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  • Become a Volunteer! - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    you want to learn more about how your food is grown The Volunteer Program bridges the vendors of the Santa Fe Farmers Market and consumers We provide volunteer opportunities and support for the vendors HOW IT WORKS Requests for help from vendors will be collected Volunteers will fill out an application form and register Volunteers will choose the vendors they will help VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED FOR Work in the field harvesting planting weeding etc Help at the market booth and at the Market venue Special events farm tour high season harvest etc Other needs grant writing marketing web site etc FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT Paolo Speirn Market Director Volunteer Coordinator www santafefarmersmarket com paolo santafefarmersmarket com 505 467 9792 Become a Volunteer Locations Hours Santa Fe Farmers Market in the Railyard SATURDAYS OPEN YEAR ROUND Current hours 8am 1pm Summer hours 7am 1pm Tuesday Market May thru November Hours are always the same as Saturday Market Southside Market July thru September on Tuesdays 3pm 6 30pm In the Santa Fe Place Mall at the Zafarano Dr Entrance Railyard Artisan Market in the Market Pavilion Sundays 10am 4pm Farmers Market Shops Saturdays 8am 2pm Tuesdays 8am 2pm Sundays 10am 4pm For

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  • The Shops - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    Santa Fe Farmers Market The Santa Fe Farmers Market Shops announce the best new one stop shopping in town The collection of local businesses in the Market Building featuring wine tea coffee chocolate garden items and global gifts Take a break from shopping to enjoy lunch coffee and snacks in Cafe Fresh which features Farmers Market fresh foods and drinks Artful Tea Luxury Loose Leaf Tea The Chocolate Smith Fine Fresh Dark Chocolate Cafe Fresh Organic Espresso and Farm Fresh Foods Farmers Market Gift Shop Local and Global Treasures Vivac Winery Sophisticated Old World Style Wines gardens design plant grow The Santa Fe Farmers Market Shops are located across the hall from the Farmers Market Pavilion 1607 Paseo de Peralta The Shops Locations Hours Santa Fe Farmers Market in the Railyard SATURDAYS OPEN YEAR ROUND Current hours 8am 1pm Summer hours 7am 1pm Tuesday Market May thru November Hours are always the same as Saturday Market Southside Market July thru September on Tuesdays 3pm 6 30pm In the Santa Fe Place Mall at the Zafarano Dr Entrance Railyard Artisan Market in the Market Pavilion Sundays 10am 4pm Farmers Market Shops Saturdays 8am 2pm Tuesdays 8am 2pm Sundays 10am 4pm For

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  • Cafes - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    Ice Cream and more Come try a Bhakti Chai next time you re at the Market it s sure to become your new favorite with it s gingery and spicy flavors Our famous Green Drink is made with ingredients from our Market s vendors and is a great way to boost your energy and put a smile on your face See you there The Farmers Market Pavilion Café Located in the main Market Hall Pavilion this café offers breakfast burritos tamales pastries donuts juice coffee and more We feature foods and drinks from a number of local businesses including Whoo s Donuts the Treehouse Chocolate Maven Aroma Coffee Come have a burrito and coffee on your next trip to the Market you know you should never shop the Market while hungry Both cafés at the Santa Fe Farmers Market serve locally roasted organic Aroma Coffee in biodegradable paper cups Remember to bring your own cup and coffee s only 2 00 All proceeds from the cafés benefit the Santa Fe Farmers Market Cafe Manager Christopher Kolon Cafes Locations Hours Santa Fe Farmers Market in the Railyard SATURDAYS OPEN YEAR ROUND Current hours 8am 1pm Summer hours 7am 1pm Tuesday Market

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  • Gift Shop - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    Spend 50 at the Santa Fe Farmers Market Gift Shop and get a free organic brewed coffee or an organic hot tea Gift Certificates Now Available Gift Shop Locations Hours Santa Fe Farmers Market in the Railyard SATURDAYS OPEN YEAR ROUND Current hours 8am 1pm Summer hours 7am 1pm Tuesday Market May thru November Hours are always the same as Saturday Market Southside Market July thru September on Tuesdays 3pm

