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 Farmer's Market: Link 41 will have sausages for sale next week.
If you are like me, you may be wondering when you can next stock up on Link 41 sausages and bacon? They will only be coming up once a month in the coming months so I wanted to give you an advance warning. They will have products for sale to order next weekend. Consider your holiday list now so that you’ll be ready to order for next week.
Also remember, next week will be the last week of the market until January 8th. Make sure you plan accordingly!
Tampa Bay : Order your box online before 11pm TONIGHT!
Birdhouse Buying Club of Tampa Bay
Providing Tampa Bay citizens a democratically-managed source of local, healthy, fresh food
Thank you for supporting our efforts to bring you the healthiest, freshest, and most delicious locally-produced foods possible.
Citrus County Locally Grown: New Growers!
Hello and Happy Holidays to everyone!
CCLG is proud to announce 3 new growers have joined our ranks! Welcome aboard SaraFay Farm, Rise and Shine Bread, and Soap Nuts. Some wonderful new products up on the market this week with these new growers as well as from our older member growers. Also in today’s news, 3 Rock Farm has returned with new listings as well!
It’s been a busy week around here with new growers, new products, adding new categories for you to choose from and a bit of reorganizing. But it’s all worth it to continue offering you the best in local and chemical free products that we can!
With the holidays coming fast this is the perfect time to peruse the new product listings and maybe pick up something new and different (not to mention healthy, wholesome, and handmade) for those special people in your life!
Have a fantastic week and we look forward to seeing you all on Thursday for pickup!
The CCLG Team
Joyful Noise Acres Farm: Paleo Meal Planning
How do we eat well, conveniently and quickly? To eat well these days, one really does have to cook (or hire a cook?) Our goal is to make it easier for you to have what you need on hand and a few menu suggestions to make it go quickly.
On the product page is a meat box that comes with a nice selection of meats and recipe suggestions that change weekly. All of the recipes can be found on-line for your convenience.
South Cumberland Farmer's Market: Weblog Entry
A note from Farmer Brown’s:
Bookings for holiday baking are beginning to fill up. In the past, we have not been able to meet our online customers needs. So, we will reserve a spot for our customers if you will email us your order at email@example.com. Please specify the item and pick-up date. I will ask Jess to place the order for that delivery date. Thanks.
Ann Brown, Farmer Brown’s
South Cumberland Food Hub: Time to Order Local Food!
Good Morning Everyone,
It’s time to order your local food this morning. We’re open till noon. If you need more time and have to place an order after the 12 o’clock cutoff, just text me or call and I can add it on. Thank you and stay dry today!
We Are One Farmers Market: Pre-Order Open, Creative Use of Winter Veggies
This week Chef Ashley is turning winter storage crops; beets and cabbage, into a delicious BEET & CARROT SLAW. Order it up and borrow the recipe to put your winter vegetables to an exciting use that is good for you. We will also have gingersnaps baking in the oven.
There are LOTS of holiday choices including some beautiful Sweetgrass Tree Ornaments, Abby’s evergreen and berry holiday centerpieces, Snowman maple syrup…check out the pics on Facebook and visit us Friday.
Enjoy the farmers market pace shopping with fresh brewed NH Coffee, raw milk samples, lots of yummies to taste test, etc.
Swainsboro, GA: MARKET IS OPEN
Look below to see what the farmers have to offer. Just a reminder market will close Wednesday night. Pickup is Thursday afternoon from 4-5pm.
CAFE: Decking the Halls at The Arts Center
Decking the Halls!
Like naughty students from the building’s previous incarnation, those of us at the CAFE holiday party were “sent out to the halls” of The Arts Center facility last Friday night, due to a scheduling oversight. When I arrived at 6:00 PM, an hour before the party was to begin the auditorium was already occupied by decorators for a Saturday event. Even though our sovereignty over the territory was re-established , we opted for co-existence and ceded the auditorium to those already in it.
Before the panic of recognizing my unpreparedness for this course of events could fully set in, CAFÉ volunteers began arriving and, intuitively in synch with one another, spontaneously executing a Plan B. Miraculously, by 7:00, in the time it had taken me to arrange the many, generously donated with “door (hall?) prizes,” the school Halls of the Ol’ Morrison Annex, the first school my son attended when we moved here to Clemson years ago, were “decked” with aromatic, colorful, delicious local food, and buzzing with joyous people. Soon the beer-tester/tasters and musicians arrived, food was served, and the party was on!
Just as quickly, everything was dis-assembled, and I was home to bed at a reasonable hour. Like a flash mob, the party had come and gone before my eyes, ears, nose, and tastebuds. Thanks to all who came and made that happen! hanks to those who donated prizes. I am too lazy to mention you all by name at the moment. Check for pictures on Facebook. You are CAFÉ!
Eat well, shop well (open til Mon noon), and stay well! Lance
Athens Locally Grown: Availability for December 13
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!