Milos Greek Foods opened its booth at the farmer’s market last week with traditional Greek desserts and baking such as Greek biscotti, melomkarona, revani, keik portokaliou, keik milo and baklava. This coming Saturday, the vendor will add hot and cold dishes including soutsoukakia, mousaka, spanakopita, tiropita, pitarkia, stuffed peppers and tomatoes, Greek salad, souvlaki and gyros.
Soon to arrive at the market in the coming weeks will be Abdul Hameed’s authentic East Indian foods. Hameed will be featuring various authentic meat and vegetarian dishes, vindaloo, korma, butter chicken, samosas, various curry dishes, curry pockets.
Lambscapes Farm will be offering a selection of locally raised meats. They will be featuring fresh farm raised-beef, sausages, bacon, and corned beef, as well as custom cuts and special orders. All products will be sold fresh from their 12′ refrigerated butcher’s display case, which will installed in the market this week.
The Crafters Annex at the market is still seeking crafters and artisans who wish to have a weekly spot to showcase their wares. The crafting community is especially interested in having a maker of ceramics or pottery join. More information about the annex is available at capebretoncraftersannex.com. Buskers are also encouraged to share their talents with customers, and can contact the market if interested.
The cooperatively-owned Cape Breton Farmers’ Market is available year round Saturday Morning from 8:00am to 1:00pm at 340 Keltic Drive, Sydney River. For more information, visit capebretonfarmersmarket.com. Questions or comments can be directed to (902) 371-1481