Submitted by Olivia Kefauver Too much of a good thing can sometimes be…well, just a little bit too much. Anyone who’s been tempted to leave baskets of zucchini and tomatoes on a neighbor’s porch under the cover of night knows how much fresh food summer can provide. And what irony that everything can come in… Read More Overwhelmed? Freeze it!
Granted you may have a favorite farmers’ market that you prefer to frequent on a regular basis, but have you ever thought of trying a new one? The market may be in your hometown, the neighboring town, or on your drive home from work. But as with anything in life, change is good. Perhaps every other… Read More Every One’s A Little Different…
I haven’t been raspberry picking since I was a child. So when the Local Pickins team proposed heading out to Wright-Locke Farm in Winchester MA to check out the raspberry fields, sweet memories of picking at a neighbor’s stand of canes came flooding back. Is there anything better than snacking on fresh from the patch,… Read More Fresh Fruit Fridays: Raspberry Pickin’ at Wright-Locke Farm
As a Philadelphia dweller, I never tire visiting Philly’s many amazing farmer’s markets. Even after moving away from West Philly, The Food Trust’s Clark Park Farmer’s Market is good enough to draw me back to revisit old favorites. Of particular note are the whoopie pies from Forest View Bakery. After sampling these whoopie pies, which come… Read More Farmer’s Market Friday: An Ode to Clark Park