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Coppell Farmers Market Operational Standards during COVID-19 Public Emergency.

Photo By Abigail Paxton Photography

The City of Coppell considers the CFM to be a valuable source of fresh produce, meats, dairy and other local staples and hopes be in a position to support this service through this uncertain time. To continue providing this service, the Coppell Farmers Market will adhere to the following recommendations from the City of Coppell:

CUSTOMER...   | Read More

Costume Contest!

Scare on the Square is coming!

CFM will set up a contactless candy pickup station, Fletcher’s Corndogs Pop-Up will visit Old Town, AND we’re giving away $50 to the best costumed shoppers! We’ll be looking out for farmers market themed costumes. Market Money is redeemable with any vendor.

To enter the Farmers Market Costume Contest:

Visit the market’s welcome booth between 8am and noon Leave a name and email...   | Read More

Facebook Live Recording: Spiced Indian Dal Soup with Sapna

Cooking demonstration with CFM vendor beSPICED!

Catch the live recording on the Coppell Farmers Market Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/664307714292030

For this demonstration, Sapna Punjabi-Gupta guides participants through a plant-powered soup recipe that uses her favorite fall season spices, seasonal produce from the market, and a variety of dals (split beans and lentils).

Dal soup kit available for purchase on...   | Read More

It Takes a Village, Meet Yours: Wackym’s Kitchen

Written by Aimee Blinder, Coppell Farmers Market (CFM) Committee Member and Creative Writer.

In our interview series, It Takes A Village, Meet Yours, we take time out to meet with a variety of our cherished and beloved vendors where they share interesting and fun perspectives on their lives.

If you’ve been to CFM, then you most definitely know our next vendor spotlight. Paul from Wackym’s Kitchen is known for his creative and colorful hats and in normal...   | Read More

How to make Indian Spiced Okra with BeSPICED

CFM vendor BeSpiced shares a spiced okra recipe, okra cooking tips, and about the nutritional and Ayurvedic benefits of okra.

It Takes a Village: Our Chat with Highway 19 Produce

Pam and Mark on a recent market day. Photo by CFM Volunteer, Marilyn Horton.

Written by Aimee Blinder, Coppell Farmers Market (CFM) Committee Member and Creative Writer.

As we continue winding our way through our delightful interview series, we caught up with Pam Bever from one of our newest vendors, Highway 19 Produce, who joined CFM in February of this year. Even though customers recognize Pam and Mark as the faces at the Market, the true heart of this family operation is...   | Read More

It Takes a Village: Our Chat with Jersey Girls Dairy

Written by Aimee Blinder, CFM Committee Volunteer

On a recent warm summer night, I gave a ring to Leah and Brady Courtney who spoke to me from their home in Winnsboro, situated two hours away from Coppell. Their dairy operation is a family affair having started as a commercial dairy farm back in the early 90’s by Brady’s dad Toey and mom Linda, transitioning to a retail farm in 2007. As the sole dairy offering at CFM, we were eager to get a look into their life and hear their...   | Read More

It Takes A Village, Meet Yours: Our Chat with beSPICED

Written by Aimee Blinder, CFM Committee Member

In our new interview series, It Takes A Village, Meet Yours, we take time out to meet with a variety of our cherished vendors where they share interesting and fun perspectives on their lives.

Today’s spotlight is on Sapna Punjabi-Gupta of beSPICED. Offering a rich tapestry of blended healing modalities and traditions, Sapna’s journey and passion shines through in our recent virtual sit down. We had a wonderful...   | Read More

It Takes A Village, Meet Yours: Our Chat with Bishop Hill Farm Flowers

Written by Aimee Blinder, CFM Committee Member

In our new interview series, It Takes A Village, Meet Yours, we take time out to meet with a variety of our cherished vendors where they share interesting and fun perspectives on their lives.

We recently had the pleasure of having a virtual sit down with our premiere floral connoisseur Amanda Vanhoozier of Bishop Hill Farm Flowers. She spoke with us from her home & urban flower farm just a hoot & a holler...   | Read More

It Takes A Village, Meet Yours: Our Chat with Delanco Farms

Written by Aimee Blinder, CFM Committee Member

In our new interview series, we take time out to meet with a variety of our cherished vendors where they share interesting and fun perspectives on their lives.

Today’s spotlight is on Delanco Farms. Over six years ago Colleen & Russell Gonzales along with their two daughters moved to Paradise, Texas to follow their dream of creating a sustainable, organic principled farm on their six acres of land. Colleen and Russell...   | Read More

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