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Market Watch: Special Wednesday Thanksgiving Market

Squash from the Ferry Plaza Market

Check out CUESA's Thanksgiving Guide for squash recipes to wow your family with this holiday.

Satisfy all your Thanksgiving feast needs this week at the special Wednesday edition of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market! In addition to our usual Thursday vendors we'll have special appearances by some of your Tuesday and Saturday favorites as well. And for great last minute ides for seasonal recipes and Thanksgiving inspiration, be sure to check out CUESA’s Thanksgiving Guide.

The market will be open from 10 am until 2 pm on November 27th. Please note that the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28.  Here is a list of what you'll find at the Special Pre-Thanksgiving Wednesday Market this week:

Farmers
Achadinha Cheese Company: Goat cheese, sausage
Catalán Family Farm: Herbs, potatoes, greens, onions, peppers, persimmons
Dirty Girl Produce: Greens, shallots, chicories, dried beans, leeks, parsley
Flatland Flower Farm: Apple caramels, apple bark, apple granola 
Happy Quail Farms: Peppers, hot sauces 
Heirloom Organic Gardens: Greens, root vegetables 
Iacopi Farm: Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, beans
Hog Island Oyster Company: Oysters, clams 
Lucero Organic: Artichokes, eggplant, winter squash, berries, veggies
Marshall’s Farm Natural Honey: Local honey
Tory Farms: Pomegranates, grapes

Artisans & Restaurants
4505 Meats: Turducken sandwiches, meaty goods
Blue Bottle Coffee Co.: Coffee, espresso drinks, whole beans
Cap’n Mike’s Holy Smoke: Smoked fish, San Francisco-style lox sandwiches
Cremeux Ex Machina: Gelati, sobetti
Hapa Ramen: Ramen for here and pickled items to take home
Namu: Korean tacos, okonomiyaki, kim chee fried rice and more
RoliRoti: Porchetta, potatoes, rotisserie chicken, turkey brine mix
Sow: Freshly squeezed juice
Three Babes Bakeshop: Seasonal pies
Tacolicious: Tacos, agua frescas

Please join us in giving thanks for the hard-working farmers, farmworkers, and food artisans who make this bounty possible for the holidays and throughout the year. Happy Thanksgiving!

For market updates and seasonal tips follow Lulu Meyer @farmersmarketlu or check out @CUESA on Twitter