B.L.T. Buy Local Tomatoes!

29a710c5-e74f-43cb-b783-a1c2b616a000We’re heading into autumn, but there’s still plenty of time to check out Falls Park Farmers Market. Your friends with the green thumbs have taken off their gardening gloves and are back this Saturday, to bring you another farm-fresh produce selection. Juicy, ripe, and colorful, you’ll Fall in love with the assortment of tomatoes. You can never have too many tomatoes; you can freeze, dry, or can them, and turn them into something special for months to come. Enjoy what you have today, and preserve the rest for future creations. Find all of your garden gems—rosemary, thyme, mint, oregano, cilantro—to help make the most of your recipes.

Autumn colors are ablaze at the Falls Park Farmers Market. Harmonize your home décor, to the color palette of changing leaves and scents-of-the-season, by picking up a vast sunflower arrangement, freshly baked breads and pies, and pumpkins straight from the patch. These simple and seasonal treats are sure to make a statement.

Come enjoy early autumn at Falls Park Farmers Market, and stock up on coffee, squash, apples, gourds, pumpkins, honey, and more. See you Saturday, 8am-1pm.

With more than 2,500 varieties of apples grown in the US, you’re sure to find at least one that pleases your palette. An apple tree takes 4-5 years before it starts producing apples. That means these treats are worth waiting for!

Calm down! The nutrients and vitamins in celery are thought to provide a good night’s sleep and a calming effect, so next time you’re searching for a midnight snack – head straight for this crunchy stalk.

Sweet Potatoes are a great snack – all of them! You can eat the whole plant including the leaves and stems. As a part of the Clean 15, these tubers have a potential exposure to toxins that is lower than other produce.