Saturday, April 4th
Bees Are My Business - Honey, honey butter, fruit flavored honey butter, pickled items, fruit, vegetables, eggs, honeycomb, wax melts, candles, baked goods, freshly squeezed juice, spicy vinegar, dehydrated fruit, cookies
Cox's Meat Market - red meats, tasso, smoked sausages, andouille, chicken and smoked chicken (local and free-range grass-fed beef and free-range chicken), rubs, drinks, water - Specials: T-bones ($7.99 lb.), Porterhouse ($7.99 lb.), Center-cut pork chops ($3.99 lb., buy 5 lbs. and get 1 lb free for $19.95) For pre-orders call 985.536.2491
Danny's Salsa - salsas, jellies, mustards, pickled quail eggs, sweet pickle slices, candied jalapenos, chow chow
Driskell's Original BBQ - brisket, pulled pork, ribs, smoked sausage, smoked gouda mac and cheese, baked beans, sauces, spices, and rubs for pork, chicken, and beef (products are 100% natural)
Fleur Dough Lis Bakery - a variety of fresh artisan bread
Hello My Name Is Salsa - mild, medium, hot, and crawfish boil salsas, homemade tortilla chips, beignet chips, churro chips, hot sauces, lemonade, iced tea
Homegrown Produce - fruit, vegetables, honey, jams, jellies
Jefferson Seafood Shack - fresh fish, shrimp, crabmeat, oysters, seafood sausage, stuffed artichokes, crab salad
La Petite Sophie Patisserie - French pastries, tea
NOLA Tamales - New Orleans style beef hot tamales, tamale balls, sausage and andouille gumbo, 7-Layer Mexican dip
Plantation Kettle Corn - kettle corn, pastalaya, jambalaya, cracklins
Story Produce - fresh vegetables, fruit, jams, honey, cracklins
T & R Dairy Farm - fresh milk, butter, cheeses (yellow cheddar, white cheddar, jalapeno, habanero, tomato basil, gouda, brie)
Things N Stuff - jams, jellies, marmalade, chow chow
To Our German Coast Farmers' Market Customers
In an effort to continue operating our weekly farmers' markets and give our loyal customers access to the essential items provided by our vendors, we have implemented some changes to the market in order to keep our customers, as well as our vendors safe. These are just a few of the changes that we have implemented:
- We are limiting our vendors to only those selling essential items such as produce, fresh eggs, dairy items, honey, fresh meat, baked goods, prepared food, etc.
- Our Market Coordinator is constantly monitoring our patrons to ensure everyone is social distancing and there is no overcrowding in any area of the market.
- All vendor booths will be placed at least 6 feet apart.
- Customers must form a single line at each booth and leave at least 5 feet between yourself and other patrons.
- Our vendors are trying to decrease your wait times by bringing in extra staff, as well as packaging items as grab-and-go. You may want to get a vendors name and contact information to pre-order items for the following market to reduce your wait time.
- All vendors will have hand sanitizer and use gloves when coming into contact with any food items.
- Vendors will not be offering samples at this time.
- There will be no outdoor seating and dining tables.
As always, we ask our vendors and customers to stay home if they are feeling ill. Thank you for
your continued support of our market, we will continue to share our vendors' essential items with you as long as we can.
-The GCFM Board