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ALFN Local Food Club:  Market High in January


Good Morning,
The Market is open. Someday, it’ll be old enough to do it by itself, but we’re still training it.
The market is doing great right now. Lots of orders and new customers! Keep it up!
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Some fun things:
Pike’s Peak Beef Roast from Bluebird Hill Berry Farm. Jerry has thoughtfully offered a recipe for this cut of meat. He actually includes recipes with most of his beef cuts. Check them out.
Sugar Snap Peas from Arkansas Natural Produce.
Turnip Greens from North Pulaski + Turnips from ANP/Barnhill + Sausage from Youngblood/Falling Sky/Farm Girl + Red Potatoes from Kornegay = a really good turnip soup. Think about it.
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AND we published a digital cookbook for our Growers’ Potluck! Check it out here. Free to download!
Sincerely,
Sam Hedges

The Wednesday Market:  Taking Orders Now for The Wednesday Market


The Wednesday Market is open, and we have some exciting news to share!

This week we are *celebrating two years *of delivering the freshest, healthiest and most delicious local products to our customers. That’s right – yesterday was our 2nd birthday!

And the Market is now on Facebook. Please log on to www.facebook.com/pages/The-Wednesday-Market and “Like” us. Then you will have an additional means of communicating with the Market managers and seeing what is offered each week. We those of you who are on Facebook to share the word about The Wednesday Market with all of your friends. We want to “go viral”! Facebook also provides a convenient method for you to give us feedback about what you like about the market and suggestions for items you want offered.

January is National Bread Month, National Soup Month, and National Canned Food Month. With only a few days left in January, consider ordering kale or one of our other spectacular greens, and cook up a big batch of soup, accompanied by tasty bread from one of our bakers. Choose some delectable jams, jellies, or preserves produced by some of our skilled canners, spread it on the bread of your choice and have yourself a delightful meal or two!

To place an order, log on to www.wednesdaymarket.locallygrown.net between now and Monday at 10 p.m. Pick your order up on Wednesday between 3:30 and 6:30 p.m.

Thank you for your support of local agriculture. We look forward to serving you for many, many years!

Your friendly Market volunteers,

Anna, Brenda, Irma, Sharon, and Beverly

United States Virgin Islands:  V.I. Locally Grown - Week of 1/27/13


Good Afternoon!

This marks the first week of Ridge to Reef Farm’s winter Community Supported Agriculture program! We’re bursting with fresh, organic produce. Check out our new offerings, like multi-colored radishes, tatsoi and romano beans. Be sure to look at all of our growers’ delicious local fruits, vegetables and value-added products! Hope to see you at the market.

Russellville Community Market:  Market Open! Lots of news, please read!


Hey everyone! Welcome to another RCM market week!

OK, so big news this week!

As you may have already seen, the market looks a bit different this week! Don’t worry! It’s supposed to be that way! All of your tabs and links and products are all in the same spots, it’s just the theme of the market that has been changed! Pretty cool, huh? What do you guys think? Love it? Hate it? Let us know!

This week’s news includes a very cool article that was found which features our very own Ratchford Farms! Check out the link below for the inside scoop!
Grazing in the Green Ozark Hills

Also, don’t miss the link below and the video in the link! This was recently posted to our RCM Facebook page, but for those of you who missed it, check out this link and video. It highlights some of the great reasons why we here at RCM are so passionate about local food!
Local Food: Not Just For the Wealthy

You can now follow RCM on Facebook! Check out our new page for great info on local foods issues and upcoming events. RCM Facebook

Check out the “Featured Items” section as well as the “What’s New” section at the top of the market page for all the latest products available.

To ensure your order is placed, make sure you click the “Place My Order” button once you have completed your shopping. Remember, you have until 10:00pm Tuesday evening to place your orders.

Happy Shopping! See you on Thursday!

Russellville Community Market

Homegrown Co-op:  Wednesday's Online Market is Open for orders!


Contact Us

2310 N Orange Ave, Orlando
(407) 895-5559
info@homegrowncoop.org
www.HomegrownCoop.org

Online Market

Place your order today in our online market!

Saturday Market:
Order online Wednesday 5pm – Friday 9am for pickup or delivery Saturday afternoon.

Wednesday Market:
Order online Sunday 10am – Tuesday 9am for pickup or delivery Wednesday afternoon.

Farm Store

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!

Monday – Sunday
10 am – 7 pm

Membership is Ownership! Become a Member today here

Upcoming Events

Saturday February 2nd:

Healing Plants, Nourishing Foods with the Great Kosmic Kitchen

Friday February 8th:

Valentines Day Farmers Market

Friday February 15th-17th:

2013 Florida Herbal Conference

Featured Item: Crackerman Crackers!






CRACKERMAN CRACKERS are all organic made with golden and brown flaxseed and organic sesame seed. Traditional bread spices such as cumin, fennel and coriander and extra virgin olive oil guarantee a great tasting product. The crackers contain a low percentage of whole wheat and unbromated, unbleached flour. Due to their carefully selected ingredients they have many nutritional benefits. We do care about our products, one reason we use whole spices and grind them just before baking. This goes for both the breads and crackers.

Organic Flours:
We use unbleached, unbromated flours because we would prefer to give you unadulterated food. Our wheat is shipped from a small family owned mill in Montana, because the soils up there are ideal for an exceptionally flavorful, nutrient rich wheat berry. The fact that our flours are stoneground, a low temperature grinding process, means more pro minerals and aroma in your bread as opposed the vast majority of mills which have their cylinders grinding at 350-400 degrees Fahrenheit.

