L O C A L S T R A W B E R R I E S. The essence of summer from those small vine ripened wild strawberries to all the cultivated varieties grown today, an amazingly tasty morsel. And not just tasty but nutritious, ‘SelfNutritionData,’ tells us this food is very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Folate and Potassium, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin C (149% of the daily requirement) and Manganese. You can’t go wrong, wash them and enjoy! If it’s a rainy day and an adventure is what you seek, the internet has recipes for Grilled Banana-Strawberry sandwiches, Strawberry Marinara Sauce, Merlot Strawberries, Peppered Strawberry Pickles, Google, ‘crazy strawberry recipes.’
Also we have every imaginable variety of green leafy vegetable, as well as tomatoes, beets and carrots, fresh herbs, potatoes, scallions, garlic, mushrooms, and more.
And don’t forget the meat, poultry, eggs, cheese, milk, bread, butter, baked goods, or Christy’s ravioli, Marion’s rice balls, or Sonia’s apple cider vinegar … or the wine!
If you are participating in the edible window box program in the village - we have edible flowers, herbs and veggie starts. Also available are cut flowers and hanging baskets
…the raffle this week is, Lunch for Four at the Doubleday Cafe, take a chance for $2. Proceeds go towards the Market’s operating expenses. The drawing will be on Saturday, June 9,1:30 pm at the market. Alcoholic beverages not included.
Thank you to the Doubleday Cafe for supporting the market with this wonderful donation!
…the music of Mary Doherty at the market this week means, standing room only!
…if you like, please visit the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market on F A C E B O O K
See you at the market!
At the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market you can look forward to the quality items local customers have come to expect. The selection is wonderful, from seasonal fruits and vegetables to all cuts of local meats and fresh poultry. We also have a bounty of local eggs, cheeses, and yogurt, honey and maple syrup, home-baked sweets and treats, flowers and greenery, as well as handmade crafts, like candles, soaps and much much MORE!
Become a Friend of the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market today!
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in 1981 to protect the environmental, scenic, cultural
and historic resources of the Otsego Lake region
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