Very important information especially when you have bought your fresh and local favorites from the market. You want to have an advantage for keeping them fresh and yummy!
Archive for July, 2012
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I am certain you will find these recipes easy to use this summer. Crock Pots are wonderful time savers, or should I say freer uppers!! Assemble the meal in the morning and spend the day at the pool, gardening, take a day trip, go to a civil war battlefield, whatever, then stop at the market on your way home for some veggies, fruit and/ or dessert!! Enjoy that delish meal you already have waiting upon your return!
REMEMBER………. in case you crave PULLED PORK and don’t have it cooking in the crock pot, you can pick up locally made pulled pork from our #1 Favorite Vendor 2011, John Faulknier. He and wife Pat make delicious pulled pork. Look for their wooden PIG sign at their produce tent at the Earlysville Farmers Market.
A beautiful entry for your recipe collection. Perfect for the fresh spinach & eggs you picked up at the Earlysville Market. Add a salad made with market ingredients as well as a hearty loaf of bread!
Enjoy~ See you at the market on Thursdays 4 – 7 pm next to former Whytes store!!
Take a look at this unique unusually good yellow squash grown on Lettuce Grow Farm, in Barboursville. Make sure you stop by our market to see all manner of unique produce and fruit. We have the best fresh food in Earlysville!! Lettuce Grow Farm also has Gourmet Lettuce Blend, Beets, Turnips, Radishes, Zucchini, Squash, Cucumbers (first of the season!), Swiss Chard, and hopefully: Onions, Carrots, Kohlrabi & Herbs
Do you put your berries away ‘for a rainy’ day? Here is a helpful article on freezing the nutritious fruity gems from ” Eat Healthy Your Way” :
Cooler temps this week, stop by the market to stock up on our wonderful selection of produce and fruits. Look through the recipes from Eating Well magazine. Yummy Good!