Celebration Time is a specialty food business located in Pittsboro. Our products are made locally at Angelina’s Kitchen, and our fresh ingredients are sourced from local Chatham County farmers. We sell a multi-purpose vinegar and oil-based product that is great as a salad dressing, dip, and marinade. Our recently released “That’s-A Spicy Pizza Sauce-A!” is a tasty, spicy product that adds a zip to pizza, as well as being a great addition to chili, a favorite marinara, or as a dip for mozzarella sticks and many other fried delights!
Celebrity Dairy offers a selection of goats milk items handcrafted with love in Siler City, NC! As NC’s pioneer farmstead goat dairy, we’ve been treating all our goats like celebrities since 1991 and strive to do the same for our customers! Following time-honored French farmstead techniques, we transform their milk into fresh goat cheese, or chèvre. Its taste is inextricably tied to its place of origin – our particular herd of Alpine and Saanen goats.
Goat dairy products:
- Plain and herbed logs
- Spreadable cheese
- Dehydrated cheese
- Mold-ripened cheese
Fiddlehead Farm is an award winning, farm and micro-jammery in the amazing little town of Pittsboro NC.
We grow lots of hot peppers for our hot sauces (plus a few other fun things!) and we’re also making lots of preserves, finishing salts and hot sauces inspired by what’s in season, at market, and growing in our garden. Making our products in small batches and using the best possible local/organic ingredients is the most important thing we can do and it brings us great joy.
There is a lot of hard work and love in each jar, so much love in fact, that we were a Good Food Award finalist for our Blueberry & Cinnamon Basil Jam in 2016, our Blueberry Hibiscus Jam in 2017, and in 2018 we were winners for our Roasted Strawberry Preserves, in 2020 for our Strawberry & Honeysuckle Jelly and for our Black Garlic Rooster Sauce in 2021!
Granite Springs Farm
Granite Springs Farm is located 6 miles north of Pittsboro, NC off Highway 87 in Chatham County. Meredith Leight and crew grow vegetables and mushrooms year around for their CSA, Pittsboro Farmers’ Market and local restaurants. They’re passionate about building the life in the soil and don’t use synthetic pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers. They believe in making good food accessible for all people, and take SNAP/EBT and offer workshare opportunities and subsidized shares for over a third of their CSA members. They enjoy supporting Pittsboro’s Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, Abundance NC, and Community Lunch at St. Bart’s in Pittsboro.
Heart Song Farm
Hook & Larder
Hook & Larder specializes in fish and shellfish that are sustainably caught & raised in North Carolina. They are proud to support NC commercial fisherman by traveling to our coast each week to bring you back fresh fish and shellfish. Our offerings each week are based on the season and what is being caught.
James & Marcey have a combined 50 years of cooking experience and are always willing to give tips on storing and cooking seafood. We have a lot of resources to get seafood, so if there is something you would like for an upcoming party or celebration with family please let us know what we can do for your seafood needs.
In Good Heart Farm
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Lilly Den Farm
Lilly Den Farm works hard to provide a wide variety of natural and locally raised meats for individuals and families to enjoy with the peace of mind knowing the meat was raised healthy and humanely.
We are a young family of six who live in Goldston, NC. Tucker, a farmer from Schoharie, NY, was born on a small dairy farm. There he learned the work ethic and constant hard labor it takes to be a successful farmer. Milking a herd of 30 Guernseys, he became passionate about the show aspect of breeding and raising dairy cattle.
As Tucker became an adult he began to raise his own beef because he was tired of the poor quality of meats available. Due to the demands of desirable meats from friends and family, he decided to get his meat handlers licenses, expand on his variety, and sell his products locally.
Tucker enjoys breeding, raising and selling his products. However, he is still passionate about his herd of dairy show calves, heifers, and cows. He takes them to cattle exhibitions across the country with our 10 year old son, Dennet, our 9 year old daughter, Lilly, our 2 year old, Meadow and our newest family addition, Rye.
I, Mackenzie, was fourth grade teacher from Staten Island, NY who fell in love with a country boy and the farming way of life. I have been farming full time for almost 2 years now and am fortunate enough to home school Dennet and Lilly. I feel very fortunate to have our farm and I am excited to watch it grow. It is my dream to share this wonderful experience with others.
We stand behind our product completely. We are committed to providing high quality meats at a reasonable price.
