[Ok-sus] Fwd: Cherry Street Farmers' Market Newsletter: Week of 26 May 2012
unschooler at lrec.org
Wed May 23 11:33:25 CDT 2012
For any of you that don't get the Cherry Street Farmers Market newsletter, here's an important note about supporting a year-round farmers market pavilion in Tulsa.
unschooler at lrec.org
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> From: Melanie Hunter <info at cherrystreetfarmersmarket.com>
> Date: May 23, 2012 9:20:22 AM CDT
> To: unschooler at lrec.org
> Subject: Cherry Street Farmers' Market Newsletter: Week of 26 May 2012
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> Cherry Street Farmers' Market Customer Newsletter
> May 23, 2012
> In This Issue
> Seasonal Offerings
> SPECIAL NOTICE
> Public Relations: CSFM in the News
> MUSIC AT THE MARKET:
> Acoustic Mojo
> Features sweet harmonies and a wide variety of instruments, such as djembe, dobro, mandolin, fiddles, and guitar
> My Market Menus
> Larb gai with blanched sugar snap peas and stir-fried bok choy
> Grilled brats-n-onions with braised kale
> French-style potato salad with roasted broccoli
> roasted broccoli
> Cut broccoli into florets (don't throw away the stems! Save those to make broccoli soup).
> Toss with extra-virgin olive oil, some sea salt, and cracked black pepper.
> Roast in a 425 degree oven for about 20-25 minutes. A simple side dish for just about any meal!
> Seasonal Offerings: Cherry Street, May 26
> What's at the Market This Week?
> Kick off your Memorial Day weekend with a much-deserved trip to the market. Get your grilling essentials here: some juicy brats, maybe some ground beef for 'burgers, or perhaps pork chops and chicken are more to your liking. Of course, most vegetables are also great on the grill, as well! This week we'll have arugula, beets, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, chard, cucumbers (for a cooling salsa on the side), green beans, greens, herbs, lettuce, potatoes, spinach, summer squash, turnips, and microgreens. Be sure to pick up enough blueberries for a cobbler or a pie! If you're not the baking type, pick up a pre-made pie from Pie Tonight, who will have wonderful fruit pies at the market this week.
> Round out your weekend menu with some fresh-baked bread, a nice jar of salsa, some syrup for your morning waffles: the market has everything you need for a weekend of fun with family and, of course, lots of food!
> SPECIAL NOTICE: A Gathering Place for Tulsa
> May 23 & 24 and beyond
> The George Kaiser Family Foundation is developing 55 acres along Riverside Drive near 31st Street, and they are looking for ideas from local residents. We think it would be an invaluable asset for the community to have a year-round farmers' market pavilion, a beautiful gathering place surrounded by grass on which to have picnics with plenty of space for kids to play.
> If you agree, please go to their website, A Gathering Place for Tulsa, and let them know right away! Better yet, attend one of the input sessions -- TONIGHT and TOMORROW at 6:00 p.m. -- and tell them in person that you want a farmers' market to be a part of A Gathering Place for Tulsa.
> Meetings will be held at Tulsa Community College, in downtown Tulsa, 910 S. Boston Ave., in the Center for Creativity Event Hall on the 1st floor.
> Public Relations: CSFM in the news and about town
> May - Tulsa, OK
> Join us at A Gathering Place for Tulsa meetings! See above for more details.
> KTUL Good Day Tulsa was at Brookside market this morning. Be sure to check it out online if you missed it in person: link to Good Day Tulsa.
> Like us on Facebook
> Melanie Hunter, Program Coordinator
> Cherry Street Farmers' Market Association
> Forward email
> This email was sent to unschooler at lrec.org by info at cherrystreetfarmersmarket.com |
> Cherry Street Farmers' Market | PO Box 701231 | Tulsa | OK | 74170
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