Join us for the largest indoor farmers market in New England, 9am to 1pm every Saturday through April 28, 2018! The market features a wide variety of locally grown produce, poultry, meats, and cheeses; locally caught fish and shellfish; baked goods and prepared foods; value-added items like salsas, jams, sauces, ferments, pickles, kimchi, and krauts; self-care products, decorations, and seasonal gifts; and so much more!
EXTENSIVE SELECTION OF LOCAL FOODS
With two long, connected hallways filled with vendors — which we refer to as the Green hallway (1005 Main Street entrance) and Yellow hallway (999 Main Street entrance) — there’s something for everyone at the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market! See a full rundown of this season’s vendors, including who will be rotating on or off each week.
This Saturday at the Market
Kitchen Garden Farm will be our special guest at the Harvest Kitchen table in the Green Hallway tomorrow! Meet co-owner/operator Caroline Pam and taste some of the farm’s delicious naturally fermented srirachas and fire-roasted salsas.
Kitchen Garden Farm Sriracha comes in three varieties: original, extra-hot habanero, and super-hot ghost pepper. It’s made using fully ripe organic peppers from Kitchen Garden Farm’s fields; ground with organic garlic, sugar, and salt; and fermented for 4 to 10 days, depending on ambient temperature. After fermentation, the pepper “mash” is heated and passed through a food mill to remove all of the skins and seeds. Then it’s cooked with vinegar, bottled and sealed, and brought to you at the farmers market!
Kitchen Garden Farm salsas are handcrafted from organic tomatoes, tomatillos, onions, and chilies grown on the farm. The ingredients are fire-roasted in small batches to add a subtle smokiness and spicy heat. Their Roasted Chili Salsa is a medium-heat tomato-based salsa made with fire-roasted Fresno chilies. Their Tomatillo Salsa is a spicy tomatillo-based salsa made with fire-roasted jalapeños. It’ll be hard to choose your favorite!
THIS JUST IN — FOUR TOWN FARM
This is our last week at this season’s Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market. We’ll miss being with you all on Saturdays, but hope to see you at our farm stand in Seekonk, MA — now open daily, 9am to 6pm. And at the farm for Asparagus Fest coming up May 6th! (Be sure to get your tickets in advance!)
|Against the Green
VISITING CIVIC GROUPS
|Kindred Community Acupuncture
||Northeast Organic Farming Association of RI (NOFA/RI)
|Providence College Family & Development Lab
We strive to make our farmers market customer and vendor experience great each market day. Feel free to tell us what you like about the farmers market so we can keep up the good work, and please let us know if you have any thoughts of suggestions on what we could do to make the market even better. What’s on your mind?
Did you know that local composter Earth Appliance Organics picks up household food waste at the farmers market? Simply collect your food scraps (please, no non-food items) and bring them to the marked bins on Dudley Street, which runs alongside the Hope Artiste Village building, where the farmers market is held. You’ll see a small green space and a big row of compost bins! If your compost is traveling in a container or plastic bag, please dump the contents into the bin (and dispose of the container or plastic bag elsewhere).