PUMPKIN SPICE YUM-MUS

25/10/19 9:23 AM

All Good Craft Granola Bars will have five flavors for sale: the always popular IPA, Tropical IPA, and Stout, but also be two new flavors: Blueberry Hefeweizen and Pumpkin Spice Oktoberfest. Get 3 bars for $7, a 6-pack for $12, or a dozen for $20. Also, AllGoodGranolaBars.com is now live; order online or preorder and pickup at the market! Join the newsletter to hear about new recipes, where to find All Good bars, and healthy eating and exercise tips.

Hampton Roads Winery is introducing their new line of value-priced wines under their new “Goat Tower” label, including a stainless steel chardonnay and a lightly oaked merlot. They are also bringing back their Drunken Goat Mulled Spice Mix, with samples to try and packets to buy, just in time for the colder holiday seasons ahead

Maha Kombucha has a holiday limited release announcement! They are now taking pre-orders for their Cosmic Jubilee, an extra bubbly blood orange and cranberry kombucha in a champagne bottle. It’s great for holiday gifts and parties as well as a non-alcoholic champagne alternative. Bottles are limited, so stop by the Maha Kombucha booth at OBFM to reserve.

Mattawoman Creek Farms will have their organic Lettuce, Sweet Italian Peppers, Tomatoes (slicing, cherry and grape), Eggplant, Green Beans, Baby Bok Choy, Arugula, Hot Peppers, French Breakfast Radishes, Okra, Collards, Kale, Napa Cabbage, Turnips, Black Radishes, Sugar Dumpling Squash and Potatoes.

Whole Body Health will be on hand Saturday with tasty treats for the season including pumpkin granolas, ciders, an apple cider cookie and pumpkin energy balls plus  Spooky Crack. Poppops Pickles; remember your jars for dollar off purchase.Items are always gluten free and plant-based.  

FOOD NEWS YOU CAN USE

This Saturday is our Howl-o-ween Market! We will be dressing up and giving out candy and also two OBFM gift certificates to the best dressed pup, kid or family. 

Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine joins OBFM founding member and candidate for Virginia Beach treasurer, Laura Habr, also an owner of Croc’s, just beginning at 8:45 a.m. Both will be on the patio of Croc’s throughout the market to kick off the final 10 days leading into this year’s election day.

Head out to OBFM vendor Hampton Roads Winery in Surry County on Sunday, Oct. 27 for their Wine & Oyster Festival from noon to 5 p.m., featuring the National Oyster Shucking Champion. Beer will be on tap too!

Yes – we still have weekly markets! Come out and enjoy the bounty of autumn from our vendors through the end of October. OBFM will switch to monthly markets during winter starting in November. 

Market forecast: the region will be partly cloudy with a 10 percent chance of precipitation and high of 73 on Saturday. The winds will be east at 9 mph. Source: www.WTKR.com 

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

What do you get if you divide the circumference of a gourd by its diameter ???? Pumpkin pi !!!!

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RECIPE
PUMPKIN SPICE YUM-MUS

Get into the spirit of the season by incorporating pumpkin and pumpkin spice into a timeless classic, hummus.

Here’s how I make my Pumpkin Spice Yum-mus:

In a food processor, add one 15-ounce can of chickpeas that have been drained with 5 tablespoons of roasted and pureed pumpkin ], 5 tablespoons of tahini or smooth peanut butter, and 5 tablespoons of olive oil. Add 2 tablespoons pumpkin spice [you can use prepared or make your own], 2 tablespoons water, and 1 garlic clove. 

Pulse until smooth and season with salt. Serve with olive oil drizzled on top and garnished with crushed red pepper flakes and roasted pumpkin seeds. 

The hummus can be used as a spread on sandwiches, added as a filler to wraps, or enjoyed as a dip with crackers or fresh cut vegetables like carrots or celery.

If you’d like my recipes on how to roast your own pumpkin spice mix, email me at PatrickEvansHylton@gmail.com 

Recipe from Chef Patrick Evans-Hylton

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VENDORS

All Good Craft Granola Bars

Beach Bees

Buck & Bramble

Crunchy Carrot

Empowered Plant Cakes

From Rome with Love

Full Quiver Farm

Give.Treat.Love

Grace and Gratitude

Hampton Rds Winery

Honest Pastures

It Started with a Fig

Jrs Microgreens

Maha Kombucha

Mattawoman Creek Farms

Max The Knife

New Earth Farm

Over Achieving Tea

Pilgrim Bread

Prosperity Kitchen

Red Mushroom Brewing

Savor The Olive

Seafield Farm

Speedy’s Hot Sauce

The Butter Brothers

The Creative Wedge

Three Ships Coffee

Udder Chaos

Whole Body Health

Whole-ly Rollers

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