BIG Bundts & More was launched in August 2009 specializing in sensational artisan Bundt cakes and confections. The Bundt cake began in 1950 inspired by the classic German kugelhopf mold. BIG Bundts & More captures the nostalgia of the Bundt cake blending premium flavors for today's modern tastes. Our stylish Bundt cakes are jam-packed with tempting flavor combinations including sinful Cinnamon Streusel, decadent Cha Cha Chocolate, outrageous Orange Grand Marnier-Scented, luscious Lotta Lemon, and more. Our Great Pumpkin Bundt Cake was voted a BIG Bundt favorite and our Brownie Bundt Bites will satisfy any sweet tooth! Market menu varies weekly and special orders are welcome.
–Kristen Benkendorfer, www.bigbundts.com
Brooks’ Farm has been raising strawberries since 1982, and has added to its selection each year. They use black plastic ground coverings for weed control and water crops using their pond. In addition to seeing them at market, you can also pick your own produce at the farm.
A bakery started in Carrboro in 2009 with a mission of locally sourced ingredients, whole grains, and hearth-baked breads. Several of my wheat varieties were grown here in Orange County and I'll continue to seek out local and regional grains along with the local eggs, dairy, fruits, and vegetables I am already using. I have both stone and metal mills and freshly grind all my flours and cracked grains. All my breads rest the dough for over 12 hours to bring out the flavor and nutrition of the whole-grain flours. Baking is done in a large masonry oven for a true hearth-bread crust and nice radiant heat for all my baked goods. Selections will vary seasonally and week-to-week, but will include hearth breads, pan breads, pitas, muffins, croissants, scones, granola, and more. --Abraham Palmer, boxturtlebakery.com
Coon Rock Farm is a sustainable family farm providing organically grown garden crops and pasture raised antibiotic and hormone free chicken, eggs, pigs, lamb and goat on 55 acres nestled along a bend in the Eno River just outside of Hillsborough, NC. We concentrate on sustainably and bio-dynamically taking care of the land while letting it take care of us. Our vegetables are mostly heirloom varieties and raised without chemicals of any kind. Our animals are pastured raised and grass feed and never given antibiotics or hormones. Our chickens are heritage breeds that provide both meat and eggs and are completely free range. Visit their website.
A small farm in Efland growing a variety of vegetables, cut flowers, and soon fruit, using sustainable farming practices.Visit their website.
Ever Laughter Farm raises a diversity of crops on seven acres in Hillsborough. Sustainable and organic practices are followed in growing healthy and abundant vegetables throughout all seasons. The farm also raises heritage breed pigs on pasture for meat and is home to a small flock of laying hens. Visit their website.
Feather Village Farm is a small family-owned and operated fruit and herb farm located in Snow Camp, North Carolina. We’ve been growing our own blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, figs, apples, pears, peaches, grapes, pecans, most culinary herbs and various flowering perennials on our 10-acre property for over 20 years. As one might imagine, birds love to hang out here among the berries and fruits, hence, the name of our little place--Feather Village, in honor of our feathered friends. In addition to our fresh fruit and herbs, this year we are now selling container plants.
Fickle Creek is a growing small Farm celebrating its 10th year in production. Home to laying hens, meat chickens, sheep, jersey steers, pigs, and five livestock guard dogs to keep everyone safe, plus an ever-expanding market garden. Visit their website.
Family farm since the 1700s, located in Timberlake. Proud to carry on the long tradition of farming. Delivering the highest quality flowers, herbs, and vegetables. Visit their website.
GatherCreek Featuring the creative work of Mary Rocap Sewing: sewn, embroidered, and quilted handiwork including receiving blankets, pot holders, aprons, and more Music: 3 CDs of original and traditional folk and gospel songs Baking: breads and rolls - handed down recipes and techniques from her mother, great aunt, and great grandmother Writing: buy her book Little Chicken Stories about the exploits of her backyard chicken flock (and buy their eggs!!) And from the GatherCreek garden muscadines and scuppernongs in the fall. Visit their website.
Cheeses including chevre, farmer’s cheese, and flavored Ricotta spreads, camembert, chaource, Sainte Marie, valencay, limburger, gouda, manchego, and feta. Visit their website.
Located in Eagle Springs, NC, Kalawi Farm brings Peaches to the Market.
Knot Hill Flower Farm is located in south-west Durham County. We are a small scale family operated farm. We offer a wide variety of gorgeous locally grown fresh cut flower varieties from spring through fall. Our flowers are naturally grown. We build soil fertility using compost and organic fertilizer.
Flowers are available by the stem, bunch, mixed bouquets or container arrangements. Fresh, locally grown flowers put the "special" in your special event or occasion and make everyday an extraordinary day.
