What’s been going on!
Just a quick New Year’s Eve like note. We will be at market this Saturday (the real New Year’s Eve) with Betsy’s first beautiful anemones of the new season and just in time for the celebrations.
On a sad note, one of our long time market members and bright light Louise Parrish passed away over the Christmas holiday. Louise made deadly pound cakes and always had a good word to say no matter how hot, or cold, or wet, or windy or what other crazy things may have been going on. She will greatly be missed. You will enjoy this oral history about her done by our friends at the Southern Foodways Alliance
Picture of the Week
Warm days bring colorful Anemones for the New Year
What’s going to be at the market?
Some nice small heads of Little Gem and Summer Crisp lettuce. A few bunches of Spigariello or Leaf Broccoli. The last of the Spaghetti and Butternut Winter Squash
Spicy, crisp and snow white inside Black Spanish Radishes and some Japanese Turnip roots. Plenty of fresh Turmeric!
As a reminder if there is anything that you would like for us to hold for you at market just let us know by e-mail, by the evening before, and we will be glad to put it aside for you. Just so you know, sometimes not everything listed will be at the Wednesday market.
Hope to see you all at the market!
Alex, Betsy and Jennie
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