Tag: Local Food

Winter Markets

Winter Markets are finally here! I was so excited to kick-off this season, hosted by Ciclops Cyderi and Brewery. This new location lets HCFM customers shop for produce in the warm confines of the tap house, just a block from downtown. Vendors peddle their goods as aromatic, hoppy accents filled the air, the building full…
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Wednesday Market, June 1, 2016

Come see us on Wall street during your lunch break! 11:30— Opening Bell Vendors Charlene’s Garden: Sausage, squash, onions, zucchini, napa cabbage, curly kale and dinosaur kale Flour, Sugar, Happiness: Artisan buttermilk biscuits HCFM Mobile Market: Kale, swiss chard, onions, salad mix, roasting bags, squash, blueberries, eggs Palmetto Pickup: Locally made wine from grapes and other fruit…
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From Chef Derrick’s Kitchen #5 – Cooking with Spinach

Spinach is tough to grow in the Upstate, but a few farmers make a go of it. Here are some great recipes from our friends at Spartanburg Regional and Morrison Healthcare. Cooking with Spinach Spinach may not cause Popeye-sized muscles to spontaneously pop up, but it’s a delicious, nutritious vegetable. Fall is the perfect time…
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Farmers’ market week 31, October 24, 2015

Come spend Food Day with us! Presents 8:00 — Opening Bell 9:00 – Bringing it Home series begins with a class on making Stage 1 baby food 8:00-12:00 – Free kids activity with Junior Leagues Kids in the Kitchen 8:00-12:00 – Healthy Smiles is in our non-profit booth 8:00-12:00- USC at Hub City booth with market experience…
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Farmers’ Market Week 25 – September 12

It’s the last weekend for peaches – load up! Presents 8:00 — Opening Bell 8:00 — 12:00 Clemson Extension Master Gardener 9:00 — 11:00 Music on the HCFM stage with Dirk Schlingmann 8:00 — 12:00 Junior League of Spartanburg “Kids in the Kitchen”   Vendors Amy Lynn’s: Cheddar wafers, hand pies (peach) and toffee Beechwood Farms: Beets, turnips, turnip greens, mustard greens, yellow squash,…
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Farmers’ Market Week 24-September 5th

We have the cure for the common cookout!   Presents 8:00 — Opening Bell 8:00 — 12:00 Clemson Extension Master Gardener 9:00 — 11:00 Music on the HCFM stage with Walkout Records featuring Hans Roser and Holly B  9:00 — 11:00 FREE Community farming/gardening classes with Sara Harding at the Northside Community Teaching Farm (Magnolia Street, one block east of Harvest Park –…
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