11 responses to Maryland Amish

  • Comment on Maryland Amish (March 6th, 2011 at 17:14)

    Do the Amish dress and package beef and pork as was done in the seventies. My family is interested in purchasing meats from the Amish. What are the requirements to accomplish this request. If so, is there any way to contact the Amish in Mechanicsville, Md or Lancaster, PA

  • Sydney
    Comment on Maryland Amish (May 17th, 2011 at 19:03)

    I visited an “Amish Market” in Burtonsville, MD which has since moved to Laurel, MD. I didn’t think to ask what district they were from. Does anyone know?

    • Robin Miller
      Comment on Maryland Amish (November 30th, 2011 at 22:12)

      Also, Sydney, I believe the Amish who are vendors at the markets in Laurel and formerly at Burtonsville are from Lancaster County. I know that the vendors at the Annapolis market come down from Lancaster County. Have had some nice conversations with the delightful teens who work there.

  • Rachel Ward
    Comment on Maryland Amish (October 16th, 2011 at 18:23)

    I know both of those shops and who runs them!

  • Robin Miller
    Comment on Maryland Amish (November 30th, 2011 at 22:10)

    I grew up outside of Washington, DC and not far from the Southern Maryland/St. Mary’s County Amish settlements. It was always a treat, fascinating to drive the side roads around Charlotte Hall area as a child. Also, we’d pass through the Loveville area and always thought that those settled there were Amish … now I know the difference! We are driving to Maryland this weekend and am looking forward to our pass through St. Mary’s County, hoping to stop at the market in Charlotte Hall.

    Maryland Amish

  • Melissa
    Comment on Maryland Amish (November 30th, 2011 at 22:27)

    Nice little Dutch Market in Laurel...

    The “Dutch Market” in Laurel, MD is a nice little market. Their meats, cheeses, desserts, and fruits/veggies are always top notch! I was there a few times at the end of the weekend and saw them loading things into trailers and vans with PA plates on them, so I would assume they are Lancaster Amish. I miss being able to go to that market and the Bird-in-Hand market in PA.

    Eric–have you ever visited the Amish settlements in Oklahoma? I would love to find out more about what they might have to offer in way of markets/bulk dry goods.

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    • Comment on Maryland Amish (November 30th, 2011 at 22:33)

      OK Amish

      Melissa my orbits haven’t yet taken me to Oklahoma, but since it has my favorite name of all states, I need to someday!

      Here is a little piece I wrote on the Amish in OK though…it’s not super detailed on the businesses, but it mentions some names of food-related businesses (also the auction), which you can then Google for more specific details: http://amishamerica.com/oklahoma-amish/

      Come to think of it Oklahoma might also have the best postal abbreviation :) It’s at least pretty OK ;)

      Maryland Amish

  • Tracye
    Comment on Maryland Amish (August 11th, 2012 at 10:40)

    Kitchen cabinets

    Im interested in shaker style cabinets for my kitchen. Was in a cabinet store and saw shaker style cabinets called” wave hill” . Do you make this cabinet and if so where can I purchase them. I already have measurements.

  • Steve
    Comment on Maryland Amish (March 8th, 2013 at 10:33)

    free wood

    I have a distribution company that has a waste product of wooden crates. We send them to the landfill but I want to find an Amish group that could recycle them into their finished products.

  • Kelly B
    Comment on Maryland Amish (July 26th, 2013 at 12:06)

    Amish Markets

    Looking for an Amish Market to rent space in Essex MD. Approx 10-30 K square feet for really cheap. How would I go about contacting someone to see if there would be an interest to open an Amish Market in that area? Any help is appreciated.

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