Yes, it’s happening Thursday! You know what I’m talking about. Thanksgiving is three days away and you still have items on your list to cross off. We have the perfect solution for you. You love South of the James Farmers Market on Saturdays and this week, we have a holiday market on Wednesday. You will have one stop … Continue reading Thanksgiving Market
The South of the James Market’s Summer Season officially kicks off Saturday, May 2nd. And boy do we have some quality local goodness coming your way! Take a look at the map below. Our full time vendors are listed in their spaces. The part time vendors are listed to the left. Help us welcome some new vendors … Continue reading Summer SOJ Opening Day is Saturday!
We will be celebrating art and community at a new location for the November First Fridays. Artemis Gallery has kindly invited GrowRVA’s Market at First Fridays to the Fan. Our local artists and chefs will set up outside the gallery at the intersection of Main & Lombardy from 5pm – 9pm. Bonus, we’ll be right across the street from Bombolini … Continue reading New First Fridays Location!
Mosaic‘s food cart is a new vendor at the South of the James market this season, but Mosaic has been one of Richmond’s best catering companies since 1997. Over the past 16 years, Mosaic has won dozens of awards from Richmond Magazine, Style Weekly, Virginia Living Magazine, as well as national sources. They’re small menu … Continue reading Meet Your Artisan #29: MOSAIC
Real Country Sausage is a family business born from a family business. The sausage business may only be a few years old, but Dockery Branch Farms goes back for generations. RCS is committed to producing traditional farm-fresh country sausage and hand-tied link sausage, plus nitrate-free brown-sugar-cured bacon. These guys are doing it the way it … Continue reading Meet Your Artisan #24: Real Country Sausage
It’s that time again…sharing time. September means back to school, and back to school means sharing all sorts of things – knowledge, toys, germs, and yes, recipes. Do you pack a great lunch or have a super simple dinner-in-a-hurry recipe that you revisit every fall? Lay it on us. What are you doing with all … Continue reading Seasonal Eating: September Recipe Share and Giveaway
Old Church Creamery is a family operation. Catherine Long works alongside her husband, Keith and two children, Matthew (17) and Anna (13.) Daughter Karen Madison is the family cheesemaker. Karen’s son Daniel and husband Glen help with yogurt processing and deliveries. The Long family gave up their high rise apartment in 2008 and started the farm … Continue reading Meet Your Artisan #18: Old Church Creamery
Wandering Cow Farm is a small family farm, owned and operated by Pete and Mary Murphy and family, that produces fine wool and wool products from their sheep – Products like raw fleece, roving, skeins natural and hand-dyed, as well as crafted items like hats, scarfs, felted animals, jewelry, gifts and gift cards. They’re also … Continue reading Meet Your Artisan #17: Wandering Cow Farm
Ma’s Madhouse is owned and operated by Mary Ann Griffin. Her unique style is evident – it’s whimsical and creative with a hint of burlesque. Her hairpins and masks are one-of-a-kind, a perfect gift for someone who has totally awesome taste. If you love feathers and cameos and affordable, quality jewelry, Ma’s Madhouse is for … Continue reading Meet Your Artisan #14: Ma’s Madhouse
The August Recipe Share and Giveaway looks very similar to the July one but…Augustier. If you find yourself making one recipe on repeat every August, THAT’S the recipe we want! If no picnic is complete without your deviled eggs – share that recipe! If you’ve got a great way to use up eggplant and zucchini, … Continue reading Seasonal Eating – August Recipe Share and Giveaway