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Conway, AR: Opening Bell: Lettuce, Potatoes, Honey, Tamales!
Pork, chicken or jalapeño & cheese.
Five for $7. All same kind.
At market this Friday, October 17th.
Text me your order.
Early shoppers on Friday found some really nice items on the extra table: kale, collards, cucumbers, banana peppers, zucchini, eggs etc.
Next week we will have pecan halves and walnuts for all of your holiday baking needs!
Be sure to SEARCH for your favorite items using the search field. For instance, type in the word “sale” or “pork” and see what pops up. We have over 400 items available now!
Most items are listed by 6pm Sunday, but check back again before the market closes Tuesday night to see if any other items are ready to be harvested for you! Eat fresh! Eat local! Eat for better health!
And save your eggshells throughout the week for the laying hens! :-)
In accordance with the current guidelines, we will not have more than 10 people in the lobby at any time. We have four volunteers who can bring your order to your car if you prefer, just call or text 501-339-1039.
Come early on Friday for the best selection from the Extras table. See you Friday!
The market is now OPEN for orders. Click here to start shopping:*
How to contact us:
DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL. Instead…
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Russellville Community Market: The Market Closes at 10 Tonight!
To ensure your order is placed, make sure you click the “Place My Order” button once you have completed your shopping. You will receive a confirmation email.
Orders will be ready for pick-up from 4PM – 8:00PM this Tuesday outside the Downtown Russellville Train Depot. Your order will be brought to your car in full-service fashion!
NEW this week – Ciabatta Bread (pictured above) and Amazing White Sandwich Bread from Pleasant View Farm! Also, artisan CHOCOLATE Bars in seven different flavors from KYYA in Northwest Arkansas (sold by Prestonrose Farm & Brewing Co.), Arkansas Sorghum Butter (made by Prestonrose), and Personal Size Old Fashioned Pumpkin Bread from Michael’s Garden! We still have a wide selection of locally sourced meat and veggies. Need a gift for someone special? Why not buy them an RCM Gift Certificate?
Check back frequently as our farmers regularly update what they have available.
Foothills Market: The Market is Open
You will love our salad mix and greens so much, we have made recipes that you can always enjoy. Check out the recipes section. We have available:
Check out all the YUMMY & SEASONAL Baked Goods!!
Visit the market to get more information of what other additional products you can buy between now and 5 p.m. on Wednesday. We’ll have the order ready for pickup on Thursday 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce building.
The Wednesday Market: Place Your Orders Today
The Wednesday Market is open for orders. Please place your order by 10 p.m. Monday. Orders are ready for pick up between 2 and 4 p.m. Wednesday. Check the website for this week’s product offerings. Here is the link: https://wednesdaymarket.locallygrown.net/market
Friends and neighbors, we hope you are all safe and sound. Our area took a tough hit last evening with tornado-like weather. All is well in Zebulon, but several of our friends in Concord are clearing storm debris today. Please be safe!
Thank you for supporting locally grown agriculture. We’ll see you at the Market.
Magney Legacy Ridge Farm: CSA #33
This week’s preassembled bag will contain Spring Mix, Swiss Chard, AnueAnue Head Lettuce, Rozelles, Pesto Basil Portion, Ahi Dulce Peppers, Kohlrabi, and Oregano. For those of you placing custom orders, you may do so between now and Tuesday evening on the website at: http://magneyfarm.locallygrown.net/market
• 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened
• 1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
• 1 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese
• 6 bacon strips, cooked and crumbled
• 1/4 teaspoon salt
• 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
• 1/4 teaspoon chili powder
• 1 pound fresh jalapenos (We Used Ahi Dulce Peppers), halved lengthwise and seeded
• 1/2 cup dry bread crumbs
• Sour cream, onion dip or ranch salad dressing
• 1. In a large bowl, combine the cheeses, bacon and seasonings; mix well. Spoon about 2 tablespoonfuls into each pepper half. Roll in bread crumbs.
• 2. Place in a greased 15×10×1-in. baking pan. Bake, uncovered, at 325° for 15 minutes for spicy flavor, 25 minutes for medium and 35 minutes for mild. Serve with sour cream, dip or dressing.
The colors of Autumn move into their peak brilliance as we move into mid-October. The sweet wooded maples and cherry take on their orange-red hues as some of the later-turning hickories begin their slow golden grow. The damp evening breeze is alive with the hum of crickets and leaves rain down with each breath of the Earth. Growth on the farm is slowing down as dawn and dusk become nearer each day. Yet longer nights and cooler temperatures have their perks. The rumor of winter causes our vegetables, particularly root crops, to sweeten and fill.
