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Welcome To Dahlia-wood

Welcome To Dahlia-wood

Dahlia, a favorite of many folks, sadly has a short life as a cut flower (technically it's a tuber). But man, the three to four days it's in bloom in a vase are some of the brightest days your desk, kitchen table or porch will ever have. When you purchase a bouquet...

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Breaking Bread Together

Breaking Bread Together

Shiitake baguette from Bread and Butter Roasted sungold tomatoes from Jones Farm Sea salt goat chèvre from Ocoee Creamery A delicious snack brought to you from a collaboration of goodies all sourced from the market. Turn your oven to broil and slice your baguette into...

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Loaves Come Full Circle

Loaves Come Full Circle

Eleven years ago, our market and the world had a very different look. John Sweet, the founder of Niedlov’s Bakery & Café, partnered with Sequatchie Cove Farm and a few others to begin our marvelous Main St. Farmers Market in 2009 in the bakery parking lot. Fast...

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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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