Archive for February, 2018

Goat cheese is back!

Lost Ruby Ranch returns this Saturday, February 24th with fabulous chevre!

The mama goats at Lost Ruby Ranch had a break from milking during the last few months of their pregnancies. It’s the beginning of kidding season on the ranch and Paul will have just enough milk this week for the season’s first batch of chevre!

Check these photos from our November farm visit. Paul’s goats are so well loved they behave like pet pups!

 

What’s Fresh February 24th

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market.

Fruits and Vegetables Micro Greens (sunflower, broccoli, radish, mustard, onion, dill, pea) Brussels Sprouts Broccoli Radish Turnip Carrot Spinach Lettuce Kale Bok Choy Green Onions Potatoes Pecans Greenhouse Tomatoes Assorted Herbs

Honey

Protein – Pasture-Raised Broth, Beef, Lamb, Pork, Chicken,  and Eggs, + Alaskan Salmon.

Dairy – ...   | Read More

What do you know about Just Pie?

Our winter visit to the cutest pie shop in all of East Texas made us feel so proud to call these pie makers ours.

 

Just Pie is owned and operated by Texas State Fair winner, Shannon Arnold Foltz. Mom and Pop are in on the business, too.  “Mama Pie” runs the kitchen at the Quinlan shop, where they make 600 pies a week, and Shannon’s Dad, Melvin, sells pies at the Coppell Farmers Market on Saturdays.

For baking tips and pre-orders hop over...   | Read More

Valentine's Day treats

Top Farmers Market Gifts for Valentine’s Day

The Coppell Farmers Market is open this Saturday and our vendors have all you need to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Along with flavorful groceries and sweet treats galore, shoppers will find a variety of meaningful gifts. The Coppell Farmers Market is open year-round, 8am-noon; open on February 10th and 24th.

Kissing Booth photos for pets, families and friends to be set up the duration of the market day in benefit the Coppell Humane Society.

 

Our Top Gift...   | Read More

Winter vegetables to be available

What’s Fresh February 10

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market.

Fruits and Vegetables Micro Greens (sunflower, broccoli, radish, mustard, onion, dill, pea) Brussels Sprouts Broccoli Radish Turnip Carrot Spinach Head Lettuce Kale Chard Bok Choy Arugula Green Onions Potatoes Pecans Greenhouse Tomatoes Assorted Herbs

Honey

Protein – Alaskan Salmon, Pasture-Raised Beef, Lamb, Pork, Chicken, Broth, and...   | Read More

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