Lisa Bridge

What’s New at the Market: Welcome our new market manager

It is an honor to announce that “What’s new at the Market” is our new Market Manager, Eleanor Rose. We are fortunate to have found… Continue reading

 

Farm to Table: Great garlic!

As the Sequim Farmers Market is wrapping up its season on the plaza, it is just about to start planning for the coming year. For… Continue reading

 

Farm to Table: Cooking with kale

The last “Farm to Table” feature of the season is most appropriately given to kale. The beloved, hardy, power packed brassica that only improves in… Continue reading

 

Time of change at Sequim Farmers Market

What’s new at the market is the search for a new market manager. After eight fantastic years managing the market, this will be my last.… Continue reading

Farm To Table: Cooking with succulent squash

With fall comes the notorious pumpkin and winter squash. We have seen them showing their shiny oblong and spherical selves at the market of late.… Continue reading

JL Dixon Designs comes to the market

What’s new at the market? Cute, smart and utilitarian wine charms. Lyn and John Dixon moved here recently from the San Francisco area and have… Continue reading

Reeling in raspberries

Just when you least expected to see a flush of raspberries, they are coming in abundance to the Sequim Farmers Market. Delicious red raspberries are… Continue reading

Sequim Bike Works comes to the market

What’s new at the market is yet another budding business — this one is a nonprofit bike shop. Nathan Van Laningham has begun this new… Continue reading

Farm to Table: Cooking with cucumbers

The cucumber has been cultivated for at least 3,000 years and remains a crisp and fresh delicacy in summer. In Japan there is the Buddhist… Continue reading

Loop N Stitch blooms at the market

What’s new at the market is another success story of a business finding its footing at the market. This year, Brenda Lawson struck out of… Continue reading

Farm to Table: The power of potatoes

We are starting to get into the deeper harvest and new potatoes are here. This week you will find new, young yellow creamers that are… Continue reading

What’s New at the Market: Hurricane Hills Winery

What’s new at the market this season? Free wine samples Saturdays 9 a.m.-3 p.m. from Hurricane Hills Winery. We are absolutely thrilled to have Jesse… Continue reading

Farm to Table: Beets in the spotlight

Beets are one of those vegetables of which I love the shape and color. The sweet earthy flavor adds depth and color to salads and… Continue reading

Stonewear Art comes to the Sequim Farmers Market

What’s new at the market are the magical creations of Gina Witz, owner of Stonewear Art. The business began in April of this year. Gina… Continue reading

Farm To Table: A zest for zucchini

Zucchini has arrived at the Sequim Farmers Market along with other culinary delights of summer. Tomatoes have just started, lettuce is coming regularly and cucumbers… Continue reading

Sativa Valley Essentials joins the market

What’s new at the market is Sativa Valley Essentials. This new business fascinates me and impresses me on many levels. They have a line of… Continue reading

The succulent strawberry summer pie

The strawberries are still coming but won’t last long! Fortunately, they will be followed by hordes of other berries as the season progresses. The recipe… Continue reading

What’s New at the Market: Ruby Romano’s Rubeads

What’s new at the market is Rubeads. We are proud to have in attendance our youngest vendor on the plaza at age 13, Ruby Romano.… Continue reading

Farm to Table: Get in on the garlic scapes

The produce options at the Sequim Farmers Market have begun to swell. Strawberries were plentiful this past week, as were gorgeous heads of lettuce, broccoli… Continue reading

River Run Farm comes to the market

What’s new at the market is a fabulous new farm vendor, Sequim’s own River Run Farm. We are delighted to welcome another farm to our… Continue reading