Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post Valley Fort Farmers Market features fresh products Participating in the official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Valley Fort Farmers Market on Sun., Aug. 17, are, front row from left, Martin Quiroz, Fallbrook Honorary Mayor; Lori Gaye, Bonsall Chamber; Penelope Richards-Clark, Bonsall Chamber; Don Kinney, representative of Congressman Duncan Hunter; Hank Hornsveld, owner; Cheryl Nurse, Valley Fort events coordinator; Claire Ginther, Miss Fallbrook; Sarah Engebretson, Fallbrook First Princess; Lila McDonald, Fallbrook Chamber; Lacy Schwartz, Fallbrook Chamber; Linda Costello, Fallbrook Chamber; and Halee Olsen, Fallbrook Second Princess. The Lady & the Chef carry several kinds of mushrooms from maitake and brown beech to shiitake and crimini, as well as truffle oil at the farmers market. The mushrooms are grown in San Marcos. They also bring fresh pastries and bread from Belen Artisan Bakers in Valley Center. These heirloom tomatoes can be found at Rancho Chico Different color eggs come from different kinds of chickens and Dave from Da Dave Heafner of Da Amanda Love Atwood and The Little Fallbrook Orchard offer local honey, homemade jams and jellies, pickled beets and pickled eggs, lemons, dried bay leaves, and gourmet cheese balls at the Valley Fort Farmers Market in Fallbrook on Aug. 10. Crackers were available to have with samples of the cheese. Valley Fort Farmers Market features fresh products added by Newsroom on August 21, 2014 View all posts by Newsroom → 5 Responses to "Valley Fort Farmers Market features fresh products" Ellen August 26, 2014 at 10:27 pm This looks like a delightful farmer’s market, I just wish it was open on Saturday because I have chosen not to shop on Sundays. The Fallbrook farmer’s market in the village square should be renamed to a craft or artisan market because rarely is there actual food from a farm or the like. Reply Linda August 27, 2014 at 8:42 am Temecula Farmers market on Saturday is still the best by far, so many selections of fresh produce. I just don’t understand whyFallbrook with all this open land and farmers cannot seem to duplicate Temecula. I tried the new farmers market at valley Fort and was so disappointed, hope it will improve with time so I won’t have to drive so far. Reply momz August 27, 2014 at 9:20 am Linda#2 Can you tell me where the farmers market is located in Temecula ? Thank you Reply DR DR August 27, 2014 at 10:41 am I was very excited for the new farmers market – but I too was very disappointed. There HAS to be more vegetables, two tables is not enough and please bring variety! Yes, where is the one in Temecula? Reply John September 3, 2014 at 7:31 pm The Valley Fort Sunday Farmers market has been open for two months now I’m not sure but I’m going to guess the Temcula Farmers Market has been there for quite some time. If you want to see this market grow go and support it. There are more farmers now at the Valley Fort Sunday Farmers market, it can only get better from here. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.