Organic Seeds:
The seeds we use for our Fraulein’s Harvest bread are from certified Organic purveyors.
They are golden and brown flax, pumpkin, sunflower and sesame seeds. we soak and sprout them over night for several reasons: Flavors and nutrients are being released, the bread remains moist over a long time plus the seeds will be better processed by your body. These ingredients plus the whole wheat in our bread provide you with complex carbs, a diversity of fiber and great multilayered taste.

Organic Spices:
More than a dozen bread spices are widely used for breads in Central Europe. This comes for a reason: spices like caraway, fennel seeds and cumin are used for better digestion, while others like cloves, coriander or mace are complementing the type of bread, be it rye, wheat or dried fruit bread. We use classical German bread spices for our loaves and grind them just before baking. If you grind your own spices and inhale the fresh scent you will know why.

Crackerman Crackers back in stock!

Upcoming Member Monday Special!

This Monday, January 28th members only special is in! Members will receive 20% off the many varieties of tomatoes available in the store!

Great for making salsa, bruschetta, tomato sauce, salads, and so much more!

Remember to have your member card ready at checkout!

Not a Member yet? Support your local food economy now by becoming a member

Shop at the On-line Farmer’s Market.
www.homegrown.locallygrown.net

Place your order before Tuesday at 9am for pick-up or delivery on Wednesday.

Your order is FINAL once placed, and you are responsible for pick-up and payment.

Pickup is from 2-8pm on Wednesday January 30th. Sorry, we cannot accommodate early pickups at this time.

Don’t forget, orders for the following items must be placed by 4:00pm Monday to satisfy your order
Fresh bread orders from Olde Hearth Bread Company
Prepared foods from Venetian Gourmet and Purely Raw

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McMinnville Locally Grown:  Weblog Entry


Good Morning! Can you believe it’s already the last week in January 2013!

JB has a few micro greens this week – but you will need to order early to capture one! He also has some small lettuce available. With a few more days of sunshine, we’ll have tons of lettuce again!

Check out our newest salad – Curried Cashew. JB and I both love the blend of flavors in this one. Thanks to Mary Beth for recommending this one to us.

Thanks for your support. Click here for McMinnville Locally Grown Market Section

Stones River Market:  The Market is Back Open Today


The Market is back open this morning. The regular schedule returns this week for everyone. Nashville Customers – Thank you for your understanding.

We are in the heart of winter and vegetables are at a premium right now. Rocky Glade Farm is reducing his schedule to every other week for the next couple of weeks. Erdmann Farm is following a similar schedule.

Meadow Branch Beef returns this week with several new items including ground beef, beef brisket and sirloin steak.
Farmer Brown has several new items this week. They are the following:

  • Red/Green lettuce combo
  • Caesar salad dressing
  • The “Salad of the Week” – A Caesar salad with or without chicken.

I have learned a lot at the conference this week which I hope will translate to a better Market for you. Watch for changes to the website in the very near future too.

Thank you for your orders last week.

John

See the complete list of products at http://stonesriver.locallygrown.net/

Green Fork Farmers Market:  Weekly Product List


Dear Green Fork Farmers Market Customers,

We had a great adventure at the farming conference last week, but we are happy to be back at the market this Wednesday! Don’t forget to place your order by Monday at midnight. This week we have great local greens, baked goods, honey, chicken, pork, beef, eggs, bath and beauty products, and microgreens.

You can pick up your preorder on Wednesday from 4-7 pm, or stop by to browse and buy directly from the farmers. We look forward to seeing you then!

Green Fork Farmers Market

South Cumberland Farmer's Market:  Time to order local food!





It’s time to order from the Cumberland Farmers’ Market
click here to go directly to the market page

To Contact Us

Cumberland Farmer’s Market
cumberlandfm@gmail.com
931-924-4539

Recipes

Oh no… I don’t have a recipe this week… I need your help. Please send your favorite local food recipes. I’d love to feature them.

Market News



The Cumberland Farmer’s Market has a new website! This one is still the one you need for ordering great food but if you want to know more about the Cumberland Farmer’s Market as an organization you can now check out rootedhere.org ! Additionally, if you are interested in learning about what the CFM has been up to over the last year please come to our annual meeting. Please see below for more information on the annual meeting.

Sequatchie Cove is on this week – yay cheese!

Cumberland Lamb is also on this week with lamb.

Check out the many salads to go from Farmer Brown’s.

Don’t forget pizza!

Click here to browse the whole list for yourself.

Coming Events

CFM Annual Meeting -

January 29th, at 2 PM Central at the Sewanee Community Center. All are welcome. A draft agenda is linked here .

A Board meeting will be held prior to the Annual Meeting at 12:45 PM CST.

We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!

Republican Valley Produce:  RVP-UPDATE


Hello,

It was great to see so many people on Friday evening. We sold out of many things, but we do have a one time offering of our Hardy Winter Salad Mix. It is a blend of 3 types of kale, Tendergreen Mustard, Haikuri Turnip Greens. It is really good with a warm vinaigrette.

We also have alot of green onions and carrots. If you were unable to stop by, then place an order and we will deliver on Tuesday or Wednesday.

Thanks!