- Next Market - Saturday, January 13, 2018 - 10am - 1pm
Winter Harvest Dinner - March 3, 2018
Save the date - March 3, 2018 Winter Harvest Dinner
A fundraising event to support
Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Market programs.
Chef Samantha Tilley of Mockingbird Kitchen and Bar is once again our Executive Chef for the dinner. Baker Barbara Mojon-Gugnoni also returns to bring us one of her delectable desserts. With Sam and Barbara at the helm the food will be a delight to see, taste and smell – appealing to all of our senses. Come learn and enjoy what delicacies are available at this time of year – fresh, cold stored and put up.
Buy your tickets at the farmers' market or print out the reservation form on our website. You can highlight the part you want to print and print directly from our webpage.
NOTE: our next market is 1/27 followed by a market on 2/10.
Our full list of participating vendors for this Saturday is listed at the end of this newsletter. For what's different than usual this week, see Market Notes below.
Anna Gill's column this week features eggs and their many uses. Her recipe - Feta and Basil Omelet - sounds like a light, refreshing dinner offering after the excesses of the holidays.
See you at the market Saturday at the Litchfield Community Center.
Sustainable Tip of the Week
This is a great time of year to look through your cookbooks and see if there are any that are ready to be donated to our free cookbook exchange. This table is the first place many of our customers head when they come to the market and we're delighted to be able to continue to offer it with your support. If you haven't taken notice of it take a look. Some really wonderful things to find.
Find out more about the Winter Harvest Dinner 2018
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Anna Gill writes a weekly column that is a must read for market-goers! Insightful, funny, and resourceful, each week is a topical perspective on the season at hand and what it has to offer. Anna also contributes to our list of recipes, with each column ending in new recipe ideas based on her content that week.
We are a proud program of Partners for Sustainable Healthy Communities, a public charity that promotes sustainable agriculture, local food, and active, healthy lifestyles across Northwest CT.