Vendor List

2019 Saturday Season Vendors

Bean Pole Farm
Variety of vegetables
Blueberry Knoll Farm
Vegetables, eggs, raw honey, wood peg coat racks and wood walking sticks
Blue Lake Sunrise Pottery
H
andmade & wheel thrown functional pottery
Borealis Baking Company
Baked goods, paleo, vegan gluten-friendly options
BSB Farm
Eggs and organic chicken, whole or cut up
Case Country Farm
Pasture raised pork, produce
Cold Weather Farm
Produce, meat, eggs, jams
Dafter Farm/Aunt Lillian’s Mustard
Mustard
Dancing Crane Farm
Whole bean and brewed coffee, produce, donuts
Davin’s Chocolates
Bean-to-bar chocolate, cold brewed coffee
Daydream Farms
Hot peppers, vegetables and apples
Designs By Vonamae
Glass fused jewelry
Devotional Jewelry
Wire jewelry
Donckers
Signature candies
Door County Whitefish
Fresh whitefish fillets, smoked whitefish fillets, smoked whitefish pate
Doozers
Baked goods
Dukes Farm
Produce
End Of The Road Winery
Wine and wine jelly
Ever Yielding Acres
Produce, meat, eggs, maple syrup
Freshwind Farms
Produce
Full Plate Farm
Produce
Gourd Art by Elaine
Bird Houses, bowls and various holiday items made exclusively from gourds
Greens & Things
Variety of microgreens, plant starts
Guindon Farms
Organic certified grass-fed beef, maple syrup
Hannah’s Garden
Produce
Herbal Oasis Bodycare
Moisturizers, bug repellent, massage oil, essential oil blends, personal care items 
Jeffrey Heidtman
Produce, cut flowers, perennials
Marquette Baking Company
Breads, baked goods
Marquette Expressions
Greeting cards
Marquette Maple Company
Maple syrup, maple sugar, maple cream, maple cotton candy
Mighty Soil Farm
Produce
Mother Mary’s Canning Company
Michigan grown produce specialty canned foods
Native Sister Soap
Artisan soap, body butters, soy candles
New Dalton Farm
Vegetables, eggs, maple syrup
Partridge Creek Farm
Produce
Pea Pickle Farm
Beeswax candles, bayberry wax candles
Red Metal Jewelry
Hand-made copper jewelry
Reh-Morr Farm
Vegetables, huckleberries, honey, maple syrup, plant starts
Rock River Farm
Flowers, vegetables
Seeds & Spores Family Farm
Produce, pasture raised meat, eggs, maple syrup, jams, plant starts
Shady Grove Farm U.P.
Eggs, woolen goods/garments
Shanti Jewelers
Jewelry-Laramar and other gemstones
Shiitake Creek Mushroom Company
Wild and cultivated mushrooms
Slagle’s Family Farm
Produce, meat, maple syrup, eggs
Superior Culture
Kombucha

Swanzy Farm
Produce, honey
The Howling Buddha
Artisanal dog treats
Tonella Farms
Variety of mushrooms, produce, eggs, plant starts, grass-fed beef
Treasa’s Treasures
Produce, plants, eggs, baked goods, jams, woven rugs
Trenary Loam-Grown & For Goodness Cakes!
Produce, baked goods
Trillium Turnings
Wood turned bowls, go
blets and plates, raw honey
UP North Roast
Coffee beans and ground, roasted nuts
UProoted Farm
Produce
Velodrome Coffee Company
Espresso based coffee drinks, whole bean coffee
Virgin Earth Farm
Variety of vegetables and wood-burnt art
Winter Sky Wool Co.
Wool, hand-spun wool, knit goods
Yooper Sisters
Homemade jams, hard candies, soy blend candles
Yooper Yummies+
Cinnamon rolls, scones, cookies, sweet breads and more

 

2019 Saturday Daily Vendors


Aquarius Art Ventures
Art posters, note cards, postcards
ARK Wood Products
Cedar, maple wood functional products

Bandeff Farm
Sweet corn
Baskets 2 Use
Hand-made, functional baskets
Be Well
Massage therapy
Black River Blades
Hand forged knives
Bodega
Original art paintings
Branching Out
Twig art
Brett’s Driftwood Creations
Driftwood decorative items
Designer Jacque
Graphic artist designed apparel
Diana Sullivan Art
Felt sculptures and other artwork
Good For You
Driftwood creations
Jade Enterprises
Author autographed books
J.B. Crafts
Wood crafts, hand-tied fishing flies
Jean Sinervo
Artist designed handmade jewelry

Judy B Knitting
Hand-knit, wool felted ornaments, baby booties, cat toys, wool drier balls
Kenn Grimes Author
Books
KiKi’s Kottage Katering
Salad dressings, prepared foods

Northern Sky Orchard
Upper Peninsula grown tree fruit
Norway Area Preservation Society
Rain barrels
Que Vida Design
Jewelry
Ronnie’s Art
Paints, prints, note cards
Sage & Spry
Chair massages, bodycare products
Sha Renee Designs
Jewelry
Soaring Suds Soap Company
Cold processed soap, bath bombs and more
SpOILed by OILs
Personal care products
Superior Environmental Consulting
Produce
Susan Grimes
Woodwork, lamps, coat trees
The Phoenician Soap Company
Handcrafted artisan soaps and lotions
Thai Massage & Bodywork
Thai massage
Touchstone
Specialty plants, jams and jewelry
Treated With Love
Vegan dog treats
Uncle Chuck’s Funny Farm
Plant starts
U.P. Roc Doc
Lapidary jewelry with silver smithing
Wild Pages
Hand-bound blank journals, publications, photographs
Willow Nest
Sewn goods and ceramics
Xxantopia
Baked goods, nut free cookies

featured recipe

Dressing Winter Greens


As temperatures drop and snow flies, I crave colorful food. A favorite source this time of year is frost kissed, tender, baby greens. Their bright leaves are a welcome relief on grey days and their candy-like sweetness keeps me wanting to eat my vegetables. Usually, I eat these winter treats unencumbered with seasonings or dressings so their own flavors shine. However, a good, simple vinaigrette can bring out their more complex flavor, pair down any bitterness, and (bonus!) help us absorb more vitamins.

Making your own vinaigrette is simple and allows you to avoid preservatives, sugar, and thickeners you might find in store bought counterparts. To make, combine your favorite oil (i.e. olive oil), an acid (i.e. lemon juice or vinegar), and seasonings (salt, herbs and/or spices). Homemade vinaigrette will keep for 1-2 weeks in the fridge.

While most commonly used as salad dressings, you can also use vinaigrettes as marinades for roasted veggies or meat. If you’re cooking with a vinaigrette, make sure the oil has the right smoke point for the temperature at which you’ll be cooking.
Tried and True Vinaigrette Combinations
Oil
Acid
Herbs + Spices
Flavorings
Olive Oil
Lemon Juice
Garlic, Salt, Pepper, Savory Herbs (rosemary, sage, etc.)
Dijon Mustard
Olive Oil
White Wine Vinegar
Garlic, Salt, Pepper
Dijon Mustard, Honey
Olive Oil
Apple Cider Vinegar
Salt
Ginger
Avocado or Sesame oil
Rice Wine Vinegar
Soy sauce or GF equivalent, Garlic (to taste)
Honey
Great marinade
Kelly Wilson, RDN is a registered dietitian and Taste the Local Difference’s Director of Community Partners. Her favorite winter green is baby spinach. Share your favorite winter vegetable tips with her at kelly@localdifference.org