San Luis Obispo

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

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

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

What’s That For?

2017-04-19T09:42:36-07:00

Sure, we all know the fruit and veggie all-stars -- the apples, carrots, strawberries and lettuce. But every now and then you see something at your local farmers' market that stumps you. In this short video, farmers explain some of their lesser

What’s That For?2017-04-19T09:42:36-07:00

Feel the Luck of the Irish with Shepherd’s Pie

2017-03-15T09:56:43-07:00

Friday marks the only day of the year when it’s socially acceptable to pinch your peers if they are not wearing green -- and, yes, we’re talking about St. Patrick’s Day. Along with the holiday’s traditions of styling shamrock-beaded necklaces putting on

Feel the Luck of the Irish with Shepherd’s Pie2017-03-15T09:56:43-07:00

Strawberry Fields Forever

2017-03-07T10:22:22-08:00

It’s that time of the year to head down to your local farmers’ market and get a fresh basket of strawberries. We have a few tips you can use after picking up this season’s freshest berries: To remove the strawberry’s core and

Strawberry Fields Forever2017-03-07T10:22:22-08:00

The Joys of Spring

2017-03-03T15:57:41-08:00

With all the rain, gray skies and chilly temperatures, we’ve paid our dues this winter. And now comes the pay-off: lush green hills, warm temps and once-dry lakes now filled with water. Hope does indeed spring eternal – especially in spring! The

The Joys of Spring2017-03-03T15:57:41-08:00

“Snow Night” stocking stuffer ideas

2017-01-27T11:33:41-08:00

Grab your mittens and scarves -- Thursday is Snow Night during the Downtown Farmers' Market in San Luis Obispo. And if you haven't already completed your holiday shopping, well -- that snow might be a brisk reminder that time is running out.

“Snow Night” stocking stuffer ideas2017-01-27T11:33:41-08:00

Simplify Thanksgiving dinner with chicken

2017-01-27T11:40:26-08:00

Look, we understand your anxiety about Thanksgiving dinner. It’s the turkey, right? It takes forever to thaw, you have to cook it just right and – let’s face it – it’s kind of slimy and gross. (Giblets, anyone?) But you’re not bound

Simplify Thanksgiving dinner with chicken2017-01-27T11:40:26-08:00
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