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COVID-19 and MCFM

6/2/21 Update: In light of new City of Minneapolis guidelines as well as State and CDC recommendations, Mill City Farmers Market is no longer requiring masks for vaccinated visitors from 9am to 1pm. Vendors, staff and volunteers will continue to wear face coverings regardless of their vaccination status and we ask that unvaccinated shoppers do…

2019 Bike Helmet Giveaway

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has proclaimed June 22 Brain Health Awareness Day to raise awareness of brain disease and safety. At the Market this Saturday, learn how a healthy diet can impact the health of your brain in our cooking demo, get your body moving with Market Yoga and line up for our annual helmet giveaway…  Read More

Mill City Farmers Market Opening for 2019 with new Sustainability Statement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Mill City Farmers Market Opening for 2019 with new Sustainability Statement The Market’s new policy attests to its reputation as a trusted grocery source and local food leader. Minneapolis, Minn.—On Saturday, May 4th from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. the Mill City Farmers Market (MCFM) will open its outdoor season, located in…  Read More

Collard Green Wraps

Collard Green Wraps with Vegan Garden Pesto

This recipe is from local guest chef Lachelle Cunningham’s 2019 cooking class at the market. Learn more about Chef Lachelle Cunningham’s catering company and education work at lachellecunningham.com Turn this recipe into your #WeeklyMarketMeal serving with fried chickpeas and/or grilled fish, brats or burgers! Note: Vegetables listed in the ingredients for the wraps are just…  Read More

One Way You Can Support Mill City Farmers Market

As the market has started to open up again, many of you have asked, “What can I do to support the market?” Mill City Farmers Market’s Executive Director Martha Archer shares updates on the impact of our Charitable Fund and how you can support our work in this letter to the market community. Last Saturday…  Read More

Visit to Shepherd’s Way Farms

Photographer and Mill City Farmers Market regular shopper Iglika Petrova takes a visit to Shepherd’s Way Farms in Nerstrand, MN to capture the story behind Jodi and Steven’s award-winning sheep milk cheese–complete with her recipe for Bacon, Poached Egg, Asparagus and Morcella Cheese Toast. By Iglika Petrova It takes a special person to be a…  Read More

Bacon, Poached Egg, Asparagus and Morcella Toast

Bacon, Poached Egg, Asparagus and Morcella Cheese Toast

The ingredients of this recipe celebrate both the abundance of the Shepherd’s Way Farms and the Mill City Farmers Market in the spring. Bread from Baker’s Field. Cheese, bacon and eggs from Shepherd’s Way Farms – alternatively, eggs and bacon from Sunshine Harvest Farm. Asparagus from Bean Market, Der’s Farm, Prairie Hollow Farm or many…  Read More

Asparagus Galette

Mushroom and Asparagus Galette

This recipe comes from our first zoom cook-along class with Market chef Beth Jones. Join the Mill City Cooks Facebook group for acess to our free monthly classes and weekly market inspiration from fellow shoppers, vendors and our market chefs. A seasonal galette is a great way to showcase produce and cheese you find at…  Read More

Lee Vang Double Dog Kombucha 2021

Double Dog Kombucha: A journey from tragedy to self-discovery

The powerful story behind Mill City Farmers Market’s vendor Double Dog Kombucha and owner Lee Vang’s journey from tragedy to self-discovery, with two rat terriers leading the way to clarity. By Mecca Bos When Lee Vang adopted his Rat Terrier Mac, he was very close to the bottom of despair. His childhood, he says, was…  Read More

Asparagus Omelette 2019

Asparagus Omelette or Scramble

This is the perfect 5-10 minute dinner or simple weekend breakfast. Kids love it, and it can easily be changed into a scramble so that your kids can cook it for themselves and you. Change up the veggies as the season changes and different produce is available. Serve it with a salad or a few…  Read More