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August 1st Market News | 2013 Outdoor Season

Program Overview

Culinary Insights | Nicole Cormier of Delicious Living Nutrition | 4:00

Nicole Cormier is a Registered Dietitian and local food enthusiast. She is owner of the nutrition counseling company, Delicious Living Nutrition, Inc., inspiring each client to connect to their food sources and improve their whole health. Her community outreach regarding the local food movement includes her radio show, Radio Brunch, her health food store, Farm Fare Market and her partnership with Backyard Gardens, a micro-farm run by Jim Lough. She is also author of the Everything Guide to Nutrition, The $5 a Meal Vegetarian College Cookbook and 201 Organic Smoothies & Juices for a Healthy Pregnancy. In February 2012, Jim & Nicole traveled across the country to interview farmers for their upcoming documentary, Organic Farms are Everywhere, expected to be finished this Fall.

Nicole Cormier RD, LDN

The real challenge is getting the foods we need in the correct combination to manage our blood sugars, energy levels and hunger throughout the day, meaning we really need to focus on getting protein AND fiber every time we eat, especially at breakfast.

Nicole Cormier RD, LDNRegistered Dietitian and Local Food EnthusiastDelicious Living Nutrition, Inc.

Join Nicole as she demonstrates two delicious wrapped breakfast options for busy adults and children and she discusses the importance of starting off the day with thoughtful food choices.

Check out Nicole’s recipes for her savory Egg & Kale Quesadilla and her sweet-tart Fruit and Cheese Quesadilla

Community Hosts | Friends of the Plymouth Council on Aging | 2:30-6:30

The Friends of the Plymouth Council on Aging is a group of energetic volunteers who are interested in making a difference in the lives of seniors in Plymouth and in the growth of community spirit and cooperation.

Music | Ray Papile | 2:30-6:30

Easy Listening sounds with a deep, soothing, melodic voice to match.

Special Guest Members

On The Edge Knife Sharpening – Bring your knives to the market for hand-sharpening. | 2:30-6:30

On the Edge Knife Sharpening will be at the Market to hand sharpen your knives, scissors, pruning shears and blades. Drop off your blades with Patti Small at her mobile sharpening van and she will take care of them while you shop. Please pack them carefully!!

Paul Gerst L.Ac. of New England Natural Health Services (NENHS) | 2:30-6:30 

Whether you are looking to deal with a stubborn health issue or are simply interested in feeling your best, having a clearer mind, sharper focus or reaching physical, mental or spiritual goals, Paul Gerst L.Ac. is gifted at designing programs and guiding people to optimal health and performance.

Paul will be bringing his wealth of experience to the Plymouth Farmers Market on Thursday August 1st and as a special treat to those attending the farmers market that day, Paul will be doing his modified community-style treatments for FREE (donations accepted)!

Paul Gerst L.Ac.

Health is not about a lack of complaints, it is about feeling and being the best you can be.  This translates to fewer symptoms, better performance, optimal function and communication and more.  Allergies, digestive disease, pain issues, low energy, weight problems, addiction, depression, anxiety and many more chronic health issues are addressed and treated at NENHS.

Paul Gerst L.Ac.AcupuncturistNew England Natural Health Services

New England Natural Health Services is offering a one-day special for Farmer’s Market Attendees/Supporters: If you make an appointment on August 1st to see Paul, you will be given $15 off your initial evaluation and treatment or $15 off an initial package of 8 treatments!

 

Friend of the Market Specials

By purchasing a $25 Friend of the Market card, you are strengthening the Plymouth Farmers’ Market’s ability to deliver on our mission and to keep our local food economy vibrant. In recognition of your support, Market Friends get access to weekly market specials with each of the Market members and Friends are also automatically entered into drawings for special rewards through May 2014! Show your friend card to take advantage of the specials and THANK YOU to all of our Friends that have committed to sustaining the Market. Please consider becoming a Friend of the Market

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  • Plymouth Farmers’ Market


    Hi EBT/SNAP customers, please stop by the market tent for your Friend of The Market card! It’s our way of thanking you with weekly specials and discounts for spending some of your food dollars with our farmers. We appreciate you shopping here!

