From the Historic Lewes Farmer’s Market

by Dave on July 16, 2009

Hello to all friends of the
Historic Lewes Farmers Market
What’s at Market, July 18, 2009, 8am-12pm

Slow Food USA’s Time for Lunch Campaign
This Fall, Congress debates the Child Nutrition Act. This is the law that determines what kind of food kids eat at school. We would like to see schools get the resources to serve real food so that our children grow up healthy. Slow Food USA is launching a national campaign to reach out to every legislator, school and PTA group to spread the message that children who grow up enjoying food that is both delicious and nutritious learn healthy eating habits that last throughout their lives. Slow Food is organizing a National Eat-In for Labor Day, September 7, 2009. On that day, people across America will gather with their neighbors for public potlucks to help send out the message that it is time to provide our children real food at school. Slow Food USA is looking for organizers to help with this important project. If you’re interested in getting involved, go to Time for Lunch. Watch this newsletter for more information about the potlucks in our area.
Call for Entries-Great Tomato Recipe Contest!

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From Cosmonaut Volkovs to Tigerella Heirlooms, ripe and juicy tomatoes are now arriving at the Market. This year we are holding our THIRD ANNUAL TOMATO FESTIVAL on Saturday, August 8 at the Market from 8am to 12pm.
This is the OFFICIAL CALL FOR RECIPES for the Great Tomato Recipe Contest to be held that day. There will be ribbons, prizes, and glory galore for the winners.

First Place is a $100 gift certificate to the Market.
Second Place wins a Tomato-Red Metro Insulated-Collapsible Market Basket filled with produce.
Third Place wins an HLFM market bag filled with cookbooks.

There are four categories in the contest this year: Appetizers, Soups, Entrees, and Desserts. You must pick a category to enter your dish. First and Second Place Ribbons will be given in each category.

Judging: There will be five judges who will use the following three criteria and associated points to choose the winners:

Overall Taste: 1-5 points
Use of Fresh Market Ingredients: 1-3 points
Tomato as Star Ingredient: 1-2 points

To enter the contest you must fill in the application found at the bottom of this newsletter and snail mail or email it back to us to arrive no later than August 5. You must bring the dish to the Market no later than 9am. Judging takes place between 10 and 11am. Good luck!
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2009 Bike
Bicycle Give Away
Here is your second chance this year to enter the drawing for the 2009 Official Historic Lewes Farmers Market Phat Sea Breeze Cruiser. It is Vintage Green (of course), and has a Phat Custom Dual Spring Cruiser Saddle, barefoot cruiser pedals, a market basket up front, and a bell to announce your arrival. We envy the winner already. We give away a bicycle every year to encourage all of you who are able, to get out of your cars and bike (or walk) to the market. In order to enter the contest this year all you need to do is fill out a short (and it is short) questionnaire answering how you heard about the Market. You can enter every Saturday you come to the market, so come often and your chances of winning get better.
Market Terms-It’s all in the definition!
Conventional farming draws its meaning from the contrast to alternative methods of farming, such as organic, certified natural and even genetic engineering. Conventional farming dominated the 20th century, and is still dominant today. Chemical fertilizers and chemical
plant protectants
are common; however, IPM (Integrated Pest Management) is part of conventional farming. IPM applies principles of organic farming and so the definition of a conventional farmer will vary from farmer to farmer.

The HLFM always encourages conventional farmers to turn to more sustainable methods of production such as IPM, and by shopping at a farmers market, the customer has an opportunity to both know the farmer and ask about each farmer’s growing practices.
The Contests
Localharvest.org AND American Farmland Trust are sponsoring favorite farmers market contests this season. We would appreciate it if you voted in both for the HLFM. Here’s how to cast your votes:
The Localharvest.org contest has a $5,000 cash prize. They also are giving the top ten recruiters (those who get others to vote) $50 in cash. Each week a random market wins $250. Please help the Market win by going to www.care2.com/farmersmarket and place your vote for the Historic Lewes Farmers Market today.
The American Farmland Trust contest is called America’s Favorite Farmers Market Contest. In this contest one large, medium, and small farmers market will win the title of America’s Favorite Farmers Market in 2009. Please go to America’s Favorite Farmers Market Contest (you will need our zip code to vote-19958) and vote for the Historic Lewes Farmers Market. Thanks for your votes!
dogAbout those dogs we love so much. We really do want to welcome dogs at our market, but we are aware that some dogs do not like to be in crowds or are not people or dog friendly. If this describes your pet (and we know its the “other dog”), we ask you to leave him or her at home. If you bring your dog, please watch him/her carefully, and have the dog under control at all times on a short leash so that we do not have to ask you to leave the market with your pet.
What’s at Market This Saturday
The very popular Children’s Reading Program at the Market takes place 9-10 am every Saturday at the School House at the Lewes Historical Society Complex. Maureen Miller, Children’s Librarian from our very own Lewes Public Library, reads the stories and interacts with the kids to plant seeds, make flowers out of tissue paper and pipe cleaners, and do lots of other fun projects. For ages 3 to 8, but all children are welcome and encouraged to attend with their parents. Each week a special book is chosen to reflect the themes of growth, change and healthy eating. This week the featured book is Muncha, Muncha, Muncha by Candace Fleming

