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GILMANTON’S OWN MARKET

OPEN UNTIL THE END OF THE YEAR
THURSDAYS 2-6
SATURDAYS 10-4
SUNDAYS 12-3


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DECEMBER AT GILMANTON’S OWN MARKET

GILMANTON’S OWN MARKET WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL NEAR NEW YEARS

Although many summer seasonal vegetables are finished, we will still carry all of our other products, including vegetables, fresh bread, meat, and everything else!

WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT HOLIDAY GIFT-GIVING, THINK GILMANTON’S OWN MARKET. Lots of good possibilities: gift baskets, gift certificates, jewelry, art, cards.

TREES:  Gilmanton’s Own Market is working with the Crystal Lake Christmas Tree Farm to help you find your perfect tree. All trees are $40. You can purchase a voucher at Market for a tree (we accept credit, debit, etc) or when you get to the Farm, tell them Gilmanton’s Own sent you. To get to Crystal Lake Christmas Tree Farm: Go by appointment only. Call 603-557-5818. 119 Crystal Lake Road.

DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN ORDER SWEET AND SAVORY PIES AND ALSO BREADS FOR YOUR HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS FROM GILMANTON’S OWN? Sign up sheets available at the Market.

GIFT BASKETS: We have little gift baskets for sale that you can fill with hand-picked goodies — honeys, jams, pickles, spice packs, soaps, lotions, lip balms, jewelry — lots of other things. And the hand-designed card to go with it.

FRESH FISH throughout the season.



FRESH FISH AVAILABLE WEEKLY!

CHECK HERE ON MONDAYS FOR CATCH OF THE WEEK AND ORDERING.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 10 : TAKING ORDERS TODAY FOR FISH ORDERS THAT WILL BE DELIVERED THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13

Haddock

The catch of the week will be ATLANTIC POLLACK and we will also have HADDOCK as usual. Pollock has a more pronounced flavor than cod or haddock, but cooks white with large flakes just like them; prepare as you would haddock (baked, boiled, fried or sautéed) – but because of a higher fat content it could be cooked slightly longer.  The fish will be packed in 1 lb packages and costs $13 per pound. You must order it by Tuesday morning at 9:00 a.m. Here’s how it works:

Send an email to gilmantonsown@gmail.com no later than 9:00 a.m. Tuesday morning to order as much as you want of the Haddock and/ the Catch of the Week. In your email tell us how many pounds of each kind of fish you want, give us your name, and your phone number.

You can pick up and pay for your fresh fish Thursday at Gilmanton’s Own Market during regular open hours, 2-6 p.m. (The Old Firehouse on 140 at 107 in Gilmanton Corners)  If you don’t pick up your fish by end of Market on Thursday, we will put it in the freezer, and you can come in during Saturday (10-4) or Sunday (12-3) Market hours.

The fish is from NH Community Seafood. Although you don’t have to pay until pickup, we only buy from NH Community Seafood what you ask for, so please don’t leave us hanging!

We also have some fish in the freezer from prior weeks for $11 per pound. There are great dishes to cook with frozen fish, especially when there is a variety as we have. Think about a great fish chowder or soup. Gilmanton’s Own Market has lots of the ingredients you can use potatoes, milk, onions, peppers, concentrated tomato sauce (for a tomato base) — even some herbs and spices!

And remember — we’ll have weekly fish until we close in late December.

Questions? Email gilmantonsown@gmail.com 

Pollack



A PARTIAL LISTING OF PRODUCTS CURRENTLY IN THE MARKET 

BEAUTIFUL LEAVES: greens

DELICIOUS VEGETABLES: potatoes, onions, squashes, pumpkins

FRUITS & BERRIES: apples

GILMANTON’S OWN MARKET BAKERY: WE ALMOST ALWAYS HAVE FRESH-BAKED BREAD and other BAKED GOODS: We now regularly have gluten-free breads and baked goods — a very wide range! Amazing holiday sweets.

EXCELLENT LOCAL MEAT:  beef, chicken, lamb, pork

DAIRY: raw milk, goat cheese

AMAZING FOOD IN JARS: honeys, mustards, maple syrup, jams, pickles, tomato sauce

GRANOLA

FLAVORS

A CHANGING OFFERING OF OTHER FOODS: KEEP CHECKING!

