New Saturday Market at High Street

High Street market constructionThis month, I’ve been bursting to tell you about a new collaboration with one of my favorite Philadelphia restaurants, High Street. Saturday marks the official debut of their new green market in Old City — a French-style stand in front of the restaurant where you can buy beautiful produce and flowers, plus meet a revolving cast of local makers and shakers that I’ve helped curate.

I’ve pulled together some of the area’s most delectable characters — from cheesemakers to fermentation gurus to fellow food bloggers — for a biweekly showcase of the region’s food scene. Check out the calendar below, and come out for brunch or lunch at High Street or its sister restaurant, Fork. Or, stop by for a loaf of High Street sourdough and some market radishes for a picnic in Washington Square Park. I’ll be there this Saturday to help kick the market off with cheesemaker Sue Miller of Birchrun Hills Farm.

Every Saturday, the market’s anchors will be two young local growers who serve some of the city’s best restaurants, Jack Goldenberg and Teddy Moynihan of Plowshare Farms. High Street’s beautiful plates and bowls, created by local ceramics crew Felt + Fat, will also be available. This new market — part of Chef Eli Kulp‘s original vision for the restaurant — supports High Street’s mission to serve the community, at the table and beyond. Come feel the love!

High Street’s Saturday Market

presented each Saturday 10:30 am -3:30 pm by Plowshare Farms (@plowsharefarms)

Biweekly guest artisans curated by Madame Fromage (@mmefromage)

 

June 13: Birchrun Hills Farm + Madame Fromage

Local cheesemaker Sue Miller (@birchrunhills) joins the market with Red Cat, a staple on Fork’s menu. Author/blogger Tenaya Darlington (@mmefromage) signs copies of her book, Di Bruno Bros. House of Cheese. (Half of all proceeds to benefit the Eli Kulp Medical Fund.)

 

June 27: Peg+Awl

Local market bags, plus cheese & baguette boards made from reclaimed wood. Presented by founder Margaux Kent (@pegandawl), based in Port Richmond.

 

July 11: Foodinjars.com + Food & Ferments

Book signing by canning maven Marisa McClellan (Foodinjars.com, @foodinjars), plus Carly Dougherty (@foodandferments) samples her line of ferments, from kombucha to kvas.

 

July 25: Weckerly’s Ice Cream

Jen and Andy Satinsky (@weckerlys) make ice cream from local milk at their micro creamery in West Philadelphia. Check out their special flavor for High Street on Market.

 

August 8: Valley Milkhouse Creamery

The area’s newest cheesemaker, Stefanie Angstadt (@valleymilkhouse), presents her line of French-style cheeses made from Berks County sheep and cow’s milk.

 

August 22: Meadowset Farm and Apiary

Stunning aged sheep’s milk cheese made by Swiss native Tom Schaer (@meadowsetfarm) of Landenberg, PA – sample Tom’s new signature cheeses, First Bite and last Straw. Think Pennsylvania Pecorino!

 

Sept 5: Three Springs Fruit Farm

Fruit grower Ben Wenk (@3springsfruit) joins with seasonal selections from his family’s orchard in Wenksville, PA.

 

Sept. 12: Phickle + Press Gang Ginger Beer

Ferment guru Amanda Feifer (@phickle) offers samples from her forthcoming book, and newcomers Press Gang Ginger Beer (@pressgang_pa) share their spicy ginger beer.

 

Special thanks to Ellen Yin and Chef Eli Kulp of High Street Hospitality Group (@highstphilly) for supporting local makers and shakers!

 

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8 Responses to “New Saturday Market at High Street”
  1. Lakisha says:

    Lovely! I will try to make a few of things! I was just at headhouse this past Sunday. I got to see Sue and Mikey G. and bought some lovely Curry Sauerkraut from Food and Ferments (and cheese of course)!

    • tdarlington says:

      Oh, terrific! It will be great to see you, Lala. I’m curious to try that curry sauerkraut — bet it’s good alongside a stinker.

  2. anna juhl says:

    What a brilliant idea….all of the great Philly foodie friends in one cool location!

  3. Patricia says:

    This is an awesome idea for so many reasons… great purveyors & I’ve been coveting your Cheese book for a while … now I have the perfect excuse and venue to buy it;

  4. Stefanie says:

    Looking forward to being a part of it this summer!

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  1. […] On Saturday, July 11, I’ll be at the Saturday farm stand at High Street on Market from 10:30 to 1:30 pm (the stand is open until 3:30 pm, but unfortunately I can’t stay that long). This French-style market features produce from Plowshare Farms and a rotating cast of special guests. This week I’ll be there along with Food and Ferments. If you can’t make it this weekend, Madame Fromage has the full list of future guest vendors. […]

  2. […] This small summer market includes a table of guests I help curate on a bimonthly basis. This Saturday, you’ll meet Marisa McClellan from Foodinjars (she’ll be signing books until 1:30), along with Carly Dougherty from Food and Ferments. For a list of my upcoming guests, click here. […]



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