Seaport Market and the Historic Market. Both of which are open all year round.
Riverview Herbs. This time the spicy arugula called out to me. I'm sure a fantastic pasta with this as star is in the mix... or what about a Winter Salad?
chili or soup & meat balls.
Julien's. The brioche for my Honey's special French Toast and the Good Hearth for some awesome sandwiches.
Ran-Cher Acres, my faves for ever for free range eggs, plus some feta and goat cheese with cayenne & garlic, perfect for so many dishes... from scrambles to soups to...
Getaway Farm Butchers for some gorgeous skirt steak.... never picture worthy until after it's marinated and grilled, like this Rosemary & Garlic recipe. My love affair with Getaway Farm started when I first tried their grass fed beef a number of years ago... even before the move to the Seaport Market and continues to this day. I'm excited to say, next week, I'll be meeting up with their new butcher who is already butchering at the market for us! So stay tuned.
Wood 'n Hart farm for some ground lamb and some stewing lamb for more wintery recipes. like the Lamb & Eggplant Shepherd's Pie I mentioned yesterday.
Hutten Family Farm.
Now that I've made you drool... a question... are you lucky enough to have a local farmers market that's open all year? And if you are, I do hope you take advantage. The food is tastier than any that travel miles and miles to get to you. You get to support local farmers and artisan bread, cheese and other makers and purveyors of local foods. For me, there is no better feeling than preparing, serving and eating food that is locally grown and nurtured.