Troostwood Youth Garden Market - SATURDAYS (KCMO)


Troostwood You

Basic Info:

Description:
5142 Paseo, Kansas City, Missouri 64110

Friday nights, 5 pm to 8pm
and
Saturdays, 8 am to 2 pm

May 15 thru late October

Organically grown vegetables and produce grown sustainably by neighborhood youth - a member of JJ Farms - one of a number of farmers' markets featured by the Kansas City Food Circle.

Contact Info

Website:

Location:

Kansas City, MO


SEE ALSO:owing a healthy neighborhood

Troostwood Garden started as an activity for kids...



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KC Organics and Natural Farmers Market - Saturdays in Minor Park

Reposted from the KC Food Circle calendar:

...this is an eMinder for

Farmers Market - KC Organics (Minor Park - KCMO)


Saturdays 8am – 12:30pm
(Timezone: Central Time)

E 110th St & Red Bridge Road, Kansas City, MO (map)

KC Organics and Natural Farmers Market
“The Farmer’s Market in a Park”
Open Saturdays May 2nd through October 17th
8:00 am to 12:30 pm, in Minor Park
Go 1 mile South of I-435 on Holmes,then east on Red Bridge Road (111th St.)

  • fresh-picked, locally grown organic produce
  • also honey, edible flowers, herbs, mushrooms
  • breads and baked goods, grains, sauces
  • Free-Trade coffee and Eco-products
  • free-range eggs and some meats
  • soaps, body care products
  • natural stoneware jewelry


A Unique Market Experience in all the Best Ways

On the Grass, Under the Trees, in Beautiful Minor Park―with hikeable trails, lots of acreage, and the Little Blue River

www.kcorganics.com


In partnership with Kansas City Missouri Parks and Recreation
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Troost Community Market - Linwood & Troost - KCMO - Saturdays 8:30am-NOON

TROOST MARKET HAS CLOSED EARLY this season - Stay tuned for new location and plans for 2010

BROOKSIDE - The Community Farmers Market at Brookside (KCMO) - for Market Day (SATURDAY)


Greetings Market Friends!

The weather continues to amaze, the cool weather has brought tasty fall veggies and we'll have music by percussionist Dustin Mott. Sounds like a lovely Saturday to me - hope to see you all at market, toes-a-tappin'.

From our vendors:

Bread of Life Bakery

Hello Market Friends,

This has been a nice and cool week. Luke and Chris had a busy week keeping the lawns mowed for their lawn care business. School also fills up their time so Luke is staying out of trouble for the time being.

We will have organic fair trade coffee from Puddin Head available, along with scones, pumpkin muffins,cookies honey pecan rolls, breakfast burritos, meat and vegetarian,and Quiches.

We have our usual whole grain breads made with freshly ground organic whole grains so you get a good source of fiber and other nutrients such as selenium,potassium and magnesium. The refined flours are low in fiber and are still missing some nutrients and minerals since they only add back a few in the enriched flours. Whole grains are healthier and truly the staff of life.

Come by and see Luke and Chris,


KCCUA

It’s Spring again all over again, at least as it comes to our farm’s market offerings. We’ll bring items that we haven’t had since May including spinach, salad mix, arugula and microgreens. Our root crops have also benefitted from plenty of rain and cooler nights. Detroit Dark Red beets are better than ever. Baby turnips are back and are very cute. Carrots are yellow and outstanding when braised with your choice of decadent sauce (i.e. butter). Sweet potatoes are what I’ve been waiting for all season and we’ll gladly share some with you. Winter squash varieties are plentiful including butternut, my personal favorite, carnival and acorn. Summer is not quite over yet so we’ll have perfect zucchini and patty pan squash. If you haven’t taken the chance yet…folks who have tried the patty pan rave and claim it their favorite. September is the month of taking chances, you know. Our big and little red, ripe sweet peppers are great cooked or uncooked any way you look at it. Okra. Four letters say it all. Hot peppers need only three letters. H…O…T. Scallions and leeks. Green beans and cucumbers. Get your eggplant now as this cool weather does not agree with the plants. Tomatoes are holding on and the vines are producing big wonders. We’ll bring herbs of many kinds…lemongrass, basil, rosemary and sage to name just a couple. We’ll have other greens as well. Malabar spinach, which has sustained us through the summer and continues to be Katherine’s new favorite, and sweet potato greens. We’ll also have a few other treats like pea shoots, tomatillos and squash blossoms.

We’ll look for you on Saturday.
Thank you for stopping by our stand.

Alicia


Blue Door Farm

It was so good to see everyone last week, I'm going to try it again. The raab is looking good (and has many more buds than last week), the turnips are tasty and the radishes look entirely too colorful and cheerful. I'll also have more sweet peppers, herbs and kale.

Happy Saturday!

- Laura



BROOKSIDE MARKET'S VENDOR LINKS:

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Saturdays, 8am to 1pm
under the white tents at theBorder Star Montessori School
63rd & Wornall, Kansas City, MO 64113

The Farmers' Community Market at Brookside is Dedicated to Creating a Unique Partnership between the Community and Farmers who provide High Quality, Local and Organic Products in an atmosphere that is mutually beneficial, wholesome and fun.The Market also helps to support the Border Star PTA.



The Healing Foods Kitchen at KU Medical Center - OCTOBER CALENDAR


The Healing Foods Kitchen at KU Medical Center The October calendar for the Healing Foods Kitchen is now out. Come learn how to make delicious foods using seasonal ingredients.


