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Paleo Sweet Potato Recipe from Wild Roots Nutrition

The Coppell Farmers Market hosted Allie Wayman of Wild Roots Nutrition for a Thanksgiving inspired cooking demonstration. Allie taught us how to make a delicious Paleo sweet potato casserole, and shared tips on enjoying the holidays with REAL FOOD.

 

Our market hosts four cooking demonstrations each year; the demos are taught by diverse Dallas-area food and health educators and chefs. This series is offered free of charge and aims to share delicious food prep ideas with...   | Read More

What’s Fresh Holiday Season Edition

Use What’s Fresh to make your grocery list. SNAP accepted at our farmers market. H O L I D A Y 

Farmers and vendors are producing seasonal treats and quality ingredients for your Thanksgiving celebration…

Pre Order for Market Pickup–

Rehoboth Ranch Turkey (order by midnight Nov. 14) Livestock First Ranch Bone-In Cured and Smoked Ham (order at the market) Joe the Baker Pastries, Pies, and...   | Read More

November: Cooking Demos and Thanksgiving Ingredients

When it comes to good food and learning to best prepare local and delicious ingredients, there is much to anticipate this month at the Coppell Farmers Market! Farmers and vendors are producing seasonal treats and quality ingredients for your Thanksgiving celebration, like: local, pasture-raised turkey, professional pies that are sold ready to eat, and just-harvested sweet potatoes and green beans. On November 17, add two cooking demonstrations by local professionals to...   | Read More

What’s Fresh Holiday Season Edition

Use What’s Fresh to make your grocery list. SNAP accepted at our farmers market. H O L I D A Y 

Farmers and vendors are producing seasonal treats and quality ingredients for your Thanksgiving celebration…

Pre Order for Market Pickup–

Rehoboth Ranch Turkey (order by midnight Nov. 14) Livestock First Ranch Bone-In Cured and Smoked Ham (order at the market) Joe the Baker Pastries, Pies,...   | Read More

The CFM is OPEN All Winter!

Our farmers market is open year-round, rain or shine.

 

WINTER OPEN DATES {2nd and 4th Saturdays, January – March}: January 12 & 26 February 9 & 23 March 9 & 23 *notice the last Saturday is March is closed, open weekly beginning April 6.

WINTER CLOSURES: November 24 in observance of Thanksgiving weekend December 22 & 29 in observance of the Christmas holiday

 

What’s Fresh November 3

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market. 

Vendors are vetted to ensure they grow and produce what they sell. Ask the farmers to learn about their growing practices, or visit the Meet Our Vendors page.

Fruits + Vegetables

Persimmon Mushrooms: Lion’s Mane, Oyster, Shiitake Sweet Potatoes Winter Squash Beets Radish Green Beans & Long Beans Green Onions Sweet Potato Greens Kale Chinese Cabbage Hydroponically Grown Head...   | Read More

What’s Fresh October 20

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market. 

Vendors are vetted to ensure they grow and produce what they sell. Ask the farmers to learn about their growing practices, or visit the Meet Our Vendors page.

Fruits + Vegetables

Persimmon Mushrooms: Lion’s Mane, Oyster, Shiitake Sweet Potatoes Winter Squash Green Beans & Long Beans Sweet Potato Greens Kale Chinese Cabbage Dandelion Greens Hydroponically Grown Head Lettuce,...   | Read More

Fall Fun for Kids

Bring the whole family to shop groceries and play at the Coppell Farmers Market this October!

OCTOBER CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES: 

Saturday, Oct. 13: 

CANCELLED DUE TO RAIN Garden Time for Kids at the CFM Learning Garden (10:30-11:15): Pumpkin and Squash Decorating

Saturday, Oct. 20:

Garden Time for Kids at the CFM Learning Garden (10:30-11:15): Face Painting Cozby Library Booth (8am-noon): Pumpkin...   | Read More

Farm to Table Wrap Up

Last Saturday evening, October 13th, marked the 10th Coppell Farmers Market Farm to Table Dinner, a fundraising event that honors the face and taste of local food, and features food from Coppell Farmers Market (CFM) farmers and producers, prepared by local chefs and students from area culinary schools. Coppell Farmers Market committee members felt a strong sense of community and pride in sharing the celebration of local food with vendors, volunteers, and guests.

Dinner attendee,...   | Read More

What’s Fresh October 13

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market. 

Vendors are vetted to ensure they grow and produce what they sell. Ask the farmers to learn about their growing practices, or visit the Meet Our Vendors page.

Vegetables

Mushrooms: Lion’s Mane, Oyster, Shiitake Sweet Potato Greens Kale Chinese Cabbage Hydroponically Grown Head Lettuce, Salad Greens, and Basil Field Grown Head Lettuce Salad Mix (bagged) Micro Greens (sunflower,...   | Read More

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