Spring might actually be here, because today marks the return of our beloved FRESHFARM Market by the Foggy Bottom Metro stop. Now while you’re waiting in line to enter the station, you can browse through fresh produce, meats, and gelato. Check out our series of posts, Eatin’ Fresh, that highlight the individual vendors that bring us deliciousness (and fresh flowers). You can start shopping at 3 pm and the market ends at 7 pm.
Looking for a way to help out with our favorite farmers’ market? Check out this opportunity:
FARMFRESH needs volunteers to conduct 1-minute surveys aimed at market customers.
Two volunteers are needed for the Foggy Bottom market on Wednesday, 7/21, from 3-7pm. Send an email to email@example.com if you’re interested.
Additionally, I guess next week would be a great week to go to the market if you love to answer survey questions.
I got pretty excited last week when I heard there’d be a new cheese stand at the Farmer’s Market. Caprikorn Farm has goat and cow milk cheeses, and they are taaaaaasty.
They’ve got all kinds — but I took home a $7 block of Jalepeno Cheddar Goat cheese to try it out for myself. What I found was this:
According to the Foggy Bottom listserv, this week you can check out some awesome cheeses from a new stand this year. Think: cheddar, gouda, Swiss and fresh chevre. Yummo!
Unfortunately it looks like the Cavanna Pasta stand won’t be at the market until further notice.
We’ll have a more complete post for you next week, after we get a chance to check out some of the goodies today.
The FRESHFARM farmers’ market on Foggy Bottom runs from April 1st to November 25th. Check it out on Wednesdays from 3pm to 7pm, located on I St between 24th St NW and New Hampshire (right by the FoBo metro). Find out more at their site.
Eatin’ Fresh! is a weekly series covering different stands and items at the FoBo Farmers’ Market — want us to cover something in particluar? Let us know in the comments
Angry chef, big ol’ party, new-fangled contraptions, and a flaming book spewing sorority house this week.
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