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Good morning! Don’t forget to place your orders on the market before noon today. You don’t want to miss out on all the holiday baked goods like banana chocolate chip bread, sourdough, navy bean pie, and much much more!
Good Morning everyone! We are happy to be open this week after taking a break last Saturday for Race the Cure downtown. You can shop the Market here. The Root Cafe is selling a delicious homemade chicken stock that would be PERFECT for your next soup!
We have your guide to fall squash up on the blog today, as well as some tasty recipes for how to serve them up!
Market Closed For Race for the Cure
Good morning everyone!
Our market will not be open this week due to street closures downtown for Race for the Cure. We hope everyone has a great time participating in the race and events on Saturday, and can’t wait to see you all the following Sunday. And don’t worry, if you have a order from yesterday that you’re planning on picking up tomorrow we will be there!
Market Is Open
Happy FALL everyone!
What a beautiful time of year it is. We have tons of delicious fall produce coming in, like these variety bags of winter squash from Barnhill Orchards. They’re so pretty you can keep them out on your table for decor until it’s time to eat them!
Don’t forget that Green Groceries is fundraising to meet their $2,500 goal until the end of December. Help them reach this and receive a matching $2,500 grant by making a donation, even if it’s just a few dollars!
As the seasons change, what we eat should too. Today on the blog we take a look at the ancient practice of Ayurvedic medicine and what it has to say about our fall diets.
Market Is Open
Good Morning everyone!
The Market is open. Check out the snickerdoodle coffee creamer under “what’s new”. Yum!
Many of you are familiar with our partner program, Green Groceries. This program provides 20-25 families with fresh groceries twice a month, drastically reducing their grocery bills and ensuring that they have nutritious, local produce and meat. ALFN is proud to be offering a $2,500 matching grant to Green Groceries, and YOU can help them reach their goal! They are only a few hundred dollars away from raising their half – lend them a hand and make a donation, even if it’s just a few dollars!
Interested in contributing to the ALFN blog that we put out every week? Email Claire at email@example.com.
Market Is Open
Happy Sunday everyone!
Did you know that you can pay your membership fee one month at a time? Whenever you’re prompted to pay a $60 yearly membership fee, just email me or add a comment to your order letting us know that you’d prefer to pay for one month (or two or three!). You can adjust the price to $7.50 at checkout during the market!
We love all the treats from Amandaland Farms (like salted caramel sauce, pear chutney, and yummy microgreens) so we featured her on our blog!
Good morning everyone! Don’t forget to place your order before the market closes at noon. Thank you to everyone who took the time to speak with our board members last Saturday and share their ideas and feedback. We are so appreciative of every single member, and want to give you the best!
Market Is Open
Hope everyone has enjoyed their weekends!
The Market is open. We’ve got some yummy seasonal recipes on the blog today – check them out to get some inspiration for your grocery list this week!
Did you know that ALFN is a great place for high school age students to volunteer? If you have a senior or junior year student looking for volunteer hours for their college applications, they can sign up to volunteer and make a difference in local food.
Here’s the link to those delicious seasonal recipes!. Thanks to Tammy Pope of Tammy Sue’s Critters for sharing with us.
Good morning y’all! Be sure to get your order in before the market closes at noon today. And don’t forget that several of our board members will be available during the Saturday morning pickup this week to talk to you about Food Club. Please take some time to stop by the library to share your thoughts, concerns, and comments in person. We want to know what’s on your mind!