Portland Farmer's Market at PSU
8:30am - 2:00pm
- It's a market, not a tourist attraction. Don't just look, buy some tasty food!
- make a stop at pinestate biscuits
- Try to find some brussels sprout rapini.
- Pick up some flowers for the one that you love.
- Petunia's bakery will rock your world!
- This puts San Diego farmers markets to shame!
- Well I found in love with this free market. So different of our free markets in France. Perfect sunday morning! And good food:-)
- Is it local? Yes!
- At this Saturday market, you'll be spoiled for choicetamales from Salvador Molly's, crepes from C'est Si Bon!, or wood-fired pizza from Tastebud.
- Chef Leather Storrs from Noble Rot in Portland says, "Larry the mushroom guy is kooky and knowledgeable. Ask him for secret spots."
- Great jams, chili jam is worth lookin at
- Sungold farms has excellent plant starts. They have fared much better in my garden than plants from any other nursery or stand at the farmer's market.
- "We' ve added a touch of magic .. I still have not tasted great pump for dessert?"
- Bring a reusable bag. Per city ordinance, vendors no longer provide plastic bags.
- Get a soup from Chef Kathryn. It will warm you up on a damp day!
- Four gluten free bakeries AND deep dish gluten free pizza...all found in the first ten minutes!
- Don't be distracted by the fruit and veggies - head straight to the back and find Pine State Biscuits. Grab yourself a Reggie biscuit sandwich :: chicken, bacon & cheese topped with gravy
- Must stop at pesto outside of the box booth, as well as zuppa for mint lemonade and channa masala. Support local farmers by buying from multiple fruit and veggie stands!
- we're getting into the best part of the year, with squash, peppers, entering the market. and corn, peaches, etc. are still there!
- Go early and grab breakfast at the Pine State Biscuit stand. A great way to start the day.