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SAT 8am-2pm Cooperstown Farmers’ Market

August 12, 2011
CFM watermelon
M E L O N S at the market… we still have berries, and now melons from Heller’s Farm. And the early apples are starting to appear from Middlefield Orchard. This must be Shangri-La!

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T O M A T O E S , and I am thinking, Niçoise salad, a cold salad platter of various vegetables topped with tuna. This is easy, arrange a bed of lettuce, ripe tomato wedges, halved boiled new potatoes, steamed green beans, wedges of hard-boiled eggs, olives, thinly sliced rings of onion, and whatever else you like, then top with canned tuna, (garnish with anchovies, or not,) and serve with your favorite vinaigrette. This is one of my favorite, make-ahead, hardy, party salads – and if the grill is going, grill some fresh tuna and leave the canned variety on the shelf for now. The Farm and Gaia’s Breath Farm have the veg you need for the organic version.

Hare and Feather has split D U C K halves for the grill. And chicken

S A S U A G E sweet Italian links, great with onions and peppers on a bun. If it is a new tasty twist on chicken you are looking for, try The Herb Cupboard, Sheri has the best chicken seasoning mix, works like a rub for oven roasting.

Market now offers EBT services for the SNAP Program [Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program]. Stretch your EBT benefits – for every $5 of food stamps you get an extra $2 to spend at the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market. Offer expires 11/15/11.

At the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market you can look forward to the quality items local customers have come to expect. The selection is wonderful, from seasonal fruits and vegetables to all cuts of local meats and fresh poultry. We also have a bounty of local eggs, cheeses, and yogurt, honey and maple syrup, home-baked sweets and treats, flowers and greenery, as well as handmade crafts, like candles, soaps and much much MORE!

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