Though some activities have slowed, there is still much to do on the farm. We are planting the tunnels in preparation for the winter months, rotating out the existing crops, and filling them with vegetables that will serve CSA in late December or after our winter interim in the early months of 2021. Carrots planted this week will sprout and grow enough to survive the coldest months of winter tucked under the protection of the high tunnels and frost cloth.
Though the high tunnels will overwinter many cool season vegetables, the outdoor plots will become too cold for production. Though it is possible to leave many of these grow beds empty or fallow throughout winter, they become susceptible to erosion and nutrient loss in the rainy winter months. One of the environmentally minded practices we are expanding this year are our “cover crop” plantings. Cover crops sewn now grow throughout the winter and protect the soil ecosystem. This year we are experimenting with winter rye and crimson clover. In the Spring these crops will be incorporated into the soil and will release their accumulated nutrition to power next year’s vegetables. Cover crops take our soil health to the next level, and we are excited for the benefits of this Earth regenerative practice.
As always we’d like to thank your for your support of our farm and CSA service. It is your patronage and encouragement that empowers us to meet our goals. Organic farming offers many benefits for not only human health, but the health of our environment. We look forward to continuing to serve you and the land of West Kentucky.
The Magney Legacy Ridge Farm Team
Berea Gardens: Market open
The market is open for this week. Please note that we are shaving an hour off our pickup time and market hours. We will be open Wednesdays from 4 to 6 PM rather than 4 to 7 PM. If this creates a diffuculty for any of you, please email me and we can make arrangements for you.
Blessings, Bob & Lynnita
Champaign, OH: Love Train
Ride the love train
Come on, take a seat
Ride this train, y’all
Everything’s gonna be alright
Everything’s gonna be just cool…
Happy Sunday, all of you lovely market customers. I am hoping that your last day of the weekend is starting out with love filled vibes…
First, I wanted to thank you all, so very much, for the love that you have been vibing to me. I have tried to answer all of your texts, and your emails, but just the overwhelming kindness, has meant the world, this week. I’ve just kind of been doing my own, quiet, groovy things, to keep my mind occupied, and this market has helped in huge ways.
Today is sort of a dreary morning, and the kind that I consider perfect for sitting down, and perusing the market, and deciding what you would like to order.
There’s really no love like the market Thursday love, when pick up rolls around, and we send you off with all the goodness this market has to offer.
Each and every week, I am amazed at how much this market grows, how many new customers we get, and how steady the orders are, coming in.
We thank you, so very much, for being on this whole market love train…
Green Acres Atkins: Good morning!
Hope you all had a great week!
We are still here with lots of great stuff
Please place those orders by Thursday at noon
Tom and kami
Stones River Market: Market is OPEN -- See you Wednesday Walk-up or Curb
Welcome to the October 11th and 12th Stones River Locally Grown Online Farmers Market. The Market opens 8:00 am on Sunday Morning and closes 10:00 pm Monday evening. Order early before quantities available run out! https://stonesriver.locallygrown.net
Be sure to check again over the next 2 days as some of our Growers may be updating their inventories.
We will continue to have our “Pull Up or "Step Up” delivery on the curb in front of Quinn’s Mercantile to pickup your orders Wednesday afternoon October 14th from 5-6:30 pm….Drive up to the canopy or you are welcome to park across the street and walk to the canopy to pickup your order using social distancing. We want to leave the area in front of Quinn’s Mercantile for their customers.
Reminder…Delivery Service is available within a 10 mile radius of Murfreessboro, outside areas will be considered and delivery is available to Woodbury at a host location. Please put your address in comments before you check out….Method of Payment is Cash, Checks, Cards or Invoice. For Delivering and Invoicing please make sure your account information is current.
Thank you for supporting our Locally Grown Market, it means a lot to our Growers and Community by Shopping Local and Staying Local!
The Market’s Gift Certificates are available, great way to share the Market with others. Give a Gift of Locally Grown food and other items.
Be sure to check out the Markets Recipe Section, recipes are posted by our Customers and Growers, you can view In Season Recipes or search for a recipe.
News from the Market:
We now have Reusable Market Totes available, 10 × 12 with a 8 inch gusset, not too small and not too big and reusable. This is a joint venture between Quinn’s Mercantile and our Stones River Market.
News from some of our Growers:
WELCOME TO THE MARKET….
Body and Soul Teas, (located in Coffee and Tea Category) We make small batch herbal tea blends for sipping and soaking. Our herbs are organically grown, purchased and naturally grown herbs or herbs which I have wildcrafted here in Middle TN.
Current tea line includes:
Rocky Top Rooibos: South African Red Rooibos combines with mint in this take on Southern iced tea, our customer favorite
Tennessee Sunshine: a tart fruity Hibiscus blend
Shoo-Flu: a supportive blend containing elderberry for cold/flu season support
Ah-Shoo: a supportive blend containing goldenrod, elder, and peppermint for seasonal allergy support.
