Tasty oyster mushrooms from Herb n Oyster Fresh & Full of Flavor "Doesn't that smell amazing?" One of the many great overheard lines at market this past weekend was a sentiment shared by many as the abundance of flowers and fresh herbs made their presence known to passersby.
The wonderfully fresh produce of summer hogs the spotlight this time of year, but we wanted to take some time to acknowledge the accents of flavor and color that make trips to the market worth it.
First sweet cherries of the season from Door County Fruit Markets Hot Peppers & Cool Cucumbers Cold A/C and dips in the pool may be the best remedies for dealing with this July heatwave. Though even as we try to pass through the thick of it, we can take some relief in knowing that the summer produce is soaking it all up. Between the tableful of pints of fresh cherry tomatoes from Black Earth Valley, to the array of summer squash in at Urban Gourmet (pictured), it's plain to s
No better time for Summer Sausage from Underground Meats A Touch of Rain & Burst of Green The first market of July brought us many great things this last Saturday, even if it came with a bit of rain.
Fresh red and black raspberries were in from Sai's Garden, alongside some beautiful purple carrots and red leaf amaranth. For those of you who haven't given leaf amaranth a try, it makes a great alternative to spinach with a little more color to enjoy. Some summer staples roll
Star Cookies from Chris & Lori's Bakehouse Freedom & Peas Firstly, a "Happy 4th of July!" to everyone out there in the market community. We hope you all have a chance today to enjoy some tasty summer eats and time with family and loved ones.
We're grateful to have this day where we can press pause on the daily grind and take some time to appreciate our wealth of good food here in the US. From the simple crisp snap of peas from Live Jewelry Farm (pictured) to an elegant dis