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Aprons & Diplomas Ready for Market Chefs!

Attention all Market Chefs–Did you complete your Mill City Cooks course work by attending 8 or more of our Saturday cooking classes this season? If yes, be sure to stop by our Indoor Market information booth with your stamp card to pick up your apron and diploma. Aprons will be available November 16th & 23rd…  Read More

2023 New Vendor Roundup

We welcomed a record number of new vendors this year – 24 of them, to be exact! Here’s the complete list of the newest MCFM vendors including farmers, artists, sustainable home goods, bath and body care, a bookmobile and more. Check out their vendor pages for a list of their market dates, and be sure…  Read More

Arugula Walnut Pesto kale pesto

Arugula Pesto

This recipe comes from Mill City Farmers Market’s Nutrition Interns. As greens come in and out of season at the market, you can substitute arugula for spinach, kale, basil or whatever else you find! Serve this with Poached Wild Salmon, grilled chicken, roasted vegetables, on sandwiches or tossed with pasta.

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 Turn this recipe into your #WeeklyMarketMeal serving with fried tempeh strips or grilled fish, brats or burgers. Note: Vegetables listed in the ingredients for the wraps are…  Read More

Ajvar – Roasted Pepper and Eggplant Caviar

Ajvar is a delicious vegetable relish, or caviar, common in the Balkans and other parts of Eastern Europe. It’s a perfect recipe for late summer and early fall to use up sweet peppers and eggplant, and is delicious over kebabs, fish, chicken or as a dip with fresh pita bread. Makes roughly 2-3 cups.

Radish Leaf Green Goddess Dressing

Radish Leaf Green Goddess Dressing

While you are probably familiar with radishes as a root vegetable, did you know that the entire plant is edible? Radish leaves when young and tender are great for salads and on sandwiches. The older textured leaves are better blended into sauces, dressings or smoothies. Radish greens are a good source of vitamin A, vitamin…  Read More