Worthington Farmers Market: July 29

10 Delicious Farmers Market Meals "Head to the farm stand and fill up your basket with fresh-picked produce and then try some of these easy and delicious dishes. Fresh produce never tasted so good!" There are so many different ways to use the fresh produce from the Worthington Farmers Market. Here are 10 ways to create meals from your Farmer's Market purchase including: Summer Vegetable Skewers, Sweet Corn Fritters, Cheesy Zucchini Pie, Pasta with Eggplant Sauce, Tomato and Mozzarella Salads, Grilled Vegetable Heroes, Cherry Tomato Penne Pasta, Corn Crab Cakes, Summer Squash and Bell Pepper Gratin, and Sweet Corn Succotash Check out The Spruce for the recipes to #getfreshwithus! Notes: Yoga

Worthington Farmers Market: July 22

Farmers' Market Fun For Everyone "Visiting a farmer’s market encourages a healthy lifestyle. Kids are surrounded by fruits and veggies, sold by local growers, who will often use more environmentally friendly methods of farming. Many children don’t really know where all of that food in the grocery store comes from. Seeing the food in a farmer’s market and talking to the farmers who grow it will help kids make connections between the food they eat and where it comes from." Click here to learn more about the importance of educating children on the importance of fresh food that can be found at the farmers' market. Note: No Market Sharpener Our vendors for Saturday, July 22nd include (in both alp

Worthington Farmers Market: July 15

Taste Education: Peaches Peaches are a huge hit in the summer months, and is the best time to buy them when their in the peak of the season, with the best flavor, freshness and nutritional value. The peach is a strong antioxidant Vitamin C, a good source of fiber and potassium. One medium peach has only 50 calories and makes for a delicious snack. There are many different uses for fresh peaches. Join us at the information tent for different samples and recipes for your sweet summer favorite, the peach! Healthy and delicious? Yes, please! Visit the information tent for your Taste Education. Also at the information tent tomorrow, Market Sprouts! Note: No Market Sharpener for Saturday, July 15

Worthington Farmers Market: July 8

Support Your Community at the Farmers' Market "The Farmer’s Market really is an important place. It is more than just about saving an extra dollar or even being hip and saying you went, it is about the personal interaction with the farmers who grow your food and supporting them in their craft. You should know where your food comes from whether you grow it yourself or pay for it from the farmer himself who tended to it. It is important to invest in good farmers just like it is important to support those who do artisan work. Farmers are artisans too. Tending to crops is an art and we so often forget that. Buying local is more than just helping the economy, it is about supporting the community

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