A hot and sunny day forecasted for this Sunday, July 24. Be sure to visit us at Daniels Farmstead for our Sunday Farmers Market 11:00am to 2:00pm!
Enjoy live music from noon to 2 pm with Sam Masoud
We have a wonderful group of market vendors:
Candle Interpretations with handmade artistic candles.
Oakdale Farms featuring a large assortment of fresh garden vegetables, including delicious tender fresh corn!
Emily's Pottery with a variety of handmade ceramics.
Bulb & Blossom featuring an assortment of potted perennials.
Susan Guerard with handcrafted ceramics and local photography.
Boudrot Brine - delicious artisanal pickles made locally in Upton, MA.
Mandie C’s Sweetery - a fantastic assortment of delicious cookies, all handmade with the finest ingredients.
The Fudge Lady with a large assortment of tasty fudges.
BV Cats - Cat placements as well as homemade cat blankets, scarves, toys & jewelry.
Stone Meadow with hand-grown produce.
Ironstone Farm with an assortment of local and organic produce.
Wagontails - homemade dog biscuits and accessories.
Fresh from the Daniels Farmstead organic garden is a variety of herbs, carrots, kale, curly kale, Red Russian & Dinosaur Swiss Chard, bok choy, lettuce, radishes, cucumber, beets, peppers, zucchini, snap peas, and tomatoes.
Looking for a good recipe?
Try this quick and easy Carrot Salad!
Here is what you'll need:
3 tbsp Mayonnaise
3 tbsp coarse grain Dijon Mustard
3 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
3 tbsp Honey
1 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Black Pepper
6-8 Carrots, shredded
1 Red Apple, cut into matchsticks
1/2 cup Toasted Pecans, chopped
1/2 cup Raisins
2 tbsp Parsley, chopped
In a medium bowl, stir together the mayonnaise, mustard, vinegar, honey, salt, and pepper for the dressing.
Add the carrots, apple, pecans, raisins, and parsley to the dressing mixture; toss together to coat.
Serve immediately, or refrigerate up to 1 day.
The Boston Mycological Club (BMC) will also be hosting a Mushroom Walk in the woods of the Daniels Farmstead beginning at 10:30 am.
This event includes collecting specimens for l.5 hours and then returning to tables at the Daniels Barnyard for display, identification and information. All ages are welcome. Persons interested in attending should be prepared for walking in the woods including closed toed shoes and long pants (familiarize yourself with ticks and poison ivy). If possible, also bring the following items: a sharp knife for cutting specimens off of dead logs and a butter knife or spoon for digging up fungi growing in soil, a basket or paper bag for carrying specimens in, and a magnifying glass or better a jeweler’s loupe. But really the most important thing to bring is curiosity!
Experienced members of the BMC will be there to lead you and help identify the specimens you collect. Person interested in more information about fungi and joining the BMC may visit www.bostonmycologicalclub.org.
Doris’s Kitchen will be open from 11:30 to 2:00, serving up grilled franks, Angus beef burgers, veggie burgers, Italian sausage with peppers & onion, chips, plus an absolutely delicious assortment of baked goods. 100% of proceeds from Doris’s Kitchen go towards the preservation of the historic Daniels Farmstead.
House tours are available this Sunday; donations are appreciated.
Parking is located across the street from Daniels Farmstead.
Daniels Farmstead Foundation’s continuance relies heavily on our amazing volunteers, members, and donors. We always have room for more volunteers and are currently looking to add to our close-knit family. Whether it be working in the garden, selling our beautiful produce, or working in Doris’s Kitchen you can help contribute to the preservation of one of the Blackstone Valley’s historic gems.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We look forward to seeing you this Sunday!