Snow!! It's beautiful, but chilly! This weather calls for a hearty but not heavy bowl of soup if you ask me! An old favorite is The Charleston Grill's Roasted Garlic Soup with Parmesan & Lemon Thyme. http://tinyurl.com/j6lnaf9
44 Cloves of garlic! See if that doesn't kick an oncomming cold, or vampire, in the butt! #garliclover #watchoutEdward #44clovesandcounting #dcfoodie
Sorry to say folks but we will not be at the Dupont market tomorrow due to the cold and wind. The market is still open, so please come out and support the other venders! We want the veggies to be fresh not frozen! See you next weekend! #dupontcirclefarmersmarket
Despite the winter weather we rarely miss a market, we'll be there in snow, rain and sub zero tempertures. In the unlikely event that we can't make it to market, we'll post updates here and on our social media.
We will be at Sheridan School market on Saturday, Jan 7th and at Dupont Circle market on Sunday, Jan 8th. We will have a variety of greens and root crops. And at Sheridan we will have some hot house tomatoes! It's to be a bit chilly, but hope to see you there. And we are in need of cardboard egg cartons. So if you have some, please bring them with you. But we can't use plastic or styrofoam. Thanks!
We will return to market January 7th and 8th, 2017 and continue right through the winter. Happy Holidays!
We are at our Sheridan School Market today, dispite the weather! We will be at Dupont Circle Market tomorrow. These are our last markets for the next two weeks, we will return Jan 7th and 8th! Please come out, brave the weather today and tomorrow and stock up for the holidays for the next two weeks.
Tomorrow is December can you believe it?! I can’t looking at all the delicious greens we will have at this weekend’s market. Delicate, delicious, delightful Lettuce from our high tunnel? Sweet frost kissed Kale, Brussel sprouts, and the last of this seasons Broccoli? Rainbow Chard or some zippy fresh Herbs to brighten your rainy week? Come visit us at Sheridan School from 9-1 and Dupont Sunday from 8:30-1!
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Everything Starts as a Seed
Jim and Moie Crawford started organic farming in 1972, on rented land, with a little experience, and practically no money. Over the course of 40 years, New Morning Farm grew from a small operation, selling vegetables out of the back of a pick-up truck, to a farm of over 95 acres with several thriving markets in Washington, D.C.