Check out this link for the details:http://integrativemed.kumc.edu/nutrition_classes_calendar.htm



Source: integrativemed.kumc.edu
Web site for the Program in Integrative Medicine, program that promotes a healing environment to patients using science-based orthomolecular and nutritional medicine at University of Kansas Medical Center.



Raw Food Meetup - Thriving in the 21st Century - Thursday, October 9th, 2009 - Unity Temple


Viktoras Kulvinskas, "The Father of Living Foods" will be in Kansas City on October 9th, Unity Temple on the Plaza for a three hour talk and Q&A if there is enough interest from YOU.

Viktoras will take the stage beginning at 7pm and highlight, "Thriving in the 21st Century." Over 30 years ago yet timeless, Viktoras wrote a groundbreaking book called, Survival into the 21st Century: Planetary Healers Manual.

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Viktoras Kulvinskas


Born in Lithuania, during World War II, under a Piscean sky, he received his M.S. Degree in pure mathematics from the University of Connecticut, where he later taught mathematics. For six years he was computer consultant for Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, the Apollo Project, etc. He is a member of the Physics honor society Sigma Pi Sigma. He also co-founded, with Dr. Ann Wigmore, the Hippocrates Health Institute in Boston, where he was the Director of Research. As a nutritionist, he was the personal health consultant to comedian/activist Dick Gregory during his 900 mile run for peace.

Viktoras is the author of five books, and has contributed articles to many New Age journals, among them, Vegetarian Voice, Vegetarian Times, Vegetarian World, Health Street Journal, and Alternatives. Besides his best seller Survival In the 21st Century, he has authored Sprout for the Love of Everybody,Love Your Body, New Age Directory, Life Extension Recipes and Program, Life in the 21st Century, and Don't Dine Without Enzymes. This year he will be releasing three new books.

Viktoras travels extensively, and has given seminars for the World Symposium on Humanity in Canada and Australia. He has lectured for over 10,000 hours at such events as the New Earth Exposition, the Whole Earth Festival, the World Vegetarian Congress, the Cancer Victims and Friends Convention, theNational Health Federation Convention, and others.


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The Kansas City Raw Food Meetup has a Group mailing list.

You can visit the Raw KC Meetup Group here:



Troostwood Youth Garden Market - FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS - 52nd & Paseo


Troostwood You

Basic Info:

Description:
5142 Paseo, Kansas City, Missouri 64110

Friday nights, 5 pm to 8pm
and
Saturdays, 8 am to 2 pm

May 15 thru late October

Organically grown vegetables and produce grown sustainably by neighborhood youth - a member of JJ Farms - one of a number of farmers' markets featured by the Kansas City Food Circle.

Contact Info

Website:

Location:

Kansas City, MO


SEE ALSO:owing a healthy neighborhood

Troostwood Garden started as an activity for kids...



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funky Friday Farmers Market at BADSEED - FRIDAYS in the CROSSROADS


Friends,

Some of you may have been present at market a few weeks ago some close friends performed The Ballad of Brooke and Dan. The video that came out of that performance is now available to THE WORLD. Check out the following links for your personal entertainment:

The Ballad of Brooke and Dan.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3zgaF5kEic

The Lyrics.
http://www.fairsharefarm.com/info/pdf/The%20Ballad%20of%20Brooke%20and%20Dan%20handout.pdf

The Story.
http://www.kansascity.com/news/neighborhood/southland/story/1418209.html

Thanks to our lovely friends who made this possible!


Two of our lovely chickens have just laid their first EGGS! Talk about yolks. I think these girls have been eating too much Swiss chard; those yolks were burnt orange and tasted amazing. Unfortunately, these girls will only lay for our private consumption. But we are very proud parents! Everyone should keep their own chickens! Hopefully someday soon you can - LEGALLY.

Fall is setting in, and our appetites and habits are changing (consciously or not). We notice when we see tomatoes left on the market table toward the end of summer. With fall officially here, many farmers markets are slowing down. Don't forget about us!

In the warmth of the
BADSEED, we'll continue to have an abundance of organic delights. It's HARVEST SEASON, which represents the best produce from both the summer and fall. And as other markets close, we'll be adding more vendors to beef up the BADSEED Winter Market. Come see us this week and fill your mouth with the following:

Heirloom WINTER Squash (already sold out of Black Futsus)
alert-level Turk's Turban, sweeter than Pie Pumpkins, GIANT JAPANESE PINK BANANA,
succulent Sweet Dumplings, hippy-loving ACORN, fun-filled Spaghetti Squash, and Butternuts baby!

Loads of Sweet PEPPERS, Red, Purple, Green!!
Young and Tender ARUGULA from Lew, the Herb'n Gardener
Yard-Long Chinese Red Noodle Beans
Brooke's famous herbed Saute Mix
Tender Tuscan, Winterbor, and Russian Kale
HOT HOT HOT Peppers!
Sweeter than Spinach SWEET POTATO GREENS
Snoody French Filet Beans from Lew
Orgasmic Eggplants from Outer Space
Red Velvet Okra!
Superb Salad Mix from that Herb'n Gardener again
Onions and Garlic
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And, of course, let us not forget that we will have EGGS, BREAD and SWEETS from Bread of Life Bakery, and coffee from Puddin' Head.

We'll see you Friday!!


Farmer Dan


...check out this cover story in INK Magazine.* They really got our goat.....(haha) and check out our updates on Facebook (linked below).

* Overcoming Kansas City's eco-hurdles (KC INK Magazine)

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BADSEED
An Urban-Organic Farm & Market
Celebrating Local Food, Culture, and Community

1909 McGee*KCMO*64108

See you this Friday from 4:30 to 9 PM