Archive for June, 2016

Heirloom Tomato & Watermelon Salad

THIS is your FOURTH OF JULY SALAD!  Amazingly refreshing and flavorful. See the full recipe.CFM Shopping List: 1 Large Watermelon 3 Large Tomatoes 1 Small Red Onion Texas Olive Ranch Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar 1 Bunch Basil Latte Da Plain Goat CheesePhoto and Recipe from Dishing up the Dirt

What’s Fresh July 2nd

Celebrate Independence Day with the best ingredients! Find these the following on Saturday: hand made hamburger & hot dog buns, sustainably raised beef & pork, raw milk cheese, heirloom slicing tomatoes, fresh onions, watermelon,  chips & salsa, pies and more!

Vegetables– Tomatoes, Cherry & Slicer Zucchini Strait Neck and Pattipan Squash Cucumber, Pickling and Slicer Green Beans Eggplant Bell Pepper New Potatoes Shelled...   | Read More

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Farm to Table Dinner Round UP

Last Saturday evening marked the sixth Coppell Farmers Market Farm to Table Dinner. It was a wonderful evening and Coppell FM committee members felt a strong sense of community and pride in sharing the celebration of local food with vendors, volunteers, and guests.

Led for the sixth year by market vendors Chefs Victoria and Robby Hooker, whose vision, creativity, and commitment to giving back make this event possible. The chefs treated one hundred twenty dinner guests to a...   | Read More

What’s Fresh June 25th

Vegetables– Tomatoes, Cherry & Slicer Zucchini Strait Neck and Pattipan Squash Cucumber, Pickling and Slicer Green Beans Eggplant Bell Pepper New Potatoes Shelled Field Peas Green Onions Roots (beets, carrots, turnips, radish) Greens  (Swiss chard, collards, kale, mustard greens) Lettuce Arugula Cabbage Broccoli  Pecans Oyster Mushrooms Microgreens (kale, herbs, radish, mustard) 

Fruit– Plums, Blueberries,...   | Read More

Chef Demo June 25th- Joe Baker

Chef Joe Baker will teach and entertain on Saturday, June 25th for the Coppell Farmers Market Chef Demo series. Participants will learn Chef Joe’s very special cake glazing technique. Samples and recipes will be provided to attendees. The event starts at 10:00am and goes until it’s done.

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About the Chef:

Chef/Owner Joe Baker...   | Read More

Cherry Tomato & White Wine Pasta

If you visited the farmers market last Saturday you probably noticed an abundance of brilliantly colored cherry tomatoes! Here is a tasty and quick recipe that is sure to satisfy time and time again. See the recipe.

Coppell Farmers Market Shopping List:

1 pint cherry tomatoes 1 package spaghetti 1 medium-sized zucchini Texas olive oil crushed red pepper flakes 1 bunch basil Chef Milton’s Sea Salt Cheese of any flavor

 

 

What’s Fresh June 18th

Vegetables– Tomatoes Zucchini Strait Neck and Pattipan Squash Cucumber Green Beans Eggplant Bell Pepper New Potatoes Shelled Field Peas Green Onions Roots (beets, carrots, turnips, radish) Greens  (Swiss chard, collards, kale, mustard greens, lettuce)  Cabbage Pecans Oyster Mushrooms Microgreens (kale, herbs, radish, mustard) 

Fruit– Plums, Blueberries, Blackberrries, Strawberries, Peaches

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Roasted Summer Squash Pasta

Here's a tasty idea for cooking the ever abundant summer squash! Recipe in full.
CFM Shopping List: Pasta (any type) 4 Medium Summer Squash Texas Olive Oil Chef Milton's Sea Salt Pecans (sub for pine nuts) Crushed Red Pepper 1 Bunch Cilantro

Weekly Garden Meetup for Kids

Have your children enjoyed the school garden experience? Continue the Garden learning at the Coppell Farmers Market each Saturday morning with the Weekly Garden Meet Up for Kids.

Find the Market Manager at the Coppell Farmers Market Learning Garden near the flagpole weekly at 10:30 to discover what’s in season for harvesting & what’s growing for the next week.

What’s Fresh June 11th

Vegetables– Tomatoes Zucchini Strait Neck and Pattipan Squash Cucumber Green Beans Eggplant Bell Pepper New Potatoes Shelled Field Peas Green Onions Roots (beets, carrots, turnips, radish) Greens  (Swiss chard, collards, kale, mustard greens, lettuce)  Leeks Spinach Kohlrabi Fennel Broccoli, Cauliflower, cabbage Sugar Snap Peas Pecans Oyster Mushrooms Microgreens (kale, herbs, radish, mustard) 

Fruit– Blueberries,...   | Read More

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