Demonstrations:
Our first demonstration at 9 am will feature local chef/owner Richard Steele of Café Azafran. Richard will prepare one of his popular signature dishes. Café Azafran has received three Delaware Today “Best of Delaware” Critics Choice awards since it opened in 2002. Café Azafran continues to be one of the most popular eating and meeting spots for folks in Lewes and surrounding beach communities. Richard brings 20 years of restaurant experience to the table, specializing in Mediterranean cuisine with a Spanish influence.

Saturday at 10:00 am, local brewer Sam Calagione will give a talk on brewing beers with exotic ingredients and sampling a variety of Dogfish Head Beers and Ales. When Sam opened Dogfish Head in 1995 it was the smallest commercial brewery in America making 10 gallons of beer at a time. Today Dogfish Head is among the fastest growing breweries in the country. Dogfish Head has focused on brewing stronger, more exotic beers since the day it opened as the motto “Off-centered ales for off-centered people” attests to.
Vendors:
Arlington’s Natural Meats: Great tasting, all natural beef and pork products are from animals born and raised on their farm, grain-finished and dry aged. Feed is forage-based with no antibiotics and no metabolic enhancers.
BEEF: Steaks-filet, Delmonico, porterhouse, New York strip, t-bone, sirloin, flank, chopped steak. Roasts-rump, round top or bottom, eye, sirloin tip, chuck. Other beef: London broil, oxtail, brisket, smoked tongue, short ribs, beef cubes, shin meat, beef liver, soup bones, sandwich steaks, beef patties, ground beef.
PORK: pork tenderloin, boneless pork chops, center cut pork chops, boneless pork loin roast, baby back ribs, spare ribs, smoked bacon, smoked center-cut ham slice, smoked ham roast, Boston butt, scrapple, various pork sausages.
Please note that Arlington’s will be at the Market the first and third Saturday of every month.

Backyard Jams & Jellies: Krista will be bringing her new batch of Bread-and-Butter Pickles made with cucumbers from her own backyard (2008 First Premium at the Delaware State Fair). New flavors this week–Blackberry Jelly and Peach Raspberry and Pear Raspberry Jam! Pear Jam, Raspberry Jam and Jelly, Fresh Blueberry Jam and Blackberry Jam. Strawberry Jam and Jelly, Strawberry Rhubarb Jam, as well as her usual assortment of soft spreads. The No Sugar Jams are: Strawberry, Blueberry, Mixed Berry and Peach. Country Apricot Mustard, Champagne Mustard and Tomato Chutney will also be available. Backyard Jams was the winner of Best in State for Softspreads (Jellies and Jams), and seven First Place Ribbons at the 2008 Delaware State Fair. Great hostess gifts.

Baues’ Busy Bees: Not at Market this Saturday.

Bella’s Cookies: This week at the Market it’s all about cookies. Bella’s Cookies specializes in treats with no trans fats, no hydrogenated oils, no artificial colors or flavors, no high fructose corn syrup, no refined sugars and no preservatives. Some of Bella’s favorites are Champion Chunk (Chocolate Chunk), Yin Yang (Salty Oatmeal), All American Oatmeal Raisin, Peanut Butter Power, Groovy Granola (Orange Cranberry Granola), Sun Dollar (Lemon Sugar), and more. There are also cookies available for those that have special dietary restrictions or follow special diets, i.e. gluten-free or vegan. There are gluten-free chocolate chunk cookies, oatmeal cranberry cookies, coconut macaroons, ginger snaps and brownies. In vegan cookies, you’ll find Sandy Beach (coconut sugar), Raisin Spice (breakfast cookie), Pumpkin Cranberry (breakfast cookie), Lemon Blueberry (breakfast cookie). Also new this year is a line of cookies that are suitable for diabetics or those simply wanting to watch their sugar intake. These include agave sweetened oatmeal raisin cookies and butter pecan cookies. Bella’s also brings specialty baked goods to the market each Saturday. Look for items like cupcakes, cakes, coffee cakes, and more.
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Bennett Orchards: Limited quantity of Redhaven freestone peaches. This is the first freestone peach of the season and is excellent and great tasting. Please note that if you want Bennett peaches, show up early as they were also affected by the late frost and have a limited supply of peaches.

