The new greenhouse is built and the wait is over. Parsons Homegrown Tomatoes are back. Keep up with them on facebook
Wednesday and Saturday market.Read More...
The Saturday market offers a number of choices for locally produced meats.Read More...
Wednesday was a perfect day at the market. Ridgeview Farm had beautiful and fragrant bouquets. Ortiz Bros’ produce –a foodies dream. And look at the lobster!!!!!
It was an opportunity to taste mulberries at DeSantis and cherries, apricots and peaches at Schelewitz and Nuefeld both have first of the season.
The Wednesday market’s slightly smaller and slower pace is a chance to talk to the farmers and food artisans.Read More...
Santa Rosa Farmers Market (Saturdays):
Will be there on the 15th and 22nd
Going on an overdue vacation to the Desert Southwest from May 27th thru June 6th.
Back in action starting June 12th.
If anyone would like to attend the Pepper Seminar, it will be Sunday, May 16th.
at the Sloat Garden Center, 401 Miller Ave, Mill Valley. (across from Whole Foods)
I will be sharing my favorite passion. We will discuss growing and enjoying your own peppers.
Also sampling sauces, powders and rubs.
Get Map HERE
Call 414-388-0365 to register. $5.00 admission fee at the store.
Members of the Gardener’s Reward program – no charge
Chef Jennifer Una offers simple, delicious ways to enjoy the freshest farmers’s market produce.
This cooking demonstration is the next from the series AT THE SOURCE, this week features asparagus and baby artichokes.
The demonstration is sponsored by Bauman College, Holistic Nutrition and Culinary Arts.Read More...