2014 Farmers’ Market

Farmers MarketThe Farmers' Market opens again this coming June 7th, 2014 and will run through October 25th.

Hours are 9am-1pm Saturdays June 7- Oct 25.

Check back for updates on this year's Farmers' Market


Eat Fresh! Eat Local!

1340 Rt. 206
Skillman, NJ

Village Shopper Parking Lot,
(South side in the same shopping center as Village Shoes and Technician X, directly across from Montgomery Cinema and Shop-Rite).

Hours are 9am-1pm Saturdays June 7- Oct 25.

Send an email to our Farmers’ Market manager

Become a sponsor of the Montgomery Friends Farmers’ Market! view form

Our 2014 Farmers’ Market Sponsors:

Blue Ribbon Sponsor:

Union Line Garage of Hopewell

Market Patrons:

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Hillsborough/Montgomery Office
Princeton Design Guild
Terra Momo Restaurant Group

Friends of the Friends:

Rotary Club of Montgomery & Rocky Hill

Band Sponsor:

1st Constitution Bank of Skillman
Princeton Orthopaedic Associates
Radiation Data

Individual & Family Sponsors:

Elise Murray
Mary & Gary Reece
Ed and Jaci Trzazka
Louise and Cliff Wilson



Jersey JunketsContact Lorette Pruden, Market Manager at 908-359-4787 or by email

MFOS Farmer’s Market is the place to be in Montgomery on Saturday mornings. It’s fun! Come on out.

We can use set-up help, selling at the bread table help, and support for the many community groups who will be joining us this year.

Volunteers are welcome to join our hardy Farmers Market team: Lorette Pruden, Market Manager, Maxine Baicker, MFOS Board Liasion and Bread Chief, Allan Bien, Louise Wilson, Dan Penney, and of course, our new President of Montgomery Friends of Open Space, Sarah Roberts.

We acknowledge and thank Bentley Community Services for their hard work of picking up and distributing extra produce to feed struggling, working families, the invisible needy in our community.

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Our 2014 Farmers:

Farm/Vendor   Produce/products
Chickadee Creek Hopewell, NJ Organic vegetables, some flowers
Dessert Boutique Lawrenceville, NJ Baked goods
Eat Local Mostly NJ Jarred products, olive oil, Greek cookies
Farmer & Chickpea Manville, NJ Prepared organic foods
Fulper Farms Lambertville, NJ Dairy--yogurts, ricotta, cheddar, gouda
Griggstown Princeton, NJ Chickens, Pot Pies, Fruit Pies, hone
Little Island Restaurant Hillsborough, NJ Ready-to-eat jerk chicken & port, locally sourced
Orchard Farm Montgomery Township, NJ Organic vegetables, flowers - With us since the beginning – twelve years now!
Terra Momo Princeton, NJ Bread, pastries
Tree-licious Port Murray, NJ Tree Fruit, some vegetables - With us since the beginning – twelve years now!
Villa Milagro Finesville, NJ Wine
Von Thun Farms Monmouth Junction, NJ Vegetables, some fruit
Woods Edge Wool Farms Ringoes, NJ Beef and Yak, Alpaca products, honey


Market Producde
Fresh Vegetables

Terra Momo's Artisan Bread

Griggstown Pot Pie



A Special Request:

The Market has become a beloved part of Montgomery life. The Founders of Montgomery Friends of Open Space saw a need to support local farmers as well as preserve farmland for future farmers.

Please consider helping to build and
maintain the beautiful trails in our
Open Spaces.

MFOS is a not-for-profit organization who needs community support to continue our work. Please become a supporter of Montgomery Friends of Open Space! Help preserve open space, stream corridors, farmland, and woodlands for our children and future generations. Help us undertake measures to improve our preserved lands by connecting neighborhoods through pathways and trails for the community to enjoy.

You can download the MFOS membership brochure Here.


Csilla Bischoff
Csilla Bischoff is a holistic health and wellness coach who hosts cooking demos at the farmers' market.
She provided us with this seasonal recipe:

Butternut Apple Skewers

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 32 minutes
Yields: 8 servings

1 medium butternut squash
3 teaspoons cinnamon
2 teaspoons nutmeg
2 tablespoons ghee or coconut oil, melted
2 tablespoons almond or cashew butter
1/2 lemon, juiced
2 tablespoons maple syrup
3-4 apples, chopped
8-10 wooden skewers

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Peel and dice butternut squash into about 1-inch cubes.

Mix together the spices, ghee or oil, nut butter, lemon juice and maple syrup. Add a bit of water if too thick (should be like a thick dressing).

In a bowl, pour 2/3 of the mixture over squash and toss, covering all the pieces evenly.

Place squash on a baking sheet and into oven for 20 minutes.

Mix apple into remaining sauce mixture.
Remove squash from oven and allow to cool for a few minutes.

Alternate apple and squash pieces on skewers.

Put back into the oven and bake for 15 minutes or until both are soft. These are great as an appetizer, dessert or snack.They will keep in the fridge for about 3 days.