We're all getting into the spring spirit and it ocured to us that it's been a little while since we mentioned the market at Habersham.
The every-Friday market is, of course, on for today, March 9, fro 4 to 7 p.m. with produce, vendors, music, and more.
"We are continuing to see some great additions to our farmers market and Nick Pfeifer is the latest addition who will be selling his Kettle Korn made on the spot," the market wrote on their website. "Also pick up local oysters, fresh roasted coffee, produce, desserts and more. Enjoy live music provided by guitarist Kim Merrill and then grab dinner at one of the Marketplace restaurants."
Below are a full list of what the Habersham farmers market vendros are sellgin.
- If you can't make it out today, don't forget that Port Royal hosts a market on Saturdays.
Brant Family Farms: The Brants farm all naturally and always have a beautiful assortment of produce. Leafy greens, carrots, radishes, lettuce and more.
Cori's Pierogi Hut: Cori has created a buzz selling her homemade pierogies to take home and have for dinner! Don't know what a pierogi is? Well, come find out!
MiBek Farms: Michael will be here this week with his pasture-raised beef rich in Omega-3's. He has ground beef, steaks, brats, hot dogs and more.
Ladys Island Oyster Farm: Frank Roberts is selling his local oysters at the market. Each week, he'll have singles and clusters. Take some home or eat them raw on the spot! Check out the story in the Lowcountry Weekly on Frank!
BabyCakes: Bernie is back with us this week with her homemade, individual sized cheesecakes. Very unique and creative flavors. Try a sample!
Cup-to-Cup Coffee Roasters: It is really a rare treat to have locally roasted coffee available at a farmers market. Fresh roasted coffee has an amazing flavor! Buy a cup of hot coffee at the market!
SweetCakes: Laurel Goodman has pies made with many local ingredients (buttermilk, sweet potato, apple and pecan), mini poundcakes, and sour cream twists. Her pies have been featured in Southern Living Magazine!
Anita Louis Cox: Anita sells her local honey as well as goat and feta cheeses from Split Creek Farms. She also has tea and homemade veggie burgers!
Miss Jannie's Breads: Jannie is here this week with all her delicious breads, cupcakes, and cake slices.
Fred's Alaskan Seafood: Steve Sturrman is an Alaskan fisherman spending time down here this winter and he has brought some of the fish that he has caught with him to sell. Even though Salmon is not local to Beaufort, we are allowing him to sell because it is a locally sourced product that is being sold by the actual fisherman. This is a special treat!
Eileen's Crepes: Crepes are reappearing at the Habersham Farmers Market!! They are always a huge favorite! Welcome Eileen this week because she will become your new best friend!
Kettle Korn: Nick and Gerry Pfiefer make Kettle Korn on the spot and provide this delicious afternoon snack to anybody who wants it! Find them by the Pirate Ship.
Fusion Bath and Body: Renee Hurt makes all types of nice soaps, lotions, cremes and more. She'll have some samples for you to try and can tell you about what each one is for.
Walnut Hill Acres: Phyllis will be here this week with eggs and some grapefruit.
Southern Spinners: Gordon and Lin are great treats to have at the market. They make beautiful hand-spun yarns that you can buy and watch them make at the market. They also sell some of their knitted works.
Delilah's Plants: Delilah has a great selection of a variety of live plants for your garden. She can also tell you how to care for the plants you buy.