David MacKenney | (602) 573-7649 | Email Vendor
PRODUCTS: honey lemonade
Below are the current Vendors that sell prepared food at our markets.
David MacKenney | (602) 573-7649 | Email Vendor
PRODUCTS: honey lemonade
Carol Kunes | (602) 722-1358 | Email Vendor
We sell homemade jams, jellies and marmalades made with fruits we grow or pick ourselves. We offer a wide variety of unique flavors.
PRODUCTS: jam, jellies and marmalade
Claudine Borjeily | (623) 5656872 | Email Vendor
We make authentic Lebanese food such as Hommous-Bi-Thineh, Baba Ghannouge, Tabbouleh, Lebanese Bread (PITA), Zaatar pies (herb pizza), Labneh. Chicken Tawoo’ and Beef Shawarma sandwiches, and more.
PRODUCTS: authentic Lebanese food
Hernandez Farm, located in Chino Valley, is a beautiful example of a family run farm. It’s impeccable rows and abundant plants are cared for by Ruben and Maria Hernandez along with their 8 children and 17 grandchildren. Nearly every member of this large family lives within minutes of each other, and they’re all involved in maintaining the farm. Even the smallest of grandchildren love to get their hands dirty alongside their beloved grandfather. Ruben has been farming his whole life. The skills he has developed are obvious in the lushness of the crops. The wide variety of produce that can be found at both the Prescott and Chino Valley Farmers Market from this farm is naturally grown without chemical pesticides or herbicides.
This winter the Hernandez Family is selling tamales made with their home-grown chile sauces. They also have homemade flour and corn tortillas and sweet empanadas for sale.
PRODUCTS: vegetables, prepared foods.
Susan Fiebig | (602) 695-2306 | Email Vendor
PRODUCTS: prepared foods
Bonnylin Dalke | (928) 778-9622 | Email Vendor
Vince, Bonnylin and their daughter Becky sell baked goods, gourds, devil’s claw, onions, garlic, and javelina hat pins and earrings.
PRODUCTS: prepared foods, crafts
Leslie Cronquist & Mark Finn | (928) 442-3353 | Email Vendor
The L Bell Ranch is a small family owned and operated business, located in beautiful Skull Valley. Lloyd and Leslie Bell began raising Registered Black Angus cattle on the ranch in the 1960s. The ranch now has an Angus and Angus/Cross herd. The ranch is composed of a varied terrain with most of the land on the valley floor. Many of these acres are irrigated pastures filled with a variety of grasses, legumes and native plants. This provides the cattle with a diverse array of nutrients, keeping them happy and healthy.
Our grass-fed cows are raised with no hormones, no antibiotics and no feeds other than pasture grass with hay forage added in the winter. They have access to lots of water and sunshine! Our flock of cage-free, mixed-breed chickens provides eggs throughout the year. Herbs, vegetables and plants are grown naturally with no chemical sprays or fertilizers using organic methods.
Products: Natural grass-fed beef, eggs, fresh and dried herbs, plants, baked goods, salt and pepper herb blends
Estella Sedlmeier | (623) 640-9911 | Email Vendor
Molly’s Tamales are carefully made with Arizona Grown Produce. We offer about 12 different variety of tamales using no lard or shortening, no preservative added. All tamales are gluten free. We also make burritos to order. .
Estella has been making tamales since she was a little girl. Her abuelita taught her the art of tamale making and since then she created 18 different kinds of tamales for the public to enjoy.
We produce healthy tamales that are high in antioxidants, and that the whole family can enjoy. Our tamales have no lard, shortening, or soy, and are gluten-free. Available at the Prescott, Flagstaff and Phoenix farmers markets, our restaurant in Phoenix, art and craft shows and health stores.
PRODUCTS: tamales and burritos
Pricillah Finney | (928) 717-2361 | Email Vendor
Safari Samosas are made according to traditional Kenyan methods, utilizing natural and locally available ingredients. All are precooked at a YCCHS approved kitchen then frozen to be baked for home consumption or warmed for sale at prescribed community events. Available at the Saturday and Tuesday Prescott Farmers Markets (frozen & warm), City of Prescott, various Chamber of Commerce, Mountain Artists Guild, Williamson Valley Fire District Arts & Crafts, and Fraternal Order of Eagles courthouse square events (all warm only).