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  • SFFM on KSFR - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    Farm Tour June 16 2012 Fat Goat Farm June 9 2012 FACT Academy for the Love of Learning July 14 2012 Home Grown New Mexico June 2 2012 Charybda Farms July 7 2012 International Folk Art Market SHE June 30 2012 Cheryl and Bill Jamison Folk Art Market June 23 2012 Railyard Artisan Market May 26 2012 The Liquid Muse May 19 2012 Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center May 12 2012 James Campbell Caruso May 5 2012 Earth Care April 28 2012 Clark Le Compte Coffee Special IV April 21 2012 The Nature Conservancy Terry Brewer April 14 2012 Joe s Dining Old Windmill Nature Conservancy April 7 2012 Carbon Economy Series March 31 2012 The Bitter End in Santa Fe March 24 2012 Clark Le Compte Coffee Special III March 17 2012 Fine Arts for Children and Teens March 10 2012 WildEarth Guardians March 3 2012 Shihan Fine Knives February 25 2012 Marc Romanelli February 18 2012 Clark Le Compte Coffee Special II February 11 2012 KJ Farms February 4 2012 ARTfeast January 28 2012 Alohi January 21 2012 Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson January 14 2012 Clark Le Compte December 31 2011 Santa Fe Farmers Market Bryan Adams December 17 2011 Patricia Foreman Leslie Thompson December 10 2011 Amavi and Old Windmill Dairy December 3 2011 Tim Wiford November 19 2011 Camilla Trujillo November 12 2011 Ashoka Mitra October 29 2011 Mike and Molly s House October 22 2011 Santa Fe Community College October 15 2011 The Nature Conservancy October 8 2011 Carbon Economy Series Camino de Paz October 1 2011 Old Windmill Dairy Joe s Restaurant Station September 17 2011 Sarah Noss Matt Romero Bryan Highhill September 10 2011 River Canyon Ranch The Succulent Garden Annie Rose the Flower Fairy September 3 2011 Julia Platt Leonard August 27 2011 Robert Mirabal Wild Birds Unlimited August 13 2011 Los Alamos Study Group Lawrence Ball August 6 2011 ManKind Project Marguerite Wilson s Fruit July 30 2011 Las Campanas Compadres July 23 2011 FACT and Community Table Cafe July 16 2011 Home Grown New Mexico July 9 2011 Traveler s Market July 2 2011 Peace Corps Santa Fe International Folk Art Market June 25 2011 International Folk Art Market June 18 2011 Iginia Boccalandro June 11 2011 Lynn Cline June 4 2011 Santa Fe Farmers Market May 28 2011 Eldorado Area Gardening Tour Nature Conservancy May 21 2011 George Ancona May 14 2011 Nicotine Bees May 7 2011 Acequia Madre Elementary School Garden April 30 2011 Elizabeth W Robechek April 23 2011 Santa Fe Master Gardeners April 16 2011 Santa Fe Greenhouses April 9 2011 Earth Care and Santa Fe Public Schools April 2 2011 Eldorado School Community Garden January 29 2011 Rose Trujillo January 22 2011 Santa Fe Intuitive Painting Workshops January 15 2011 Agricultural Science Center at Alcalde January 8 2011 Slurp December 11 2010 Il Piatto December 4 2010 Alexandra Merlino November 20 2010 The Old Windmill Dairy November 13 2010 Charles Martin November 6 2010 Santa

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  • asparagus Archives - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    of the asparagus and put them in a pot with 5 cups water scallion greens and bouquet garni Add 1 2 teaspoon salt bring to a boil then simmer while you prepare everything else If you re not ready to use it after 25 minutes strain and set aside Cut off the tips cover them with cold water and set aside to soak agitating the water occasionally to get rid of any sand Peel the remaining middles of the asparagus and chop into 1 2 chunks Melt the butter in a soup pot Add the scallions asparagus middles and potato Give a stir add a teaspoon of salt and cook over medium high heat just until the butter begins to brown a bit after several minutes Pour the hot broth through a strainer right into the pot if you haven t strained it already then simmer for 8 minutes Puree in small batches until smooth Set the strainer over a clean pot pour the soup into it and agitate with a rubber scraper finally pushing any debris against the strainer Taste for salt and add a few drops of lemon juice to bring up the flavors Season with a little white pepper Simmer the asparagus tips in a little salted water until tender then drain Add them to the soup just before serving Three Ways to Finish Your Asparagus Soup With Spring Herbs Garnish with plucked chervil or tarragon leaves snipped chives and their blossoms If chervil is abundant add a handful to the broth Lovage just a single leaf cooked in the broth and slivered over the finished soup is another way to go With Ginger Take a knob of ginger about an inch long peel it and thinly slice it into julienne pieces You ll want about two