Cakewalk Confections: Quiches: Everything’s Better with Bacon (bacon, caramelized onions and Gruyere); Spanakopita (spinach, Feta and pinenuts); Provence (roasted red ell peppers, pesto and goat cheese. These are great for breakfast or lunch, warm or eaten out of hand.–they go fast, so come early to Market if you want them. Due to customer requests they will have a few large ones. If you would like to reserve a larger quiche please call 202-251-8789. They will also have scones, both sweet and savory–Cherry and Chocolate, and Bacon and Cheddar with Scallions. Peaches from Bennett Farms will be transformed into yummy cobblers. New for this week–Cherry Clafouti. This is a traditional French dessert, something in between a souffle and creme brulee. They will also have their Salty Oaties, and new Chocolate Salty Oaties.

Calliope Organic Farm: Naturally certified vendor. Minnesota Midget Melons. Imperial Star Artichokes. Celery. Cherokee Purple, Blondkopfchen, and Green Zebra Heirloom Tomatoes. Roma Tomatoes (great for sauce). New Girl Tomatoes. Washington Cherry Tomatoes. Red Noodle Yard Long Beans. Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans. Carson Yellow Wax Beans. Early Wonder Tall Top Beets. Heirloom Lemon and Marketmore Cucumbers. Cheriette Radishes. Hakurei Salad Turnips. Green Bell Peppers. Early Jersey Wakefield and Famosa Savoy Cabbage. Bright Lights and Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard. Arugula. Lettuce and Salad Mix. De Cicco Broccolini. Deep Purple and White Spear Scallions. Summer squash and zucchini-Raven, Zephyr, Sunburst, Patty Green Tint Patty Pan, and Magda. Flat Leaf and Curly Leaf Parsley. Basil. Cilantro. Sunflowers.

Chapel’s Country Creamery: Chapel’s produces artisanal cheeses made with milk from their herd of Jersey and Holstein cows. All of the milk is free of synthetic hormones, antibiotics and chemical compounds. They have a wonderful Chapelle Cave-Aged Cheese. This cheese is drained naturally overnight, then placed in the cave to age naturally for at least two months. They also have a new Alpine-style cheese called Woodland-very delicate with a great flavor. Other cheeses from Chapel’s: Garlic and Chive Cheddar, and Crab Spice Cheddar.

Chesapeake Bay Farm: Fresh local cow’s milk gourmet cheeses including a fabulous Gouda. Gourmet ice cream (hand-dipped cones and pints-flavors have included Chocolate Peanut, Caramel, Cherry Vanilla, Peach, and Vanilla), and to die for Churned butter-salted and unsalted. Homemade truffles. All products are made from milk with no added hormones from grass fed cows from Worcester County’s only dairy farm.

Cleckner Farm: Fresh, free range eggs and all natural (no antibiotics, growth stimulants, animal proteins, etc.) and USDA inspected chicken broilers. The broilers are large roasters weighing between 5 and 8 lbs-perfect for a large family or small dinner party. The free-range brown eggs will be available in a number of sizes, and in ½ and whole dozen packages.

Community Organics: Shallots. Sweet Peppers. Four varieties of Garlic-Music, German Hardy, California White, and Elephant. Eggplant: Swallow, Ping Tung Long, Thai Long Green, Apple Green and Rosa Bianca. Cherry Tomatoes-Sungold, Black Cherry, Dr. Carolyn, White Cherry, and Sweet Chelsea. Heirloom Tomatoes-Pruden’s Purple, Black Kim, Stupice, Brandywine, Ida Gold, Cosmonaut Volkov, and Glacier. Mixed hybrid tomatoes for slicing. Lemon, Marketmore, Suhyo Long (very sweet, mild, and burpless), and Boothby’s Blonde Cucumbers (creamy yellow, sweet and crunchy). Mixed bunches of carrots including following varieties: Chantenay Red Core (sweet French heirloom), Yellowstone, White Satin, Atomic Red, Danvers 126, and Purple Haze. Young summer squashes: Costata Romanesca, Sunburst Patty Pan, Golden Zucchini, Zucchini, Eight Ball (great for stuffing and grilling). New potatoes: Purple Majesty and Mountain Rose. Community Organics is known for their hot peppers. Here are varieties for this week: Jalapeno, Hot Portugal, Bulgarian Carrot, Padron, Hungarian Wax, and Czech Black.

