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As promised, we are holding a special event to thank our *Market Heroes* for their amazing financial support this year! This weekend only, if you have donated $30+ to our fundraising campaign, you are eligible to take part in this event! How to participate: 1. Come to market WITH YOUR MARKET HERO TOTE BAG. If…(Read More)

Land of Plenty

Written by Karma Glos of Kingbird Farm As the growing season comes to an end and we reap the harvest grown in these rich temperate soils, I am conscious to count my blessings. We live and farm in a region of the country where natural resources are abundant and the climate generally supportive. While we…(Read More)

Written by Karma Glos of Kingbird Farm The pansies have run amuck. They are my most pernicious weed. The clematis have burned in the drought, but may have a second chance to bloom this fall. The salvias are blazing their nectar advertisement to the hummingbirds and basking in the heat. The tomatoes are starting to…(Read More)

This might be our biggest news ever! Our friends at Ithaca Hummus have pledged to match EVERY SINGLE donation to our Market Hero fundraiser this weekend, Thursday-Sunday, July 9-12, with NO LIMIT! They want us to meet our goal of $20,000 – or even surpass it! If you’ve been on the fence…(Read More)

UPDATE JULY 17, 2020 Starting this weekend, on site dining is allowed again. But for now, it’s ONLY allowed at picnic tables. This allows us to monitor the situation more closely and make sure people are wearing their masks at all times except when seated. Eating in the pavilion, on the dock or anywhere…(Read More)

Recipe by Instagram user @samanthanfountain CRUST INGREDIENTS1 1/4 cups AP flour1/4 tsp salt1 stick of butter, cubed and cold1/4 cup cold water CRUST PREPARATIONPreheat oven to 400°. Mix the flour and salt in a food processor, then add butter and blitz until it becomes similar in texture to small breadcrumbs. Add 1…(Read More)

Updated July 17, 2020 Stay home if you are sick. Send only one or two people from your household or group to shop. If you come with more than two people, you will NOT all be allowed in the pavilion at once. Once we hit maximum capacity in the pavilion, we will form a line…(Read More)

Recipe by Allison Hancock of The Silver Spoon Celery root is a humble vegetable. Often covered with knobby shoots on it’s dusty brown exterior, it is no contender for ‘most beautiful root’. But luckily, appearance doesn’t dictate flavor. Celery root, otherwise known as celeriac, is available in our area through early to mid…(Read More)

Recipe by Rachel Perlmutter This salad looks simple, but the flavors are springy, complex and elegant – perfect for a special occasion – like Mother’s Day! Homemade gomasio (Japanese sesame salt) is easy to make and adds an addictively nutty crunch. This recipe makes more vinaigrette than you’ll need for the salad, but the leftovers…(Read More)

RECIPE: Jambalaya

Recipe by Ashley Smith of Dynamic Nutrition. Since we’re stuck in a perpetual Ground Hog Day right now, and the weather can’t decide between winter and spring, we have a nice, warm recipe for you today. This dish traditionally has chicken and shrimp, but I just used the andouille sausage I had on…(Read More)

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