Farm & Food Friday April 8, 2016

Happy Friday from spring green(sboro)! If you have a hankering for fresh strawberries, they’re available now, but you better wear your sneakers as you’ll need to run to get them before someone else gobbles them up.

Upcoming blog posts include one on Scrambled, the great new-ish diner on Spring Garden Street, a few about labelling, and maybe even one about GMOs, if I’m feeling brave. Don’t forgot to check out the markets page for an update on the market hours and times!

What’s abundant:

  • kale
  • green onions
  • radishes
  • spinach

Arrive early for strawberries!!!

April 9
Opening Day at Cobblestone!
Cobblestone – 9am till Noon
Old Salem in Winston-Salem


April 15
Greenhouse Vegetable Day
Piedmont Triad Farmers Market – 11am to 1pm

Free ‘mater sandwich day! ‘Nuff said.

April 15
Market History Project Unveiling
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market – 7am to noon

April 17
Plant Sale
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market – 9am to 2pm

The Greensboro Farmers Curb Market will host the annual Spring Plant Sale on Sunday, April 17th from 9 am to 2 pm. The event will have plants, tools and crafts for the patio gardener to budding urban farmer.

April 22 & 23
Dinner at the Dairy
Goat Lady Dairy

April 23
Gritty Blues
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market – 8am to 11:30am

An event honoring southern favorites staples, grits with a side of blues! We will serve Old Mill of Guilford grits with a variety of savory and sweet toppings from market vendors including shrimp from George Smith’s NC Seafood, bacon, sausages, kale, scallions, spring onions, butter, cheese, garlic scapes, and honey.

April 23 & 24th
Herb Festival
Piedmont Triad Farmers Market – 8am to 5pm on Saturday and 9am to 5pm on Sunday


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