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Sausage Masters at Yamashiro Farmers Market

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At Yamashiro Farmers Market we are lucky to be surrounded each week by delicious food vendors. This week we are featuring Sausage Masters and their mouth watering varieties of meat.

Sausage Masters offers a wide variety of sausages including Bratwurst, Kielbasa, Hot Links, Polish, and all-beef Kosher hot dogs to name a few. Which is the best? Each one has its loyal defenders. You’ll just have to try them for yourself!

We’re happy to have Sausage Masters at the market this week and can’t wait to try one of their flavorful sausages. Have you tried a sausage from Sausage Masters yet? Let us know you’re favorite flavor in the comments!

August 20th, 2014 No Comments

Front Porch Pops at Yamashiro Farmers Market

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With the weather on the rise and everyone in Los Angeles sweating through the dog days of August, any opportunity to cool off for a moment is a welcomed one. Thankfully, each week we have the chance to chill out with a delicious gourmet ice pop from Front Porch Pops!

The Story of Front Porch Pops

“The day after Christmas 2010, Front Porch Pops proprietor and chef, Erin Whitcomb, sat on a bar stool in Seattle next to her friend Kiah. In a moment of Maker’s Mark-fueled bravery, she blurted out, “So, I’ve been thinking about popsicles…like a lot.”

​ Over a year after being laid off from her job as an event planner at a TV station she was mulling over the notion of pursuing her first love of cooking as a new career path. Well-versed in Erin’s history of delicious creations, Kiah replied, “Awesome! Go for it!”

​With that, Front Porch Pops was born. Well…almost…

​Months of recipe development, research and what many deemed frighteningly pop-centric behavior ensued before finally, in June 2011, we proudly sold our first pop.

​From that first Tangy Lemon Cream sold to a dear friend at the American Legion in Placentia where we had our first kitchen, to our new shop in Orange, we take great pride in handcrafting gourmet ice pops and ice cream in more flavors than you can shake a stick at!”

One of our favorite Front Porch Pops is the Blueberry Lemon Creamsicle. It’s sweet, jammy blueberries accented with tart lemon juice and rich, creamy vanilla filling on the inside. Sound good? Come pick one up for yourself this Thursday! Yamashiro Farmers Market is each Thursday from 5pm – 9pm until September 4th.

August 13th, 2014 No Comments

Conscious Foods at Yamashiro Farmers Market

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Join us this Thursday for another fun night at Yamashiro Farmers Market. As always there will be delicious food vendors, live music, drinks and fun and games for the kids. To help prepare you for this week’s market we would like to introduce you to another great food vendor: Conscious Foods.


Conscious Foods was founded on the fact that food products can have both nutrition and appeal. Our first product line, Amygdala, has a short list of ingredients – each with its own benefit in health. It delivers a somewhat familiar taste, yet it remains new, and it is good for the body. We work hard to keep our products fresh, and we are constantly developing new items to meet the needs and wants of our patrons.

Our goal: To bring to your markets, innovation in taste.
Amygdala – Almond Based Spread
Whipped Garlic & Parsley – Mediterranean Salsa, Whipped Garlic with a Parsley Spread

Offering almond based, gluten-free, vegan, and low sodium dipping sauces.

Our Amygdala dips are the first product of its kind and fits perfectly into today’s growing health consciousness. It is great on crackers, pasta, vegetables, chicken and sandwiches.

Healthy and delicious is the only way a Californian snacks. Dip you veggies or crackers into the nutritious, almond and sunflower. High in protein and vitamins, it is so good for your whole body. We blend real sunflowers with almond into the creamiest, most decadent spread your sandwich ever saw. Snack on with a smile and discover! recipes at eatingconscious.com.

August 7th, 2014 No Comments