  • Better Living Through Food

    Katherine Rossmoore will offer 20% off her coaching services at Better Living Through Foods and 10% off any courses in her cooking series Cooking With Katherine: Healthy Whole Foods Made Easy!(Six week series starting September 17th)

  • Nix’s is offering all Friends of the Market 15% off when dining there weekdays throughout July.

    Check out Nix’s live weekly entertainment and new front and rear patio for a great outdoor venue with views of Plymouth harbor. – Flash your Friend of the Market card to receive your discount.

  • 42º North

    42º North, is offering all Friends of the Market 15% off when dining there through July.

    Check out 42º North’s “Fish Market Menu” where they offer 2-3 different seasonal day boat fish options prepared Chef’s Way or to your own liking. Their new outside deck and bar have just opened adding 75 seats to the dining area for a great outdoor dining option in Manomet! – Flash your Friend of the Market card to receive your discount. (M-F, holidays excluded, valid for parties less than 10)

  • Queen Bee Honey Products

    Insects are fierce this year with all the rainfall and gathering of small pools of water collecting most everywhere. Get ALL NATURAL protection and healing power with our Mosquito Repellent and Healing Balm. The Repellent will keep those pests away and the Healing Balm is a must for every medicine cabinet. Use for cuts, bug bites, rashes, poison ivy, burns and of course severe dry skin areas. Buy1 Mosquito Repellent and 1 Healing Balm and SAVE $1.00 OFF

  • Foxboro Cheese

    Fromage Blanc 2/$14.00

  • Martha’s Local Food

    $1.00 off any preparation with beets.

  • Flapdoodle Bags

    10% off total purchase

  • Plato’s Harvest Organic Farm

    Not sure yet, but I’ll make something up on market day. I frequently fail to get my chalkboard up, so please ask!

  • Apponagansett Farm

    $1.00 off all maple syrup

  • Allen Farms

    Buy two bags of greens, get a free cucumber.

  • Dufort Farms

    $3.00 off a purchase of $40.00 or more

Harvest and Cooks Notes

  • Sauchuk Farm

    Corn, tomatoes, blueberries, peppers

  • Foxboro Cheese

    Slice a fresh tomato , top with your favorite Fromage Blanc, as good as mozzarella and tomato salad.

    TRY THIS | Tomato Basil Fromage Blanc and salad .

  • Martha’s Local Food

    Sunday family dinner was a Plymouth Farmers’ Market feast. We cooked out what my brother has come to call meatloaf burgers. Last night’s mix included ground pork from Brown Boar Farm, ground beef from Dufort farm, local eggs, local onion, bell pepper, stale bread, organic milk and seasoning. Local organic squashes went on the grill. Indoors, I boiled local organic beets, peeled and tossed with a bit of Omega olive oil, local organic corn boiled for just 3 minutes, local organic potatoes made into a salad with a little fennel, hard boiled eggs, oil and vinegar. The final piece was a salad of local organic greens, local organic tomatoes and cukes, very lightly dressed. I so enjoy feeding my family a meal like this and being grateful to all the farmers that are present at our table. All of our produce farmers were included in this meal. Thank you farmers.

    TRY THIS | Cold soups are an elegant way to start a summer meal. With the abundance of cucumbers this week, cold cucumber soup is an easy choice.

    Peel and seed cucumbers. Place in an appropriate sized pan, cover with stock or water, add sliced mild onions to pot, bring to a boil, reduce to simmer and cook till very tender, about 1/2 hour. Season with salt and pepper to taste, add local fresh chopped herbs, puree with some some cream to desired texture. Thinly sliced raw cucumber 1/2 moons with the skin on make a nice garnish, as would fresh dill and or fennel.

