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 boot.
WHAT’S FRESH HOLIDAY SEASON EDITION
Use What’s Fresh, our product listing that’s updated weekly, to make your grocery shopping list. The Holiday Edition features holiday meal ingredients and treats + gift ideas. WHAT’S FRESH HOLIDAY
- HOLIDAY SWEET POTATOES (the delicious and health conscious way) at the Coppell Farmers Market. This is a FREE cooking demonstration with local nutritionist and good food advocate, Allie Wayman of Wild Roots Nutrition. Demo to take place at 10am and will be located beneath blue Coppell Farmers Market canopies near our main pavilion.
- PERFECT ROASTED TURKEY at Natural Grocers in Coppell by CFM vendor and chef Joe the Baker. The class begins at 1:00; tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased at Joe-the-baker.com
Saturday November 24th the Coppell Farmers Market will be CLOSED in observance of Thanksgiving weekend.
The Coppell Farmers Market fulfills grocery needs year-round. Market staff visits all farms on a regular basis with the mission to ensure fruits and veggies are grown by the seller. Open Saturdays 8am-noon, but closed November 24, December 22 and December 29 in observance of the holidays. From January -March the market is open only on 2nd and 4th Saturdays, 8am-noon. Located at 768 W. Main St. in Old Town Coppell.