REALLY EATING Farmers Market find
Saturday morning I headed over to the Farmers Market in Detroit Lakes MN. My main goal was to find some local Honeycrisp applies, but I wasn't so lucky. Turns out they won't be ready for about another... Posted on 9/4/13 at 2:16 PM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Are you a fan of farmers markets?
There are many things to enjoy about summers on the Upper Midwest. Farmers markets are one of them, at least for some area residents.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture promotes and encourages farmer... Posted on 6/25/13 at 8:12 AM
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Summer fun for families
Todays blog is written by Michaela Schell, a local writer and business professional.
As the years pass, I find myself looking more and more for kid friendly events that cater to our growing family. T... Posted on 6/11/13 at 10:10 AM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Weekend In The Twin Cities & A Torta Quest
The other weekend, I wanted to eat a torta.
My torta craving grew to the point where I considered driving three hours for a sandwich. Nothing more. Just a sandwich.
Just before we moved to Fargo, I ... Posted on 8/17/12 at 6:02 AM
ON MY MIND Are all produce at Farmers' Markets grown locally ?
I love Farmers' Market. In summer Ioften buy vegetables from the Farmers' Marketsin St. Paul or Woodbury to supplement whatI have from my own garden.
According to the St. Paul Farmers' Market website... Posted on 8/25/11 at 12:02 AM
Quinn Olson says it’s a way to get better, fresher food out there in a more convenient way. A 1986 graduate of the high school in Fosston, which is about 60 miles southeast of East Grand Forks on U.S. Highway 2, Olson lived in California for about 20 years before moving back a little more than a year ago to care for his mother.
The Grand Forks Moving More, Eating Smarter Coalition sponsored an Iron Chef Cook-off at Saturday’s Farmers Market between Nathan Sheppard of the Blue Moon in East Grand Forks and Greg Gefroh of UND Dining Services.
The art of bread making is a science to Jodee Brown.
Brown, aka in northwest Minnesota as “The Bread Lady,” makes hundreds of loaves each summer and sells them twice weekly at the Crookston Farmer’s Market. Trying and developing new recipes and techniques and making a variety of flavors keeps baking interesting and challenging for Brown who sells the bread under the name of “Farmer Brown’s Bread.”
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