Chelsea Farmers Market October 1
- Photo by Lisa Carolin. Jason Norman of Stone Heart Breads and Bakery.
The Chelsea Farmers Market takes place every Saturday from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Palmer Parking lot
Chelsea Update is profiling vendors at the Chelsea Farmers Market and this week it is Stone Hearth Breads and Bakery.
Stone Hearth Breads and Bakery is a vendor at both the Saturday and Wednesday Chelsea Farmers Markets. Adam Ulbin, Sr. has owned the business, which has a retail store in Brooklyn, Michigan, for the last 11 years.
His son, Adam Ulbin, Jr. is the main baker for the business, which sells a variety of breads, sweet buns, brownies, and cookies, as well as pepperoni rolls, and “turkey gobblers” – turkey and Swiss cheese wrapped in rosemary bread.
“Our baker can make anything out of bread and takes special requests,” said Jason Norman, who runs the Saturday stand. “We’ll be selling turkeys (bread-shaped) for Thanksgiving, and Santa Claus faces, reindeer, and candy canes for Christmas.”
- Photo by Lisa Carolin.
Norman says Stone Hearth’s biggest selling variety of bread is apple cinnamon. They will soon be introducing a pumpkin bun at the markets.
As far as being at the Chelsea markets goes, Norman says, “I like the people here. I like this community.”