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What’s Fresh July 20

Use What’s Fresh to make meal plans and shopping lists.

SNAP accepted at our market.

JULY 20 VENDOR LIST + STALL MAPFRUIT

Cantaloupe*Watermelon*+Peaches*+Green Apples*+Pears*+

PLANTS & FLOWERS

Cut Flowers,  Stems and Bouquets+ Herb Seedlings+ Landscaping Plants +*

SUMMER VEGGIES

Sweet Corn+*Field Peas, hulled+Tomatoes:...   | Read More

Recipes from Recent Cooking Demos

Big thanks to all who attended Customer Appreciation Day on July 13th! What a great turn out!

Pat Simon, Owner of Customer CafeCustom Cafe

Custom Café  has been a vendor at our market for ages! They sell amazing custom soup/dip/bread dry mixes that are free of fake ingredients, like “natural flavors” and preservatives.

Custom Cafe Dill Potato Salad:

Ingredients

1 package...   | Read More

Save the Date! Annual Dinner Ticket Sales in August

The CFM is excited to announce a change in their annual fundraising dinner. The dinner will continue to take focus on joining food producers, chefs and professional cooks in celebration of the significance of local food but gone will be the days of long table with white linens and 100 formal servers clad in matching outfits. This year, on Saturday, October 12th, dinner guests will stroll Grapevine Springs Park and taste fifteen, or so, culinary creations. Most offerings will be paired with...   | Read More

What’s Fresh July 13

Use What’s Fresh to make meal plans and shopping lists.

SNAP accepted at our market.

JULY 13 VENDOR LIST + STALL MAPFRUIT

Cantaloupe*Watermelon*+Peaches*+Blueberries+Green Apples*+Pears*+

PLANTS & FLOWERS

Cut Flowers,  Stems and Bouquets+ Herb Seedlings+ Landscaping Plants +*

SUMMER VEGGIES

Sweet Corn+*Tomatoes: heirlooms,...   | Read More

Customer Appreciation Day Giveaways

On Saturday, July 13th the Coppell Farmers Market will celebrate our customers!

Reusable EcoBAGS for the first 500 customers!

In appreciation of our shoppers, we’re giving away organic cotton produce bags (limited supply) and hosting a full day of cooking demonstrations.

Cooking Demonstration Schedule:

All cooking demonstrations will be taught by CFM vendors, and...   | Read More

What’s Fresh Independence Day Cookout Edition

There’s nothing more delicious than a locally sourced holiday meal. Happy Fourth of July!

SNAP accepted at our market.

Cookout Fixin’s:Pastured Meat: Hamburger Beef, Brats, Chicken Handmade Hamburger & Hot Dog BunsBurger Toppings: Spreadable Bacon, Raw Milk Cheddar & Jalpeno Jack Cheese, Heirloom Slicing Tomatoes, Fresh Onions & Lettuce, Beer Brine Pickles Sides: Homemade Chips & Salsa, Chip Dip, Hummus, Corn on the...   | Read More

What’s Fresh June 22

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUIT

Peaches*+Plums *+Strawberries*Blackberries+Blueberries+

ROOTS

Beets *+ Radish *+  ...   | Read More

What’s Fresh June 15

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUIT

Peaches*+Plums *+Strawberries*Blackberries+Blueberries+

ROOTS

Beets *+ Radish *+  ...   | Read More

Farm Visit Photo Essay

During the month of May, Coppell Farmers Market (CFM) staff and volunteers visited four farms in East Texas, ticking up the count to seven total farms visited since our market season began in April.  During these visits our market staff is aiming to verify that vendors are growing what they sell, and to learn more about how food is produced for our community.  All vegetable growers who sell at the Coppell Farmers Market are subject to up to three site visits annually, and farm...   | Read More

What’s Fresh June 8

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUIT

Peaches*+Strawberries*+Blackberries +Blueberries+

ROOTS

Beets *+ Radish...   | Read More

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