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  • basil Archives - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    size pieces 3 Yellow Squash cut into fries 1C Pecan Pesto lemon juice to taste Pecan Pesto 8oz basil leaves 2oz lightly toasted pecans 3 cloves of garlic 1C extra virgin olive oil 1 8C fine grated parmesan salt and pepper to taste 1 put the basil in a food processor and then weight it down with remaining ingredients This helps to process the basil as quickly as possible so that it doesn t oxidize 2 pulse the ingredients about five seconds then check the texture I prefer a chunkier pesto with more oil but pulse again for five seconds for a smoother pesto 3 season to taste PROCEDURE Marinate squash in pesto Season with salt pepper and lemon juice allow to set for 2 3 minutes Season and grill lamb to desired doneness med rare preferred Slice lamb across the grain and wrap slices around the marinated squash Skewer each lamb and squash and add the tomato Drizzle pesto oil over the skewer Filed under basil garlic lamb pecans squash tomatoes Local Food Resources Restaurants Recipes Crop Calendar 15 County Map Reasons to Buy Local Foodprint Project Recipes for asparagus basil butternut squash chile corn desserts eggs garlic goat cheese greens honey lamb leeks padron peppers pecans poblano peppers potatoes rhubarb salad soup spicy spinach squash steak tamales tomatoes Recipes Tamale Encantado Enchanted Tamale Farmers Market Frittata Grilled Lamb Leg Skewers with Tomato Squash and Pecan Pesto Flank Steak Bruschetta with Heirloom Tomato Salsa Asparagus Soup Compote of Rhubarb Rhubarb Crumble Poblano Chile Stew Organic Lamb with Flash Seared Asian Greens Market Salad with Goat Cheese Disks and Red Chile Croutons Locations Hours Santa Fe Farmers Market in the Railyard SATURDAYS OPEN YEAR ROUND Current hours 8am 1pm Summer hours 7am 1pm Tuesday Market May thru November Hours are

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  • butternut squash Archives - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    shortening to the masa mixture combining thoroughly before adding the remaining shortening in two additions Mix thoroughly to combine Mixture sould be easily spread with the back of a spoon about 1 3 thick If the masa is too thick adjust the consistency with warm water For the filling 1 Combine all ingredients and set aside For the sauce 1 Preheat the oven to 350 2 Cut squash in half lengthwise remove seeds and place cut side down in baking pan Bake for 20 25 minutes or until soft when pierced with a fork and slightly browned 3 Set aside until cool enough to handle Scoop the flesh and blend with the remaining ingredients Taste and adjust seasonings 4 Place in saucepan and set aside until almost read to serve To assemble 1 Tear one of the corn husks into 1 2 strips for tying the tamales closed 2 With the back of spoon spread about 1 3 1 2 cup of masa into 4 sqaure in the middle of a cornhusk The masa should be about 1 3 thick 3 Place 1 3 tablespoons of goat cheese filling int the middle of masa Fold the masa and cornhusk envelope style to encase the filling It will resemble a small fat cigar Tie ends closed with cornhusk strips 4 Repeat cornhusk filling process 4 Place tamales in a large steamer set over simmering water and cover Steam the tamales for about 45 50 minutes To serve 1 Heat the Suace over medium low until warm stirring occasionally 2 Place a spoonful of sauce on a place unwrap a tamale and place the tamale in the sauce Garnish with scallion greens Filed under butternut squash chile corn goat cheese honey spicy squash tamales Local Food Resources Restaurants Recipes Crop Calendar 15

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