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Wednesdays

4 - 7 PM

Blessed Sacrament Church Parking Lot

700 Monroe Ave.

 

Well, we're off to a good start! The Monroe Village Farmers' Market's 4th season has begun. If you missed opening day, be sure you come out Wednesday, June 22 for strawberries, zucchini, potted herbs and flowers, radishes, scallions, eggs, snap peas, microgreens, Across the Pond cheese, English muffins and more. And back by popular demand--hand pies. Come, shop and hang out with a snack.

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Setting Up For Opening Day

 

On Wednesday, June 22, Nick Humphrey will be on hand with his smooth singing and tasty guitar accompaniment Come and check out Nick's fresh take on familiar favorites in the traditional folk, blues, and country styles.www.myspace.com/NickHumphreySongs

Erin Gursslin, of Sunshyne Silver will be back. Come check out her wearable art--recycled spoons fashioned into wearable art using everything from wire, glitter and pressed flowers, to paper, paint and metal. Every pendant she creates is unique.www.sunshynesilverwear.com

And our across the street neighbor, Genesee Center for Arts and Education (GCAE) will be at the market, too. GCAE is a not-for-profit community art center providing lessons, studio space, and gallery exhibits in letterpress, photography and ceramics. Come see what they're up to.www.geneseearts.org

Monroe Village Farmers' Market

 

The Monroe Village Farmers' Market is for everyone. Please share the newsletter with your friends and neighbors!

 

Hope to see you Wednesday. In the meantime, here's a great new recipe from our market managers, Jonathan Jones and Michael Wells:

 

Honey Chevre Stuffed Strawberries

3 oz. local goat milk chevre cheese

1/2 Tsbp honey--heaping

20 medium strawberries, or so

dark cocoa powder

Place chevre in a bowl and use the back of a spoon to soften. Stir in honey.

Place mixture in a piping bag if you own one. Otherwise, use a small zip lock bag with a small cut in one corner.

Leave the strawberry hull on, and cut strawberries into quarters starting at the tip, being careful not to cut all the way through.

Pipe chevre mixture into the tips of the strawberries.

Dust with dark cocoa powder

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Monroe Village Farmers' Market website

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