Davidson Exotic Mushrooms: Portabellas, Shiitake, Crimini, and Oyster mushrooms, as well as mixes of all three or mixes of Shiitake and Crimini. They will offer samples of grilled portabellas (as long as they last), and will feature a sample mushroom dish with recipe each week.

Deep Grass Organic: USDA Certified Organic. Seedless Watermelons. Cantaloupes. Early Girl Tomatoes. Radishes. Lettuce. Cucumbers. Green and yellow squash. Herbal rubs for braising, marinating, and grilling. Red Raspberry Vinegar, Chive Blossom Vinegar, and other herbal vinegars.

Down to Earth Organic Farm: USDA Certified Organic. Lima Beans. Yellow Wax Beans. Green Beans. Scallions. Cucumbers. Yellow Crookneck Squash and zucchini. Swiss Chard. Down to Earth does not use any pesticides, and only uses fish emulsion, compost, and compost tea to fertilize-no animal by-products are used.

Eggs of a Feather: Bill will have plenty of his colorful free range farmstead chicken eggs from rare and heritage chicken breeds. Guest chicken will be a very small black Silkie hen (an Asian breed) named Betty Boop. She very recently finished hatching and raising some guineas. Now she’s heady to “have a life” and will make her debut at the Market this Saturday.

Ficner’s Farm: Early season white sweet corn. Early Girl Tomatoes.Blueberries. Long tender green and yellow string beans, Yellow squash. Zucchini. Kirby cucumbers. Long green cucumbers. Swiss chard. Purple and green basil plants. Beautiful Zinnia bouquets. Flat and curly parsley plants. Honey from the farm.

Fifer Orchards: Cherries-both sweet and tart varieties. Red Peaches: Early Red Haven. White Peaches: Early White Giant and Do-nut.white peaches. Nectarines. Sweet Corn: Butter and Sugar bi-color and White Saturn. Jaclyn and Kiwigold raspberries. Bluecrop and Jersey blueberries. Tomatoes: Lady Lucille, Sunshine, and Applause. Tender green beans. Crisp heads of cabbage-red and green. Yellow and green squash. Pickling cukes. A variety of cut flowers (Sunflowers, Asters, Zinnias, and many more). Honey.

Freeman Farms: Sweet Corn. Tomatoes. Small Eggplant.

Good Earth Market and Organic Farm: USDA Certified Organic. Blueberries. Squash. Heirloom Tomatoes: Yellow Pear, Moretons, Ramapo, Yellow Perfections, and Brandywines. Cucumbers. Cut flowers in jars (lovely country bouquet). French breakfast radishes. Eggplants. Snappy Jacks Pepper Relish.

Greenbranch Farm: USDA Certified Organic. Jade Green Beans (young, crisp, and sweet). Carson Wax Beans. Cherry Tomatoes: Sungold and Washington Cherry. Heirloom Tomatoes: Brandywine, Cherokee Purple, Golden Sunray, Green Zebra, Plum, and Tigerella. Cylindrica Beets. Custom Leaf Lettuce Mix. Rainbow Swiss Chard. Raven Zucchini. Yellow, Yellow Crookneck, Geode and Zephyr Squash. Colorado Rose, Peruvian Purple, Butterball, Tom Thumb, and Russian Banana new potatoes.

Hattie’s Garden: Hattie has lots of beautiful new baby arugula again this week as well as mesclun and Jericho Romaine young head lettuce. The Patty Pan Squash is still on the menu with lots of great recipe ideas and try a couple new recipes for Hattie’s beautiful Sage leaves, such as batter-dipped and fried or a Sage and Butter sauce for pasta. The basil is finally in abundance and Hattie will have lots of large bunches as well as smaller amounts bagged for those of you just needing a bit to go with those fresh tomatoes that are coming into season. Hattie has mixed pints of red and orange grape tomatoes and a few pints of the delicious SunGold cherry tomatoes. If you are very early, you may luck out and grab a pint of blackberries. In addition to the usual array of fresh herbs, Hattie has cilantro and dill this week. For plants, look for basil, flat parsley, cilantro, rosemary and tarragon.No synthetic fertilizers or pesticides used.

