Certified Farmers' Market

March 2012 Blog Posts (5)

Fresh Pick of the Week from the Certified Farmers' Market!

Certified Farmers Market Fresh Pick of the Week: Goat Cheese (and more)!

Goat Cheese tops the list as this week’s Fresh Pick of the Week from the Certified Farmers’ Market. Available from two local farms - Nicolau and Drake’s), our fresh-from-the-farm Goat Cheese comes in the classic form of chevre (which is French for…

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Added by Michael Carroll Green on March 30, 2012 at 10:42am — No Comments

Fresh Pick of the Week from the Certified Farmers' Market!

Certified Farmers Market Fresh Pick of the Week: Goat Cheese (and more)!



Goat Cheese tops the list as this week’s Fresh Pick of the Week from the Certified Farmers’ Market. Available from two local farms (Nicolau and Drake’s), our…

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Added by Michael Carroll Green on March 27, 2012 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Fresh Pick of the Week from the Certified Farmers' Market!

Certified Farmers Market Fresh Pick of the Week: Bell Peppers!



Bell Peppers are this week’s Fresh Pick of the Week from the Certified Farmers’ Market. The Bell Pepper (or sweet pepper) has the distinction of being the only domesticated member of the chili pepper species of plants that does not produce capsaicin…

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Added by Michael Carroll Green on March 26, 2012 at 9:44am — No Comments

Fresh Pick of the Week from the Certified Farmers' Market!

Certified Farmers Market Fresh Pick of the Week: Beets!

Beets are this week’s Fresh Pick of the Week from the Certified Farmers’ Market. Beets have been eaten by humans since the Eighth Century BC, and for good reason. They are delicious, and the entire plant is edible. The beetroots…

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Added by Michael Carroll Green on March 7, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Fresh Pick of the Week from the Certified Farmers' Market!

Chard, sometimes referred to as Swiss Chard, is this week’s Fresh Pick of the Week from the Certified Farmers’ Market. Chard, which is usually classified (at least in culinary terms) as a type of “green,” is actually a form of beet, albeit one that has been bred for its delicious and highly nutritious leaves (at the expense of…

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Added by Michael Carroll Green on March 1, 2012 at 7:54pm — No Comments

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