Priscillah Finney, owner, is a native of Kenya who came to the U.S. in 1995. She acquired citizenship in 2009. Since arriving in the U.S., Priscillah provided samosas to church groups, friends, relatives, and neighbors. At their urging, she decided to develop a samosa business.
Purpose: To make, offer and distribute unique African style hors d’oeuvres at an affordable price.
PRODUCTS: seven flavors of samosas, namely beef, chicken, chorizo, mung bean, mushroom, potato, and veggie. Samosas are available any time by order with free delivery (frozen or warm).
Sue Bunger | (928) 420-6696 | Website
Sue Bunger has been selling her baked goods since she was in high school. She has over 30 years of experience as a pastry chef. She worked as Food Service Manager for Marriott Food Services, Gonzaga University and Carrington School District in Washington. She and her husband moved to the Prescott area in 2011 and she began selling delicious baked goods at Prescott Farmers Market in 2012.
Sue is a big supporter of agriculture and a generous member of our community. She is committed to using locally-grown ingredients; she loves to barter with farmers at the market for fresh ingredients and is always on the lookout for new sources of fruit. The flour Sue uses in all her baked goods comes from her son’s farm in Sprague-Carrington, Washington. His and two other families east of Spokane form a small wheat farmer co-op. Sue is proud to use the wheat her son grows in her baked goods.
Sue’s favorite item to bake is pie. She enjoys rolling out the dough and experimenting with different fillings. Her love of pies can be tasted in every one; customers rave about them. Every week Sue donates all of her unsold baked goods to fixed-income seniors through Faith United Community Church.
Maria Pimienta | (602) 435-2604 | www.thetamalestore.com | Email Vendor
We sell the best tamales in Az. All of our tamales are Gluten free, Lard Free, Shortening free, preservative free and MSG free. We also have a line of fresh salsas. Greens and reds made mild, or spicy. We sell our tamales at our store location on cave creek and cactus Tuesday-Friday from 8:30-4pm. We also go to various farmers markets around the valley, you can check out our website for locations, dates and times. We are also in various stores around the valley.
Established in 2007 The Tamale Store is a family owned business with a true understanding of the passion necessary to create only the finest tamales. Each tamale created is a reflection of our twenty years of experience within the catering industry. We always use only the freshest ingredients and employ a one-of -a kind staff with an extraordinary knowledge of what used to be considered an ordinary dish in the U.S.
Martha Castillo is the owner and culinary mastermind behind The Tamale Store’s nationally famous tamales. Her genius recipes stemmed from her love of combining traditional flavors with an innovative twist. Today, you can find her along side her family continually trying to perfect the art of tamale making while simultaneously attempting to become leaders in the tamale industry. It’s certainly a hard job, but Martha’s always been willing to take on a challenge.
PRODUCTS: frozen and fresh meat, vegan and vegetarian tamales made with NO lards, shortenings, preservatives, MSG’s, trans fats or gluten.
Allee Steinberg | (928) 273-9550 | Email Vendor
Allee Steinberg is committed to using locally-grown ingredients in her baked goods. Whether it’s zucchini bread or chile chocolate cookies, her baked goods are delicious! Allee also sources White Sonora wheat from Hayden Flour Mills in Tempe and uses the flour in all of her products.
PRODUCTS: breads, cookies and crackers.
We are a family farm located in Paulden, Arizona. We started selling produce door-to-door in 1995 when our large garden produced more food than our family could eat. We have grown every year since then and now have 15 acres in production. We grow over 100 varieties of vegetables and flowers.
We grow food you can feel good about. We do not use any synthetic fertilizer or chemical pesticides. We enjoy growing food for our community not only as a means of providing healthy sustenance, but also as a way to bring people together. You will find us at the farmers market with a wide variety of vegetables, cut flowers, herbs, and value added products made with our farm’s produce.
Vicki & Doug Thein | Email Vendor | (928) 421-1020
Vicki is keeping up a family tradition; her original chocolate cupcake recipe comes from her grandmother’s recipe box. She makes everything from scratch. Her most popular cupcake flavor is caramel with ganache- but she offers a variety of other flavors such as peanut butter cup, triple chocolate, strawberry, lemon, carrot cake, and red velvet. The lemons, carrots, and dairy are Arizona-grown.
Magic Cakes also serves water and organic, fair-trade coffee. The coffee and use of a commercial kitchen come from Lori Ott at the Kitchen Co-Op LLC on 6th St. in Prescott.
Products: Cupcakes, coffee.
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