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food truck festival at ralph’s farm market
saturday september 28
11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.


Kick off the Fall season with us at our first ever Food Truck Festival at our market! On September 28th 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. we will have 12 local food trucks here on location at our market accompanied by live music and local artisans to visit and shop with! Please note there will be vegan options within some of the food trucks.

Food Trucks
Betty’s Greek Honey Ballz – Loukoumades
Next Gen. Concessions Inc. Street Dogs
BBFoodOnTheGo Crepes
The Crazy Italian Pasta & More
Slavic Rolls
Saltyslobster
Mo-Bacon
G’s Donairs Irvine
Roasted Revolution Food Truck- Corn & Baked Potatoes
…3 more to be announced

Market Vendors
SweetLegs Maple Ridge with Raynee
gypsyjean.com
PeriwinkleCards
Our Little Soap Company
That’s A Good Cookie
Zeina’s Chocolate Boutique
Nathan’s Superheroes
Boostani

Live Entertainment
PAW PATROL
Live Music – To be announced

recipe: roasted pear salad

Okanagan Pear season has begun! Enjoy Bartlett, Harrowcrisp and the last of Crimson Pears for the season. Coming in about 7-10 days will be Bosc Pears! Enjoy this recipe, celebrating Pear season.

Makes 8 servings

ROAST PEARS 2 DAYS AHEAD!
• Cover & refrigerate pears & vinaigrette separately for up to 2 days.
• Let pears come to room temperature to serve.
• They are so good…and a great conversational piece when entertaining.
• Peel & halve pears; core, if desired. Place, cut side up, in 13″ x 9″ glass baking dish.
• In small bowl, whisk together coconut butter, sugar & lemon juice; brush all over pears.
• Roast in 4250F oven, basting once, until caramelized and tender – approx. 40 minutes.
• Let cool in pan. Transfer 1 tsp of the pan juices to small glass measure for vinaigrette.

6 small Pears – ripe
1/4 cup Coconut Oil – melted
2 Tbsp Brown Sugar – organic
2 Tbsp Lemon Juice

PEAR VINAIGRETTE
• Add vinegar, oil, shallots, salt & pepper to reserved pan juices in glass measure.

1/4 cup Pear or Cider Vinegar
3 Tbsp Olive Oil
1 Tbsp Shallots – minced
Pinch Sea salt
Pinch Pepper

BUILD SALAD
• In large bowl, toss together salad greens, radicchio & vinaigrette; divide among plates.
• Slice pear halves into quarters if desired; adorn salads. Sprinkle with almonds.

8 cups Mixed Salad Greens – torn
4 cups Radicchio or Butter Lettuce – torn
1/2 cup Almonds – roasted, coarsely chopped

Recipe courtesy of: The Canadian Living Test Kitchen

new arrival: fresh lamb
from creston, b.c.

This farm proudly holistically raises ‘hair bred’ lamb, with conscience and customized care from start to finish.⁣

Having 23% less fat, Harmony Farm lamb has delicious mild, sweet flavour without any gamey taste or odour when cooking. You’ll also find smaller bone and better meat distribution equaling a higher yield of quality gourmet meat.⁣

We have a variety of cuts available from lamb loin chops, lamb racks, lamb shoulder roast, lamb leg steaks, lamb shoulder chops, drenched lamb chops, lamb shanks.⁣

Thank you for communicating your requests with us, keep them coming!⁣

taste it at our market

Two of our local favourites that go back to the old days in our market will be on location serving up samples!

Veronica’s Gourmet Perogies
Saturday September 14th
1pm – 3pm

Stapleton Sausage
Monday September 16th
12pm – 4pm

saturday: taste it at our market

NEW: Keto Friendly, Low Carb, Sugar Free Baking Mixes

The Concept
The idea to start developing sugar free products started when I couldn’t find any baked goods without all the conventional high sugar ingredients, to fit into my low carb lifestyle.

The Product
We are proud of using only products that we feel are safe and healthy. The ingredients are kept as real as possible. We replace high glycemic flours with a blend of low carb nut flours and a small amount of rice flour to give the cake a superior texture. The cakes are moist and dense and provide a generous portion of fiber and protein

The Sweet Taste
The main sweetener is a zero calorie, zero glycemic, non-gmo Stevia/Erythriol blend. Small amounts of xylitol and prebiotic fibres are used in some products, but not enough to cause digestive upset. The sweetness level is on the low side with just enough sugar like taste to feel like an indulgence without any after taste.

The Goal
To inspire you to renew your joy of celebrating and baking with products that allow for indulgence without the cravings, guilt and blood sugar swings. That you can reach your goal and have fun doing it.

SOLD OUT – ANOTHER ORDER ON IT’S WAY

Wow! These bags sold out quickly! We have ordered more, they’ll be at our market next week…keep an eye over at til #1 where we have them displayed.

Here’s what we love about these reusable produce bags:

100% natural organic cotton mesh

GOTS certified

Maximum weight capacity -15lbs

Convenient drawstring closure

Breathable

Mesh allows for content visibility

Can be used over and over again

Biodegradable

Compostable

Hypoallergenic

Eco-friendly

Sustainable

Wash your produce in these bags at home, empty produce then add a little soap to the bag, scrub, rinse and hang to dry for next trip to Ralph’s!

Local Produce Arrivals

At the market we have Okanagan Bartlett, Harrowcrisp and Crimson Pears in. Pretty soon Crimsons will be done for the season and in about 7-10 days we will be expecting Bosc Pears at the market!! ⁣

Peaches are just about to come to a close for the season too…and so are caselots. If you haven’t already stocked up, now is a good time to do so!

Currently In Season:

Corn, fresh from our field
Okanagan Bartlett Pears
Okanagan Harrowcrisp Pears
Okanagan Crimson Pears
Okanagan Cantaloupe
Local Pickling Beets
Okanagan Gala Apples
Okanagan Macintosh Apples
Okanagan Honeycrisp Apples
Okanagan Freestone Peaches – will be done very soon
Okanagan Nectarines
Okanagan Prune Plums, Elephant Heart Plums and Red Plums
Okanagan Field & Roma Tomatoes
Endives
Dill
Herbs
Okanagan Coronation Grapes
Okanagan Purple Peppers
Okanagan Sweet Banana Peppers
Red Russian Garlic
Carrots by the 3 lb bag (as requested)
Broccoli
Pattypan Squash
Strawberries
Garlic and Alfalfa Sprouts
Pea Shoots
Okanagan Romero Peppers
Green Cabbage
Snap Peas
Green Beans
Wax Beans
Lettuces
Kale
Spinach
Long English and Mini Cucumbers
Variety of Tomatoes
Bell, Romero and Mini Peppers
Red and Yellow Potatoes
Turnips
Beets
Parsnips
Wheat Grass
Squash