Sunday, June 10, 2012

Get your "slow food" on at Tuesday Farmers Market

Cindy Ridenour, president of the Tuesday Farmers Market board of directors, says that the market will bring in two "slow food" chefs during the summer to teach buyers about using fresh ingredients. Said Ridenour in today's Wyoming Tribune-Eagle: "These chefs will be showing how to get back to cooking with real natural foods that you can get at our market rather than reaching for the Cheez Whiz or Bisquick." So stroll onto the Depot Plaza in downtown Cheyenne to find fresh local foods and fine handmade crafts. Products featured this Tuesday, June 12, 3-6:30 p.m.:
  • Locally-raised fresh vegetables
  • Colorado Western Slope cherries
  • Locally raised mushrooms
  • Grass-fed beef, lamb, and bison, pork, poultry, goat's meat
  • Farm fresh eggs
  • Bratwurst, chowders, bisque, smoked wild-caught salmon, tamales
  • Dine on the plaza or take-home BBQ
  • Locally produced honey, jams and jellies, hot sauce
  • Gourmet pastas, flavored oils and vinegars
  • Fresh breads and baked goods
  • Natural, locally-produced body care products
  • Hand-crafted glass gifts, wood working, alpaca fiber crafts, photo cards and other crafts
Live Music by Franklin Taggart

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