Mansion is now just a week away, Thursday, September 29. This post is to serve the dual purpose of reminding those that need reminding and updating everyone on what is now currently in the works or defined to take place during our M2M event.
Currently our menu looks like this, subject to change:
1. APPLES DIPPED IN HONEY (to bring us sweetness for the new year)
Hope Farms apples
Summerfield Herb Farm Honey
2, SQUASH SOUP
Cushaw Squash from Sunflour Bakery
3. MINI QUICHE
Reeder Farms eggs
4. RAW BEET SLAW
Hope Farms beets
5. COLD BEEF KABOBS with horseradish leaf
Rocky Field Farm beef and
Summerfield Herb Farm horseradish leaf
6. GOAT SLIDER with pork belly
Black Hills Farm goat and Bales Farm pork
Buns from Sunflour Bakery
7. LAMB MEATBALLS with Tzatziki sauce
Hoodley Creek lamb
8. RASPBERRY CHEESE CAKE
9. MASON JAR LID PUMPKIN PIES
Eugene Wolf is confirmed as our entertainer extraordinaire, and will perform from 7:00 to 8:00. Your ticket purchase of $50 includes all food from the menu served as Hor D’ouevres, two drinks included for local wine and/or local beer.
You may purchase tickets on our website at www.depotstreetfarmersmarket.com/product/market-to-mansion-event-tickets/, or call Chef Mary Goldman 423-342-7006 or Heather Youngbood 423-525-2621, or visit our www.facebook.com/depotstreetfarmersmarket or our website www.depotstreetfarmersmarket.com for more details.
Summerfest is this weekend.
Today was another great day, and I’d like to personally thank everyone involved. That’s every single vendor, member, board member, customer, and official that has made this market a smashing success.
I’d also like to personally thank the Rural Resources Teen Chefs and Mary Goldman for a wonderful sampling of breakfast burritos. You guys did a great job.
I was told today that the sweet corn vendor sold out, and the tomatoes vendor sold 300 pounds of tomatoes. That’s a successful market in anyone’s book.
Dont forget Summerfest coming up July 30, and the Dog/Owner Look Alike Contest that goes with it. It’s going to be a smashing bit of fun I think.
See you at the market!
Alrighty folks, this is the one I’ve been wanting to post here all day. Not for the article but that I get to post this pretty darn cool picture of snoop dog and snoop dog.
This is it, the moment you’ve been waiting for. A contest to see who among us looks the most like their dog. This could really be a lot of fun and that’s what we’re shooting for.
On July 30th, at 10:00 am, during our Summerfest 2016 event, we will be putting on a Dog/Owner Look Alike Contest. … How cool is that?
If you are interested in entering this contest please fill out our pre-registration form.