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From Our Market to Your Table

2018-05-31T14:35:35-07:00

40 YEARS OF HAPPY CUSTOMERS! Robin and Shanny Covey began buying produce at the SLO Farmers’ Market when they opened their natural foods store, The Robin’s Nest, in 1980. They were young entrepreneurs at just 23-years old and were very passionate about

From Our Market to Your Table2018-05-31T14:35:35-07:00

Meet Our Farmers: Los Osos Valley Organic Farm

2018-05-31T14:32:51-07:00

LOS OSOS VALLEY ORGANIC FARM Jim Terrick has his grandfather to blame for his love of farming. The elder Mr. Terrick farmed grains, wine grapes and vegetables near Riverside. Jim began his own adventure in farming in 1980 in Orange County and

Meet Our Farmers: Los Osos Valley Organic Farm2018-05-31T14:32:51-07:00

Meet Our Farmers: PC Cattle Company

2018-05-31T14:29:12-07:00

PC CATTLE COMPANY Pete Cramer had a simple desire when starting PC Cattle Company in 1998: He wanted to produce healthy meat products for his family and friends. He began selling beef with the SLO County Farmers’ Market Association and soon realized

Meet Our Farmers: PC Cattle Company2018-05-31T14:29:12-07:00

Market visit from YMCA Winter Campers

2018-01-11T11:37:24-08:00

We were happy to host a group of students from SLO County YMCA at our Arroyo Grande Wednesday market recently. They learned about and tasted kiwis along with a variety of other fruits and vegetables. After visiting all of the farmers, the children were

Market visit from YMCA Winter Campers2018-01-11T11:37:24-08:00

These Fruits Can Create a New You for the New Year

2018-01-02T13:28:22-08:00

Peter Antonio sells tomatoes at the Morro Bay farmer's market. You don't even need to think about what this year's top New Year's resolution is. Because it's pretty much the same as it always is: Lose weight. Get healthy. Of course, we

These Fruits Can Create a New You for the New Year2018-01-02T13:28:22-08:00

The art of the pomegranate

2017-11-08T11:51:34-08:00

While fruits have long provided fodder for still life paintings, the pomegranate has held a special place in the eyes of artists for centuries. Surrealist Salvador Dali’s “Dream, Caused by the Flight of a Bee (Around a Pomegranate, a Second Before Waking

The art of the pomegranate2017-11-08T11:51:34-08:00

Newest Market Additions Add Flavor and Variety

2017-08-02T07:59:53-07:00

Preservative-free jerky, a variety of beans and clarified butter made from a Syrian recipe are all new to local farmers' markets this month. Slice of Templeton jerky has now joined the Morro Bay farmers' market on Thursdays. The company offers high quality

Newest Market Additions Add Flavor and Variety2017-08-02T07:59:53-07:00

Beans Coming to SLO Saturday Market

2017-07-27T16:28:06-07:00

Lori Heal is popular at farmer's markets with her Mama's Preserves and 2 Peas in a Pod products. Beginning this weekend, she will join the Saturday farmers' market in San Luis Obispo (at the World Market /Embassy Suites parking lot), where she

Beans Coming to SLO Saturday Market2017-07-27T16:28:06-07:00

Sqaush on the Grill? Putting Veggies on the Barbecue

2017-07-20T14:55:42-07:00

Flipping burgers on a sizzling outdoor grill is as much of a summer staple as baseball, swimming pools and family road trips. But those grills don't have to be just about meat. Just as your grill gives chicken a special

Sqaush on the Grill? Putting Veggies on the Barbecue2017-07-20T14:55:42-07:00

The Meat of the Vegetable World

2017-07-03T10:42:28-07:00

Mushrooms are neither vegetables nor meat. However, they are known as the "meat of the vegetable world." While considered a fungus, a mushroom can grow in soil, like a vegetable, and some mushrooms feature a meat-like texture. Hence, the meat-vegetable moniker. Most

The Meat of the Vegetable World2017-07-03T10:42:28-07:00
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