Our 2023 Food & Farms Holiday Gift Guide is here!
We’re excited to share another round up of local farms and food businesses you can support during the holidays this year. Shop local, shop small, and thank your farmer this season! Simply click the image below to swipe through our gift guide, and scroll down for links to purchase products as well as a short list of a few holiday markets happening around the region this season.
Gift card to ʔálʔal Café
Located in the heart of Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood, ʔálʔal Café reclaims and reintroduces traditional Indigenous foods in a modern café setting.
Miso from Yoka Miso
Woman-owned and family operated, Yoka Miso is dedicated to producing the highest quality miso paste in the PNW. Purchase at a variety of farmers markets and local retailers around the region.
Veggie CSA from Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Cooperative
The Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Cooperative is a nonprofit comprised of 21 local farms working together to supply community members with fresh produce. The Cooperative offers a winter and an all-season veggie CSA with an optional egg add-on.
Gift card to Three Sacks Full
Three Sacks Full is a former pop-up and now brick and mortar restaurant in Seattle dedicated to serving wholesome, satisfying food based largely on vegetables and grains. Their menu uses organic produce grown on the owner’s farm in the Snoqualmie Valley.
Fruit CSA from Collins Family Orchards
Collins Family Orchards is a 4th generation family farm sustainably growing a variety of tree fruits in Selah, Washington. They offer a winter fruit CSA consisting largely of apples and pears.
Whole grain baking class at The Bread Lab
Learn to create 100% whole wheat bread that’s successful every time in this 4-hour baking class. Class includes a tour of the milling room and seed library, and you’ll leave with delicious whole wheat bread loaves and rolls that you made yourself.
Trees and shrubs from the KCD Native Plant Sale
King Conservation District hosts an annual Native Plant Sale that offers a variety of native trees and shrubs for conservation purposes or home and garden projects.
Tortillas and cornbread from Milpa Masa
Milpa Masa is a small batch bakery in West Seattle selling tortillas and cornbread, as well as salsa, hominy, and other traditional Mexican delicacies.
Flower dye kits from Bumblebee Farm
Use flowers grown on Bumblebee Farm (marigold, chamomile, and black hollyhock) to dye your own silk scarf! Kits contain a scarf along with instructions and the appropriate amounts of mordant and flowers for dyeing.
Sauces from Lesedi Farm
Lesedi Farm is a small farm run by Dorcas Young on Whidbey Island. Dorcas sells produce as well as Botswana-style meals and delicious pantry items. Find her collection of sauces (peri peri, marula mango, and pumpkin seed sauce) on her website or at farmers markets on Whidbey Island or around Seattle.
Looking for more places to shop local?
Check out these holiday markets happening around the region.
Jubliee Farm Holiday Mercantile (Carnation)
Yes Ma Night Market (Seattle)
Holiday Open House at Hazel Blue Acres (Arlington)