NOT EDIBLE, BUT WONDERFUL AND USEFUL: soaps and other body products; local-author books; jewelry, art, greeting cards, knitted items such as socks and mittens, some beautiful capes. New items regularly.

HOLIDAY PRODUCTS:  Christmas decorations, decorated gourds, cards, lots of other ideas. A great gift idea: We are selling little baskets you can use to fill with a lot of nice, custom-chosen items — jams, honeys, mustards, pickles, soaps, lotions, lip balm, other skin products, jewelry and even a lovely hand-designed card. Coffee.

REMEMBER: ALL THESE ITEMS ARE LOCALLY PRODUCED BY OUR OWN NEIGHBORS



PARTICIPANTS IN THE 2018 FALL GILMANTON’S OWN MARKET

The following is a partial list of vendors and their products you will find at the spring market:

Beth’s Gluten Free Breads: gluten free breads and other baked goods.  Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bethsgfgoodies/

Betty Mitchell, paintings

Fernwood Farm, LLC:  flowers, herbs, photographic products
Email: fernwoodfarmllc@metrocast.net,
Website: www.fernwoodfarmllc.com,
Facebook

Gerry Hawes, Author: Albatross

Hammer Down Farm LLC: beef and pork
Email: hdfarmllc@yahoo.com, Facebook https://m.facebook.com/hammerdownfarmllc/,
phone or text Alicia at (603) 387-3448

Heather’s Harvest: honey, lip balms, hand cream
Phone: 603-767-8155, Email: heathersharvest133@gmail.com,
Website: https://heathersharveast.wordpress.com,
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heathersharvestnh/

Jane Sisti:  Shopping bags, clothing

Jones Mill House: bread and other baked goods, vegetables (e.g. tomatoes, potatoes), maple granola, flavors (salts, sugars, herbs, spices), jams and sauces, plants (e.g. heirloom tomatoes, dahlias), 
Email: vsapiro@gmail.com, Website:jonesmillhouse.com
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Jessica Landers, Author: Driving Backwards, an exploration of Gilmanton’s todays and yesterdays. 

Kathy’s Kards: greeting cards

KBear: jewelry, greeting cards

LorrenJoyce Farm: raw milk and cream
Tel: (603)-235-5780; (603)-499-6060
EMail: info@lorrenjoycefarm.com  Website: https://www.lorrenjoycefarm.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lorrenjoycefarm/

McCormack Farm: honey
Text or call 603-832-3438

Meadowview Farm: lamb
Text or call: 603-520-2017, Email: meadowviewfarm@metrocast.net

Meeting House Brewing Company: Meeting House Soda

Melissa’s Mushrooms
Phone: 603-520-4783

Merrill Farm: corn, tomatoes, vegetables.

Mike McQuaid: Photography

Nuttin Baahd: soaps, lotions. Facebook.

Peter Baldwin: Author: A Memoir

Provincial Palate & Pancake Hill Farm: mustards
Email: provpalt@metrocast.net
Phone: 603-848-8431
Provincial Palate Facebook page

Red Fox Farm: jarred items, spicy condiments and jams.
Order by email:  douglasabreed@gmail.com

Restoration Acres Artisan Breads (Kathy Sorrell): breads, sweet and savory baked goods. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kathysrusticbreads/

Running Dog Farm:  bread, scones
For bread orders of 12 please text Christy at 603-387-0224

Slowly but Shirley: goat cheese

Steve Bell: vegetables, chicken, turkey, eggs, baked goods

Still Seeking Farm, LLC: vegetables, maple syrup, eggs
Phone: 603-267-5326, Email: stillseekingfarm@gmail.com, www.stillseekingfarmllc.com

Sue and Dick Barr: hooked rugs

Wildflower Bakery: cookies, pies

Woodshed Roasting Company: locally-roasted coffee. https://www.woodshedroast.com/


We’re always looking for new local vendors. See the information for vendors tab on this website.



Contact!  Here’s how to be in touch with Gilmanton’s Own:

Located at: 394-396 Route 140, Gilmanton, 03237. In Gilmanton Corners, the Old Firehouse, near 107 (Province Road)  (For sending mail, see below)

Email gilmantonsown@gmail.com .

Visit our Facebook page Gilmanton’s Own .

Follow us on Twitter @GilmantonsOwn

Contact a member of the Board of Directors.

Write real physical mail to us:  Gilmanton’s Own, Inc., P.O. Box 223, Gilmanton, NH 03237.