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Make It A Meal

Make It A Meal

The trend of having meal prep boxes shipped directly to one's home is astounding me as I am not a fan of food that comes with so many miles when there is ample sustainable sustenance within reach. I know friends who partake in different subscriptions, whether ugly...

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To Brine Is Divine

To Brine Is Divine

Before attending the market, I only thought people brined turkeys for Thanksgiving. I never thought to take my everyday meals like chicken or pork and submerge them in heavily seasoned liquids to heighten flavor. Until I had my first stew hen and realized brining was...

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CSA All The Way!

CSA All The Way!

Even though it's winter, most farmers have their heads in spring, planning for a summer bounty. If you have never participated in a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), this would be a great year to try one! A CSA is a program that allows farmers to utilize paid in...

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Elderberry In All Its Glory

Elderberry In All Its Glory

Ada’s Heritage Farm is known for their grass-fed rabbit and array of jams and herbs. Now they can be known to be known for Elderberry entrepreneurs as they offer Elderberry Syrup and as of this week, Elderberry Rosehip Gummy Bears! As Lauren LeFever and her family...

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Cheers To The New Year

Cheers To The New Year

We all have rough years. But dang. So with 2020 now in hindsight, let's say nothing but positive things and hope that all will work out the way its supposed to! With that being said, here is the only recipe I have mastered without looking at a cookbook and it utilizes...

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A Fruitful Year

A Fruitful Year

As we approach our last market of 2020, I take a deep sigh of relief and smile that we never closed and were able to provide local & sustainable food to the community as well as help keep over thirty small businesses blooming. An industry, known to not be...

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