Archive for August, 2014

What’s Fresh – August 16

Cantaloupe, Israeli melons, watermelon varieties, and some apples and perhaps pears continue. There is a slight possibility that blueberries and peaches will return this week. Broad choices of varieties and sizes of tomatoes, squash, and eggplant continue. Find peppers in a wide range of size, color and piquancy, like the golf-ball sized bright red cherry pepper packing a hot pepper punch. The farmer knows the use for each variety. Cucumbers, onions, red and white potatoes are also...   | Read More

National Farmers Market Week: August 3-9

Celebrate National Farmers Market Week with a visit to the Coppell Farmers Market this weekend to stock your pantry, refrigerator, and freezer. Thank a farmer and producer while you chat and purchase. Let them know you care about their attendance at our market.

What’s Fresh – August 9

Midsummer produce is in peak production, the perfect time to buy quantity for preserving and canning. Place an order ahead with a farmer or ask if they have a large quantity with them on a given day. To find information on how to preserve for the offseason, search “canning” or “freezing” on our website.

Cantaloupe and watermelon varieties continue. Soft fruits are just about done for this year in North Texas. Customers are lucky if they find any of these this week. Tomatoes,...   | Read More

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