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July at FRESHFARM Crystal City #MarketVine

July 23rd, 2013 · No Comments

July is the month for cherries and berries at DC farmers markets — what have you been baking with these beauties? FreshFarm Crystal City — July from Colleen | GlassBottle on Vimeo. This week’s #MarketVine is from FRESHFARM Crystal City, with one of our favorite vendors: Kuhn Orchards of Adams County, Pennsylvania. The fourth generation [...]

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At the Market This Week #MarketVine

May 31st, 2013 · No Comments

Here’s a quick look at what you’ll find at the farmers markets this week, in the DC Metro area: asparagus, rhubarb, strawberries, blueberries, even some cherries coming in! Westover Farmers Market ~ May from Colleen | GlassBottle on Vimeo. (Vine from the Westover Farmers Market in Arlington, Sundays, 8am-noon.)

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Postcard from Dane County Farmers Market, Wisconsin

May 19th, 2013 · 1 Comment

This weekend I was in Madison, Wisconsin, on cheese business. (Yes, really!) Of course a visit to the Dane County Farmers Market, on the state capitol square, was on the agenda. The nation’s largest producer-only farmers market, the square was bustling with people browsing cheese curds, fresh baked goods, local meats, and ample spring produce [...]

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Sunday Farmers Markets Open in Alexandria, Arlington

May 5th, 2013 · No Comments

May brings the opening of the seasonal markets to Washington, DC and the suburbs, including two of our favorite, family-friendly Sunday markets: the West End Farmers Market in Alexandria (8:30am-1:00pm) and the Westover Farmers Market in N. Arlington (now 8:00am-noon). Yes, Westover was open through the winter but the full slate of vendors is now [...]

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Spring in Jerusalem (#KidsCook Ottolenghi)

April 17th, 2013 · 2 Comments

A confession: my dinner menu hits quite a rut in the last long, cold stretch of winter. Tired of heavy foods but without fresh spring produce, it’s a struggle to find inspiration in the kitchen. When the weather does finally turn warm (or jumps straight to 90 degrees, as it suddenly was this past week), [...]

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Tags: at market · cookbooks · cooking with kids · global flavors