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Know Your Food, Know Your Farmer: The Brookside Farmers’ Market is Kansas City’s original farmer-managed market.
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November 4 we are moving to our indoor location! Hours will be 9-12

Special Holiday Market next Wednesday December 20th 4-8PM!

Thank you shoppers for a great 14th market season! In gratitude to all our market customers we are holding another drawing for a gift basket this Saturday. The winner will receive the basket at our Holiday Market on Wednesday, December 20, 4-8 p.m (there will be no market Saturday December 23)

Get Farm-Fresh Food All Winter Long
 
Location will be the same as last year:  6675 Holmes Rd. – right at the intersection of Rockhill and Holmes. Research Medical Center – Brookside Campus. Use Research Lot B on Holmes (see the signs for Health Pavilion).
 
Market Open 9 AM – 12 PM on these dates:  11/4, 11/11, *11/18 (Pre-Thanksgiving Market), 12/2, 12/9, 12/16, *12/20 (Wednesday evening Holiday Market from 4-8 PM), 1/6, 1/20, 2/3, 2/17, 3/3, 3/17, 3/31.
 

December 16, 2017 Newsletter

Recipe for this week:

FROM THE MARKET CHEF Paige Vandegrift: 
The market is still filled to overflowing with delicious produce….most of which is perfect for making a warming pot of soup like this delicious French-style soup featuring leeks, cabbage, beans, turnips and sweet potatoes.  You will find the link to the recipe (as well as links for other ways to use cabbage, sweet potatoes and turnips) on the Brookside Farmers’ Market page on my blog.

 NEW THIS YEAR:

We have asked local chef and devoted market shopper Paige Vandegrift to develop recipes using the beautiful produce that will be on offer all season long at the BFM.  Chef Paige is a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu in London and has worked locally at The American Restaurant, The Pastry Goddess, The Culinary Center of Kansas City and currently at her own private chef service Simple – Food and Chef Shop Baking.  Paige is also a cooking teacher (at various local venues) and food blogger.  Paige’s blog, For Love of the Table, was a natural outgrowth of her passion for teaching and helping people to cook beautiful and delicious food from fresh, seasonal ingredients in their own kitchens, for their own tables.  The recipes she will be developing for the Brookside Market will be posted on her blog and linked to here in the market report.”

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