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PEG FOR CLASS PRESIDENT!
Summer’s over. Wright’s Pond has closed. The sunset is getting earlier every dang day. And if that’s not enough to rub sea salt in your sunburn, SCHOOL has started. Sheesh. Thank goodness for Peg’s Preserves. Have you met Peg? No? Let us introduce her. Peg is Medford Farmers Market‘s purveyor of jams. And jellies. And honey. And spices. And, yes, preserves. So many preserves, in fact, you could put a different jelly on your PB&J every school day for a month and still have options left over. For this good deed—making sweet and savory spreads, from scratch, and keeping Medford kids of ALL ages happy—we nominate Peg for class president. Spread the word. And the jam. See you at the market 3–7pm Thursday.
Brigham Farm: Vibrant veggies, fragrant flowers, GYO seedlings
The Brownie Center: Brownies brownies brownies brownies
Deano’s Pasta: Or as we like to call it, “dinner in 5 minutes”
Freedom Food Farm: Beeeeef! (& pork, veg, flour, more)
Good Roots Farm: Salad for days, the official dinner of summer
Lanni Orchards: Baskets of bounty from your favorite fruit folks
Oat Shop: Oatmeal, treats, and iced coffee for that 5 p.m. slump
Peg’s Preserves: Because peach hot-pepper jam. Enough said.
Proletariat Cook: Crabapple butter by & for the common wo/man
Red Antler Apothecary: Healthy beauty products, handmade in Lowell
Silvertree Center for Healing Arts: Magnificent mini-massages
Swissbakers: Where it’s always pretzel-sandwich p.m.
AND DON’T FORGET:
- no illegal items
- no Rx drugs
- no weapons
- no broken items
- no dumping large items that should be picked up by Waste Mgmnt
- check out the list (at the table) of where to get rid of other big stuff.