Vendors

Wisconsin Farmers and Food Producers at the Market

Aleka’s Kitchen

Traditional savory and sweet Greek specialties, marinated Greek olives, feta cheese, dips, oliv oil

Website: alekaskitchen.wordpress.com

Email: truetogreece@gmail.com

Amy’s Acre LLC

Organic produce and cage-free Eggs

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amysacrellc/

Website: www.amysacre.com

Phone number: (414) 323-2210

Email: AMYSACRELLC@GMAIL.COM

Chalkboard Kitchen

Meet Therese and Kip and enjoy homemade granola. scones, cookies and party mix. Full menu catering. Scones may be ordered in advance by Thursday for Saturday pick up.

Website: www.facebook.com/chalkboardkitchen/

Phone (262) 389-9991

Edgewood Greenhouse (June 19 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.

Ken and Linda Fenske

Website: http://edgewoodgreenhouse.com/

Happy Destiny Farm

Paul Priester grows organic fruit . Enjoy peaches, berries, pears and apples in season and pie Filling, jams, salsa, marinara sauce and free-range chickens and eggs all summer.

Facebook: facebook.com/HappyDestinyFarm/

Honey Grove Apiary

Honey produced by Nic’s bees in West Bend. Choose Clover, Raw Clover, Buckwheat , Wildflower or Basswood.

Website: honeygrovehoney.com and Facebook

Phone: (262)-334-2213

Khoua Lee Farm

Fresh produce is grown and sold by Mai and her family.

LarryVille Gardens

LarryVille Gardens is a family-owned and operated Certified Naturally Grown 11.5 acre vegetable farm in southeast Wisconsin. Their produce is sold at the farm, farmers markets and to select restaurants.

Website: larryvillegardens.com

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Log Cabin Orchard

Apples (late summer), syrups, jams, cider vinegar, apple hand pies

Website: logcabinorchard.com

Phone: (920) 893-6073

Lopez Bakery

Tamales, Mexican bakery (churros, cookies), breakfast burritos, Mexican soda, guacamole, salsa and chips to go.

Website: lopez-bakery-restaurant.business.site/

Phone: (414) 672-1830

Mai’s Family Market

Mai’s Family Market grows easonal produce in New Berlin.

Matilda’s Bakehouse

Allie Fisher

Moss Doli

Moss Doli is back with beignets, fatayas (savory meat or vegetarian hand pies) and other dishes from Senegal.

Sassy Pies

Diane makes homestyle fruit and cream pies, hand pies, pumpkin bars and other sweet treats. Choices vary weekly and may  include Door County cherry, strawberry rhubarb or pecan. Pies are sold whole or by the slice. Order your favorite for pick up the following week.

Silver Moon Springs

Trout and salmon fillets, smoked salmon and salmon or trout spread.

Email: tlwinkel@gmail.com

Phone 920-334-0040

Website: silvermoonsprings.com

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 roll on insect repelanant and hand sanitizer.

Website: http://soap-of-the-earth.com/

Space Time Coffee

What’s the best time for coffee? Anytime! All beans are roasted to order in small batches ensure freshness. You choose your coffee and the way it’s roasted. Visit the website for details. Stop by and meet Adam, a dedicated roaster and coffee lover!

Website: http://www.spacetimecoffee.com

Stamper Cheese

Award-winning Wisconsin cheese is a delight! Choose your favorites cut to order. If you’re looking for a cheese to nibble or add to a recipe, you will find have a wide selection at the Fox Point Market!

Sharp Brothers

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! Join Lee’s mailing list to receive a weekly reminder!

Website: www.thesharpbrothers.com

Triciclo  Perú

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 pachamama@frozenempanadas.com or calling # above by 5pm on Fridays.

You can pre-order empanadas and sauces from TRICICLO PERU for pickup at the market. Visit their secure website to place your order www.frozenempanadas.com

Tropical Pops

Tropical Pops taste like fresh fruit because the main ingredient is fruit! Enjoy banana, key lime, pineapple, strawberry and more!

www.tropicalpops.us

Wallah Mango Lassi

Mango lassi and mango juice, sorbet and ice cream

website: www.wallahmangolassi.com

Wild Flour Bakery

Bakery without preservatives or artificial ingredients including muffins, cookies and breads

website: www.wildflour.net

Wisconsin Soup Company

Hand-crafted small-batch soups made with locally sourced ingredients. Selections change weekly to take advantage of what’s in season .

website: www.wisconsinsoupcompany.com


Interested in becoming a part of the Farmers’ Market?

Please email: mj8049@wi.rr.com

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