  • Flapdoodle Bags

    I’m working on green this week.

    DID YOU KNOW | All of my bags are one of a kind. No one else will ever have the same bag as you do!

  • Plato’s Harvest Organic Farm

    “I’ll never eat another chicken again, and I need two more of them this weekend!” That’s the phone call I received on Saturday morning, after selling a new customer a chicken the previous Thursday. In two days she was a convert. I always tell people they’ll never buy chicken from the store again. I think they usually figure it’s just a line, and maybe it is, but it’s true! Same with the eggs, you won’t be able to eat a store egg again. My chickens are raised on pasture and certified organic grain, and lots of produce from the farm.

    I’ll be bringing certified organic sweet corn!, a smattering of field tomatoes, kale, chard, beets, carrots, eggs, chicken, new potatoes, garlic, huge, green sweet onions, cucumbers, and summer squash. Melons aren’t quite there, or peppers, but soon. And, for all those that ask every week, here’s what’s not in season – rhubarb, strawberries, asparagus, broccoli, leeks, celery. Know your farmer, don’t take food from strangers!

    I’m raising six pigs this year that are going for slaughter early September. They are raised on pasture and certified organic grain. I’ll be selling half pigs, all custom butchered however you like. Ask me about it at the market.

    Thanks for your support.

    dave

  • Apponagansett Farm

    We are now fully into summer and will be harvesting tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, salad mix, cabbage, zucchini, summer squash, eggplant, swiss chard, potatoes, and more. All of our veggies and greens are grown without chemicals.

  • Allen Farms

    This week we will have onions, beets, radishes, garlic, eggplant, cucumbers, summer squash, pea greens, lettuce, chard, wineberries, zinnias.

    TRY THIS | Pea Greens Pesto

    Ingredients
    ¼ cup pine nuts
    1 clove Garlic
    1 box/bag of Pea Greens
    1 TBS Atwells Gold Cheese
    Salt & Pepper
    2 TBS Extra Virgin Oil (EVOO)
    Preparation
    Toast Pine Nuts in dry pan. Mash garlic & pine nuts till paste forms. Chop & add pea greens a little at a time. Microplane cheese into mixture. Stir in EVOO until desired consistency. Salt & Pepper to Taste

  • Dufort Farms

    Not just Beef-We will be bringing along this week our pullet eggs and a “Pullet Pickled” egg recipe. These are great sliced on a green salad. The blueberry field is still going strong, so we will bring along some of our blueberries also, sold in pint containers.

    TIP | Beef can be marinated in a zip-loc bag, glass dish, or non-reactive container. Acidic ingredients or alcohol can react with some metals to discolor foods or give a metallic flavor. Choose a container which fits the beef cut snugly.

    TRY THIS | Teriyaki Marinated Steak

    Serves 6-8
    Preheat the grill !

    Ingredients
    1 Dufort Farms top round steak (approx. 2 lbs)

    Marinade
    3/4 c prepared teriyaki sauce
    2 TBS dry sherry or your favorite white wine
    1 TBS finely chopped fresh ginger

    Preparation
    Combine marinade ingredients in small bowl, mix well. Place steak and marinade in container of your choice, turning to coat. Tightly secure container. Refrigerate 6-8 hours, or over night, turning occasionally.

    Remove beef from marinade. DISCARD MARINADE. Cook over a well preheated hot grill, searing first side until juices appear on top. Flip and cook steak until it reaching preferred doneness. Carve steak crosswise into thin slices.

  • Simpson Spring

    TRY THIS | Boston Cooler from Simpson Spring!

    Ingredients

    1 Simpson Spring Ginger Ale
    1 Large Scoop of your favorite Vanilla Ice Cream

    Preparation
    Pour your Simpson Spring Ginger Ale into a very large glass.
    Add a large scoop of vanilla ice cream.
    It will foam up a bunch.
    Add more ginger ale or ice cream, to suit you taste.

See the complete list of 2013 Market Members

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