We are having a ton of fun at the Earlysville Farmers Market. 10 vendors thus far, 5 of which have fresh and local produce primarily. Beef, chicken, ham, pork barbecue, vegetarian cuisine and chutneys. Dinner is definitely doable. So swing on in the parking lot at Buck Mountain Episcopal Church Parish Hall parking lot. Stroll through our merry marketeers and let your imagination run wild with dinner plans.
You’ll find dessert also, of course, Cookies, cakes, sweet breads, madeleines, apples, if you’d rather skip the prepared dessert and go simple.
Come by! You just never know what you’ll discover beyond a great time!!
Hey there, Happy Spring!
The Earlysville Farmers Market will open on THU MAY 7, 4 – 7 pm. More details to follow so stay tuned!
Our bright welcoming banner!
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” :
Cooking with Kay: How to Freeze Fresh Berries | Eat Healthy.
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!
Recipes Fresh from the Farmers’ Market | Eating Well.
There are so many reasons to eat lots of fresh, crisp vegetables and fruit, especially locally grown, as we all know. Vibrant colors, aromatic, so fine to look at, the minerals and vitamins seem to jump out at you. You can taste them as you chew! Remember digestion starts in the mouth, so make sure to chew 50 – 100 times. That is difficult, you really have to concentrate, which means you take your time therefore perhaps it could be a weight loss technique! Naturally veggies have a high water content, so they fill you up and are low in calories so you can eat lots. Fruit does contain more calories and is a simple carbohydrate but imparts quite a lot of healthful benefits. It is much better to eat the whole fruit as opposed to juice because you have the benefit of the fiber. So apparently, as you will read in the article below, when you eat more fruit and veggies, 2 extra servings, you will notice a change in your skin….. you exhibit a healthy glow and we’re not talking radioactive! We’re talking happy skin, which is the largest organ of your body.
fruit, vegetables, skin, tone, attractive, pretty, beautiful,. from ‘Wellbeing’
soft and moist, slightly sweet melons
tomatoes and squash, great in salads, soups, sauteed, sauces
So, make sure to stop often and stock up on our fruit and veggies. Make your skin happy! Smile, you’re feel good, inside and out!