Capital City Farmers’ Market – Saturday, July 27 – 9am-noon

Exciting new this week! Yes, breakfast burritos from The Dakota Cuban, but…also we are partnering with Dakota Rural Action (DRA) for a fun farmers market promotion this summer. Stop at the Market Manager booth or any vendor booth to pick up a SoDak Grown punch card. With each item you purchase, vendors will “punch” your card. Once you have 12 “punches”, turn your card into the Market Manager (and pick up another card) to be entered in monthly prizes from market vendors and a grand prize from DRA for a $100 gift card!

A co-worker asked me today, “What vegetables will you have at market this weekend? I am working on my grocery list.” I ran through a quick list of what I thought we would have on Saturday. She was hoping for asparagus to grill, but the asparagus season ends near the beginning of July. I mentioned that she could grill green beans or zucchini and her face lit up. This. This right here is so very important as we talk about eating in season and supporting local farmers. Planning a menu around vegetables that have been harvested at peak ripeness, so you maximize the local bounty and support local farmers. Win. Win.

As a market, we accept credit cards and EBT. Shop vendors who accept cc/EBT and pay once before you leave! Stop at the Market Manager booth to start the process and have fun shopping.

This week’s vendors:     B&G Produce, Beverly Duffel, Flavorgasm, hummingbird, Mel & Me, Nancy’s Nest, One Brand Beef, The Dakota Cuban

Activities & More

  • Face Painting with Amanda! – free activity
  • Story Time with Rawlins Library 

Baked Goods & Bread

  • Angel Food Cake (B&G Produce)
  • Coffee Cake (hummingbird)
  • Cupcakes (Flavorgasm)
    • Angel Food filled with Berries and topped with Almond Buttercream Frosting
    • Banana Split with Strawberry Buttercream Frosting
    • Chocolate with Almond Buttercream Frosting
    • Crunchy Peanut Butter with Chocolate Buttercream Frosting
  • Organic Ingredients (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Almond Coconut Macaroons, gluten free
    • Cheesecake Cookies dipped in Chocolate
    • Muffins, Beet & Feta with Orange Streusel
    • Nut Granola, gluten free
  • Rustic Bread (B&G Produce)
    • Mediterranean Kalamata Goat Cheese
    • Sun-Dried Tomato Roasted Garlic
    • Toasted Sesame
  • Shortbread, Lemon Rosemary (hummingbird) 

Beef (One Brand Beef, Nancy’s Nest)

  • Ground Beef
  • Roasts
  • Short Ribs
  • Sirloin Steaks
  • Stew Meat 

Beverages (hummingbird)

  • Cold Brew Coffee
  • Lavender Lemonade
  • Pour Over Coffee 

Creative Items

  • Baby Items (Beverly Duffel)
    • Bibs
    • Burp Rags
    • Crochet Sweater Sets
  • Bowl Cozies (Beverly Duffel)
  • Crocheted Items (Mel & Me)
  • Potholders (Beverly Duffel)
  • Storage Boxes (Beverly Duffel)
  • Table Runners & Toppers (Beverly Duffel)
  • Tea Towels (Beverly Duffel)
  • Wall Hangings (Beverly Duffel)

Eggs (Nancy’s Nest) 

Farm to Table (B&G Produce)

  • Hummus
    • Herbed Artichoke
    • Kalamata Olive
  • Pesto, Basil Kale

Flowers (B&G Produce) 

Food Truck (The Dakota Cuban)

  • Breakfast Burritos 

From The Garden

  • Basil (B&G Produce)
  • Broccolini (B&G Produce)
  • Cabbage (B&G Produce)
  • Cucumbers (B&G Produce)
  • Eggplant (B&G Produce)
  • Green Beans (B&G Produce)
  • Herbs (Mel & Me)
  • Kale (B&G Produce)
  • New Potatoes (B&G Produce)
  • Pea Shoots (B&G Produce)
  • Summer Squash (B&G Produce)
  • Zucchini (B&G Produce) 

Handmade Soap (Mel & Me) 

Natural Skincare Products (Mel & Me)

 

Where?               Public Parking lot on the corner of Sioux Avenue and Coteau Street (1 block east of downtown Pierre) 

When?                 Saturday, 9am-noon 

Why?                    Breakfast burritos & coffee while you shop local products. 

