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2017 Tuesday Market Season Review

2017 was Tuesday Market’s ninth season, and the second as a program of Grow Food Northampton. Named “Best Farmers’ Market…

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2017 Accomplishments

While we have more in-depth posts on specific programs and their accomplishments in 2017, we wanted to share a year-end…

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Now that the 2017 Tuesday Market season is a wrap, you can still get that good local food at the Northampton Winter Farmers Market! They're starting up on Saturday, November 25th. Head over to their page for news and updates! ... See MoreSee Less

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About Tuesday Market

First founded in 2008 by Oona Coy and Ben James of Town Farm, Tuesday Market proudly became a program of Grow Food Northampton in 2016. From the beginning, our goal was not only to provide the freshest farm products to people living and working in and around Northampton, but also to cultivate a shared public space where socializing and relaxing is always encouraged. We are dedicated to making fresh, seasonal food available to people of all incomes and backgrounds.

Featured Recipes

Vegetable Hoecakes by Chef Virginia Willis

Makes 32 small cakes   2 cups finely ground whole-grain white or yellow cornmeal 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon fine sea salt 1 large egg, lightly beaten 2 green…

Cream of Mushroom Soup by Virginia Willis

Serves 6 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 onion, chopped 2 pounds mixed fresh mushrooms (such as white button, cremini, shiitake, morel, and chanterelle), sliced 3 cups homemade vegetable or chicken stock…

Red Pepper and Feta Amuse-Bouche by Brittany Nickerson

When I moved to the Bay Area to go to college, I got to know my mom’s cousin, Chris, who lived in Aptos County just a few hours south. She…

Warm or Cool Carrot Soup with Coconut and Lime by Betty Rosbottom

Made with sautéed local carrots and onions that are simmered in either chicken or vegetable stock along with light coconut milk, here is a soup that is tempting served warm,…

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