Everyone worries about the turkey, but if you get the mashed potatoes and stuffing right, no one will even notice if a turkey is on the table. Add a good pumpkin pie and rich coffee and you’ve pretty much stuck the landing.
- Happy campers gluten free bread; gluten free stuffing.
- Pearl Bakery – recently named one of the 10 best bakeries in the US, will have bread for stuffing.
- Natural Valley Poultry – stock for better stuffing. Broth? No, you want stock, hearty, a building block for better foods. Ditto for eggs.
- Corn meal stuffing. Gee Creek has corn meal. Cooking tip – baking powder become less effective over time, make sure your canister is less than 6 months old.
- Brussels sprouts, those wee cabbages of love – all over the market.
- Potatoes. Prairie Creek has lovely golden potatoes, which are the best for mashing (opinions may vary). Art at La Terra Vita has a great selection for roasting, mashing or baking.
- PSU has mushrooms, vegs for roasting, sugar pumpkins for pie-ing. Butter, bacon and cheese for making everything just a bit better. Heidi ho is bringing the vegan, live cultured Chevre. 2 for $10.
- Freddy Guys has wild rice and filberts for the NW take on Pecan Pie.
- Eagle Organics, cranberries.
Sunday is the last market of the year at King on NE 7th & Wygant. We have a few more reasons to shop at King:
- Weather – cold but dry.
- Happy Campers on hand.
- Unbound pickling.
- Apples from Kiyokawa and the Draper Girls.
- Picture perfect veg from Mudjoy & Groundworks.
- Night Owl Roasters.
- Troutdale Sprouts, which are much like Brussels sprouts only without the Euro attitude, from Winters farms.
Join us this weekend – make your Thanksgiving a little more local. Our markets are great places to show off Portland to visitors, guests and people you need to get out of the house for awhile.