Blink and it's Gone
Fresh potatoes from Crossroads Community Farm Blink and it's Gone. Say it isn't so! The end of August is here? Already? The kids are heading back to school next week, people are shoring up their Labor Day weekend plans and the farmers' market is heading into the third and final session of the season. Thankfully that means we have ten more weeks to enjoy all the Wisconsin produce, fresh baked breads, savory cheeses and all our other favorites before we pack it in for the
Try or Try not? TRY!
Cheese offerings from Landmark Creamery Try or Try Not? TRY! We're at that point in the season where choices have to be made. There's simply not enough time or meals in the week to squeeze all that summertime goodness in. Do we go with the tried and true Flyte Family Farm blueberries for our fruit snack or should we branch out and snag some of those newly arriving ground cherries? Sure we may all have our favorite variety of tomato for our sandwiches and salads, but then
Minor Players - Major Characters
Fresh aronia berries from Urban Gourmet Minor Players - Major Characters Not to throw shade, but fresh produce hogs the mid-season spotlight. We get it. Who could look away from the glistening stack of melons from Green's Pleasant Springs Orchard or those enormous opo squash from Shoua Vang? We're not saying produce doesn't deserve the accolades, but what about the other players out there giving the mid-season the full encompassing market performance that brings us back week
Happy National Farmers' Market Week!
Grow Your Own Mushroom kits from Herb n Oyster Happy National Farmers' Market Week! National Farmers' Market Week is always one for the books. For us here in Wisconsin, it comes right in the middle of market season where it feels like the celebration is well under way. The tents are packed with fresh produce of all sorts, from heads of JenEhr Family Farm cauliflower (pictured) to those tasty red Sweet Carmen peppers from Black Earth Produce. For many of us, celebrati
Eat Your Fill
Bitter Melon from Sai's Garden Eat Your Fill The produce was abundant, the flowers were beautiful and one couldn't have asked for better weather. All signs pointed to a near perfect market this last weekend. This time of year has us spinning in circles deciding what we can fit in each week. Is there time for roasting tomatillos (pictured) from Natalie's Garden & Greenhouse to make that tasty salsa verde? Or are we better off putting up raspberry jam with fresh red raspbe