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Market Watch: Usher in sloppy Joe season with buns from Salty Tart

By Rick Nelson, Star Tribune October 5, 2011 Michelle Gayer wasn’t shy about giving up the secret to the sandwich buns she sells at her new Mill City Farmers Market stand. “They’re full of eggs and butter and milk,” she said with a laugh. “It’s not a classic brioche, but it’s close.” That’s good enough…  Read More

Rise of new artisan bakery Lowertown Bakehouse

With this year’s departures of Salty Tart and Heritage Breads bakeries from the Mill City Farmers Market, bread lovers are happy to see a new bakery, Lowertown Bakehouse, filling the void. Chris Sarles opened Lowertown Bakery in the spring, baking bagels and sourdough breads with a cottage food license in his apartment. Now, working in…  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

Your Ultimate Local Gift Guide

Visit our Winter Market on December 1st, 8th and 15th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. inside the Mill City Museum for your holiday grocery AND gift shopping this year! Shopping local is not only a way to find high-quality food and unique presents for your loved ones, but it is also a way to support…  Read More

10 Ways to Celebrate Mom at the Market

If you’re looking for a unique way to treat Mom (or Grandma!) to delicious food and all things local, look no further than the Mill City Farmers Market on Saturday, May 13th from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Market, with over 55 food artisans, growers and artists, is Minneapolis’ trusted source for local and…  Read More

From chef’s hubris rises new artisan bakery

Chef Jonathan Kaye created Heritage Breads bakery and a passion for bread after placing at the bottom at Mill City Farmers Market’s annual Bread Festival baking contest. September 22, 2016 Minneapolis, Minn.—A professional chef for most of his life, Jonathan Kaye was confident entering his loaf of whole-wheat sourdough in the Mill City Farmers Market’s…  Read More

Farmer’s Markets to Visit Before You Die

By Carri Wilbanks and Becca Blond, Better Homes and Gardens October 2015 Location: Adjacent to the corner of Park Ave. and Second St. near the Guthrie Theater and Mill City Museum; Minneapolis When to Go: Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., May through September; Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in October What to Look For: Crepes…  Read More

Best in Condiments: Lucille’s Kitchen Garden Minnesota Mead Jelly

By Cindy Hatcher, Cooking Light 2011 Zoie and Amy Glass create jams and jellies to accompany savory foods like salty prosciutto or creamy chèvre. The Minnesota Mead features a blend of local honeys. Hints of sweet wine flavor shine through with just a bit of balancing acidity. [button link=”http://www.cookinglight.com/cooking-101/essential-ingredients/best-local-artisanal-foods-2011/lucilles-kitchen-garden-minnesota-mead-jelly”]Read full article[/button] Note: MCFM is proud…  Read More