May is here!

It’s starting to heat up and so is the White Rock Local Market!  This weekend’s everything market is going to be great now that more produce and fruits (PEACHES!!) are being harvested and brought straight to you – NO MIDDLE MEN!  Okay.  So you love this service.  We love doing it for you.  We want to do more and your generous support is needed to make this a reality.  Would you be a member?  It’s a tax-deductable way to support YOUR community.  Did you complain about Washington and big business this week?  Me too!  Throw some of that tax-deductable cash our way to prove that you really care about LOCAL.   See more info here:

This month’s vendor line up:

Y’all come see me!



May 7, 2012 at 4:06 pm Leave a comment

April Line-Up

Cita’s Salsa
Fresh, preservative-free salsa

Corked In Texas
Fine local Texas wines

EMA Baking Co
Small batch handmade biscotti

Eagle Mountain Farmstead Cheese
Trappist style and gouda style cheese

Empire Baking Company
Artisan daily breads

Farmer Jones Eco Friendly Plants and Produce
Seasonal produce and plants seedlings

Fruth Farms Southwest
Natural Pasture Raised Hens, Beef, Goat and Produce

Good Earth Organic Farm
Seasonal organic produce

Grapevine Grains
Whole grain products and fresh rolled oats

Homestead Land and Cattle Company
Grass-fed beef, chicken and lamb

In a Pickle
Small Batch/Hand-made pickles and jams

JJ&B, LLC – Jellies Jams & Butters
Hand-crafted jams, jellies and fruit butters

JuHa Ranch
All natural meats and eggs

Kitchen Pride Mushrooms
Fresh oyster, shitake, portobello mushrooms

Latte Da Dairy
Artisan goat cheeses

Lucido Pasta and Preserves
Local and family owned homemade pastas

Magnolia Seafood
Gulfcoast shrimp

Miltons Honey-Roasted Nuts
Chili-honey roasted nuts and specialty salts

Noble Coyote Coffee
Fresh, small batch roasted coffee

Rae Lilli Farm
Seasonal produce

Stephanie’s Premium Bakery
Sugar-free, gluten-free cookies

Texas Honey Bee Guild
Extra Virgin Zipcode Honey

Texas Olive Ranch
Texas produced olive oils

Texas Worm Ranch
Worm wine, worms, produce and herbs

The Tamale Company
Lard-free, gluten-free, boil in bag tamales

Three Happy Cows
Greek, drinkable and frozen yogurt

Tough Cookie
Vegan baked goods

Village Baking Company
Artisan daily breads and pastries

Wackym’s Kitchen
Natural artisan cookies



Abundantly Aromatic
An aromatic experience with nature

Aliona K Jewelry
Fine art jewelry

Andres Blanon
Macrame Jewelry, Handmade Purses and Scarves

Bamboo Dallas
Bamboo art, craft and culture

Bella Rose Jewelry Designs
Silver, Copper, Bronze Jewelry

Dave’s Feeders
Handcrafted Wild Bird Feeders

The Fiber Finch
Unique! Textured! Colorful! Alive!

Gotta Have-It Knits!
Unique, adorable, hand-knit hats

David Anthony Harman
Historic Dallas silkscreen prints

La Alicia
Handmade earth-friendly frills

O’Kelley Woodworks
Classic stained cedar Adirondack chairs

One Fish Two Fish
Concrete and driftwood planters with succulents

Handmade Jewelry & Local Photography

Patti Haskins Critter Central
Handmade Stuffed Animals

Purple Ranch Lavender Farm
Lavender bath and home products

Rain Barrel Guys
Rain Barrels

Hannah Rayne Aikin
Laser-cut Wooden Jewelry

Red Ranger Ray Guns
Rayguns for everyone!

Sanford Vintage Bikes
Affordable Vintage Bikes

Wire, mirror, and glass bead mobiles

Tiffany on a Stick
Recycled glass yard art

The Toy Crafter
Handcrafted Wooden Toys

Vintage Loving Mama
Glamous, boutique-like handmade items

Waggin’ Tail Treats
All natural dog treats

Wild West Soap Shop
Luxurious goat milk soap


April 3, 2012 at 4:32 pm Leave a comment

Pie Contest!!!