Jimmy Lynn’s Seafood: Steamed crabs. Softshell crabs. Fresh crab meat. Shrimp salad. Lobster salad. Coleslaw. Crabcake sandwiches. Local fish in season: flounder, tuna, swordfish, clams, scallops.

Kalmar Farm: Sweet corn. Tomatoes. Cantaloupes. Cucumbers. Red and Yukon Gold potatoes. Zucchini. Green Beans. Wax Beans. Yellow squash. Bell Peppers. Fresh eggs.

Kogler’s Old World Breads: Handcrafted and baked in an artisan bakery in Ellendale, DE. Beginning with the finest ingredients: King Arthur Flour, filtered water, yeast and salt. Each item is hand formed to create the delicate textures, flavors, and golden crust reminiscent of European breads. There will be French baguettes, sourdough loaves, Italian loaves, country loaves, brioche hamburger buns, Focaccia, rye boule, cinnamon loaves and cinnamon shorties (a real treat with quite a dedicated following).

Lavender Fields: Everything lavender can be found here. Lavender soap is back in stock, as well as Bug Away. Regular lavender products include preserves, jams and jellies (including Strawberry Lavender Marguerita Preserves and Blueberry Preserves). Herbs de Provence, lavender infused honey, culinary lavender, lavender and rose tea, and lavender bath and body products.

Lucky Penny Produce & Flowers: Don’t miss the Edamame at Lucky Penny this Saturday. Edamame is a soybean harvested at the peak of ripening right before it reaches the “hardening time.” It is filled with protein, and can be enjoyed as a snack. Just lightly boil them in salted water, and then eat the seeds squeezed from the pods. Lucky Penny is also bringing their beautiful cans of summer flowers and bouquets. Summer flowers include Rudbeckia, Snapdragons, beautiful Sunflowers, Zinnias, Amaranthus, Ageratum, and Asparagus Fern. Flowers will be available in vase/cans, bouquets and individual stem. The flowers come with flower food to extend their beauty.

Magee Farms: Early Bush and Celebrity Tomatoes. Sweet Ice sweet corn. Aristotle Bell Peppers. Sunray Squash. Spineless Beauty Zucchini. Bronco Green Beans. Assorted herbs. Tumbling Tom Tomato Planters-red and yellow. Perennials.

Nancy’s Fine Foods: This week marks the arrival of Nancy’s fresh made tomato sauces, perfect for summer pasta dishes. This week she will have Vodka sauce, rich with the fresh flavor of tomatoes, olive oil, Romano and Parmesan cheeses. Also new this week, and continuing through the remainder of the summer, are fresh Mozzarella balls that are perfect for summer meals and complement any tomato and basil dish. Yogurt Lemon Pound Cake and Yogurt Superfruit Pound Cake. (Each week a new fruit flavored pound cake will be featured). Sfogliatelle-an Italian ricotta filled, fan-shaped pastry-warning, these go fast! Coconut macaroons-plain and chocolate dipped. Chicken Walnut Grape Salad and Greek Quinoa Salad.

Olivia’s Bread’s & Alden’s Dessert’s: The breads and other baked goods that Olivia’s brings are made with organic flours that are unbleached and unbromated. They also use natural and organic produce from local farmers and businesses. They believe in using green products and supporting Fair Trade producers. They are known for working with those who have special dietary restrictions or food allergies. To celebrate their new son’s arrival, they have named their dessert line after him-Alden’s Dessert’s. Call ahead if you have a special order for market pick-up: 302-424-4395. Each Saturday, they will bring specialty items. Customer requested treats and delights will be at the market this weekend, and Olivia’s enjoys getting special requests and bringing them to market.

Pasqualini’s Bakery: Bear claws, strudels, Italian bread, cinnamon buns, cookies, fruit pies, muffins, croissants, and more.

Rainbow Farm: Lilies in all shapes and colors–Oriental, Asiatic, and LA hybrids. Colors are pink, red, yellow, two-tone, and orange. Some have fragrance, and some not. Lilies are available as cut-flowers and in bouquets. They are florist quality, and bouquets will last at least a week, and maybe more. If you bring your favorite vase, they will fill it for you, or you can purchase lily plants that they dig up right there at the Market for you to take home and plant. Great bouquets for summer parties and hostess gifts.

