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Friends of the Market, Here’s another delicious recipe from Abby. Wilted Spinach and Rhubarb Salad Serves 2 1/2 pound fresh spinach — cleaned, stemmed, and dried ¾ c rhubarb, cut diagonally into thin slices ¾ c water 1 Tablespoon sweet red wine vinegar 3 Tablespoons Olive Oil Arrange the spinach leaves on a platter. Place[…]
There is still time to test your soil before planting time. Instructions and boxes are free from the Extension Service. They recently moved to the Gate Center. It’s at the end of Courthouse street, just down from our office. Taking soil samples is easy. The main concern is that you take a “representative” sample. That means[…]
Maureen is one of the founders of the Market. She was an original vendor with Carol Lundgrun and Taffney Taylor. Since 2008, Maureen spent summers making baked goods and bringing extra produce to the Market. Her goal has always been to see the Market become a success. Maureen will tell you that it took all[…]
¼ Cup Grape Juice (or any flavor of juice you prefer) ½ Cup Plain Yogurt (again, substitute flavor of choice) 1 Banana 1 Carrot A handful of frozen (or fresh) strawberries, blueberries, peaches, or any other fruit that catches your fancy 1 Tablespoon of honey ½ teaspoon of fresh grated or powdered ginger ½ teaspoon[…]
2018 Schedule of Events: all events are during the Friday Market and FREE unless noted. April 6-Preseason Vendor meeting and potluck. Open to old and new vendors or anyone curious about the Market. Skyline Bank Conference Center 11 am-2 pm May 11– Grand Opening! Sunday May 27– Farm Day. Join us at Wagon Wheel Farm from[…]
Fresh Ricotta- A simple cheese recipe you can use in a variety of recipes. Makes about 2 cups 7 cups unhomogenized whole milk 3 tablespoons distilled white vinegar or 4 tablespoons lemon juice Salt Step 1. Put the milk into a stainless steel saucepan and stir in the vinegar or lemon juice. Step[…]
The Cunninghams operate Bear Tree Farm, a small apiary in western Grayson County. Tina and Mickey joined the Market in 2013 and have been tireless volunteers. They helped expand the Apple Festival and run one of the presses with their neighbors the Clarks. Mickey taught beekeeping at IFM workshops and brought his bee gear to[…]
Customers at the Farmers Market often ask, “How do you grow your onions so big?” While many factors go into growing big tasty onions, it’s your location in relation to the equator which matters most. In other words, what’s your latitude? Yep, that’s right, latitude.