- 3 cloves Garlic
- 2 lbs Hot peppers
- 1/2 cup Pickling salt
- 1 cup White vinegar
- 2 qt Water (or enough to fill the jar)
Whether you’re serving brats or burgers,
cook up these sides to serve a truly market fresh meal this grilling season.
Baked Garlic Parmesan Potato Wedges | potatoes, garlic, parmesan cheese, herbs
Panzenella Salad |bread, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, fresh herbs, lemon, salt
Roasted Peaches | peaches, honey
Deviled Eggs | eggs, pickles, relishes herbs, onion
Don’t Forget The Munchies | chips + salsa, pita + dip, veggies + dressings
Infused Water | fresh citrus, fruits, edible flowers, herbs, cucumbers
Take the pledge this holiday season and let everyone know “Phoenix Shops Local”
Did you know.. The Open Air Market at the Phoenix Public Market is a program of Community Food Connections (CFC), a 501c3 non-profit organization. Our mission as a non-profit is to create a downtown community gathering place by supporting small farmers and businesses that strengthen sustainable food systems and produce healthy products for the local community.
Will you help support our mission by taking the pledge and showing the world that #PhxShopsLocal From the ingredients to cook your holiday meals to the gifts you buy friends and family take the pledge to shop local!
Why Shop Local?
This weekend.. Join us for a FREE Workshop startng at 9am. An Introduction to Backyard Beekeeping: Intended for those who are new to beekeeping, this class will go over the basic requirements to start your own backyard hive. We will go over local rules and regulations, initial cost and setup, safety measures, and basic maintenance.
Many of us have become so used to the convenience of dining out, picking up food or even ordering food in. Sustainable Table gives us three motivations to start rethinking our habits and get cooking at home.
Need some inspiration on where to start or new ideas about what to buy this weekend at the Market and how to create that into something delicious at home?
Melanie Albert joins us again this month her SHOP + CHOP + COOK Cooking Class series at the Market.
Shop the market with her and learn how to pick the freshest ingredients then get ready to get chopping in this unique hands on cooking class. Check out Melanie’s new book to take home market fresh recipes that are simple to cook and delicious to enjoy.
Did you know 80% of your immune system is located in your gut and 95% of your serotonin (happy hormone) is manufactured in your intestines?
What’s more, if your digestive system is out of whack, your entire body will suffer. That makes the gut pretty important. Because it’s so important, it’s critical to keep it in the best shape possible. The health of your gut depends on the amount of good bacteria, known as probiotics, inside of it. Probiotics are found naturally in your gut; however, the amount of good bacteria versus bad bacteria in your gut can often get out of balance. Stress, pollution, a diet high in sugar or eating too many processed foods will wreak havoc on your body’s good flora. Even taking an antibiotic one time can cause an imbalance.
We are currently seeking volunteers to join our team
at Phoenix Public Market
Volunteers at the Phoenix Public Market are an integral part of our Market team. Volunteers work with staff to help create a downtown community-gathering place that provides local and healthy shopping. Volunteers should be friendly and excited to engage with market guests.
Volunteers play a key role at the market working on a wide range of tasks. Market Volunteers assist in running our information booth answering questions, providing education and resources, processing sales transactions, maintaining a clean market, as well as, some lifting and moving of equipment. Volunteers should be able and willing to work outdoors.
The Phoenix Public Market runs every Saturday morning, rain or shine, year round. Therefore, volunteers must be able to work Saturdays. Volunteers should be able to dedicate at least one Saturday morning a month to helping out at the market.
Shift times are from 7:30am – 10:30am and 10:15am to 1:15pm.
Interested in joining the Phoenix Public Market as a volunteer?
Fill out our application online here.
Double Up Food Bucks launches
at the Market September 17th
Get more fruits and vegetables when you spend your EBT dollars at our Open Air Maket. It’s easy with Double Up Food Bucks! For example, if you spend $10 from your EBT card, we give you another $10 to buy fresh fruits and veggies grown in Arizona.
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