The 2011 Season starts this Saturday at the Glenside Farmer’s Market.
Asparagus and spring greens are in season, and NOTHING is as delicious as farm fresh asparagus. It won’t be around for long, so make the most of it while you can get it. If you need a tasty asparagus recipe, check out my Asparagus Frittata. Or just roast it as a side to your favorite meal. See my post on Roasted Asparagus if this method of preparation is new to you.
This week at the Glenside Farmer’s Market, you can also get flowers and veggie plants for your gardens as well as locally made jewelry from Designs By Nancy; fresh baked Hempzel hand rolled Sourdough Pretzels from Lancaster Trading House; and handcrafted soaps, lotions, and soy wax candles from The Christina Maser Co.
Landisdale Farms will be there with their certified organic vegetables as well as an assortment of grass fed beef, roasts, and steaks.
The Glenside Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday now through November from 9 AM to 1 PM, rain or shine, at the Glenside Train Station. Come on out and support your local farmers!
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