Be sure to Like us on Facebook @capcityfarmersmarket and Follow us on Instagram and Twitter. You may also follow our website (capcitymarket.com/) for weekly updates.

Please share this with anyone who might be interested. If you are reading this and would like to sign up for our weekly email, send your request to bandgproduce@gmail.com.

If you know anyone interested in selling produce, baked goods, meat/poultry, eggs, or craft items, please have them visit our website (capcitymarket.com/), call or email Julie Bolding at 224.4348 or juliebolding@yahoo.com.

See you Saturday!

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Fort Pierre Farmers’ Market – Tuesday, July 23 – 5pm-7:30pm

The theme this week is Hot Nights, Cool Cars…and it has become one of my favorite market themes. The cars are bright and shiny, some of them rebuilt to their original glory. They make me want to jump in, cruise to the closest drive-in movie theatre, grab some popcorn, and hang out with friends. I’ll get close, because I can get some popcorn from the Legion booth. And, I’ll probably be noshing on the dinner by Paws Animal Rescue. I’ll pretend I’m cruising and I’ll definitely be chatting with my friends. Stop down and join us for a fun-filled evening.

Where?              Downtown Fort Pierre, Deadwood Street 

When?                 Tuesday, 5pm-7:30pm 

Why?                    An evening complete with dinner, music, and fun activities! 

Food & Drink

  • Paws Animal Rescue is hosting a food fundraiser to help with care of their cats and dogs. They will be serving brats, hot dogs, beans, chips, and fan favorite “Woof” beers, and watermelon.
  • The American Legion will be set up to sell snacks, beverages, and beer.

For the Family

  • LIVE MUSIC by Kingsway
  • Cool Cars from the Street Masters
  • July Harvest of the Month tasting, sponsored by The Discovery Center
  • Meet & Greet dogs from Paws Animal Rescue
  • Wagon Rides by Cowan Ranch
  • Evening Cruise on The Sunset with LIVE MUSIC by Taylor Cowan, boarding begins at 6:30pm and departs at 7pm  

For Kids

  • Paint your own wooden toy car, sponsored by United Way
  • Hula Hoop station, sponsored by The Discovery Center

Market Vendors

  • B&G Produce will have:
    • Basil
    • Broccolini
    • Cabbage
    • Kale
    • New Potatoes
    • Parsley
    • Summer Squash/Zucchini 

Be sure to Like us on Facebook @capcityfarmersmarket and Follow us on Instagram and Twitter. You may also follow our website (capcitymarket.com/) for weekly updates.

Please share this with anyone who might be interested. If you are reading this and would like to sign up for our weekly email, send your request to bandgproduce@gmail.com.

If you know anyone interested in selling produce, baked goods, meat/poultry, eggs, or craft items, please have them visit our website (capcitymarket.com/), call or email Julie Bolding at 224.4348 or juliebolding@yahoo.com.

See you Tuesday!

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Capital City Farmers’ Market – Saturday, July 20 – 9am-noon

Matt and I find ourselves advising you to utilize the flavor of your fresh produce. When harvested at their peak, veggies generally don’t need much to be perfectly tasty. For example, last night we were home late and finally thinking about dinner around 8pm. Matt boiled a few new potatoes and tossed in some broccolini for the last minute of cooking. After draining, he tossed those items in a bowl with some thick-sliced zucchini, chopped parsley & basil, olive oil, and salt & pepper. That mixture went into a roasting pan and into the oven for 30 minutes at 375 degrees. We finished it with some shaved Parmesan and that was dinner. Simple, local, and amazingly delicious.

