Wednesday’s Market

It looks like the rain is over for this week, they’ve down-graded the predicted temps and WEDNESDAY should be a great day to visit your local farmers and ranchers at the Person County Farmers Market!  Make this your mid-week pick-up to refill your empty produce basket and enjoy the truly social aspect of talking with your neighbors and local growers, share recipes and tips.  I learn something every time I talk with our farmers, they’re so knowledgeable!
Catch us from 3-6pm on Wednesdays, 8am-Noon on Saturdays.

Also, please feel free to write me or come by the market to offer your own tips and advice for cooking what you buy here or how to improve our market.  I enjoy your input!

Victoria Compton
Market Manager
personcountyfm@gmail.com

What to do with this week’s Swiss Chard and Garlic?  It’s just this easy

Kale is an easy substitute in this recipe, as well!

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Stillwater Farms and Food will be there with chicken and duck eggs

S&H Farm will have:
Basil
Carrots
Cucumbers – Boothby Blonde and Marketmore
Dill
Kale – Curly
Lettuce mix
Green Peppers
Rosemary
Swiss Chard
Thyme
Sungold Cherry Tomatoes

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Saudade Farm
Rainbow chard
Lettuce
Snap peas
Beets

Abanitu Organics
Garlic
Onions
Basil
Mint
Leeks

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Blue Crown Farm will have:
Whole head green leaf lettuce $1.50 ea
Basil $2 per bag
Kohlrabi 50 cents ea
Turnips 4 for $1
Kale 8 oz bags – Green $2 Purple $2.50 Dino $3
Beets $2 per bunch (3)
Fennel bulb $2
Flowers $1.50 per 4 pk

UPCOMING:  Person County Cooperative Extension Horticulture Agent, radio and cable access personality and local musician, Carl Cantaluppi, will be serenading us with his clarinet this Saturday at 10am.  Come out and enjoy a beautiful musical performance!

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