Farm & Food Friday October 7, 2016

Howdy, howdy! If you missed the 1st Annual Cobblestone Market “Barns & BBQ” farm tour last weekend, you missed a great event! The farms were beautiful, the food was delicious and the people were fantastic. I enjoyed being out at Billy Place, as well as having dinner with the folks over at Yadkin Valley Farms (you can check out their pumpkin patch just outside Winston-Salem). Good work from all the crew at Cobblestone-thanks, y’all!

October 8
Hong Kong House Cook Book Signing
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market – Harvest Cafe
8am till 11am

October 19
Lunch & Learn:  Education Discussion Series
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market – Harvest Cafe
Noon – 1pm

 Join Dr. Barnes for a discussion of Eric Schlosser’s book, “Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal.” MORE INFO

October 22
Pumpkin Pancake Day & Celebration
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market – Lawn
8am till 11:30am
$5 per place, proceeds benefit the market

…delicious pumpkin pancakes prepared by Alex Amoroso of Cheesecakes by Alex using Woody’s farm fresh eggs. Vendors across the market will have pumpkin inspired treats. Enjoy live music by Riley & Jan at 8 am followed by Carrie Pazdziora at 9:45.

October 26
Fall Herb Tasting & Demo
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market – Lawn
9am till 11am

Our friends Sheri Vettel and Caitlyn Romm of Partnership 4 Community Care will be preparing a super trendy sweet potato toast made with arugula, goat cheese, apples, and fresh herbs.  Don’t miss this delicious fall inspired dish and pick up a copy of the recipe. Thanks to the Davis Education Fund of the NC Herb Society for their support of the Market’s new Herb Tasting Series.

October 26
Market Moves to the Depot 
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market moves to J. Douglas Gaylon Depot, 236 East Washington Street
7am till Noon

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