We are so thrilled to host Michael Babcock, local restaurateurs of Welcome Diner and Welcome Chicken + Donuts this Saturday at the Market for a cooking demo at 10am. Inspired by soul food and driven to create a place to satisfy comfort food cravings, his team has built more than just a great place to eat. Babcock has built relationships with everyone from the community who comes to dine to the local purveyors he purchases from for his restaurants. A frequent farmers market shopper, Babcock’s menus always reflect what’s in season. Don’t miss his Chef Demo featuring his favorite farmers market finds this weekend at 10am.
So what is CSA?
CSA Stands for Community Supported Agriculture. CSA allows city residents to have direct access to high quality, fresh produce grown locally by regional farmers. When you become a member of a CSA, you’re purchasing a “share” of vegetables from a regional farmer. Typically the “share” consists of a box of seasonal produce each week throughout the farming season, but other farm products may be included.
This arrangement creates several rewards for both the farmer and the consumer. Read More and learn how this benefits the farmers and consumers.
Pesto is a favorite among pasta lovers, salad eaters and anyone that enjoys a flavorful, fresh and rich topping or sauce. We love this twist on classic pesto, especially because we love all of the rich and spicy flavors in arugula.
Maya Daily of Maya’s Farm shares this favorite recipe. Don’t miss out on Maya’s CSA Special offer this week. Sign up for her CSA program and get $100 gift certificate.
Meet Robert Lievens, the artist behind Fallen Wood Turnings. He’s been using fallen wood from urban forests and resourcing wood to create hand crafted pieces for over 8-years now. You can find unique, hand-turned wooden jewelry, bowls, wind chimes and sun catchers. Each piece has a story behind it, where the wood was sourced from, what type of wood and how it was found. Find wood bowls, salad spoons, knives made from varieties of wood found in the back country, brought in by a customer and even sourced from an old pool table! Stop by and talk with Robert about what he’s creating.
Now in our 11th year, the Phoenix Public Market brings you face-to-face with over 150,000 Phoenicians and visitors annually who care about fresh food, healthy living, supporting local economy, and participating in their community. Our customers are an excellent audience and your involvement through sponsorship of the Market will strengthen the link between your organization and the Downtown Phoenix community.
Our annual budget covers operational expenses, as well as costs associated with activities and educational outreach events presented by the Market. We receive a portion of our funding from vendor fees and the remainder is comprised of donations and sponsorship!
We need your support to ensure our neighborhood market continues to grow and thrive. We offer different sponsorship support levels to best fit your desired commitment level.
Did you know frost can actually improve the flavors in mustard greens, kale and other leafy greens. So all this cold weather has these crop in full flavor. Try this easy to make Mustard Greens and Baked Ricotta Cheese Recipe.
This is the most simple and beautiful side to pork or beef, in fact, any main. I have done many a version at times but mainly with nettles and Swiss chard. So with that in mind, you can change the garden leaves to almost anything you have growing. Try it with the tops of beets, fava bean and pea shoots.
Consumer desire to avoid GMOs has fueled substantial growth in organic foodsand has helped to support local farmers’ markets like ours! When you shop at the Phoenix Public Market you know your food and the sources it comes from. Talk to your growers and producers about techniques they use to avoid GMOs and feel good about the fuel you feed your body!
Our farmers are committed to supporting GMO free foods. GMOs, or “genetically modified organisms,” are plants created through the gene splicing techniques of biotechnology. In the grocery store, approximately 80% of the items are made with GMOs. Studies have shown negative effects on both the human body and our environment due to GMOs.
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