by Abigail Chipley, HFM board officer I’ve been a devoted farmers market shopper for more years than I care to admit. As an avid home cook and professional recipe developer, I know there’s no place I’m likely to find fresher produce and fruit, or top-notch sustainably raised meats and eggs. But beyond the food, I’ve come […]
Arugula and Walnut Pesto Crostini Pesto on toasted bread is always a great app at a BBQ! You can even toast the bread on the grill – just brush the slices with olive oil and place on a hot grill for about a minute. Makes 20 crostini 1/2 lb arugula 3 cups walnuts, roughly chopped […]
Check out this awesome time-lapse video of our 2016 street mural, and mark your calendars for Sunday July 16th, when we will be repainting the mural!
With grocery stores packed with processed foods, it can be hard for many, especially young children, to understand what goes into making the meals they eat every day. Farmers markets help shorten the distance between ingredients and meal by providing a place for adults and kids alike to discover new produce, buy food locally grown, […]
Now that we’re moving into the first weeks of spring, it’s rapini season! The term rapini generally refers to the flowering shoots of Brassica family plants, also commonly called “broccoli rabe”. This family includes broccoli, a plant where we’re used to eating the flowers, but all Brassicas send up flowering shoots in early spring: kale, arugula, […]