Weekly update

This week at the market

We’ve got a fun morning ready to go tomorrow at Dogtown! Chef Matt Bell will be cooking again live at the market creating an easy dish with seasonal ingredients that you will be able to find at the market. Check back tomorrow for his recipe! ChefBell3

Chef Matt Bell Live Cooking Demo:

Here’s what you’ll find this week at the market:

Crimmins Family Farm: basil, baby beets, bok choi, cilantro, dill, endive, escarole, kohl rabi, lots of lettuces, radicchio, swiss chard, spinach

Hardin Family Farm: green beans, eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, a rainbow of potatoes and squash, cucumbers, beets, pinto beans

Barnhill Orchards: homegrown slicer tomatoes, blackberries, peaches, squash, zucchini, pickles, cucumbers, hot/sweet peppers, new potatoes, sweet onions, and lettuce

Sprout Urban Farm: cabbage, broccoli, potatoes, figs, chamomile tea, and tinctures

North Pulaski Farms: green beans, sugar snap peas, potatoes, sweet onions, broccoli, lettuce, summer squash, zucchini, slicing and pickling cucumbers

Kornegay Berry Farm: red potatoes, sweet onions, cabbage, peppers, green beans, and BLUEBERRIES!

Cedar Rock Acres: raspberries, blueberries, onions, potatoes, green beans, squash, cucumber, eggs, corn meal, grits, pepper salt, jam, jelly, pickles, and Sauerkraut

Tammy Sue’s Critters: along with all of their favorites, two new soaps will make their debut, Lavender Herb and Frankincense and Myrrh

Geek Eats: Spicy Sriracha and Black Bean & Feta hummus along with all of the usual suspects

Sidney and Son Bread Company – tons of their amazing breads

See you tomorrow!

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