So, along those lines, we are having another online contest this week. Go to our Facebook page @capcityfarmersmarket and comment on our weekly post with your go-to farmers market summer dish. We will select one person to win some hummus and vegetables from B&G Produce.

As a market, we accept credit cards and EBT. Shop vendors who accept cc/EBT and pay once before you leave! Stop at the Market Manager booth to start the process and have fun shopping.

This week’s vendors:     B&G Produce, Beverly Duffel, Hanisch Farms, hummingbird, Nancy’s Nest

Activities & More

  • Face Painting with Amanda! – free activity
  • Prairie Potters Master Gardeners information booth 

Baked Goods & Bread

  • Muffins, PB Banana Oatmeal (hummingbird)
  • Organic Ingredients
    • Granola (B&G Produce)
    • Nut Granola, gluten free (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Cookies, Oatmeal Raisin(Nancy’s Nest)
  • Rustic Bread (B&G Produce)
    • Cranberry Almond Orange
    • Jalapeno Cheddar
    • Rosemary Asiago & Swiss
    • Six Seed
  • Shortbread, Lemon Rosemary (hummingbird) 

Beverages (hummingbird)

  • Cold Brew Coffee
  • Lavender Lemonade
  • Pour Over Coffee 

Creative Items (Beverly Duffel)

  • Baby Items
    • Bibs
    • Burp Rags
    • Crochet Sweater Sets
  • Bowl Cozies
  • Potholders
  • Storage Boxes
  • Table Runners & Toppers
  • Tea Towels
  • Wall Hangings

Eggs (Hanisch Farms, Nancy’s Nest) 

Farm to Table (B&G Produce)

  • Hummus
    • Almond Miso
    • Cumin Lime
  • Pesto, Blue Cheese Walnut

Flowers (B&G Produce) 

From The Garden

  • Basil (B&G Produce)
  • Beets (Hanisch Farms)
  • Broccolini (B&G Produce)
  • Cabbage (B&G Produce)
  • Cucumbers, Pickling (B&G Produce, Hanisch Farms)
  • Garlic (Hanisch Farms)
  • Kale (B&G Produce, Hanisch Farms)
  • Kohlrabi (Hanisch Farms)
  • New Potatoes (B&G Produce, Hanisch Farms)
  • Onions (Hanisch Farms)
  • Peas (Hanisch Farms)
  • Summer Squash (B&G Produce, Hanisch Farms)
  • Swiss Chard (Hanisch Farms)
  • Zucchini (B&G Produce, Hanisch Farms)

Meat

  • Beef (Hanisch Farms)
    • Ground Beef (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Liver (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Roasts (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Short Ribs (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Steaks (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Stew Meat (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Soup Bones (Nancy’s Nest)
  • Chicken (Hanisch Farms)
  • Lamb (Hanisch Farms)
  • Pork (Hanisch Farms)

 

Where?              Public Parking lot on the corner of Sioux Avenue and Coteau Street (1 block east of downtown Pierre) 

When?                 Saturday, 9am-noon 

Why?                    Local food wins, hands down, in a taste competition. And, don’t you want the best? 

Be sure to Like us on Facebook @capcityfarmersmarket and Follow us on Instagram and Twitter. You may also follow our website (capcitymarket.com/) for weekly updates.

Please share this with anyone who might be interested. If you are reading this and would like to sign up for our weekly email, send your request to bandgproduce@gmail.com.

If you know anyone interested in selling produce, baked goods, meat/poultry, eggs, or craft items, please have them visit our website (capcitymarket.com/), call or email Julie Bolding at 224.4348 or juliebolding@yahoo.com.

See you Saturday!

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Fort Pierre Farmers’ Market – Tuesday, July 16 – 5pm-7:30pm

You’ve been asking and it’s finally here! The first Fort Pierre Farmers’ Market of the season. We’re starting strong with a Healthy Hometown theme and lots of activities for the entire family. Events start at 5pm and it looks like we should have a relatively cool night, especially for July! So, get the kids ready for a night of food, shopping, and healthy fun.

