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Farmers Market Archive
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May272017

Shopping Basket from the May 27 Mill City Farmers Market 

Here's a new find at the May 27 Mill City Farmers Market: lovage. Cherry and Tim of Holistic Health Farms continually introduce us to new plants, and this is one of them. (It's the long stems with leaves placed vertically in the basket.) The cool thing about lovage is it has a celery flavor, with hollow stems sturdy enough to be used as straws in a Bloody Mary. Yum!  Darling Pickle Dips debuted this weekend - if you missed them at the May 27 Market, don't fret - they'll return June 24. Look for a "Get to Know" post on our Farmers Market blog in the near future, and be sure to try at least one of their yummy flavors! :)

May 27, 2017 Mill City Farmers Market 

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