Pie and tea! Most people love both of them but rarely do you hear the two combined in any usual fashion. This is where, yet again, Bakersfield innovation comes into play showcased at a couple of the Farmers’ Markets right here in town. Alchemy Bakery and Brew just came onto the scene in October of last year and owner Jodi Kessler decided to change things up a bit by combining two of her favorite things.
Something exciting is always going down at the Farmers’ Markets here in Bakersfield, and the Bakersfield Valley Farmers’ Market is no exception. In fact, they are now under new management, which means that even more fun and interesting things are on the horizon for vendors and patrons, alike.
As if our Farmers’ Markets weren’t already brimming with unique and delicious items, you can now add “freshly made pizza” to your list of needs when you visit the Valley Farmers’ Market. And don’t think for a second that it is something sitting under a heat lamp.
If you find yourself at the Valley Farmers’ Market on F St., you know you can get your fill of fresh fruits and veggies. Bonus, though: you can also load up on homemade breads, cookies, and more. All you need to do is spot Richard Shiell and be prepared to immerse yourself into all that Rick’s Kitchen has to offer. (And, believe us: you won’t be sorry you did!)
Fewer things can brighten up the winter months quite like homemade goodies. The Farmers’ Markets in Bakersfield are absolutely brimming with such fantastic wares, and From the Farmhouse has been present and delighting locals with their jams and jellies since 2007.
What’s a “semi retired” chemist to do? If you’re Charles Angell, you’d focus all of your energy into making some incredible chili powder combinations and sell them at our local Farmers’ Markets!