The Markets are Coming, the Markets are Coming…

The Berkshire Grown Holiday Farmer’s Markets that is. This coming Saturday.

OK. Get your pen out.

Turkeys, pork, beef, chickens, lamb, lamb skins, wool, eggs, mushrooms, arugula, root vegetables, apples, cheese, soup, quiches, bread, cakes, biscotti, cookies, pies, pickles, maple syrup, honey, beeswax candles, flowers, locally grown baby food, preserved and canned goods. All locally grown and locally produced. That’s just what you can get in Great Barrington.

Williamstown’s market will feature root vegetables, shallots, garlic, leeks, Brussels sprouts, cabbages, kale, Swiss chard, spinach, lettuce, bok choi, collards, winter squashes, heirloom apples, apple cider, strawberries, local canned tomato products, cheese, yogurt, cornmeal, popcorn, cakes, cookies, pies, quick breads, tarts, chocolate and caramel sauces, truffles and chocolates, fruit butters and jams, raw honey, dried flowers, 100% grass-fed beef, meadow veal, osso bucco, hams, ham steaks, bacon, Canadian bacon, pork chops and roasts, sweet and hot Italian link sausage, breakfast sausage and ground pork for turkey stuffing. All locally grown and locally produced.

Mezze Catering will have a table serving up Hidden Pasture Farm lamb stew for lunch.

Live music in both locations. Lunch items will be available for the weary including soups, chili, grass-fed beef hot dogs, chicken liver terrine, lamb stew, sandwiches on local breads and more.

Saturday, November 20th in Great Barrington AND in Williamstown.

The Williamstown market will take place at Towne Field House on Latham Street from 10 am – 2 pm. Great Barrington’s market will be at the Searles School Gymnasium on Bridge Street from 9 am -1 pm.  (Please note new location.)

You really shouldn’t miss this.  It’s a shame you can’t be in two places at once. Although you could hit up GB at 9 am and head north just in time for lunch. Now, there’s an idea…


  1. Edith Evans
    Posted November 20, 2010 at 2:21 pm | Permalink

    no lamb stew…….. Icame especially for that.. . . .

  2. Angela
    Posted November 21, 2010 at 10:56 pm | Permalink

    Mezze Catering was at the Williamstown market and we were serving up lamb stew from 11 am. Sorry you missed it!