Rainbow Hill Farm:
Delicious Apples this week…….
Rome: Dark red. Mild flavor, somewhat sweet. Good for both cooking and eating fresh.
Jonathan: Slightly tart red apple with exceptionally good flavor. Excellent cooking apple.
Winesap: Hard green apple. Very tart.
Mutsu: large green to yellow apple similar to yellow delicious, also a very good cooking apple.
Red Delicious: has a sweet but very mild flavor. The flesh is juicy and has a light crispness. Quite a refreshing apple to eat.
Yellow Delicious: Very sweet to the taste. It is a favorite for salads, apple sauce, and apple butter.
Farrar Farms LLC:
Our GROUND BEEF SPECIAL continues, purchase 5 pounds of Ground Beef and get 1 pound free. Get out those Grills or Chili Pots ready and enjoy our cuts of Pasture Raised Beef making some delicious Stews, Chili, Mexican Dishes, this list is numerous.
Valentine Family Farm:
Our Valentine Family Farm’s Smoke House Salsa has a delicious smoke flavor because of it’s fire roasted vegetables. Serve it with chips or use it as an ingredient to add some smokiness to your next batch of chili.
Belle Fleur Organics:
Arugula, Crunchy King Radishes, Cayenne Peppers, Jalapenos, Ping Tung Long Eggplant, Tusli Basil and Wildfire Lettuce Mix.
Wedge Oak Farm: Thanksgiving and Christmas are coming soon! Time to think about a turkey? Wedge Oak Farm’s pasture raised turkeys are grown here in Lebanon, Tennessee. They peck and stroll in the rolling hills and cedar glades of Wilson County. Never fed antibiotics, growth stimulants or animal by-products. They are moist and delicious.
Mama D’s Bakery:
This week we have added banana breads and pumpkin breads with the option of nuts or not. They make great breakfasts or snacks, and if you are feeling really gourmet they make great French toast! We continue to have everything else available this week too! We have our carmel apple cinnamon rolls, gingerbread cake roll, pumpkin cake roll, spicy ginger cookies, bagels, donuts, cheese Danishes, pies, cookies, granola and protein bars, cinnamon rolls, breads, and fruit scones this week as well. Thanks so much for your business!
Quarter Spring Farm:
Fall is the beginning of “drying” season for your skin. Make sure to give it plenty of love by moisturizing it every day with our ultra-moisturizing Goats Milk Soap. Our soaps moisturize so well, there really isn’t a need for lotion after you shower or shave (yes, we have shave bars too!) … but if you must add lotion, we also have you covered. As always, our products are all- natural and handmade here on our farm in beautiful Liberty, TN.
We have fresh greens this week! Tangy mustard greens and kale greens are great for stir fries and even soup. This week, we made a chicken and mustard green soup with our fresh free-range chicken and it was delicious! You will find some of our chicken in the Market this week. You will also enjoy our Delicious Rosemary Pear Jam on sandwich with some spicy mustard, provolone cheese and kale. We have a variety of herbs available such as oregano and chives, sorrel, purple and Genovese basil, rosemary and fennel fronds available this week.
Flying S Farms:
Kale, Turnips Greens, Kohlrabi, Tomatoes, Green Beans, Sweet Peppers – green and red, Winter Squash: Acorn, Butternut, Carnival and Delicata. Pumpkin – Long Island Cheese. Sour Dough Breads and we are Jammin’ again this week so be sure to check back….several favorites are back in in stock…Seriously HOT Strawberry and Habanero Peach and Strawberry. New Apple Cardamon Jam and Old Fashion Pear Preserves. Dental procedure is completed and in recovery! Watch for ‘the return of Sweets Things’ next week October 18th.
Carole’s Herbs (CS3 Farm):
We are still in ‘transition’ We expect to be in our new house by the end of October and should be able to offer lettuce, spinach and micro greens soon. Thank you for your patience and understanding during our transition.
Look forward seeing you “At the Curb" of Quinn’s Mercantile Wednesday October 14th from 5:00 – 6:30 pm, please contact me if you are unable to make delivery or are running late, please phone, email or text me so we can make arrangements to get your order to you. if we don’t hear from you, your order will be donated and you will be invoiced for the amount since we still need to pay our Growers for their products. Remember we do have Delivery if you think you will be later than 6:30 pm.
How to contact us:
Locations: Quinn’s Mercantile on Wednesdays: 301 North Spring Street, Murfreesboro
Ottley Hall Farms: This market is preparing to open!
This market was added to the LocallyGrown.net system on Saturday October 10, 2020 11:15 PM. It should be open for business soon!