Archive for 2016

Get Festive THIS Saturday!

The Coppell Farmers Market is on Winter Market Schedule, open 8am-noon on December 17th, and on the second and fourth Saturdays in January-March.

Lots of holiday fun to take place this Saturday at the Coppell Farmers Market! And, plan to shop for your holiday needs: flavorful meal ingredients, homemade desserts, and handmade gifts.

Event Schedule: 10:30- Garden Time for Kids 10:40- Story Time: Dingle’s Christmas Adventure, read by Author and CFM Vendor Peter...   | Read More

What’s Fresh December 17

What’s fresh at the market this weekend.

SNAP benefits accepted at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fruit– Pecan

Vegetables– Radish Carrot Beet Broccoli Lettuce Kale Collard Greens Chinese Cabbage Bok Choy Mustard Greens Butternut Squash Spaghetti Squash Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Micro Greens (sunflower, radish,...   | Read More

It’s Comfort Food Season

It’s the season of warm comfort foods and family gatherings. What ingredients do you buy at the CFM to make your favorite comfort foods? Chuck roast, carrots, and potatoes? Crunchy cookies and freshly roasted coffee? Hand-made sour dough bread? We love to see the meals you prepare with farmers market ingredients. Share with us by hashtagging #CoppellFarmersMarket on Facebook and Instagram.  The Coppell Farmers Market is on Winter Market Schedule, open 8am-noon on December 3rd & 17th,...   | Read More

What’s Fresh December 3rd

SNAP benefits accepted at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fruit– Persimmon & Pecan

Vegetables– Radish Carrot Beet Lettuce Kale Collard Greens Chinese Cabbage Bok Choy Mustard Greens Butternut Squash Acorn Squash Spaghetti Squash Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Hydroponic Greens  (arugula, lettuce, watercress, mustard greens, basil) Micro Greens (sunflower, radish,...   | Read More

Let the CFM Help you Prepare the Tastiest Holiday Meals

The Coppell Farmers Market will be open through November 19th. Closed November 26th. Winter Market dates are the first and third Saturdays in December, and the second and fourth Saturdays from January-March, 8am-noon.

 

The Coppell Farmers Market is still open for business and will remain open through the winter. In fact, it’s been a bountiful fall and our farmers are thrilled to share the best and most flavorful ingredients, and our artisan...   | Read More

What’s Fresh November 19th

SNAP benefits accepted at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fruit– Persimmon 

Vegetables– Radish Carrot Beet Kale Chinese Cabbage Bok Choy Mustard Greens Butternut Squash Acorn Squash Spaghetti Squash Sweet Potatoes Fall Tomatoes (Slicer, Heirloom, and Plumb) Green Tomatoes Green Beans Zucchini Cucumber Eggplant Sweet and Hot Pepper Hydroponic Greens  (arugula, lettuce,...   | Read More

Chef Stewart demo of turkey brine

Texas Tea Turkey Brine

Last Saturday Chef Hugh Stewart shared tricks of the turkey brining trade for our Market to Kitchen Chef Demo series. Here’s his Texas Tea Turkey Brine recipe.

Chef Hugh Stewart Chamberlains Fish Market Grill Dallas, TX

Texas Tea Brined Turkey

Brine

1 gal. Ice Tea

2 cups Honey

1 cup Salt

¼ cup Whole Peppercorn

3 ea Bay Leaf

1ea Onion, chopped

3# Ice

Warm tea to a simmer and add all...   | Read More

Abundant Fall Harvest and Updates

Fall Harvest: Last Saturday farmers brought their bountiful harvests to the Coppell Farmers Market, and we welcomed back long-time farm and vendor D-Bar Farms.  At this time more than ten growers and ranchers are providing the Coppell community with the best locally produced vegetables and meats. This season’s produce haul has included persimmons, heirloom tomatoes, winter squash and sweet potatoes, a variety of greens- like kale, mustards, and Chinese...   | Read More

What’s Fresh November 12th

SNAP benefits accepted at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fruit– Persimmon 

Vegetables– Radish Carrot Beet Kale Chinese Cabbage Bok Choy Mustard Greens Butternut Squash Acorn Squash Spaghetti Squash Sweet Potatoes Fall Tomatoes (Slicer, Heirloom, and Plumb) Green Tomatoes Green Beans Zucchini Cucumber Eggplant Sweet and Hot Pepper Hydroponic Greens  (arugula, lettuce,...   | Read More

Radish and Ricotta on Toast

Find a rainbow of radishes this weekend at the CFM. This simple recipe calls for ricotta, but  local goat cheese is all the more delicious! We recommend Village Baking Co’s sourdough or multigrain.See the recipe on Dishing Up the Dirt, a farm to table blog.

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