Hersh of Indian Hills Farms offers beef and produce. We got pork sausage that was divine.
Blackland Prairie Farm has various organic produce. Gina used their yellow tomatoes in her No-Knife Pasta.
Dai Due offers ready-to-cook and eat prepared foods. They feature charcuterie, sausage, condiments and special items on their menu to eat at the market. We tried their Cochinita de Pibil taco---suckling feral pig braised in local banana leaves with orange and annato, served with pickled onions. A superior breakfast.
Lightsey Farms has in season fruit and right now think sweet, fresh peaches
Confituras has homemade jam that is glorious. The blackberry jam was a hit at Cathy’s house.
Texas Coffee Traders--the coffee from this booth hit the spot
Texas French Bread has wonderful Rosemary Sourdough.
Milagro Farms for eggs. Farmer Chris convinced Gina that after using his eggs, she’ll only want to cook them soft scrambled forever more.
Round Rock Honey
Texas Olive Ranch for olive oil
Cake and Spoon for baked goods
Simmons Family Farm for great organic produce
Peach Creek Farm for natural, free-range, Berkshire pork
Kitchen Pride for mushrooms
Muskego Farms for produce and duck eggs
Ottmers Family Farm for produce
Countryside Farms has hog, duck, rabbit, geese, pheasant, turkey and chicken. Lisa regularly purchases from Sebastian and picked up chicken this day.
In addition to many wonderful food items, we also noticed two other things that were prevalent: totes and dogs. Here are our favorites as well as a small collection of those things that one might consider essential to bring when visiting the Farmers’ Market. (Gina & Cathy)