June 8th brings our weekly variety of breads, jams, soaps, candles, olive tapinades, cheeses, meats, shrimp and the freshest fruits and vegetables.
This is the time of the year to try a fresh, blueberry Cole slaw and it couldn’t be any easier to make.
Tempt your family and guests with traditional pies from Karen Miller, our featured vendor of the week.
As strawberry season is put to rest, the blueberries are being harvested as fast as you can eat them.
This week’s featured vendor is Dot Williams and her Amelia Island Soy Candles.
Milk, eggs, cheeses and meats will come from the best livestock farms in all of the land at the Fernandina farmers’ market.
The Market Place feels like a reunion of family, friends and neighbors. Larry LeMier will delight us with his musical talent, and the Boy Scouts are our featured non-profit.
Executive Chef Thomas Tolxdorf, of the Ritz Carlton, leads a group of chefs to visit farmers for a better understanding of their capabilities and how they work.
With a basket full of Myers lemons I’d just picked, the hardest decision to make was, “Which recipe should I try first?”
Pam Greenewald, a professed Rosaholic, will speak on growing roses without chemicals, and which roses are the best for Florida.