Terry's Old Fashioned Pies & Jams
Terry has been selling pies, jams and jellies like Grandma used to make for thirty years. The rolling pin inherited from Grandma made the first pies sold at the market and is still in use today!
Locally grown fruit is used in her pies, jams and jellies as much as possible. Pies and jams are available made with Saskatoon berries, apples, strawberries, raspberries and rhubarb in many combinations. Chokecherry jelly and crab-apple jelly are also popular.
Frozen unbaked pies are also available.
Everything you need to keep your sweet tooth happy including spudnuts and puffed wheat squares.
Sandy Martens comes from a large Mennonite family. She grew up watching and learning to bake and cook from her Grandmother. Each item is made with love and care but not sparing on flavor.
Items include a variety of cookies & squares and frozen servings of homemade soups, stews & chili.
Year round vendor
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Country Lane Market
Barb Unruh & Henry Unruh
Country Lane Market is 20km outside of Saskatoon - "Bringing Our Small Farm Products to the City".
Fresh free run eggs, preserves, baking , and sewing year-round.
Bedding plants, fresh fruit, and veggies seasonally.
Linda Boyle & Gary Boyle
Vivian Ryma & Van Mostowchuk
Vivian brings her jam, jelly and pickles. Vivian and Van bring vegetables in season as well as many sewn and crocheted items like towels dishcloths, aprons, oven mitts, baby accessories, and recycled jean creations
Gramma Pat’s Preserves
Sweet and spicy pepper jellies.