Farmers Market Treats for Valentine's Day
January 31, 2023
This Valentine’s Day, indulge your loved ones and yourself with locally grown flowers and handcrafted treats from Foodwise’s Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Saturdays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Give back and spread the love of your local food community with these farm-fresh and handcrafted gifts.
At the Saturday Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, satisfy that sweet tooth with hand-decorated Valentine’s shortbread cookies, red velvet heart cakes, and other treats from Batter Bakery (see the menu here); made-with-love pies from Delightful Foods and Three Babes Bakeshop; and delectable pastries from Downtown Bakery, Frog Hollow Farm, Maison Nico, and Saltwater Bakeshop. Ferry Plaza, Saturdays.
Roses are red…but out of season, and often not grown locally and sustainably. Instead, choose beautiful freshly cut tulips, ranunculi, anemones, flowering branches, and other local, seasonal, and sustainably grown flowers from Cypress Flower Farm, Devoto Gardens, Fifth Crow Farm, Four Sisters Farm, Lonely Mountain Farm, and McGinnis Ranch at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Find out why locally grown flowers are a cut above the rest. Ferry Plaza, Saturdays.
East Bay-based chocolate maker Bisou Chocolate coaxes intriguing flavors from high-quality cocoa beans to make flavorful bars, truffles, and more, while paying a high premium to cocoa farmers. Ferry Plaza, Saturdays.
Honey for your honey? Show some love for local bees and beekeepers, too, by visiting from Marshall’s Farm Natural Honey and City Bees. Ferry Plaza, Saturdays.
Pamper them with lavender sachets, massage balms, scrubs, and others lovingly made bath products from Eatwell Farm. Ferry Plaza, Saturdays.
At the Ferry Plaza, slurp some fresh Hog Island oysters and a dash of hot sauce from Tierra Vegetables for that added spice. Ferry Plaza, Saturdays.
And for breakfast in bed, pick up freshly squeezed orange juice and pasture-raised eggs from our local farmers. Check out our recipe archives for farm-fresh brunch ideas.
And don’t forget: the farmers market is for lovers, so put yourself in the mood with these sweet tales of farmers market romance!
Topics: Flowers/trees, Holiday