Worthington Farmers Market: October 1st

"Just read your post on "What is Midwestern Cuisine". I find it so interesting reading through my grandmas church cookbooks from the 70's, because I think you are right. There are many dishes that have more to do with the cultural influences of the parishioners than with the crops being farmed in the town." Today's newsletter is a contribution from Worthington Farmers Market fan, Katie Dillman, after reading and being inspired by one of our previous posts. Katie is a high school teacher, home cook, and the founder of Make Our Day. She enjoys good coffee, traveling, and hilarious questions asked by children. Sustaining Generational Businesses Through Farmer’s Market Vending Access to fresh pr

Market CLOSED on September 24, 2016

The Worthington Farmers Market will be closed this Saturday, September 24, 2016 to make way for Market Day, hosted by the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce. Please visit us next Saturday, October 1st starting at 8:00 am. Visiting Market Day? You can find the following farmers market vendors at tomorrow's event: Crum Strawberry Farm JNA Bread Bakery J-POPS Silver Bridge Coffee Sweet Thing Gourmet Click here for more information on the Worthington Farmers Market.

Worthington Farmers Market: September 17th

Farmers seeing Increased Demand for Local Produce "Around the country, however, Americans haven't had to look hard to find a farmer this year; 4,900 farmer's markets opened, an increase from 4,685 last year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said. In the most areas, shoppers can choose between several stands within a half-hour's drive in most directions from the city. Those trips are short compared to the thousands of miles that fruit, vegetables and other food might travel from California, South America or New Zealand before reaching stores.." Check out the rest of this article to learn more about how farmers deal with increased demand! See you at the market! Our vendors for Saturday, Sept

Worthington Farmers Market: September 3rd

What is Midwestern Cuisine? "What would traditional Midwestern cuisine look like if it were elevated to restaurant fare? I had started to wonder about this question after visiting restaurants in other states and abroad that were exploring the cuisines of their own regions. I’ve always thought that the local food movement, while welcome, was only scratching the surface of what it meant to be local, and that a different theme—indigenous food, for lack of a better term: food with a historic connection to a region and its people—would resonate to a much greater degree with an American audience." Check out the rest of this article to learn more about traditional Midwest food! See you at the marke

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