There are currently six local vendors that service the Robson Ranch Farmers Market. Click on each tab to check out information about their offerings.
The market takes place in the Clubhouse parking lot on Fridays from 8am to 11am The market may not be available due to inclement weather ----> Hot Weather Notice <---- If the temperature gets over 100, we start to lose produce because of the heat. Because of this we WILL leave early if temperatures rise too quickly.
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Offerings include various salsas such as roasted, chile piquin, mild jalapeno, red chipotle, habanero, and hot serrano. Other products available are salsa verde and enchilada sauce. You may place an order for pickup at 214-952-1301 or go to the website for online ordering: www.salsarevolution.org
Pasta offerings include dried and fresh pasta, refrigerated sauces such as pesto, Alfredo and tomato basil. Also, Italian sausage, lasagna and several ravioli items are available. To place an order for pickup call 469-583-8016.
Aunt Sue’s Barn is a small local farm located 12 miles west of Denton just off Hwy 380. They have grown berries for many years and sell blackberries, raspberries and strawberries depending on the season. In addition they have a small peach orchard with several varieties of peaches ripening between June through July. They also grow asparagus and will have two dedicated greenhouses for cut flowers beginning in 2019.
Using their own berries they make very low sugar preserves in a variety of flavors. All preserves are hand crafted in small batches. They also make berry and peach infused organic apple cider vinegars and artisan rosemary garlic bread. They make both regular flour and gluten free recipes as well as dessert breads and fruit cobblers. All fruit products were grown on the farm without the use of pesticide sprays. They offer a locally sourced honey processed by a beekeeper they know and use for consulting on their bee hives
Herbs, when available such as: lemon balm, rosemary, lavender, bay leaves, and oregano
Plants: Southern Milkweed (for Monarch butterflies), strawberry plants and other starts. This is not a consistent product.
Flower Seeds: These are seeds we harvest from some of our plants occasionally. This is not a consistent product.
CIRCLE N DAIRY, GAINESVILLE, TX
Circle N Dairy will be at the Farmers Market selling dairy products made and produced by them in Gainesville. This family owned business will be bringing milk, creamer, sour cream, yogurt and ice cream.
Pie By Kate is a cottage food business serving pie to Denton County since 2015. Kate is a born and raised North Texan. She says about her business, "I love baking and my desire with Pie by Kate is to keep things basic. I believe in making good pie, simple as that. The crust I make is my Grandmothers recipe and she knew what she was doing. Though I bake my pies with sugar and flour, I do offer sugar free and gluten free options when needed. I offer 9" pies as well as 5" pies and pie bites by the dozen. The reason I bake is this: Pie is simple. It's classic. It reminds people of their childhood or a special person in their life. Pie brings back happy memories that you can taste. When I bake pies for people or meet them at a market, I get to hear a bit of their stories, about their favorite holidays and sweetest memories. I will always love to bake, but the most rewarding part of Pie By Kate is the warm human interaction that a fresh-baked pastry can create."
9" Whole pies $20.00 5" Mini pies $10.00 Pie Bites by the dozen $10.00
Apple Pie ~Granny Smith apples make the perfect baking fruit as they're tart and hard to allow for real tasty slices after the baking process.
Blueberry Pie ~It's hard to beat a good ol' bite of blueberry pie. We put 3 lbs. of blueberries in each shell. Yep, it's that full.
Cherry Pie ~We use canned red tart cherries, three cans that is, in every cherry pie we put out. With or without some vanilla ice cream, there's no doubt that Grandma knew what she was up to.
Peach Pie ~For peach lovers everywhere. Take our word for it, add a scoop (or two) of vanilla ice cream for best results. (available in season)
Pecan Pie ~Keeping it simple and full of pecans. Karo syrup helps too. $22.00
Rhubarb Pie ~Many who grew up north of Texas have had the experience of taking rhubarb from their yard, dipping it in sugar, and chowing down for a snack! Bring back that memory with rhubarb pie or create a new one with this unique tart flavor!
Strawberry Rhubarb Pie ~A favorite of many who try it, rhubarb and strawberries pair nicely to create a sweet tart flavor unique to the pie world.
Mincemeat Pie ~Many are unfamiliar with mincemeat pie although it has been around for any years. Dried fruits and cider make for a pie that tastes like Christmas! Some could even say it's the fruitcake of pie!
ALL CURRENT VENDORS ACCEPT MAJOR CREDIT CARDS, IN ADDITION TO CASH, FOR YOUR PURCHASES.
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