November 26, 2020

Tiffany Farms Hosts Outdoor ‘Pop-Up’ Farmers Market This Morning

There will be a ‘Pop-Up’ Farmer’s Market at Tiffany Farms on Saturday, Nov. 21, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

LYME — After a successful summer season, The Farmer’s Market at Tiffany Farms had closed down mid-October for the winter.

But Jen Tiffany, who is co-manager of the Market with her husband, Bill Hurtle, told LymeLine, “Throughout the market season we were asked time and again, “Have you ever thought of opening an Indoor Farmers Market or a Pre-Holiday Market?”

Tiffany explained, “The indoor market is an unsurmountable thought at this point in light of the current pandemic, but the pre-holiday idea seemed doable.”

She and Hurtle kicked the idea around a while and then asked their vendors whether they would be willing to commit to the concept.

In Tiffany’s words, “We got a resounding ‘thumbs up’ from the non-seasonal vendors,” and so they immediately set about planning for a “Pop-Up Market.” which will be held Saturday, Nov. 21, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the usual Tiffany Farms location at 156 Sterling City Rd. in Lyme.

So if you’re looking for somewhere to buy your favorite market items or do your Thanksgiving food shopping in a healthy, outdoor environment that supports local farmers and vendors, this ‘Pop-Up Market’ is the place for you!

Vendors include:

  • Tiffany Farms will have a freezer full of quality pasture-raised beef
  • Biscotti and Beyond will offer cookie trays in addition to their usual fare
  • Donderoor Orchards will be selling a plethora of pie selections and “other yummy choices”
  • Sankow Farm will have a variety of lamb and cheese products
  • Bittersweet will offer a selection of teas and spices
  • Wave Hill will have a large bread selection
  • Chatfield Hollow will be selling their fabulous mushrooms
  • The Traveling Chef, who makes the most delicious tomato sauces

Masks are mandatory at the Market and, with a twinkle in her eye, Tiffany asks patrons, “To keep one cow-length apart while shopping,” adding that people should also, “Stay home if not feeling well.”

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