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April’s Mini Series ~ A Look Into Farmers’ Markets Around The Country


April is finally here!  What does April bring for most of us?  Farmers’ markets!  Yes, after a long winter of store bought fruits and vegetables, the farmers’ markets are very welcomed!

Lets face it…I don’t know one person who will say store bought is better then local produce found at farmers’ markets.  There is something to be said about the freshness and the taste…it is outstanding!

This month I am super excited to bring you a farmers’ market series that I think you all will totally enjoy!  Here is the low-down.

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Lets Take A Trip Around The Country


So for the month of April, we will be taking a trip around the country to share with you different farmers’ markets around the country.  How cool is that?  

Every farmers’ market has something unique to that market and to that area.  We are going to dive into that.  

Here is a list of the farmers’ markets that we are going to explore:

  • Tucson AZ ~ April 2 Countrywide Farmers’ Markets ~ A Peek Into Tucson, AZ: Roasted Salsa – It Has A Kick!
  • Seattle ~ April 4 Countrywide Farmers’ Markets ~ A Peek Into Seattle  And Why Raw Cultured Butter (Homemade from the Farmers’ market) Is So Good For Us
  • Florida ~ April 9 Countrywide Farmers’ Markets ~A Peak Into Florida and Boiled Peanuts
  • South Carolina ~ April 11 Countrywide Farmers’ Market ~ Local Produce and Farm Share Boxes
  • Phoenix AZ ~ April 16 Countrywide Farmers’ Markets ~ A Peek Into Phoenix, AZ: Handspun Wool and Prickly Pear Syrup
  • Missouri ~ April 18 Countrywide Farmers’ Markets ~ A peek Into Missouri and A Farmers Market Expo
  • Washington DC ~ April 23 Countrywide Farmers’ Markets ~ DC Farmers’ Markets Plus A Recipe With Wild Greens (Nettles, Dandelions, Mustard Greens)
  • Wisconsin ~ April 25 Countrywide Farmers’ Markets ~ A Peak Into A Wisconsin Market and A Local Farm.

So come back often this month to enjoy our trip around the country and all the unique finds that we find at our local farmers markets.


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4 thoughts on “Introducing April’s Mini Series ~ A Look Into Farmers’ Markets Around The Country”

  1. Chef Art Moskowitz says:

    Hopefully you make it out to So Cal. We have some amazing farmers markets. I sell my products at two of them. Let me know if you head out this way

  2. RobinL says:

    Too early for farmers markets here in NY! We have one in Port Washington run by Patti and Doug Woods of Grassroots Environmental Education that is the only strictly organic farmers market in NY. Starting in June, items available for purchase include: produce, cheeses, bread and other baked items, coffee, olive oil, wine…all organic! They even run back and forth from their home bringing fresh out of the oven muffins for purchase to eat while shopping around. Check out their website…it is full of information about making your home and community more environmentally safe :))

    1. hallecottis says:

      RobinL Thanks Robin!  I will be sure to check out this site.  You all have had a rough winter for sure in NY…hang in there :)

  3. Eryn Lynum says:

    I’m very excited for this mini series! I’ve been counting down the days until our market opens on May 5th (I might even be more religious with the countdown to farmer’s market season than I am with the countdown until baby #2 is born later in May…) My husband and I love to travel and explore various food cultures as well–so this is right up our alley.

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