Local Food: Portsmouth Farmers’ Market

Local Food

‘Tis the season! From the Portsmouth Farmers’ Market, June 29th:
Napa cabbage from Black Kettle Farm; turnips, cilantro, snap peas and chard from Meadow’s Mirth; beets and summer squash from New Roots Farm; tomatoes and peas from Riverside Farm; celery from Shagbark Farm; pan di zucchero chicory from Touching Earth Farm; agretti, rattail radishes, stem lettuce, and new potatoes from Wake Robin Farm; and basil from Zach’s Farm.

We’re dipping our toes into Facebook — come visit us there, where we’re serving up some of the tasty extra bits:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Diary-of-a-Tomato/223281327811224

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6 Responses to Local Food: Portsmouth Farmers’ Market

  1. So lush and bountiful looking!

  2. Christina says:

    I foresee great lunches and dinners ahead!!!!

  3. A morning in Portsmouth is an event of its own but if you add in the Farmer’s Market you’ve got a wonderful fresh food adventure.

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