Rainbow Java: Organic, fair-trade coffee, roasted locally. Bolivian Primera Extra (medium roast). Bolivian Cumbre Premium AAA (dark roast). Ethiopian Yirgacheffe (medium roast-drank a cup this morning-excellent taste). Peruvian (medium roast). Sumatra (dark roast). Swiss Water Process Decaf South American Blend (medium roast). Available by the pound. Also, you can purchase a cup of her wonderful coffee, freshly brewed, at the market.

Seaberry Farm: Gorgeous summer cut-flower bouquets including sunflowers. Specialty melons.

Surf Bagel: The best bagels south of Brooklyn hot from the oven! Grab a bagel and a coffee and tour the Market. Bagels are available at the HLFM Table. Six varieties-plain, sesame, cinnamon-raisin, poppy, multi-grain, and everything.

Sussex Consortium: No report on what they’re bringing.

(Please note that Fischers’ Farm will be at market when their produce is in season. Paradise Orchards will not be at the Market this year as they lost their peach flowers in a storm.)

Please Put on Your Calendar:
July 21, 2009
Lewes Summer Concert Series at Stango Park, 111 Adams Ave., Lewes, DE, features the Copper Sky at 7pm. (You can pick up a refrigerator magnet with all of the concert dates at the Lewes Chamber.)

Market Bag

The Official Historic Lewes Farmers Market Tote for 2009

Our official HLFM 2009 Market Tote is a Therm-O-Tote–a sturdy tote with an insulated inside to keep produce cool while you shop. There is a zipper closure, dual reinforced 20″ carrying handles, and plastic bottom insert. Measuring 13″w x 10 x 15″h, this earth-friendly bag contains 20% post-industrial recycled content and is reusable. The HLFM store poster graphic appears on one side of the tote with the logo: Historic Lewes Farmers Market-Where Being Fresh is Socially Acceptable. How can you resist? You can get one, two, or more at the HLFM table for a $10 donation to the Market, and be stylin’ for the whole summer.
The Book Table at the Market
We have an entire table at the Market devoted to great reading about sustainable and organic farming, preserving fruits and vegetables, gardening, and more. If you want a great cookbook, copies of Michael Pollan’s books or books for your kids to teach them about preserving our natural resources, then you need to check out the table. All the books are donated to the HLFM, and we sell them at bargain prices so that we can spread the word about eating locally, making Delaware farmland more sustainable, and much more. Check it out.
Goodbye Bottled Water: We do not sell bottled water at the Market. Instead, we provide cold, local water from a jug at the HLFM table, so you can refill your own water bottle at our table. We also have paper cups available.

Did you know that the Historic Lewes Farmers Market has a bookshelf at the Lewes Public Library? You will find all of the books on eating well locally and sustainability that we feature on our website, plus many other titles related to these issues on the HLFM shelf. We donate new titles as we find them. If you have a suggestion for a title related to the HLFM mission to educate the public about sustainable food systems that are environmentally sound, economically viable, and socially responsible, please send the information our way by emailing us: historiclewesfarmersmarket@comcast.net.
Entry Form for Great Tomato Recipe Contest

Rules:
There are four categories in the contest this year:
Appetizers, Soups, Entrees, Desserts
You must pick a category to enter your dish.

First and Second Place Ribbons will be given in each category.
The First and Second Place Winners in the four categories will then be judged for the 3 Grand Prizes.
Judging:
There will be five judges who use the following three criteria and associated points to choose the winners:
Overall Taste: 1-5 points
Use of Fresh Market Ingredients: 1-3 points
Tomato as Star Ingredient: 1-2 points

To enter the Tomato Recipe Contest, please either email the following information to the HLFM historiclewesfarmersmarket@comcast.net or mail the information to the HLFM, PO Box 185, Nassau, DE 19969. (If you would like, we can email you a “fillable” pdf for you to complete and email back to us. Just email us at historiclewesfarmersmarket@comcast.net and we will send the form to you.) We must receive the information by August 5. You will then need to bring your prepared recipe that will serve 5 judges to the HLFM table at the market on August 8 by 9am. Judging takes place between 10am and 11am, and the winners will be announced shortly thereafter.
Name:______________________________________________________________
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Recipe Name: ________________________________________________________

Category (please check one)

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Recipe:
Please give us your tomato recipe below with ingredients and instructions:

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