We’ve been at the Farmer’s Market in the Haymarket for a month now. I’ve been overwhelmed by the positive response from people about our opening. The most asked question by far is, “When are you opening?” I wish we had a better answer than “Soon.” We will post it here as soon as we have a definite date. Until then we all have to be patient.

Last night was our first Jazz in June Market. Talk about some fun reactions. I don’t think the general public was expecting a booth of our kind. There was plenty of “state fair” food available like cotton candy and kettle corn or hot dogs and BBQ. But when passersby saw a basket of bread, cheese, fruit and chocolate available, they were surprised.

Pleasantly so, I will add.

It’s this kind of feedback that is making the days leading up to our opening ones of anxious anticipation. We always believed we had a good idea, but now we are getting that affirmed every Tuesday and Saturday. The pressure is on to deliver what we’ve promised. We will do our best to not disappoint.

For those who like to plan ahead, below is listed the items we have for sale at both markets. Please stop by and see us, and if you found us via this blog, let us know.

Tuesday at Jazz in June 5pm – 9pm
Jazz in June Basket $12

  • Ciabatta loaf
  • Vanilla Apple Butter
  • Maytag Blue Cheese
  • Grapes
  • Two Espresso Chocolate truffles

Ciabatta $3
Vanilla Apple Butter $3
Maple Pecan Granola $1.5
World Stopper Chocolate Chip Cookie $1.25

Saturday at the Farmer’s Market 8am – 12pm
Ciabatta $3
Cinnamon Roll $2.5
Vanilla Apple Butter $3
SlowDough {sourdough starter} $4
Maple Pecan Granola $1.5
World Stopper Chocolate Chip Cookie $1.25


2 thoughts on “Feedback

  • June 8, 2007 at 2:46 am

    How exciting!! We are going to be in Lincoln this weekend and I’d love to stop by the Farmer’s market to taste and see. Hopefully, it will work out.-jenni

  • July 17, 2007 at 4:47 pm

    Please ask the owner to call or email me, Richard Piersol
    Business Editor
    Lincoln Journal Star
    473-7241 or dpiersol@journalstar.com

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