April 1, 2012 at 9:20 pm Leave a comment

Join YOUR WRLM today!

White Rock Local Market is a 501c(3) tax exempt organization. All donations are tax deductible. Joining White Rock Local Market as a member means contributing to its sustainability. There are plenty of reasons to support WRLM, and it’s not just about the healthy, locally grown and handcrafted products found nowhere else. In the four years since we began, WRLM has transformed an otherwise barren parking lot into a vibrant celebration of our community and neighborhoods.

We have incubated small businesses, provided crucial support to organic farmers, funded field trips for kids, supported our area public and private schools, and introduced a successful SNAP/Lone Star Card food stamp program. These programs are just the beginning – but we need your help.

For our 2012 season, we are expanding cooking demonstrations, offering workshops from organic gardening pros, partnering with area public and private schools, and that is just a start. If you have benefited from this non-profit market, consider a small donation. Help us grow our programs and transform into a sustainable institution.

Click the DONATE button and make a donation.  We will contact you for the rest.  Show your love!


March 26, 2012 at 4:19 pm Leave a comment

Nothing is more local than chili…

History is sketchy when it comes to chili.  I just read a folktale that suggests that chili may have originated as a way to dispose of Spanish Conquistadors.  Also, its consumption may have been a way of justifying the actions of Billy the Kid.  Around our house, we make chili as a guarantee that the kids will eat and enjoy a home-cooked meal.  Chili can be calculated carefully by and enthusiast, or desperately concocted by a busy American family throwing in everything but the kitchen sink.

Whatever the reason for chili, we know that chili is as seasonal as it gets.  Chili blends local and preserved peppers and spices, marauding (ex: local, grass-fed) cattle, the dried beans from storage and the preserved tomatoes from last summer’s bumper crop under the Texas sun.  In March, our summer harvests are still growing and we need to eat from the pantry.  What better way to celebrate than to throw together a pot of early spring chili?

We would love your entry in our March 24 Chili Cook-Off.  There will be prizes and bragging rights and you will be supporting our local economy.  Details here:  ENTER TODAY!

March 15, 2012 at 2:13 pm 1 comment

March 10!! Opening Day!! Opening Day!! Rain or Shine…

On to Year Four! White Rock Local Market begins its fourth season Saturday, March 10, welcoming veteran vendors as well as some new. We’re excited to start a new “growers only” policy where farmers will only bring what they’ve grown themselves, or what they can accurately label from other farmers.  We’re excited to invite backyard farmers to join us at our Gardeners Table – no harvest is too small! We welcome new vendors Latte Da Dairy, Three Happy Cows, Citas Salsa and Corked in Texas.  And you can’t get more local than newcomers Hypnotic Donuts and Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters – both from East Dallas.
Organic growers Farmer Jones Plants and Produce, Texas Worm Ranch and Good Earth Organics are back, as well as Kitchen Pride Mushrooms. Later in the spring we’ll be joined by Rae Lilli Farm, Sachse Heritage Farms, Larken Farms and Lightsey Farms. Juha Ranch returns with grassfed beef, chicken, lamb, pork and eggs; Homestead Heritage will be there with their wide variety of meats and cheeses. Eagle Mountain Cheese, Grapevine Grains, The Tamale Company, Lucido’s Pasta, and Texas Olive Ranch.  Empire Baking and Village Baking Company will be there, along with Tough Cookie Vegan Bakery and newcomers The Bread Crumb and EMA Baking. 
And, of course, March 10 will be our Everything Market, complete with fabulous art, clothes, jewelry, toys, furniture and more – all  made by North Texans.

March 7, 2012 at 5:36 pm Leave a comment

Congratulations Lone Oak Winery!

We were pleased to hear that Corked in Texas will be presenting the Lone Oak  Winery:

White mosaic- blend chenin blanc, viognier, and muscat.
Viognier: Double Gold – San Francisco Chronicle Competition, Bronze – Dallas Morning News.
Sweet moscato – all muscat: Silver – Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Wine Competition.
Tempranillo 2009: Bronze – Dallas Morning News.

White Rock Local Market wishes congratulations to Lone Oak Winery on these awards for their achievements!

March 4, 2012 at 4:47 am Leave a comment

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