Be sure to set a reminder for the 6pm ribbon cutting at the Fort Pierre Community Garden, located just behind the Chuckwagon.

I would be remiss if I didn’t mention Chris Maxwell in this post. I’m sure he’ll be checking in with Molly to see how things are going. Together, let’s show him a successful night! Onward.

Where?              Downtown Fort Pierre, Deadwood Street 

When?                 Tuesday, 5pm-7:30pm 

Why?                    Food & family fun in one stop. 

Food & Drink

  • John’s Church is offering healthy tacos (using local beef) and fresh squeezed lemonade. Your free-will donation will be donated to the Pat Duffy Community Youth Involved Center.
  • The American Legion will be set up to sell snacks, beverages, and beer.

For the Family

  • Blood pressure & blood sugar screenings by Avera
  • Family “Let’s Move” Activities by The Discovery Center
  • Find out how to access HealthySD.gov Munch Code app with The Discovery Center
  • Fort Pierre Community Garden program & tour, with a ribbon cutting at 6pm
  • Free sunscreen & lip balm with SPF by Avera
  • How to Eat Healthy on a Budget by Feeding SD
  • Prairie Potters Master Gardeners booth
  • Wagon Rides by Cowan Ranch
  • Evening Cruise on The Sunset, boarding begins at 6:30pm and departs at 7pm
  • Live Auction at the Pat Duffy Community Center at 7pm 

For Kids

  • KidSight Van offering vision screening for kids of all ages, sponsored by the Lions Club. (Parents must sign a form allowing their child to be screened.)
  • Pedal Pull Competition
  • Story time with Rawlin’s Library 

Market Vendors

  • B&G Produce will have:
    • Basil
    • Cabbage
    • New Potatoes
    • Parsley
    • Summer Squash/Zucchini 

Be sure to Like us on Facebook @capcityfarmersmarket and Follow us on Instagram and Twitter. You may also follow our website (capcitymarket.com/) for weekly updates.

Please share this with anyone who might be interested. If you are reading this and would like to sign up for our weekly email, send your request to bandgproduce@gmail.com.

If you know anyone interested in selling produce, baked goods, meat/poultry, eggs, or craft items, please have them visit our website (capcitymarket.com/), call or email Julie Bolding at 224.4348 or juliebolding@yahoo.com.

See you Tuesday!

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Capital City Farmers’ Market – Saturday, July 13 – 9am-noon

I have two words for you, folks. Garden. Potatoes. That’s right, it’s potato time! Potatoes seem like such a simple item and, to be honest, they really are simple. When they are uber fresh from the garden, all they need are a simple boil and tossed with butter, salt, and perhaps a few fresh herbs. They are a special summer treat.

A quick stop at market will set you up for your entire week. Beef, eggs, vegetables, baked goods, perhaps a craft item, dog biscuits, and a coffee for your stroll. We look forward to seeing you!

Our first Tuesday night Fort Pierre market is this coming Tuesday, July 16. Market is from 5pm-7:30pm on Deadwood Street downtown. Full details available on our website, www.capcitymarket.com, and also watch for the social media posts and email on Monday evening. The theme is Healthy Hometown and we have a lot of fun activities planned!

As a market, we accept credit cards and EBT. Shop vendors who accept cc/EBT and pay once before you leave! Stop at the Market Manager booth to start the process and have fun shopping.

This week’s vendors:     B&G Produce, Bab’s Bites ‘n Bones, Beverly Duffel, hummingbird, Nancy’s Nest, One Brand Beef

Baked Goods & Bread

  • Carrot Cake with a hint of Cocoa (Bab’s Bites ‘n Bones)
  • Coffee Cake (hummingbird)
  • Organic Ingredients
    • Chocolate Hazelnut Rugelach (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Coconut Almond Macaroons, gluten free (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Granola (B&G Produce)
    • Nut Granola, gluten free (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Cookies, Ginger Snaps (Nancy’s Nest)
  • Rustic Bread (B&G Produce)
    • Blue Cheese Bacon
    • Cinnamon Raisin Walnut
    • Honey Toasted Oat
    • Parmesan & Black Pepper
  • Scones, Dark Orange (Bab’s Bites ‘n Bones)
  • Shortbread, Coconut Lime (hummingbird) 

