Spring is just around the corner – and so’s our last winter market! Find us at Bachman’s on Lyndale (6010 Lyndale Ave S) from 9 am – 2pm on Saturday, March 22nd, inside the greenhouse. You’ll find a variety of local cheeses, meats, canned goods, prepared foods, breakfast / lunch items, and even some fresh produce! Plus – live music, demos, activities for kids, and beer & wine by the glass. It’s our last market before our Fulton and Kingfield markets open for the outdoor season on May 17th & 18th – don’t miss out!
Auntie Annie’s Fields: meats & eggs
Beez Kneez: clover, basswood, & buckwheat honey
Bodylish: bodycare products
Café Palmira: coffee beans
Chef Shack: street food
Davidson’s: honey & beeswax products, jams, jellies
Fazenda Boa Terra: produce
Gardens of Eagan: produce
Gai Gai Thai: Thai-inspired street food
Groveland Confections: chocolates and other confections
Havlicek’s Orchard: apples
Hazelwood Creek: pickled goods, jams
HeathGlen’s Kitchen: fruit beverage syrups, jams / jellies
ILO Bakery: Danish-inspired baked goods
Kiss My Cabbage: lacto-fermented sauerkraut & kimchi
LoveTree Farm: cow, goat and sheep’s milk cave-aged cheeses
Mi Casa: scarves & more
Mississippi Mushrooms: fresh mushrooms
Moonshine Coffee: fresh brewed coffee & coffee beans
Patisserie46: pastries, breads
Pottery for the Soul: functional pottery
Sassy Knitwear: cotton clothing for women and kids
Singing Hills Dairy: goat milk chevre & feta, yogurt, & pork
Star Thrower: sheep milk cheeses, lamb meat, yarn, pelts, wool blankets
Somi Tileworks: ceramic tiles
Sun Street Breads: pastries, breads, hot coffee
Sunrise Flour Mill: locally milled heritage wheat and other flours
Sunshine Harvest Farm: chicken, beef, pork, lamb, & eggs
The Moral Omnivore: street food
Walsh Ridge Farm: maple syrup, jams / jellies
Waxwing Farm: fresh greens, canned goods, soaps
Wise Acre Eatery’s Tangletown Farm: produce
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. – The Minnesota Farmers Market Cookbook: A Guide to Selecting and Preparing the Best Local Produce with Seasonal Recipes from Chefs and Farmers
Presentation and book signing with Tricia Cornell
Heritage Room, Bachman’s Garden Center
Presented by the Minnesota State Horticultural Society
Minneapolis author and local food writer Tricia Cornell provides time-tested kitchen shortcuts, tips on choosing each food in season, and plenty of advice on how to turn the fresh bounty of the farmers market into easy, delicious meals. The Minnesota Farmers Market Cookbook not only lets you enjoy Minnesota’s unique, renowned farmers’ market culture, but helps you make the most of it in your home kitchen. Tricia Cornell contributes to the food blog “The Heavy Table”.
The Minnesota Farmers Market Cookbook and Eat More Vegetables will be available for purchase.
10:00am – 12:00pm – Spark-Y
Spark-Y will have interactive demonstrations of their sustainable education labs for kids. Stop by to learn about aquaponics and vermicomposting through games and activities!
Parking is available on Lyndale Ave S and on 61st in addition to the Bachman’s lots.
The MetroTransit 4L bus also stops directly in front of Bachman’s.
We’re tremendously grateful for the support of our market sponsors – please support them as they support us!
Lakewinds Food Co-op has been a leader in local and organic food for nearly 40 years, and has a long tradition of helping the families, farmers and neighborhoods that make up our community. With current locations in Minnetonka and Chanhassen, Lakewinds is excited to open the doors to their new co-op in Richfield in June of 2014.
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