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What’s Cooking: Seasonal Soups

'Tis the season for colds and flu and, well, you know... Healthy veggie-filled soups are just what you need to strengthen your immune system, clear your sinuses, and calm your coughs. Here we offer a [...]

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, October 16

Just three more weeks of the outdoor market (this week and two after that). There are plenty of pumpkins and other fall décor, and plenty of fall produce and delicious artisan fall flavors available. Don’t [...]

What’s Cooking: Super Chill Summery Salad

Hot days call for cool summer salads. If you plan on chillin’ & grillin’ this weekend, you can’t do better than this tasty combination of protein and late spring veggies. Sesame-Ginger Steak Salad recipe from [...]

What’s Cooking: Fantastic Fish

We know you love the Wild Alaska salmon offerings at the Market, but have you tried their other wild-caught fish? Here are two tasty recipes that pair mild white fish varieties with other fresh ingredients [...]

This Saturday, Sept. 19

Big changes to the Vendor Map this week! We are shifting our Ready-to-Eat food vendors to the north end and moving the dining area to the west side so that they are close to each [...]

This Saturday, Sept. 5

Paulared apples at Wild's Apple Farm We’re kicking off National Honey Month with a visit from the 2020 American Honey Princess. Come and meet Sydnie Paulsrud from 8-10 am on Saturday at the [...]

Meals from the Market: So Stew-licious

We’re overdue for some real winter weather you know. And when it hits, you’re going to want something hearty and hot. What if it was packed with nutritious greens as well? We’ve got you covered. [...]

Meals from the Market: Burger Meister

Fall is finally here and it’s time for Oktoberfest. Ribs and bratwurst with kraut, schnitzel and potatoes, pretzels with mustard – all typical fare at German harvest festivals. Another is the Frikadellen or German fried [...]

Market Meals: Get Grillin’

Whether you’re pairing them with your favorite meats or letting them stand alone, grilled veggies are a great way to up your grilling game this weekend. Check out these ideas adapted from Epicurious and Bon [...]

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