Misty Morning Ranch
Misty Morning Ranch is a small family run farm in North Carolina. Driven by our passion for sustainable agriculture we started raising ostriches in 2016. After leaving the city life of Los Angeles behind, husband and wife team, Gaby and Ryan, found a beautiful 60-acre ranch in Robbins, NC. With a passion and drive for sustainability, they began researching alternatives for farming.
After visiting many different operations and learning as much as two city people can about farming, they settled with raising ostriches. Thanks to North Carolina goodness grows, they were able to find Hilltop Ostrich Farm for mentoring and guidance. With the mentoring and support from Hilltop Ostrich Farm, Misty Morning Ranch began raising ostriches in 2016. Today, they continue to partner and work together.
Mountain Shadow Designs
Sally Gregoire of Mountain Shadow Designs is excited to join the Pittsboro Farmer’s Market community. A Pittsboro resident, Sally is an artist who offers illustrated notecards, art prints and vinyl stickers inspired by rural life. Her farm and barn themed art, illustrated graduation cards, and fun and colorful vinyl stickers are a celebration of Pittsboro, dogs, trucks, and more!
Folks can find Sally’s cards, prints and stickers at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MountainShadowStore
My name is Stéphanie Bart, mother, home chef, runner and now entrepreneur. I was born and raised in France in a rural area where simple, natural foods were the heart of our life. I didn’t know how unique and important that was at the time. After traveling to different countries, exploring different cuisines, and finally having a family of my own, I realized I wanted to get back to my roots. So I started collecting my mother’s recipes that I grew up on and replicating my childhood delights for my family.
At Naturally Local, we make natural and nutritious ingredients a staple in our custom granola blends. We specialize in three core mixtures: classic, fruity, and chocolate; however, if there is an ingredient that you love (or an ingredient that you don’t), we are happy to create custom mixes made to order. Our fresh granola and energy bites are mixed in our state-certified home kitchen.
The Plant Factory
Rabbit Patch Baskets
Eva Green is a fourth generation basket weaver. Eva was skillfully taught the art of basket weaving by her mother, Nadine Degraffenreaidt. Hand weaving baskets is Eva’s biggest passion. She really enjoys making intricate baskets. Weaving baskets with designs that are difficult to achieve provides a rewarding challenge for her.
She has been awarded numerous ribbons for baskets and teaches locally at different community colleges. She is a member of the North Carolina Basket Association where she is on the Board of Directors. She is a member of the Chapel Hill Basket Guild, Chatham Weavers Basket Guild, and the Chatham Artists Guild.
Rocky River Hemp
Rocky River Hemp NC was started by a father and son team, Rick (my Dad) and Samuel (Me), who dreamed of using our corner of land in Chatham County, NC, as a way to support our family while connecting to the land.
Rick was semi-retired after a long career in business and serving as an officer in the US Army, and I yearned to move my young family back to my NC roots after a long west coast tenure, so we decided to apply to the North Carolina Hemp Pilot Program in 2018, and we’ve been growing hemp ever since.
Sweet Little Something
Sweet Little Something owner, Annie Pambaguian grew up in Paris but spent the summers at her grandparents’ house in the country where the scent of wild thyme, anise, and lavender filled every inch of land. After graduating from culinary school, Annie served as an apprentice at high-end restaurants in Paris, where she learned how to make a wide variety of dishes in a fast-paced environment. She then spent several years working as a caterer. She moved to Chapel Hill in the nineties working as the pastry chef and the head chef at several area restaurants. She started Sweet Little Something in 2009, specializing in desserts and bite-sized appetizers. In the words of food writer Courtenay Beinhorn Dunk, Annie has “a zeal for perfection, a light, elegant hand — and an insatiable curiosity about flavor.”
Vortex Roasters Coffee Company was started because of a big love of coffee A love for the flavors of a great cup, the process of creating that perfect cup and the appreciable nuances between different beans, different roasts and different brewing methods. Coming from a love for the sensations of a warm mug on a cool morning with the aromas of coffee drifting through the air as you take that first magical sip is such a memorable one.
Our mission at Vortex Roasters is to provide great coffee to our customers, sourced from farms where the coffee is grown with environmentally mindful practices by conscientious farmers and producers, purchased at a better than fair price while improving the economic situations of our farer partners and their communities. Sustainable. Ethical. Beneficial.