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There Was A Farmer Who Had A Dog…

There Was A Farmer Who Had A Dog…

It's National Farmers Market Week and we're celebrating with live music, guest vendors, and the launch of our #collaborationin2021 FREE Bingo cards! Pick up a free bingo card at our MSFM Info booth then get to shopping and get a vendor stamp whenever you make a...

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Can’t Beat a Quiche

Can’t Beat a Quiche

Baked breakfast quiche Ingredients: 10 eggs from Sequatchie Cove Farm 1 1/4 cup of cream from Orchard House Creamery 1 lb sautéed hot breakfast sausage from Dayspring Farm & Pig Mountain Sautéed veggies like spinach, onions, bell peppers which are bountiful from...

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It’s Melon Smelling Season

It’s Melon Smelling Season

We went right to the source to get expert advice from sixth generation Alabama fruit farmer, Roy Jones of Jones Farm. Jones has been known for decades as The Strawberry Man (it's even his email) but he grows and brings an amazing fruit bowl to multiple markets in our...

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Fried At Summertime

Fried At Summertime

Fried Rice with Eggs from Bad Back Acres and Sierra Blanca onions from Crabtree Farms 2 cups of cooked rice (best if it’s been sitting in the fridge for a few days) 2-3 baby Sierra Blanca onions- chopped, including the greens but separated 2-3 eggs, beaten- add in two...

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Midway All The Way

Midway All The Way

I always thought I loved mushrooms but I realized my edible fungi education had been sadly neglected until I moved to Chattanooga and was able to enjoy more than the button-cap or shiitake from the store. I have now realized I am a fan of the Blue Oyster perhaps...

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One Bite Feeds Many

One Bite Feeds Many

Popping Zebra Cakes like tic tacs is no great feat and eating Little Debbie is supporting local but can we take it up a notch? Enter Leda Phillips, owner of Noogarons, standing at a strong five feet tall (so she says), she is preceded by her brightly colored homemade...

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