Orange is the Hot Color This Weekend!

Seems like orange is the go to color this time of year and we have plenty of options available to help you stay on trend. From our eye-catching carrots to perfectly ghoulish pumpkins, the Farmers Market can help you fashion an orange extravaganza perfect for celebrating fall. Speaking of carrots, have you tried roasting them more »

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Don’t Let the Fall Weather Fool You, It’s Still Tomato Season!

You might think the chill in the air has signaled the end of fresh local tomatoes, but not so fast! We still haven’t seen a frost in the area so there are still lots of fresh tomatoes to be enjoyed. And now is the time to can or freeze these beauties so you can enjoy more »

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Simple Grilled Summer Squash

Recipe for Simple Grilled Summer Squash: Wash medium-sized yellow summer squash. Slice about a quarter to half inch thick, either lengthwise or in circles, drizzle with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Grill over medium heat for 3 or 4 minutes on each side until soft and translucent. This also works with small patty pan squash more »

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We’re Crazy for Gourds!

We’re ready to squash your fear of gourds! Squash can be a little confusing since you can buy summer squash well into the fall, and winter squash start showing up in late summer. It’s enough to drive you out of your gourd! Now’s the perfect time to explore different varieties. Whether you plan to eat more »

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Potatoes. Perfect Side Dish!

Scrub and boil a pound of small potatoes in salted water until soft. The time will vary based on the size of the potatoes, start checking after 10 minutes. You should be able to pierce the skin easily with a sharp knife. (Yukon Gold are great, but any small potatoes will work!) Toss with 2 more »

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Recipe: Roasted Corn in the Husk

Recipe for Roasted Corn in the Husk: Mix 1 tsp of Chili Powder, 1 tsp of lime zest and 4 T of butter Spread on corn Roast Corn in the husk

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The Sweet Kernels of Summer

Labor Day may have passed but our fresh sweet corn still tastes like summer! Really, is there anything better than corn on the cob with butter, salt and pepper? Sure, you could put corn in soups, salads, casseroles or just leave it alone as a side dish; there really isn’t any bad way to eat more »

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Recipe: Caprese Salad

Caprese is simple and elegant. The red, white and green colors not only celebrate the freshness of the season, but they match the Italian flag! Arrange sliced tomatoes and slices of fresh mozzarella cheese on a plate Sprinkle with fresh chopped or torn basil leaves Drizzle with a little olive oil and Balsamic vinegar

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Whether you say Tom-AY-to or Tom-AH-to, it’s that season!

What do you do with a perfectly ripe tomato? Are you a salt and pepper person or do you sprinkle on sugar? Do you like them simply sliced and fresh or made into your favorite salsa or pasta sauce? On a salad or a sandwich? As far as we’re concerned, there’s no wrong way to more »

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Recipe: Roasted Carrots

Recipe for Roasted Carrots: Toss cleaned carrots with olive oil, salt & pepper Roast at 450 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until soft Saute roasted carrots in butter with chopped, fresh sage leaves until butter browns

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It’s Beginning to Taste Like Summer

What’s the thing you crave every summer? That one thing whose first bite says “Yeah, summer is here!” Is it that first ear of local sweet corn, slathered in butter? Or that big fresh tomato that you ate before you could even make a BLT? Whatever your favorite taste of summer might be, you’ll find more »

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Recipe: Beets

    Recipe for simple & delicious beets: Remove tops and roots, then scrub the beets Small beets can be left whole, larger beets should be quartered Coat with olive oil and season with salt and pepper Roast at 425 degrees for 45 to 60 minutes, or wrap in foil and grill.

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Be Inspired by the Season

While we’re embracing the transition into summer, we’re still celebrating spring’s bounty. Spring has sprung an abundance of produce that’s just waiting to be picked. Asparagus is still popping up, cucumbers are still crisp and it’s a great time to try some bright spring green salad mix. Sip on some hot coffee or tea while more »

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Recipe: Bruschetta

This week’s recipe is: Mix chopped tomatoes and basil Add olive oil, salt, pepper and a squeeze of lemon juice Spoon onto toasted baguette slices Serve & enjoy!

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Springtime Just Got More Delicious

Even though warmer weather is on the way, the calendar says it’s spring, which means we’ve still got your springtime favorites. Eyeing those tomatoes? Sure you are. Recipes with fresh tomatoes are totally tempting. Create the ultimate BLT sandwich, or transform ordinary tomatoes into salsas and sauce for your pantry or freezer. Looking for something more »

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Springtime means plant time!

Add a cheerful boost of color to your home with our wonderful selection of potted plants, fresh flowers and combination planters. If it’s bedding plants and colorful flowers you’re after, we have plenty to fill spaces and give a special charm to your landscape. Don’t forget Mother’s Day is Sunday, and farmers market flowers make more »

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Market opens May 6, Roasted Asparagus Recipe

Farmers Market season is here! This Saturday kicks off the first Falls Park Farmers Market of the season. The farmers have done the dirty work and the first springtime goodies are ready for your picking.  Whether you steam it, roast it, or grill it, asparagus is a perfect side if you’re looking to keep the more »

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For Crying Out Loud…

Get to Falls Park Farmers Market. Saturday is the last market of the year, so stop down for your favorite vegetables and grab them by the dozen. Onions are a classic complement in many meals, and are perfect caramelized, roasted, or diced and chopped for soups and other seasonal favorites, such as meatloaf or pot roast. more »

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When Life Gives You Potatoes…

Be thankful of all the different ways to eat potatoes. With only two market days left, make the most of your weekend and stock up on locally-grown crops for your winter food storage. Freshly dug potatoes are perfect for baking, boiling, or adding to stew, but those uneaten potatoes can also be saved for the more »

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A Little Dirt Never Hurt!

Mash your plans on Saturday and don’t be a couch potato. Head down to the Falls Park Farmers Market to enjoy the concluding days of crisp air, plethora of plants, and surplus of spuds. Dig out your favorite potato recipes and let us sprout your interest, with a variety of potatoes and the versatility they more »

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Welcome to the Falls Park Farmer’s Market!

Location: Falls Park, across the street from the Stockyard Ag Experience Barn

Falls Park Farmers Market is the place to get your weekly supply of fresh flowers, vegetables, meat, and baked goods. Sip a cup of coffee/herbal tea, enjoy a burger, share a pizza.  Plant your garden with lovely geraniums and heirloom tomatoes. Conveniently located at Falls Park near downtown Sioux Falls, our market offers delicious food, healthy plants, natural soaps, surrounded by beautiful scenery.

No pets allowed due to public health concerns.

Reopening May 6, 2017.

Map to Falls Park Farmer’s Market