The Uber Ada Marketeers

Posted by on Aug 15, 2014 in Uncategorized

This season’s weather has been down right cranky and unrelenting in serving up a sky full of rain on Tuesdays.  It’s enough to drive everyone a little crazy. You would think a little rain would be harmless for a Market and generally that’s the case.  However, a little humidity has consequences for  some vendors. The threat of rain is a tough call on whether or not to attend.  Baked goods are especially vulnerable to shifts in humidity; breads losing height...

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Thinking of Christmas in July

Posted by on Jul 9, 2013 in Uncategorized

Last night my favorite radio station was in the retro part of its programming.  The show starts out with the ‘A’ side of a 45 rpm record and ends with the ‘B’ side.  This time the ‘B’ song was a 60’s do-wop version of, ‘Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer’.  Christmas in July! Started me thinking about all of the fresh produce we have now and capturing the flavors of summer all year long.  The flavor of ripe raspberries in a...

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Minding a Beautiful Market

Posted by on Jun 23, 2013 in Uncategorized

The opening of the Ada Farmers Market on June 18th could not have been more perfect – the weather, the volunteers, the vendors and the visitors all came together in a spectacular mix of fun and freshness.  Thank you to everyone for making the organization from start to finish an effortless task.

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Carrots, Anyone?

Posted by on Oct 29, 2012 in Uncategorized

Discovered these great carrots at the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market last week – about 3″ in diameter (and some were larger)! Grown by Matt Romero Farms, sauteed in some garlic infused olive oil (from Valley Garlic Company, another vendor) – delicious, tender and sweet. Should we have these in the Ada Farmers’ Market next...

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