Beef (Nancy’s Nest, One Brand Beef)

  • Ground Beef
  • Liver (Nancy’s Nest)
  • Roasts
  • Short Ribs
  • Steaks
  • Stew Meat (Nancy’s Nest)
  • Soup Bones (Nancy’s Nest) 

Beverages (hummingbird)

  • Cold Brew Coffee
  • Lavender Lemonade
  • Pour Over Coffee 

Creative Items (Beverly Duffel)

  • Baby Items
    • Bibs
    • Burp Rags
    • Crochet Sweater Sets
  • Bowl Cozies
  • Potholders
  • Storage Boxes
  • Table Runners & Toppers
  • Tea Towels
  • Wall Hangings

Eggs (B&G Produce, Nancy’s Nest) 

Farm to Table (B&G Produce)

  • Hummus
    • Original
    • Roasted Garlic Chipotle

Four-Legged Friends (Bab’s Bites ‘n Bones)

  • Dog Biscuits
    • Hearty Beef, small & medium size
    • Savory Chicken, small & medium size 

From The Garden (B&G Produce)

  • Basil
  • Broccolini
  • Cabbage
  • Carrots
  • Kale
  • New Potatoes
  • Parsley
  • Summer Squash
  • Zucchini

 

Where?              Public Parking lot on the corner of Sioux Avenue and Coteau Street (1 block east of downtown Pierre) 

When?                 Saturday, 9am-noon 

Why?                    Grilled steak, boiled potatoes, roasted broccolini. Need I say more? 

Be sure to Like us on Facebook @capcityfarmersmarket and Follow us on Instagram and Twitter. You may also follow our website (capcitymarket.com/) for weekly updates.

Please share this with anyone who might be interested. If you are reading this and would like to sign up for our weekly email, send your request to bandgproduce@gmail.com.

If you know anyone interested in selling produce, baked goods, meat/poultry, eggs, or craft items, please have them visit our website (capcitymarket.com/), call or email Julie Bolding at 224.4348 or juliebolding@yahoo.com.

See you Saturday!

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Capital City Farmers’ Market – Saturday, July 6 – 9am-noon

 

We’re sending out our email a bit ahead of time, hoping to catch some of you headed out for a long weekend. We will be at market this weekend, ready to stock your fridge, freezer, and pantry with goods!

I’m already feeling pressure to use all the produce we are so lucky to have available. But, it is a lot. I know some of you run into this, too. I’m trying to be more flexible with recipes this year and so far it has been a success. In place of spinach for a Spanish dish, I subbed kale with great success. Last night I made a salad that called for arugula, watercress, and Napa cabbage to which I subbed mixed lettuce, curly endive, and kale for an amazing result.

Every weekend, I take an inventory of produce we have in the fridge and I base my weekly recipes around those…with full intent to use everything. Most of the time, it’s a fun challenge. Last weekend, I used a bunch of veggies making quiche. We were entrée salad heavy this week along with some tasty vegetable-based tacos. And, I was able to brew some fresh mint tea and dry some oregano for use this winter. I love this time of year.

Also, those of you who enjoyed Matt’s snake story from a couple weeks ago may be interested in his new story. He and Small Steve had a little run in this week, except this time Matt has video. The two are slowly learning to co-exist, with Matt handling it a bit better than Small Steve. For the record, this video does not increase my willingness to harvest tomatoes this year…as the video was taken right by the tomato patch. When you are at market this weekend, ask us to see the video!

Prairie Potters Master Gardeners will be at market this weekend. They have been very helpful to the folks who have had questions about random plants growing in their yard, answering why a plan hasn’t flowered, and how to work with reseeding after a hail storm. Stop down and ask your question to these trained folks.

