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Sunday, September 13, 2020
Sunday, September 6, 2020
Don't forget the free chile roasting on Labor Day Monday. These images of free chile roastings are a special blast from the past at the Española Farmers Market.
Sunday, August 30, 2020
Sunday, August 23, 2020
We promised more recipes. Here they are:
Sunday, August 16, 2020
Sunday, August 9, 2020
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Let’s Toast the Española Farmers Market!
Let's make a lovely Berry Baby Bellini, a berry-scented and fizzy alcohol-free cocktail. It's a family treat for summer. This is a colorful drink that’s both fun and memorable, the perfect concoction for a very special toast.
Berry Baby Bellini Recipe
Serves 5, time 5 minutes
· 1 cup assorted berries: blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, or similar fruit
· 2 tablespoons of sugar
· 1 bottle of sparkling apple cider, alcohol-free
· 5 flute stemmed glasses or tall glasses
1. Add half the berries and sugar into a small bowl or container. Combine with a spoon and muddle until you get a smooth puree.
2. Add two teaspoons of berry puree to each glass and fill halfway with sparkling apple cider. Stir gently.
3. Add a few whole berries to each glass, top with cider, and serve.
About the author
Franco Salzillo is a food and wine writer, and a certified sommelier with ten years of experience. He’s most happy when writing about tasty topics, especially drinks that can be served with dishes made from the produce at the Española Farmers Market.
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Who would have thought that our farmers market film would be viewed around the world? Earlier this year, Films for Change, a digital platform from Australia chose you and me and the folks of Northern New Mexico with our apples and squash and corn and onions and more to feature.
Then we were delighted once more when New Mexico Press Women gave us a first-place award for our blog in 2019. We competed nationally for the National Federation of Press Women and received a third-place standing of entries across the US.
A plentiful supply of corn is expected soon. Many of the growers at the Española Farmers Market consider themselves part of the long tradition in Northern New Mexico of food production. Planting started in spring of this year and the results have been laid out for customers with masks and social distancing. Only the vendors are handling the food.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
We've been opening slowly and getting used to the new guidelines associated with the health emergency.
And the farmers' market blog has also been slow in getting started. But hang onto your shopping bags because the produce is coming in from the fields and we're up and ready to provide the specials you have grown used to in the past.
Be here now on Mondays at the Española Farmers Market. See you then!