Peaches Get All The Glory This Week!

July 22, 2016 – Beat the heat with peaches and stay cool with healthy prepared foods

Just one bite of our succulent farm fresh peaches will cool you off! And keep your kitchen cool with our Heatwave Weekend Dinner Plan

Did you know a peach tree can take up to 2-4 years to grow? Once the fruit hPeaches in cartonsas been picked, it only takes a couple days to 1 week to ripen?  So if you really want a juicy mouthwatering peach, simply leave them on your counter in brown paper bag for a few days. Then voila! Enjoy our farm fresh peaches in a salad, an entree or a dessert.

>>See our recipe for Balsamic Glazed Peaches 

Here is a sample of what our farmers tell us they will be bringing this week

  • Variety Boxes – get there early, these are popular!
  • Squash – Yellow and Zucchini
  • Tomatillos
  • Green Beans
  • Sweet Corn
  • Peaches – Yummmm!
  • Potatoes- Red and White
  • Cabbage – Red and Green
  • Beets
  • Carrots
  • Tomatoes
  • Broccoli
  • Eggplant
  • Hot peppers
  • Mushrooms
  • Fresh Herbs
  • Cut Flowers
  • Fresh Eggs


Heatwave Weekend Dinner Plan

Stay cool. Don’t cook. Let our vendors take the heat for you.

turkey burgers


Take home a main dish of curry chicken & jerk burgers from Aunt Daisy’s Caribbean Kitchen.




Pair with a side of garlic kale salad from Foodtastic Family Visions.





And don’t forget dessert – get a slice of Butter Pecan Pound Cake from Taste This Cake and Triple Chocolate Avocado Cookies from Scotty Cakes.





For ambiance, don’t forget to pick up a a beautiful arrangement of fresh flowers from our farmers. No need to turn on that oven!



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