Wisconsin Farmers and Food Producers at the Market
Homemade granola. scones, cookies and party mix. Full menu catering. Scones may be ordered in advance by Thursday for Saturday pick up
Phone (262) 389-9991
Egg Rolls and More
Traditional egg rolls , spring rolls, and pork dumplings to go.
Edgewood Greenhouse (June 20 only)
Each year the Fenske family brings lush blooming annuals in hanging baskets on opening day. This year baskets will include a variety of baby lettuces, Cherry tomatoes and herbs will also be available.
Ken and Linda Fenske
Happy Destiny Farm
Organic fruit, pie Filling, jams, salsa, free-range chickens and eggs
Honey Grove Apiary
Immy’s African Cuisine
Khoua Lee Farm
Log Cabin Orchard
Apples (late summer), syrups, jams, cider vinegar, apple hand pies
Phone: (920) 893-6073
Tamales, Mexican bakery (churros, cookies), breakfast burritos, Mexican soda, guacamole, salsa and chips to go.
Phone: (414) 672-1830
Madame Macaron MKE
Macarons and Frozen Custard Macarons Cooking classes offered and special orders accepted.
Phone: (414) 315-5086
Red Stone Rice
Brown and White Rice
Wisconsin’s First & Only Rice Farm
Not far from Milwaukee, the Mequon Nature preserve is home to the Red Stone Rice farming operation that grows a southern Russian variety, producing brown and white rice while using organic farming practices.
Beautiful bouquets from their eight-acre farm.
River of Dreams
Free-range cickens, eggs, pastured beef, lamb and pork. New this year: cage-free eggs.
Phone: (920) 756-2725
Drop off knives, scissors, and gardening tools for professional sharpening by these knife whisperers! You will be amazed at the difference sharp knives make in your kitchen!
Soap of the Earth
All natural soaps made without dyes or chemicals. Pamper your skin with bar soaps, liquid hand soap for the kitchen and shower gel. All natural iroll on insect repellanant and hand sanitizer.
Empanadas frozen to bake and enjoy at home: beef, chicken, corn & cheese, sweet potato, and sausage & cheddar. Sauces and Peruvian sodas.
Empanadas are a traditional snack in Perú, where they are often found in the street, sold by peddlers on tricycles. The flaky breaded pastry is filled with savory flavors like meat or vegetables and makes a great snack or meal. Triciclo Perú restaurant in Milwaukee was named in honor of that tradition by Mario Diaz, a native of Lima, and his wife Amy Narr. In addition to empanadas, the menu includes other Peruvian street food and dishes from Perú’s rich culture.
Full menu: www.tricicloperumke.com/menu
Orders for curbside pickup: 414-239-8388 (Tuesday – Sunday from 1p-9p)
Additional varieties, including GF or Vegan empanadas, can be ordered by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling # above by 5pm on Fridays.
You can pre-order empanadas and sauces from TRICICLO PERU for pickup August 8. Visit their secure website to place your order www.frozenempanadas.com
Wallah Mango Lassi
Mango lassi and mango juice, sorbet and ice cream
Wild Flour Bakery
Bakery without preservatives or artificial ingredients including muffins, cookies and breads
Wisconsin Soup Company
Hand-crafted small-batch soups made with locally sourced ingredients .