When entering the market which is now in Rick’s greenhouse next to Ingrid’s one can’t ignore the lovely scents coming from all the vendors. The first vendor on the right is Dick’s Baking selling pies, pickled goods, and produce. Selling his produce will either be Dick himself or his daughter-in-law Terry.
After Dick is Fisher Farm offering fresh, local produce and herbs, eggs, as well as some ornamental crops.Fisher Farm is located in Winterport, ME and the farmers, Beth, Dennis, and Baby Jane live off the grid.
Following Fisher Farm is Tea Maineia, offering an array of teas.Tea Maineia is a new company owned and operated by a couple from Winterport as well, Dan and Debbie.
After Tea Maineia, is the new vendor North Branch Farm also selling fresh, local produce, as well as dried flowers.North Branch Farm is one of our newest vendors and a considerably new farm itself. The vendor selling is usually one of the farmers herself, Anna.
Next comes Panteli’s Greek Cuisine including baked goods. Panteli’s is owned by Betty, a sweet lady who can cook up a storm of good food.
Panteli’s is followed by Las Dos Hermanas Catering offering Mexican Cuisine including fajita rolls, taquitos, nachos, and burritos.After growing up in Southern California Linda moved to the Northeast but not without taking her grandmother’s recipes with her.
Michael Shyka is next selling his designer hand-painted scarves, clothing, and paintings.He has a studio in Bangor and has sold his pieces to brand names such as VIctoria’s Secret and Ann Taylor.
In the back is Sunset Acres Farm offering various meats including anything from duck to beef. They also offer goat cheese and eggs. Bob’s farm located in Brooks milks about 90 Saanen, Alpine and Nubian dairy goats.
Working our way back to the front we come to Izzy’s Catering selling delicious cakes and baked goods. Izzy has many catering events, a majority of which are weddings.If someone you know is getting married Izzy’s goodies are a true delight.
Next to Izzy is Elaine’s Basket Cafe selling mainly donuts, coffee, and other baked goods. Kids and adults flock to Elaine for her donuts. She can mainly be found making a basket or two a day at her stand.
Next to Elaine is International Delight selling anything from empananas to cheesecake with pomegranate seeds.Well named for the Argentinian cook who really cooks up a delight in everything she offers.
Siberia Farms is next selling dairy products from their jersey cows. These include milk, yogurt, and cheese. Siberia Farms became quickly loved as costumers could now get their fresh, local milk from the market.
Next is Haight Farm selling hydroponic produce as well as salad dressings. Sadly, he will not be returning to the market until April.
Our newest vendor Scaredy Cat’s comes next selling cupcakes and jellies/jams.The cupakes are divine offering flavors such as mocha and chai, while the jams/jellies are perfect for a gift.
The last vendor is Hillcrest Orchards sells apples, cranberries, sauces, and ciders. The orchard powers on after losing one of their orchards to the ice storm a couple of years back and now working off their other orchard.