Fresh loaves of bread from Stella's Bakery Somewhere In-Between This week's blast of heat sure feels like peak summer, but taking a look around the market and the signs of the approaching fall are creeping in.
We saw it down at the County Line Plants & Produce booth as we welcomed them back to market last weekend. In addition to the tables of fresh tomatoes, the first winter squash of the season appear, marking the changes to come.
Over at Sai's Garden ground cherries (p
Early season apples from Green's Pleasant Springs Orchard For the Familiar, For the Unknown We've all done it. Let's just admit it.
We've come to the market with our shopping list in hand, set on finding what we're after, only to let ourselves be tempted by something unexpected.
Fresh lemongrass from Shoua Vang (pictured) wasn't on the list this week, but how could we pass it up? Perhaps it was temptation that led us astray. Those delicious looking sconuts from Chris &
Last week's produce offerings from JenEhr Family Farm Something Sweet & Special For those of us missing out on the many special things things a normal summer has to offer, the market has been a blessing.
Whether it's the vacation spot that's out of reach or your go-to date night restaurant being closed, we're missing a lot of the summer-specific favorites this year due to COVID-19. The market has become a great release for us in the absence of these normal routes for summe
Happy National Farmers' Market Week! The celebration of the 2020 National Farmers Market Week looks a little differently this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but we still have plenty to celebrate. In some ways, we've more to celebrate than ever this season as keeping the market running has been essential for so many. For our farmers and producers who lost restaurant and wholesale accounts due to the pandemic, the market has been a reliable source of income as they share th