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Market Meals: Krazy for Kohlrabi

Did you ever wonder about that crazy-looking round veggie you see at the Market? Kohlrabi (also known as German Turnip) is a cruciferous vegetable related to cabbage, cauliflower, and Brussels...

This Saturday, June 22

Peppers, eggplants, green and yellow beans, red potatoes, lilies, and sunflowers were new. Expect to see more tomatoes, kale, chard, broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini, cucumbers, and herbs.

  • I saw curly...

Supporting Family Farms

Last week, as the rain was coming down, I was urging people to grab an umbrella and come out to shop the Market and support our vendors. I said that...

Market Meals: Taming the Tiger

This cool cucumber salad will tame any spicy summer dish. Cilantro stands in for lettuce (flat leaf parsley if you prefer), and cucumber, celery and scallions give it a satisfying...

This Saturday, June 15

Garlic scapes, celtuce (aka celery lettuce), tomatoes, and chestnut mushrooms were new last week. Expect to see lots more broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini, radishes, cucumbers, and kale

  • Celtuce, also called stem lettuce,...

Too Much Rain Hurts Crops

Earthly Delights had a limited supply of strawberries and wondered if they would be able to bring more this coming week. Liz told me that strawberries tend to soak up...

Market Meals: Vegging Out

Celebrate dad by throwing his favorite meat on the grill. And take care of him by piling on the healthy veggies. Here's a trio of tasty treats to please even...

This Saturday, June 8

Asparagus season is beginning to wind down. It will probably be available for another week or possibly more from some of the more northern farms. And if you haven’t picked...

Baby Goat Yoga (Goga)

A portion of the session fee goes right back to the Broad Ripple Farmers Market. Shop the market and support your local farmers at the market after. You won't wanna...

Market Meals: Summer Salads

  • Start with the greens. Butter lettuces, romaine, arugula, kale, collards, spinach – can all make a great salad base individually or in combinations. Try some herbs and/or microgreens for...
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