Market – Saturday, May 24

It’s starting again! First market of the 6th Capital City Farmer’s Market season will open at the 9am bell on Saturday morning on the corner of Sioux Avenue and Coteau Street.

Spring has been chilly, thus the ground has been taking its sweet time warming up to temperatures where seeds will germinate. This week and next week will be good for the soil and the seeds. Radishes, which usually love cool weather and germinate quickly, took more than double the time to pop through the top soil. Now, they’re growing and we should have crisp, spicy radishes in a couple weeks. I can’t wait for my first chorizo taco with radishes!

There was an excellent article in the Capital Journal highlighting one of our vendors, Medicine Gardens. If you haven’t had a chance, go online and read about Jesse and Meredith’s quest to locavore heaven. My favorite part of the article was the end. “And the reason to be a locavore, Jesse Wilkens said, is as simple as the first ripe tomato of the season. ‘For me, it’s the same as catching a walleye and bringing it home for dinner,’ Wilkens said. ‘It’s as good as it gets.’“

And that’s the spirit we bring to market every Saturday. Each of us eats what we grow/bake. We use what we create. The market allows us to share some of our lives with you. And, allows you to be a part of ours. Your quest to locavore heaven can be as big or small as you make it. But the point is to make it, even if it’s a little step each season. Each piece you add is another step toward a healthier you and a healthier planet.

We hope to see you Saturday!

This week’s vendors: B and G Produce, Bad River Bread (so good to have you back, Patti!), Bad River Pack, Beth Flom, Hanisch Farms, Medicine Gardens, Reiner Honey, Ripley Farms

Baked Goods

  • Cookies
    • Dark Chocolate Pistachio Sea Salt (B and G Produce)
    • Chocolate Chip (Medicine Gardens)
    • Oatmeal Raisin (Medicine Gardens)
  • Fig & Fennel Baguette (B and G Produce)
  • Muffins (Bad River Bread)
  • Rustic Bread (B and G Produce)
    • 5 Seed
    • Pepper Jack 

Creative Items (B and G Produce)

  • Recycled Wine Cork Garden Markers
  • Tea Cup Bird Feeders

Farm Fresh Eggs (Hanisch Farms) 

Good for Your Body (Medicine Gardens)

  • Lip Balm
    • Chocolate Mint
    • Mint
    • Strawberry
    • Unscented
    • Unscented with Sunblock
  • Lotion Bars
    • Bug Bar
    • Cedarwood
    • Grapefruit
    • Orange
    • Rosemary Mint
    • Unscented
  • Soap
    • Citrus
    • Coffee
    • Gardener’s Scrub
    • Grapefruit
    • Lavender
    • Oatmeal
    • Rosemary Mint
    • Tea Tree 

Honey (Reiner Honey) 

Mandan Bride Corn Flour (Medicine Gardens) 


  • Beef (Hanisch Farms)
  • Beef Jerky (Bad River Pack)
  • Chicken (Hanisch Farms)
  • Goat (Hanisch Farms)
  • Lamb (Hanisch Farms)
  • Pemmican (Bad River Pack)
  • Pork (Hanisch Farms)
  • Snack Sticks (Bad River Pack)
  • Summer Sausage (Bad River Pack)

Produce (B and G Produce)

Seedlings (Beth Flom and Ripley Farms)

  • Also, Julie Bolding will have some unusual tomato seedlings. She won’t have a table set up, but she will be at market most of the day. If you are interested, ask a vendor to point you in Julie’s direction. The tomato seedlings she’ll have will be: Principe Borghese Grape Tomatoes (Italian heirloom for drying), Jaune Flamme (and orange-yellow French heirloom with the distinguished honor as a Martha Steward taste test winner), Wapsipinicon Peach (heirloom originating from Iowa)

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Where?            Free Parking lot on Sioux Avenue and Coteau Street

When?             9am-noon

Why?               Because local food is good for your soul!

If you know anyone interested in selling produce, baked goods, meat/poultry, eggs, or craft items, please have them visit our blog at, call or email Julie Bolding at 224.4348 or

See you Saturday!

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