Photo by Chris Clark/ladailypost.com
Come enjoy the 41st season at the Los Alamos Farmers’ Market 7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Thursday through the end of October.
This Week At The Market
Peas – snow & shell, fresh and dried garlic, green onions, leeks, dill, radishes,beets, salad greens & mixes, asian greens, arugula, spinach, heads of lettuces, carrots, chard, kale, strawberries, garlic scapes, cilantro, tomatoes, cucumbers, bok choi, escarole, turnips, dried apples, dried beans , chile powder, dried ristras, decorations, lavender body products, cow cheese and goat cheese spreads, honey and honey sticks, herb bundles, fresh cilantro.
Jams and jellies, vinegar’s, chico’s , ungraded eggs, loaves of all kinds of different breads, muffins, tart, fruit and herb calzone’s breads, sauces, scones, tarts, cookies, pies, tea breads, quiches, pot pies, sticky buns, quinoa salads, personal pizzas, plants, hanging baskets, vegetable starters, herb starters, and yes, tomato starts, native plants and grasses.
Market Baskets, Market Apron and Bags all proceeds from these sales go back into the markets fund.
A Talk with Ken Baltz
Ken will be discussing the ups and downs of raising fowl for profit. At 10 a.m. in the Demo Booth. Ken sells his chicken eggs at the Los Alamos & Santa Fe markets. He will be bring chickens and turkey as part of his demonstration.
Music & Entertainment
This week music is by Kombucha Marimba from 9 – 11 a.m.
Also this week Robert Lopez Magic…..
Thanks to the group last week that just showed up and jammed. Also thanks to our own home economist for showing and talking about canning and it’s issues. Helen Idzorek is your home economist in that little building to the side of the LA Senior Center.