Prepared Foods Archives | Memorial Centre Farmers' Market
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“This ain’t your Grandma’s jam” 

Stone Bridge Farm Sweet & Saucy Company offers gourmet jams, jellies, sauces and preserves with a focus on local products.  We are proud producers of Beer Belly Jelly, a jelly using local craft beer and is a welcome addition to your charcuterie board or bbq.

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Knifey Spooney has emerged as a leader in the plant based culinary industry (coming runner up in SilverChef Canada’s National Momentum Award), and has helped kickstart the vegan food scene in the Limestone City. Regular offerings are vegan staples delivery to area restaurants, plant based menu planning and product development workshops for chefs and kitchen crew, private large and small catering events, event planning and pop up/restaurant takeovers and well as participation in the Memorial Center Farmer’s Market.

Current circumstances have jump started the creation of weekly rotational menu offerings, allowing busy people to eat great vegan food, created by local hands with love.

Contact: Christina & Rad
Phone: 613-876-1357
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At CocoaBistro, we believe that chocolate should not be merely consumed, but experienced. It’s that small indulgence In a truffle or ganache-filled confection that transports us, that evokes those feelings that we savour, and rewards us with that gift of chocolate that we deserve in our hectic lives.

We believe that chocolate deserves respect and should be shaped and flavoured in as pure a form as possible. Our ingredients include Callebaut and Cacao Barry couverture chocolate, fresh locally-sourced cream and butter, and natural flavours that result from the infusion of fresh ingredients in cream. That’s all. No high fructose corn syrup. No artificial flavours.

We are proud to carry luxurious chocolate products that conform to plant-based, lactose-free, and gluten-free diets.  We are completely peanut-free too!

Website: https://www.cocoabistro.ca/
E-mail: audrey@cocoabistro.ca
Phone: 613-453-8169

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Experience Indian Cuisine at its finest with our house made blends of fresh ground spices. We support our Local Farmers and use organic ingredients whenever possible.

Dishes offered at market can vary each week but often include:

  • Home-made lemonade
  • Vegetable Samosas
  • Butter Chicken: Our popular Butter Chicken with Bell Peppers, Red Onions, Potatoes and Basmati Rice.
  • Gulab Jamun: Fried Cottage Cheese dumplings served warm in a Cardamom and Honey like glaze.
Contact: Ben Mukherjee
Address: 1525 Centennial Drive Kingston, ON, K7P 0K4
Phone: 613-507-7423
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Time and Quality ingredients. Beginning with our starters and wild sourdough, we appreciate how long slow fermentation improves the taste, texture and digestibility of our bread.  Almost all of our dough is fermented a minimum of 18 hours. Since 2014 we have built our whole wheat, rye and oat breads on the fabulous grain provided to us by Chris and Mary of Ironwood Organics. Our bread flour and pastry flour are milled by Moulin de Soulanges, a company in Western Quebec that relies on wheat farmers in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec who follow responsible agricultural practices and who are on the path to organic certification. Mid-2015, we vanquished the last of the large scale commercial wheat flour from our kitchen and now rely completely on Moulin de Soulanges and Ironwood Organics.

Contact: Jonathan Levett
Address: 9082 South Gower Dr Spencerville, ON, K0E 1X0
Phone: 613-215-0347
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Memories of Alexandria offers prepared dishes influenced by Lebanese, Greek, Syrian, Egyptian, Italian cuisines and neighboring countries around the Mediterranean. I buy local ingredients as much as possible. Cooking done with olive oil and butter.

Products for sale:

  • spanakopita in filo pastry
  • hummus in a variety of flavors
  • babaghanush (roasted eggplant with tahini)
  • tabouleh
  • salads with artichokes, quinoa or rice
  • tzatziki
  • soups
  • lentils and rice
  • quiche (vegetarian or ham/bacon)
  • stuffed vegetables
  • ratatouille
  • basboussa/harissa
  • baklava
  • creme caramel
  • rice pudding
  • marinated olives or mushrooms and antipasto type vegetables
Contact: Monique Haggar
Phone: 613-484-0617
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Collective Joy Farm is an open access indoor farm in beautiful Gananoque, Ontario.

Here, we grow our microgreens, herbs, and edible flowers as well as craft our line of whole foods, plant-based food and fresh juice.

Our space is open to the public and we also offer skill sharing workshops, courses, and more!

Contact: Tammara Maher
Address: 26 Charles St S, Gananoque, ON K7G 1V9
Phone: 613-328-1006
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We started to develop Kricklewood Sunflower Oil for the Eastern Ontario local market in 2010. We planted our first 15 acres of sunflowers in 2012 and started to bottle our oil in early 2013.

We grow and press the sunflower seeds ourselves on the farm in Frankville. It is a labour of love to see the seeds germinate and eventually bloom. It is an awesome site to see 15 acres of sunflowers in full bloom in July and August. We plant enough seeds to share with the birds.

We plant an organic non-GMO high oleic sunflower seed. We chose this variety of seed for the heart healthy benefits of the final oil.

We grow our seeds without herbicides or pesticides and we follow organic growing practices.  We use mechanical weeding methods including ‘tine weeding’ and ‘row crop cultivating’ to encourage growth of the Sunflowers.  We harvest the sunflower fields in late fall after the first frost when the seeds are naturally dried on the stalk. The harvested seeds are stored on the farm and pressed as needed to ensure freshly pressed sunflower oil for you to enjoy.

We use a mechanical screw press to slowly squeeze the seeds for the oil. We monitor the pressing temperature to ensure a premium cold pressed sunflower oil. The slow pressing of the seeds results in a fresh nutty tasting sunflower oil with all of the sunflower seeds natural vitamins and minerals.

Contact: Dale Horeczy & Brad Daily
Address: 421 Kitley Line 8 Rd Frankville, ON, K0E 1H0
Phone: 613-275-9901
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Located 15 minutes north of Madoc, ON, in the Living Village intentional community, Winding Path Organic Farm has operated since 2011 and produces a diverse selection of soups and preserves free of refined sugar and grains, as well as fruits and vegetables free of any pesticides or herbicides.

About Us
We are Terry and Sue and we are the owners and operators of Winding Path Organic Farm which is in Eldorado Ontario. Our 3-acre market garden is located on a 75-acre piece of land off of highway 62. We got tired of the rat race and followed our life long dream of farming & food preparation which is a passion of ours.
Contact: Terry & Sue
City: Kingston, ON, K7M 1P9
Phone: 416-709-1201
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Categories: Produce  & Prepared Food with ingredients sourced from the Kingston foodshed

Bio:

We are a decentralized, bicycle-powered urban farm. The majority of what we grow and make is from within City limits. We seek to improve the connection between eaters and the earth. We do that in part by

  • building market for local food
  • training and employing in the Kingston ag scene
  • using organic, permaculture, low-fi, human-powered, traditional growing / storing / transporting methods

Look: Bicycle delivery, Ferments, Gut shots, okonomiyaki, Vegetable & Herb seedlings

Ask us about Year-round farm share (a.k.a. CSA/ weekly veggie basket)

Contact: Tim & Tracy Lyon
Address: 126 York Street Kingston Ontario, ON, K7K 1R2
Phone: 613-876-3125
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