As a market, we accept credit cards and EBT. Shop vendors who accept cc/EBT and pay once before you leave! Stop at the Market Manager booth to start the process and have fun shopping.

This week’s vendors:     B&G Produce, Bad River Pack, Beverly Duffel, Nancy’s Nest

Activities & More

  • Prairie Potters Master Gardeners 

Baked Goods & Bread

  • Organic Ingredients
    • Granola (B&G Produce)
    • Nut Granola, gluten free (Nancy’s Nest)
    • Cookies (Nancy’s Nest)
      • Oatmeal Raisin
      • Sunbutter, gluten free 

Beef (Nancy’s Nest) 

Beef Snacks (Bad River Pack)

  • Beef Jerky
  • Beef Sticks
  • Pemmican
  • Summer Sausage 

Creative Items

  • Baby Items (Beverly Duffel)
    • Bibs
    • Burp Rags
    • Crochet Sweater Sets
  • Bowl Cozies (Beverly Duffel)
  • Crocheted Scrubbies (Bad River Pack)
  • Felted Wood Bird Decorations (Bad River Pack)
  • Felted Wool Pillows (Bad River Pack)
  • Knit Dish Cloths & Scrubbies (Bad River Pack)
  • Potholders (Beverly Duffel)
  • Storage Boxes (Beverly Duffel)
  • Table Runners & Toppers (Beverly Duffel)
  • Tea Towels (Beverly Duffel)
  • Wall Hangings (Beverly Duffel)

Eggs (B&G Produce, Nancy’s Nest) 

Farm to Table (B&G Produce)

  • Hummus
    • Charred Scallion & Red Pepper
    • Cilantro Jalapeno

From The Garden (B&G Produce)

  • Broccolini
  • Garlic Scapes
  • Kale
  • Kohlrabi
  • Lettuce
    • Curly Endive / Frisee
    • Escarole
    • Mini Romaine
    • Mixed Lettuce
  • Parsley
  • Radish
  • Summer Squash

 

Where?              Public Parking lot on the corner of Sioux Avenue and Coteau Street (1 block east of downtown Pierre) 

When?                 Saturday, 9am-noon 

Why?                    Produce tastes better when it comes from a garden. And, this garden is only 20 miles away. 

Be sure to Like us on Facebook @capcityfarmersmarket and Follow us on Instagram and Twitter. You may also follow our website (capcitymarket.com/) for weekly updates.

Please share this with anyone who might be interested. If you are reading this and would like to sign up for our weekly email, send your request to bandgproduce@gmail.com.

If you know anyone interested in selling produce, baked goods, meat/poultry, eggs, or craft items, please have them visit our website (capcitymarket.com/), call or email Julie Bolding at 224.4348 or juliebolding@yahoo.com.

See you Saturday!

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Capital City Farmers’ Market – Saturday, June 29 – 9am-noon

We’re starting to feel a bit like summer, aren’t we? Once we consistently hit 90 degrees and above, I want all of my food to be cold. I’ve been noshing on Caesar salads, using garden greens and homemade dressing, all week. On the menu for next week is this kale salad and this amazing Thai Steak & Noodle Salad. Try not to get too held up on ingredients…go with what’s in season. This particular recipe calls for arugula and watercress. I plan to use kale and pea shoots among other fresh garden produce. Flank steak, sirloin, or ribeye would all be great options for the beef part of this recipe. I’m super excited about all the bright and pungent flavors…lime, ginger, fish sauce. I’m in.

We have a new vendor this week. Mel & Me are bringing handmade soap, crocheted dishcloths, herbs, and some produce. Stop by and welcome them to market!

And, for some additional market fun, Amanda will be face painting this weekend. We will also have a Make Your Own 4th of July Magnetic Photo Frame booth. Both of these activities are FREE!

As a market, we accept credit cards and EBT. Shop vendors who accept cc/EBT and pay once before you leave! Stop at the Market Manager booth to start the process and have fun shopping.

