From the Neighborhood Farmer’s Market Alliance [email@example.com]:
This Sunday, Sept 21, at noon: Gourmet chef Jon Sundstrom of Lark and Licorice will show shoppers easy, affordable ways to make fabulous dishes using what’s fresh at the farmers market. All market cooking demos are free and open to the public – a rare opportunity to watch a master chef in action and ask questions in person.
Summer harvests are at their peak right now, even as we’re starting to see hints of fall. The market is full of tomatoes, peppers, greens, beans, squashes and summer fruits, with apples, new potatoes and even a few winter squashes starting to come in.
The Broadway Farmers Market takes place every Sunday, 11 am – 3 pm, from May 11 through Nov. 23, in the lot behind the Bank of American at Broadway & E. Thomas.
The market is operated by the Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance, a non-profit (501 (c) 3) organization dedicated to supporting and strengthening Washington’s small family farms. Your tax deductible donation helps the NFMA continue to grow and serve our farmers and communities – you can make a donation at any time at the market info tent.
To find out more about how you can support the market and our local farmers, visit us at http://www.seattlefarmersmarkets.org.
The Broadway Sunday Farmers Market also accepts EBT/Quest cards (food stamps), as well as WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Coupons.