Vendor Roster -- October 21, 2018

Vendor Roster — October 21, 2018

Vendor Highlights

There are so many kinds of squash at the market these days! There is nothing better on a cold day than some roasted squash with just salt and pepper! Here are some other ways to add MFM squash into your menu:

> Butternut’s rich orange flesh is delicious in  soups, risotto, gnocchi and ravioli.

> Kabocha is extra sweet, dense, and nutty. It is good roasted or in pies.

> If you are avoiding gluten, spaghetti squash is pretty dang wonderful with tomato sauce and parm.

> Acorn squash has a milder flavor. Bake it and scoop out the seeds. Add just a bit of butter, then crumble some feta over all. Crack some black pepper on top and serve with a leafy green salad for an light but warming autumn supper.

> Sugar Pumpkins are perfect for pies, but they are also wonderful roasted or in soups.

> Delicata is soft, creamy, and cooks more quickly than other squashes. You can eat the skin!

> Blue Hubbard is large, blue-gray, and lumpy. But inside is beautiful orange flesh that is sweet and rich and perfect in pies.

Baird Family Orchards has organic Honeycrisp apples, organic Crimson Topaz apples, fresh apple cider made from 100% apples, and peach and apricot jams. Kiyakowa has many varieties of pears and apples, plums, pluots, and grapes.

Fiddlehead Farms grows high quality, sustainably produced vegetables in beautiful Corbett. Denison farms out of Corvallis They have squash, eggplants, shallots, cabbage, carrots, garlic and basil. Denison Farm out of Corvallis has arugula, all kinds of potatoes, ginger, turmeric, squash, herbs, and sweet, sweet grapes.

Have you been missing that delicious Aviv vegan ice cream since the cooler weather arrived? Aviv currently has an Indiegogo campaign to fund a plant-based ice cream shop in Portland. Find more information here.

Looking for  a warm, delicious drink at the market? Champurado season has began! Warm up with this delicious treat at Mixteca!

Spice of Africa will have their crispy fresh Veggie Curry and Turkey Samosas. Did you know these amazing chefs also offer catering and East African cooking classes? Spice of Africa is working hard to open a brick & mortar restaurant. If you want to eat those delicious samosas year round, consider making a donation!

And as always, visit Sunrise Family Farm and Chang’s Fresh Cut Flowers for the most sumptuous and reasonably priced bouquets in town.

For last minute changes, check our Vendor Roster!

Great news! Our Winter Markets are now going to be open from 10am – 2 pm! Mark your calendars, so you can be sure and stock up on fresh local goodness all winter long. Dates are Nov. 18 & Dec. 23, 2018,  and Jan. 13 & Feb. 10, 2019.

See you at the market!

Montavilla Farmers Market vendors take pride in providing a unique, high-quality product that is grown, raised, harvested, gathered or produced locally for our community. Come enjoy Oregon’s and Washington’s bounty of fresh, local produce and fruit, baked goods, natural meats, flowers & garden starts, local cheese, wine, preserves, eggs, and more.

Is your favorite farmer or producer missing from our lineup? Tell them you’d love to see them at Montavilla and to apply to be a vendor. We are still accepting applications for 2018. Check back often to see who’s coming!

Farmers & Orchardists

Flower & Starts Growers

Grains & Beans

Fishers & Ranchers

(M)eat, (F)ish, (D)airy, (E)ggs


Bakers & Confectionists

Processors & Preservers

Brewers, Distillers, & Vintners


Culinary Services

Vendors who are done for the season

We miss you!