This week’s vendors:     B&G Produce, Bab’s Bites ‘n Bones, Beverly Duffel, Cedar Creek Gardens, Flavorgasm, Krause Family Orchard, Mel & Me, Nancy’s Nest, One Brand Beef

Activities & More

  • Face Painting with Amanda!
  • Make Your Own 4th of July Magnetic Photo Frame 

Apple Cider Products (Krause Family Orchard)

  • Cider, quarts & half gallon
  • Freezer Pops 

Baked Goods & Bread

  • Bars, Salted Caramel (B&G Produce)
  • Cake, Rhubarb (Bab’s Bites ‘n Bones)
  • Cinnamon Rolls, Sticky Caramel (Bab’s Bites ‘n Bones)
  • Cupcakes (Flavorgasm)
    • Apple Pie
    • Black Forest
    • Confetti Cake
    • Lavender Lemonade
  • Organic Ingredients (B&G Produce)
    • Granola
  • Rustic Bread (B&G Produce)
    • Fig & Fennel
    • Parmesan & Black Pepper
    • Toasted Sesame 

Beef (Nancy’s Nest, One Brand Beef)

  • Special Beef Offers (One Brand Beef)
    • Buy 10lbs Single-Sourced Ground Beef, get 1lb FREE
    • 10% off All Steaks (Try this salad!)

Canned Goods (Cedar Creek Gardens)

  • Dill Pickles
  • Jam/Jelly
  • Pickled Asparagus
  • Salsa 

Creative Items

  • Baby Items (Beverly Duffel)
    • Bibs
    • Burp Rags
    • Crochet Sweater Sets
  • Bowl Cozies (Beverly Duffel)
  • Crocheted Washcloths (Mel & Me)
  • Potholders (Beverly Duffel)
  • Storage Boxes (Beverly Duffel)
  • Table Runners & Toppers (Beverly Duffel)
  • Tea Towels (Beverly Duffel)
  • Wall Hangings (Beverly Duffel)

Eggs (B&G Produce, Cedar Creek Gardens, Nancy’s Nest) 

Farm to Table (B&G Produce)

  • Hummus, Cumin Lime
  • Pesto, Green Garlic

Flowers (B&G Produce) 

Four-Legged Friends (Bab’s Bites ‘n Bones)

  • Dog Biscuits
    • Hearty Beef, small & medium size treats
    • Savory Chicken, small & medium size treats 

From The Garden

  • Beets (Cedar Creek Gardens)
  • Broccoli (Cedar Creek Gardens)
  • Broccolini (B&G Produce)
  • Carrots (Cedar Creek Gardens)
  • Curly Endive (B&G Produce)
  • Garlic Scapes (B&G Produce)
  • Herbs (Mel & Me)
  • Kale (Cedar Creek Gardens)
  • Lettuce (B&G Produce)
    • Mini Romaine
    • Mixed Lettuce
  • Pea Shoots (B&G Produce)
  • Radishes (B&G Produce, Cedar Creek Gardens)
  • Sugar Snap Peas (Cedar Creek Gardens)
  • Swiss Chard (Cedar Creek Gardens)
  • Tomatoes (Cedar Creek Gardens)

Handmade Soap (Mel & Me)

Honey (Krause Family Orchard)

Where?               Public Parking lot on the corner of Sioux Avenue and Coteau Street (1 block east of downtown Pierre) 

When?                 Saturday, 9am-noon 

Why?                    Cider pops on a 100 degree day are a must! 

Be sure to Like us on Facebook @capcityfarmersmarket and Follow us on Instagram and Twitter. You may also follow our website (capcitymarket.com/) for weekly updates.

Please share this with anyone who might be interested. If you are reading this and would like to sign up for our weekly email, send your request to bandgproduce@gmail.com.

If you know anyone interested in selling produce, baked goods, meat/poultry, eggs, or craft items, please have them visit our website (capcitymarket.com/), call or email Julie Bolding at 224.4348 or juliebolding@yahoo.com.

See you Saturday!

 

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