Located in Cedar Grove, NC Little Sprout provides a wide variety of vegetables, herbs and fruits, including edamame, melons, strawberries, broccoli, brussel sprouts, leeks and much more.
Our young farm, incorporated June 2008, was designed for biodiversity, self-reliance, and low-input/high yield food production systems on every one of its 20 acres. We are students of permaculture, ecological site design, bio-diverse farming, and managed-intensive grazing, and we incorporate livestock (e.g., heritage pigs and chickens) into our vegetable production and pasture/grain rotations. Cover crops and home-made biological inoculants (made from worm-castings and compost) are staples to our farming. We currently sell at two Saturday farmers' markets, local restaurants, and through a beginning CSA (direct-order email list).
Some of what you will find in various stages of development at Okfuskee Farm includes the following:
• Year-round organic vegetable production in both no-till, intensively managed beds and a 2,000 sq.ft. greenhouse
• Pasture-raised heritage pigs (breeding and finishing)
• Pastured poultry
• Blackberry, asparagus, and tree fruit production
• Sustainable grain production
• Mushroom cultivation
• Honey bees
• Medicinal and culinary herbs
PlowGirl Farm practices earth-friendly, sustainable agriculture on a simple eight-acre plot just west of Chapel Hill. We grow a wide range of vegetables, including many heirloom varieties, and specialize in tomatoes, potatoes, peas, carrots, beans, melons, shiitake mushrooms and magnificent sunflowers. Our bees are always hard at work pollinating crops and producing sweet, rich honey and we share the land with rescued goats and horses that do their part by providing us with organic fertilizer. We strive to be responsible stewards of the land and invite you to stop by anytime to see what’s growing. For farm updates visit. http://plowgirlfarm.blogspot.com/
Located in Carrboro, NC, Porcino handmakes fresh pasta, pizza dough, tomato sauce, foccacia and more.
Eva Green is a fourth generation basket weaver who uses natural things like berries, nuts or flowers in her weaving. Visit her website.
Roberson Creek Farm is a 100 acre multi-generational family farm outside of Pittsboro that produces a wide variety of vegetables, cut flowers, herbs, berries, and hand-made cedar products. The Roberson family has farmed this property since 1947.
Farm fresh eggs, jams and jellies, local fruit.
Established in 2001, Fruit Orchard of about 100 trees and an acre under cultivation. Cut flowers and heirloom vegetables. Visit their website.
Established in 2006, Seeing Stars farm features naturally-grown produce, fruit and herbs, and jellies and jams made from these products.
Smith Angus Farm is a Family Owned and Operated Cattle and Poultry Farm Located in Snow Camp, N.C. We Take Great Pride in Being the 4th Generation to Farm this Land. Black Angus Cattle Graze Contently in our Rolling Pastures. Visit their website.
I sell homemade soap & body products specializing in bio-glycerin soap. Hand crafted beaded wire metal jewerly.
Spoon is a mother-daughter collaboration born of love - a love of delicious food! We specialize in local, organic and fairly traded delicacies, like luscious lime curd, lovely lemon curd, sumptuous fig jam and knock-your-socks-off pepper jelly. Our unique offerings also include scrumptious baked goods, like outrageous oatmeal cookies and quiche baked with fresh, free-range eggs from our own happy hens. We look forward to seeing you at the Market!
We are a small family farm dedicated to producing “homegrown” chicken, eggs, beef and produce to provide local families with a healthy alternative to commercially raised products. Located in Southern Alamance County, North Carolina, we are implementing sustainable practices to bring our farm back to the the way it was when my grandparents “lived off the land”. We are not certified “organic”, but we have practically eliminated the use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides to provide a healthy alternative to large-scale operations. All of our animals are raised without antibiotics or growth hormones, and are fed no animal by-products.
We started with The Farm Fairy in 2004, our goals as a family by then were to live a simple country life, eating fresh healthy food that we would produce. We always have dreamed with a small farm with chickens, bees, a big vegetable an herb garden, fruit trees and the real connection with the land that feeds us. Today we found ourselves living a good life with the bees, soon a lot of chickens, baking the most delicious breads and other delicacies, our wildflower honey with hints of blackberries or tones of molasses depending on the location of the hives, jams and jellies from fruits in season, herbs, and last but not least a very deep relationship with our friends and customers who enjoy our products as much as we do.Visit their website.
We are a family owned organic farm located 15 miles northwest of Carrboro, near Efland. Since1989 we have been solidly supplying organic produce and herbs to health food stores and restaurants in the Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Durham areas, as well as to friends at the Carrboro Farmers Market and the Hillsborough Farmers Market. We have, over the years, earned a sound reputation for the quality and abundance of our products.
Wild Dog Farm is a small farm located in Snow Camp, NC providing chicken and duck eggs & blueberries