Over the past couple weeks, there have been a few changes: new vendors, new produce, new people. One Sunday morning, my mom and I walked down and found one new vendor, Shenandoah Seasonal. With a new vendor comes new produce … Continue reading
This Sunday two new vendors will be selling at the Westover Farmers Market up on the plaza.
Silver Box Baking offers attractively packaged baked dessert items in stall spot # 9 in the market. (See the market’s virtual map.) Trisha Downes of Silver Box Baking notes “our company focuses on classic recipes using locally sourced farm fresh fruits and vegetables to create an upscale and delicious product line. Products include breakfast breads and muffins, Croustades, Cakes, and cookies.” See some of her fancy baked desserts on their Facebook page.
Fresh Crunch will offer market customers an alternative view of the world of sour. The market’s existing pickled products vendor, No. 1 Sons, has developed a loyal following at Westover. But no two customers have exactly the same sense of taste. Taste Fresh Crunch’s products, and see where your taste buds lead you in the future. These two Northern Virginia pickle vendors are friendly competitors at several larger farmers markets in the Washington metro area. We are pleased to see them engage as well at the Westover Farmers Market. Fresh Crunch can be found at stall spot # 22 on the plaza. You can see more info about their offerings on their website and Facebook page.
A new vendor this week at the market is Michely Almaraz, who does business as El Tenedor de Nacho. He offers tamales and empanadas as well as Latino desserts like tres leches cake and home-made flan. His commercial kitchen is in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and he sells at several farmers markets in the Washington metro area. Michely does catering as well. As he states “We make the most delicious empanadas (chicken, beef, cheese & more) and desserts. Our goal is to provide a unique flavor for all of our customers.” His web site is http://www.eltenedordenacho.com/. Find his delicious foods up on the plaza area of the Westover Farmers Market.