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What's at the Market This Week

MAY 23 -

This weekend is Memorial Day weekend and we have everything you need to celebrate right here at the Market. How about some of Goin Family Farms antibiotic/hormone-free pasture-raised beef burgers or steaks for the grill (Sirloin Tip steaks are still on sale for $2.00 off a pound)? Or Real Country Sausage's nitrite-free pork sausages?

You've got to have pickles for those sausages or burgers so go by Matt's Dirty Pickles and pick up a jar of the Bourbon Bread and Butter (or, if you're a heat-seeker) the Sriracha! And the hot pepper infused salts from Josh's Jungle would top it off just right.

If you want a fresh and delicious salad look no further than Walnut Hill Farms or Pleasant Fields Farms. Fresh lettuce, spinach, radishes, and spring onions are all ready. Drizzle fresh squash slices with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper and a pinch of rosemary or thyme and throw on the grill for a delicious side.

And what could be better for dessert than strawberry shortcake?!?!

This week at the Market: Asparagus, beets, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, collards, kale, lettuce, fresh shelled garden peas, sugar snap peas, radishes (both regular and French breakfast), spring onions, squash (yellow and zucchini), strawberries, sweet potatoes. Local raw honey is available as are jams and jellies.

Goin Family Farm will be here with antibiotic/hormone-free pastured beef and beef specialty products, as well as fresh-baked goods; Real Country Sausage will be here with nitrite/msg-free pork sausages; Unkol Chuck will be here with Brunswick Stew (still cast-iron kettle made); and Two-and-a-Half Irishmen will be here with traditional baked favorites (try the Guinness gingerbread!).

If you don't really feel like cooking, then Big Daddy's has Carolina-style barbecue, St. Louis-style ribs, barbecued beef brisket and applewood-smoked chicken salad for here or to go; and Phal's Café will be here with Asian noodle bowls, spring rolls and kebobs.

Go by The Wicked Whisk for deliciously wicked baked goods--the chess bars are fabulous! She also has gluten-free options available. And Marty will be here with his deliciously seasoned and crispy fresh-made pork rinds (lemon-pepper---mmm).

As always crafts from local artisans are available.

Remember, we're here every Thursday from 10 until 2 in the parking lot of The Great Big Greenhouse.

See the Huguenot-Robious Farmers Market Facebook page