HORNO BREAD AND OTHER BAKED PIES AND BREADS:
We continue to have horno bread under the pilot program allowing Indian bread sellers to make available their horno-baked goods at the market.
REMINDER ABOUT NEXT WEEK'S EVENT AT THE MARKET
Española Farmers Market will be hosting our Twentieth Annual BIGGEST VEGETABLE & BEST POEM Contest on Indigenous Peoples Day, Monday, October 14, 2019. Market hours are 10am-4pm. Growers active at the Market can enter their impressive vegetables in the following categories: Biggest heirloom pumpkin, Biggest root vegetable, Biggest chile, Oddest vegetable, Wild card vegetable, Prettiest ristra, Best corn, Biggest sunflower head or dried gourd. Growers and poets need to deliver all poems and vegetable contestants to the Market by 10:30 am on October 14th Contest Day. Winners will be announced at 1 pm and ribbons awarded by vegetable judge Sandra Cata. Poets will read poems honoring the importance of growing food and caring for our water and land resources.
October 14th is also a regular Market Monday. Enjoy the traditional music of Don Bernardo y Los Ultimos midday during every Monday Market through October 28h. The Market is located at 1105 North Railroad Avenue. Come meet old friends, visit with farmers, enjoy the display of the big Contest vegetables, and shop for delicious fruits and vegetables freshly picked from the fields. Visitors can find fresh tomatoes and potatoes of every variety, pumpkins, onions, beans, chile, horno-roasted chicos, fresh chard, and other treats. Fruit has been abundant this year, so put in a supply of apples for the cold months. We accept WIC, Senior WIC, DUFB, EBT (SNAP) as well as cash money.
Children will be able to select a book from our free Kids’ Book Exchange. We have tee shirts in children’s sizes and will have them marked down 30% for the Contest Day. You can stroll in our Wildflower Garden and enjoy something special cooked in the horno. Join your neighbors and friends at the Española Farmers Market. Every Market is a special day!
For information: Sabra Moore @ (505) 685-4842 www.espanolafarmersmarket.blogspot.com
UPDATES ABOUT THE PROGRAM FOR YOUNG PEOPLE:
Students continue horno cooking with Dexter Trujillo and Maurice Archuleta in the "Cooking Up Traditions" program for five hours a day during the season's ten market days.
You need to know that the 2019 market season is starting to slow down. Note the word "starting." And this is a reminder that the Española Farmers Market is your place to go for what you need for fresh and delightful dishes and meals.
The market is open from June through October on Mondays. We are an award-winning market with an award-winning market blog. Meet friends, relatives, and neighbors at the market.