Life is good under the pavilion!
Rain or shine, you can be sure that Durham Farmers’ Market crafters and farmers will be here and ready to fill your shopping bag with delicious produce, honey, flowers, coffee beans, breads, meats, and take-home meals – every week from 3-6pm!
Vendors This Week
In Season this June
Need a little inspiration? Check out all of the seasonal fruits, veggies, and flowers coming into season this month! In our growing region, Zones 7a & 7b primarily, we’re seeing a slow fade from the season of cold mornings and crisp leafy greens, to warmer temperatures with all the tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, basil, and peaches that love those hot sunny days. We look forward to the harvests to come, and look back on spring with gratitude for the harvests we have had and the hands that cultivated them. We are grateful, also, for our farmers who bring to their craft years of experience with all the tips and tricks that allow them to bring their summer weather produce, while caring for their cool-weather crops so that we receive bounties of kales, lettuces, bok choy, and so many other greens as long as possible. It really is a unique, colorful season at market! We hope you’ll drop by to enjoy it with us.
This Week’s Recipe: Kimchi Pizza!
Check out the this week’s newsletter for a recipe by A Nourishing Plate, shared by DFM vendor, Eunice Chang of The Spicy Hermit!
Totally customizable for unique diets and taste buds, this makes for a great dinner activity with the whole family, and a perfect option for using all your fresh produce from market in a flavorful new way. Try it out!
This week, stop by the Sprouts Club table to learn about the life cycle of plants, the parts of a plant body, and plant your own seed pot to take home & grow! Stop by anytime between 3-6pm to participate in the activity and receive Sprouts Market Bucks to spend on nutritious and tasty food at market!
Want to find out what else is coming to the market this week? Check out this week’s Newsletter! https://conta.cc/3J04DGx
When: Wednesday, June 7th, 3pm – 6pm
Where: The Pavilion at Durham Central Park / 501 Foster Street