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Farmer's Market Coop of East Liberty Update

Posted 1/31/2013 8:19pm by Val Kennedy.

Update for Saturday, February 2nd

It's hard to believe that it's already February.  I guess the good news is that we are one month closer to spring and the plating of new growing season.

Please see below for an update.

See you at the market- David Lagnese

The Update....

J.L Kennedy Meat Stand

Special items for this week....


- BEEF ROASTS = eye of round, sirloin tip, shoulder/arm roast, rolled rump, London broil

**please call and specify size

**please keep all calls to our farm between 9am-9pm mon-thurs and 9am-6pm on Fridays...

**we'll start taking orders for GOAT at the stand this Saturday and on phone starting Monday at 9am. pick up for NEXT Saturday, Feb. 9th. LOIN CHOPS,SHOULDER ROASTS, STEW MEAT,GROUND MEAT, WHOLE SHANKS OR CUT PIECES...Follows our lamb pricing

The number at the farm is 724-898-2316.

Greenawalt Farm

Greenawalt's offerings will be similar to last week with local Amish grown items such as potatoes (sweet, yukon gold and white), onions, turnips, winter squash and cabbage. 

They also have shipped-in items including spinach, lettuce, cauliflower, broccoli, tomatoes, pears, grapes and bananas.

An interesting new item is locally milled grains from Stanton Milling Company in New Stanton, PA.  Stanton Milling has been in operation since 1858.  They offer several products:

- Buckweat flour
- Buckweat pancake mix
- Corn meal
- Pancake mix

For more information:

Greenawalt's always have fresh local eggs and many types of Amish canned items and dried beans.  

Kistaco Farm

Apples- Kistaco still has a variety of apples grown on their farm.  Yes, this means locally grown apples that are carefully stored at just the right temperature to keep them fresh.  Varieties still available are Fuji, Stayman, Winesap, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, MatsuCrispin, Idared, Rome and Jonagold.

Cider- they are still pressing it- fresh every week- the best in Pittsburgh.

They will have a variety of shipped-in vegetables.

Prepared items include fresh donuts.

Fresh baked bread from Wood Street Bread Company is always available.  They pick it up from the bakery real early in the morning so you don't have to.

Zang's Greenhouse...Locally grown items this week include, micro greens, micro arugula, mixed small head lettuce, rutabaga, beets, winter squash, onions, celery root, parsnips, mushrooms, shallots, white and red potatoes, and sweet potatoes.

Non-local items include spinach and swiss chard, eggplants, peppers, asparagus, garlic, onions, green beans, and several varieties of tomatoes.  An interesting Florida citrus item is honey bell oranges.  They are very sweet and juicy.

In the flower department- Rick will have hyacinth, tulips and amaryllis.

Kew Park Coffee Bar- Check out our newly chalked signage!  We have a fresh batch of beans that were roasted by Commonplace Coffee Roasters.  Also, will have fresh squeezed tangerine, orange and tangelo juices.

PA Made Cheese-   We have  a new batch of Mushroom-Leek cheese from Common Folk Organics in Lancaster County.  This is a very unique cheese, and we have not had it in quite a while.  We also have a fresh batch of chevre and feta from Riverview Dairy.

In case you missed it, check out two articles about local cheese that appeared recently in the Pittsburgh-Post Gazette. Thanks again to Virginia Phillips and the PG staff for supporting local food.

California Connection- We a full range of organic and biodynamically grown dried fruit and nuts including- apricots, nectarines, pears, plums, and persimmons.  Nut wise- walnuts, almonds and pistachios.  We got a fresh batch of organic pistachios this week.

On the olive oil side, its worth noting that the early harvest "Olio Nuovo" has been selling well and is about half gone- only a few gallons are left.  So get it while you can.

The Greek Gourmet-
 will have homemade spinach and meat pies at the market each week- in addition to 20+ flavors of hummus.  Stop by and talk to Jack at the booth.

BANDY Woodworks is back this week after attending two very successful holiday shows. As always, they'll have children's toys and games, and great items for the home and office (cutting boards, business card holders, etc).  They use local reclaimed and salvaged wood and non-toxic finishes.  Their booth is on the right when you walk in the front door from N. Sheridan, directly across from Greenawalt's.  Preview some of the items carried at the market by visiting

Visit the market's website for information on the market and all the vendors.  You can sign up for a weekly email update.

Also,  check out the video about the market produced by Ths folks at East Liberty Development (ELDI).  It was directed and produced by local film maker Michael Pisano. So a great big thanks Michael and ELDI's Margaret Graham  for producing the video. So please check out the video and share it with others.

Here's the link:


The Farmers' Market Cooperative of East Liberty is located at 344 North Sheridan Ave., adjacent to the Home Depot parking lot.  The market operates year round- and is open from 5 AM until 12 noon every Saturday of the year.