- Cooking demonstration by Derek Treuer with Seared Radicchio and Bok Choy
- Chris Lynch with samples from G2B Gastro Pub
- Music by Scott Boggs on mandolin
- In Season: Bok Choy, Potatoes, Cabbage, Carrots, Squash, Kale, Garlic, and more!
SDFM Accepting Vendor Applications
Like our farmers, who are taking advantage of the downtime available in the winter, we too are using the relative quiet of the cool months to prepare for the warmer seasons ahead! We are receiving vendor applications through January 31st and putting together our next crop of farmers and food artisans for the SDFM’s third market season, which begins April 5, 2014.
Since our founding in 2012, we have been dedicated to bringing to the local community the most complete offering of local foods possible. All of our vendors grow or produce within a 50-mile radius of the market (except for the peach vendors, who come from just a bit farther away). And, as the market’s board evaluates new vendor applications, those that are located in Durham County will receive extra special consideration.
Many of our wonderful existing vendors will be back for another season, and they will be joined by a few new friendly faces too! We look forward to serving you our best market season yet!
Pinterest: Winter Recipes
Even after the polar vortex of last week, we still have plenty of winter vegetables and tasty meats to cook a local feast! Check out our Pinterest board for recipes using winter veggies like Fickle Creek’s sunchokes, and come to market this weekend to taste a delicious saute of radicchio and bok choy.