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Fayetteville Farmers' Market:  There's Still Time to Order Online!


Thanks for ordering if you already have done so. If not, a rainy night could be a good time to shop for great local food. Orders are open until 6am Wed morning.

We still have: leaf lettuce, spring onions, spinach, green garlic, turnips, parsley and kale.

Memorial Day weekend is coming and we have some great items to grill. How about some local salsa to go with your favorite tortilla chips?

Too much to list here—take a virtual stroll to see it all.

Duluth Cottage Kitchen:  week 22/May22-28


week 22/May22-28

tomorrow, Wednesday, I thought I’d be at Medlock Market, 4-7,
but it is weather pending, I will find out just before noon
so not much time to pick,
hmmm, how about, I will be on location, market or not,
for pick up of ordered veggies?
would you be interested?
just give me a buzz tonight or tomorrow early

Saturday, as always, Suwanee Farmers Market

what can I pick this week?
MORE LEEKS!
last snowpeas & snap peas, first beans
Swiss and Italian chard, that’s the summer replacement for regular spinach,
lambsquarters
leafy lettuce, endive, sorrel, Italian dandelion, arugula,
kale, collards and wild broccoli,
spring onions, beets, carrots
and a daicon radish or two

herbs: oregano, marjoram, borage, lemon balm, mint varieties, stevia, the first bit of basil

as every week: if you can not make up your mind, no problem,
I do offer a farmer’s choice veggie bag
jellies, dried herbs and veggies
and some herbal teas
if you pick up at my place, please note, I will pick greens to order the morning before your scheduled pickup, before they get heat stressed, so please tell me what you want and when you want to pick it up and I will pick just in time, making sure you get the freshest possible vegetables, deal?
if you want to pick up a farmer’s choice veggie bag at either market, please let me know the day prior, thank you
https://duluthcottagekitchen.locallygrown.net/market
but am very conservative posting fresh produce, usually I have a lot more than posted, just tell me what you are looking for …

Miami County Locally Grown:  We're open!


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We have strawberries! Not a lot, but still worth celebrating – a sure sign of summer on its way; also garlic scapes, both grown by Burns Green Leaf Market. Enjoy!

Old99Farm Market:  Old99 Farm week of May 22 2022


We have available this week:
Asparagus (1lb)
Arugula (6 oz)
Black Currant Leaf, fresh (50g)
Green Chard, small leaf, 8 oz
Chard, Rainbow (8 oz)
Claytonia baby greens
Kale, Frilly green (8 oz)
Lettuce, Buttercrunch (ea)
Lettuce, Grand Rapids (7oz)
Lettuce, Rouge d’Hiver (bunch .5lb)
Mesclun Salad Mix (6 oz)
Mizuna (6 oz)
Mustard, Tokyo Bekana (.5lb)
Onions, Green Bunching (6)
Hakurei Breakfast turnip (3 bu)
Parsley, Curly Leaf (6 oz)
Rhubarb stalks (1 lb)
Spinach (8 oz)
Tatsoi (8 oz)
Tong Ho (bu)
cilantro 4 oz
parsley 6 oz
Turnip Greens
That’s a pretty good list eh!

And you get to enjoy the new crops coming in as part of the Summer Harvest Basket. It makes easy what fresh vegetables to have on your table each week. Summer session starts week of June 13, cost is $31.95 per week, weekly or biweekly. Delivery option new this season if you live within 10k of the farm.

Pls use old99farm to order. You can pick up any time after 4pm thursday. Oh heck, if it’s a favour I’ll go pick for you right now! It helps to put a note in the order form when you would like to pick up so I can have it boxed in the cooler for you.


Tokyo Bekana is a lettuce like mustard green. It has a stem (aka petiole) like a romaine so it’s good for dipping, nice and crunchy/juicy too. The leaf is soft and mild, sweeter than lettuce. You can substitute if for lettuce in any salad or wraps. Here’s a site for recipes.

Healthy eating,
Ian, Cami, Kenzi

Independence,VA:  Updated Survey


Hi everyone! Attached is the link to the updated online farmers market survey! If you don’t mind taking a moment to do the survey we would greatly appreciate it!

https://freeonlinesurveys.com/s/yJvt3nEn

Conway, AR:  Tuesday REMINDER: strawberries, cabbage, cauliflower!


Hi friends,

The good stuff is in!! So glad to have so many colors on oir table

Don’t forget to get your orders in for Friday pick-up. Lots of goodies and more to come as the season progresses.

Champaign, OH:  Tuesday Reminder!


Good morning…just your Tuesday morning wake up call that you need to have your weekly orders in by 8am, this morning!

XOXO,
Cosmic Pam

Statesboro Market2Go:  Order before 10pm on Tuesday night!


We’ve got lots of fresh produce available this week, including, but not limited to:

  • Peaches
  • Blackberries
  • Basil
  • Zucchini
  • Yellow Squash
  • Patty Pan Squash
  • Cubanelle Peppers
  • Red Potatoes
  • Carrots
  • And MORE!

Be sure to check out our ever-expanding recipe section for some suggestions on how to use the fresh, local produce that’s on Market2Go.
Welcome to our new vendor Rustic Petal Farms and More – they have flower bouquets and vegetables!

Click to order at Market2Go!

Champaign, OH:  Memorial Day Weekend!


I just didn’t want you to forget to order any and all things that may be festive, fun, and delicious for your weekend fun!!

XOXO,
Cosmic Pam

Fayetteville Farmers' Market:  New produce listings online--orders open until Wed 6 am


New produce listings online!

New produce listings online just now!
We welcome Sunny Acres farm, a new seller online. They have just added spring onions, radishes, spinach, green garlic and turnips!

Online Orders are OPEN now and close at 6am on Wed morning. If you add items, all of your items will be packed together and you will only be charged once.

https://fayettevillearkansas.locallygrown.net/market.

PICKUP TIME THURSDAY MAY 26 is 4:30-5:30. Note: if you know that you cannot make it by 5:30 pm, but you want to order this week, just reply to this email or text 479-935-5111 and we will work with you on a plan.