This weblog contains LocallyGrown.net news and the weblog entries from all the markets currently using the system.
To visit the authoring market’s website, click on the market name located in the entry’s title.
South Cumberland Food Hub: Time to order!
Good morning everyone!
It’s time to order local food. We’re taking orders until noon today. Thank you for supporting your local food hub.
Click here to go directly to the Rootedhere Locally Grown Market Page":http://rootedhere.locallygrown.net/market*
The Cumming Harvest: Newsletter - January 16, 2013
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!
Champaign, OH: Thank you!
Thank you to everyone who placed orders this week! We’ll see you Thursday!
Russellville Community Market: Market Reminder
Only a few more hours of ordering time for the market! Be sure to get your orders in by 10:00 p.m. tonight!
Don’t forget we have new pick up times available from 4:00pm to 6:30pm.
We look forward to seeing you at the Market on Thursday at All Saints Episcopal Church!
You can now follow RCM on Facebook! Check out our new page for great info on local foods issues and upcoming events. RCM Facebook
Be sure to click on the “Like” button at the top of the Facebook page to get automatic updates. Thanks!
Old99Farm Market: Old 99 Farm, Week of Jan13 2013
You would think spring had arrived this week, a frost out of the ground, big rainstorm and no snow. Very bad for the natural world, tho we like to chuckle about how easy it is to get around.
See www.old99farm.locallygrown.net for your orders this week.
http://rawmilkconsumer.ca/the-low-risk-of-raw-milk/ is a recent article on the milk scene.
Here’s an interesting recipe.
Farmer’s Cabbage and Mushroom PieThis is a farmer’s pie: rustic, a little rude, and down-right delicious. Traditionally, the pie was set in the middle of the table and everyone, fork in hand, had at it. But you can serve it in slices to avoid fights over the last bits. Try crumbling a few slices of crispy bacon into the pie for even more flavor.
Source: Farmer John’s Cookbook: The Real Dirt On Vegetables (Entered by Eric Wagoner)
Serves: 6 to 8
2 unbaked 9-inch pie crusts
2 tablespoons olive oil
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 1/2 cups chopped mushrooms View Available Products
1 teaspoon fresh thyme View Available Products
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
2 cups chopped cabbage View Available Products
4 ounces farmers cheese or cream cheese View Available Products
3 hard boiled eggs, sliced View Available Products
Step by Step InstructionsPlace one of the pie crusts into the bottom of a pie pan, making sure to leave at least 1/2 inch of dough hanging over the edge. Refrigerate both top and bottom crust until you are ready to use. Preheat oven to 375 F. Heat the oil in a large skillet. Add the onion, saute until tender, about 5 minutes. Stir in the mushrooms, thyme, and lemon juice. Add the cabbage, cook until tender, 15 to 20 minutes. Stir in the cheese and add salt and pepper to taste. Layer half the cabbage mixture in the piecrust. Add a layer of sliced eggs. Top with remaining cabbage mixture. Moisten the overhanging edge of pie crust with water. Cover the pie with the top crust, sealing the edges with fingers. Bake until crust is browned on top, 30 to 40 minutes.
Thoughts for the week on climate
…why not start with the part of the problem about which you can actually do
something—your own consumption of fossil fuels and your own production of
carbon dioxide—and then go from there?
Political activism, community building, and a great many other proposed
responses to the crisis of our time are entirely valid and workable approaches
if those who pursue them start by making the changes in their own lives they
expect other people to make in turn. Lacking that foundation, they go nowhere.
It’s not even worth arguing any more about what happens when people try to get
other people to do the things they won’t do themselves; we’ve had decades of
that, it hasn’t helped, and it’s high time that the obvious lessons get drawn
from that fact. Once again, if you always do what you’ve always done…
That being said, here are some suggested New Year’s resolutions for those of my
readers who are interested in being part of the solution: and go to this URL
Gallup, NM: Market Opening Sat Jan 19th
Gallup’s Locally Grown market is back and opening on Sat. Jan 19th, 2013. Pick-up will be at 305 S. 2nd St (Fitz’s) from 9am to Noon.
Currently available items are; Argula, Coffee, Bagels, and Breads.
Place your order soon at gallup.locallygrown.net
ALFN Local Food Club: The Market Closes Tomorrow
Good Morning Mammalians,
The Market closes tomorrow morning at 7:30am. Better order now. You may still be sleeping at 7:30am tomorrow morning. What a sweet luxury.
Our Growers’ Giveback Potluck is shaping up nicely. Plenty of RSVP’s and delicious sounding food, plus the chance to enjoy the company of…
- Jerry Markham of Bluebird Hill Berry Farm
- Kent Walker of Kent Walker’s Artisan Cheese
- Jonathan Buford of Andeyo Farm
- Jay and Deanna Fulbright of Arkansas Natural Produce
- Kelly Carney of North Pulaski Farm
- Liz and Ryan of Bussey-Scott Urban Farm
And Yes, folks, there will be a red carpet with photographers, plus speculation on who is wearing what.
Cross Timbers Food Cooperative: Order now open for CTFC 1/26 pickup
The CTFC market is now open for ordering for the Saturday, January 26 pickup. Order will close this Sunday, January 20.
Rhianon for CTFC
Republican Valley Produce: Postponing this week's orders
Hi, there. This is Linda, Jay’s wife, writing today. It looks like the influenza has hit our household, including Jay. We don’t want to share these germs with you all. For that reason, we are postponing this week’s market delivery. We will send out a message when he’s up and about again to reschedule the deliveries.
I’m sorry for any inconvenience. Hopefully, your households are healthy and stay that way.
ALFN Local Food Club: Locally Crafted Tea's
Hope you’re not frozen to death. If you are, we have some locally crafted loose leaf tea’s from Maison Terre now available. They’ll warm you up just fine. I can personally attest to the quality of these tea’s. Just got done drinking a mug of her wonderful Yerba Mate. Plus, Sarah Brown of Maison Terre does own her own tea room, so tea is kind of her thing. Try one this week!