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What’s Cooking: Cold-Weather Kohlrabi

Sometimes referred to as German turnips, kohlrabi comes from the Brassica family, which includes broccoli, cauliflower, kale, collard greens, and Brussels sprouts. It's a cool-weather crop that's at its best from early fall through spring.  [...]

Focus On: The Knobby Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi is a member of the cabbage family and more mildly flavored than broccoli or cauliflower. Although it is sometimes mistaken for a root vegetable, it actually grows just above the ground. There are two [...]

What’s Cooking: “Digging” Root Veges

What’s healthy, vegetarian, colorful, and full of wonderful earthy flavor? The answer is this Root Vegetable Tarte Tatin! Perfect as a main dish or a super side, root vegetables bring lots of nutrients to the [...]

BRFM This Saturday, June 12

Revised Safety Guidelines for the Market In response to updated COVID Guidelines approved Monday, we have also updated our Market safety guidelines. But there will be one major difference: out of respect for our high-risk [...]

Food Focus: Bragging on Brassicas!

Brassicas, also known as cruciferous vegetables, include bok choy, mustard, kale, collard, kohlrabi, romanesco, komatsuna, mizuna, and tatsoi. But the fab four of brassicas are cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, and Brussels sprouts. They are all high [...]

Focus On: Craving Cruciferous Vegetables!

Cruciferous or Brassica vegetables are not only spectacularly full of nutrients, they also thrive in the cool weather and are plentiful at the Market this time of the year! Take advantage of this autumn bounty [...]

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