Chef Lydia of Zakuski Catering offered samples of sweet potatoes fried in duck fat and served with tea smoked duck.Read More...
The Saturday Market seed swap.Read More...
On Saturday March 27th the Market is hosting a seed swap –get the seeds you want for your garden this year.
April 3rd Learn about the best seeds for your garden
April 10th The Magic of Composting
April 17th Container Gardening
April 24th Gardening with Children
Susan Nystrom gardening teacher will offer guidance and answer questions.Read More...
Consumer Reports has issued report on bateria in bagged and washed salad.
The Conscious Consumer explains what the study means to the average consumer/
One of the main suggestions is buy fresh, local greens….
“Choose fresh greens over packaged when you can. Bagging changes the environment in ways that might promote bacterial proliferation, says Nestle. A fresh, whole head of lettuce is usually less expensive than a bag of lettuce too.
Buying local may offer extra protection since greens tend to be fresher…”
The market has wide selection of salad greens mixes as well as whole heads of lettuce.Read More...
Spring has almost sprung and SR Market Manager Paula Downing celebrated by planting a late harvest apple –the braeburn. Pauls said, “it just about killed me but it was sooo satisfying….one of the cheapest thrills i’ve had in awhile…It’s time to plant fruit right now – apples, peaches, pears, berriea….. plant some food, plant a tree – just for fun and some food…
Talk to Glenn at Skyview Nursery Wed/Sat or the folks at Nature’s Spirit at the Saturday market. Both can give you great ideas for Spring gardening
Triple T has herbs and vegetable starts as well.Read More...
Doug Peters makes his chocolate truffles by hand in small batches, fresh weekly.
Fine bittersweet chocolate in its pures form. Peters uses a 72% dark Belgium chocolate, organic cream – the truffles are “silky smooth, daringly dark and one of a kind.”
custom orders welcomed