Roots Produce A Farm - To- Table Lifestyle In Thomasville - Doreen Levers

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Roots Produce a Farm - To - Table Lifestyle In Thomasville

Locally-sourced, farm fresh and farm-to-fork.

Our table is our place of peace, a place to gather over conversation and a welcoming meal. Our community is where we thrive, a place where we shop, play and find our most inner peace. When we can find resources grown or produced in our community, we support all the above. Sustainability is within our reach if you’re willing to shop local and support local producers. Thomasville Farmers Market offers seasonal vegetables and fruits, pasture raised meats, baked goods, flowers & transplants and crafts. You may notice new additions with each turning week as well.

Producers Only Farmers Market

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Saturday Farmers Market season opens May 11th until September 21st.

Tuesday markets begin the second Tuesday in June through the end of July.

SATURDAYS 8 am to 12 noon              
TUESDAY 8 am to 12 pm

Closed on Everybody's Day

WIC, Senior Nutrition, Credit Cards Accepted by some vendors.

Thomasville Farmers Market is a 100% producers only market limited to certified growers who live within Davidson County or the counties of Davie, Forsyth, Guilford, Montgomery, Randolph and Rowan counties. Support our local farms, farm-to-table is where your adventure will lead you while you buy directly from the grower - no middle man, grow in your community. Keep it fresh, keep it local.

Get ready for opening day, fresh flowers will be made available just in time for all those moms out there. Strawberries are coming straight from Hedgecock Farms. Fresh pasture raised meats with a pure grass finish, only being feed a non- gmo feed brought to you by Crossings Farm. Plants & Transplants produced by Darr. Opening day will host its seasonal verity of Greens, Transplants, Asparagus and Mothers’s Day flowers not to mention the beautiful strawberries. The famers market is know for its seasonal turnaround. You can expect what is produced the exact time of year to ensure peek freshness. Thomasville Farmers Market is proud to introduce some of their local farmers and producers. Meet the Farmers. I’m sure you will find something for your table to enjoy from each and every one.

Do you want to join in and become a vendor? Click HERE on how to become a vendor.

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“Cooking is at once child's play and adult joy. And cooking done with care is an act of love.” 
― 
Craig Claiborne

https://www.ourstate.com/bacon-asparagus/   Amy Brinkley lives in Morehead City and is the writer and photographer of the food blog,    The Blond Cook   . Amy’s cooking style is influenced by her small town roots and love of Southern comfort food.    Credit ~   https://www.ourstate.com

https://www.ourstate.com/bacon-asparagus/ Amy Brinkley lives in Morehead City and is the writer and photographer of the food blog, The Blond Cook. Amy’s cooking style is influenced by her small town roots and love of Southern comfort food.

Credit ~ https://www.ourstate.com

What you’ll need:

  • 1 bunch baby asparagus (about 1 pound), rinsed and ends trimmed

  • ¼ cup butter

  • ¼ cup light brown sugar

  • ¼ teaspoon garlic powder

  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce

  • Bacon slices

Directions:

  • Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F.

  • Divide asparagus into small bundles, about 6-8 baby asparagus per bundle.

  • Set aside ½ strip of bacon on a microwave-safe plate lined with a paper towel for the number of asparagus bundles that you have.

  • Microwave the bacon slices for about 1-1/2 minute, or until just barely cooked.

  • Wrap the bacon around the center of each asparagus bundle and place on a shallow baking sheet, seam-side of the bacon down.

  • In a small saucepan, bring brown sugar, butter, garlic and soy sauce to a boil over medium heat, stirring occasionally.  Remove from heat.

  • Brush asparagus bundles with the brown sugar mixture, coating well.

  • Bake approximately 10-15 minutes, or until asparagus is cooked crisp-tender.  The amount of time will depend upon the size of your asparagus spears.

https://www.ourstate.com/strawberry-syrup/   Strawberry Syrup Recipe   With Steve Gordon’s strawberry syrup, it will already feel like spring to your tastebuds.  Credit ~  https://www.ourstate.com

https://www.ourstate.com/strawberry-syrup/ Strawberry Syrup Recipe

With Steve Gordon’s strawberry syrup, it will already feel like spring to your tastebuds.

Credit ~ https://www.ourstate.com

What you’ll need to make the syrup

  • 6-7 cups fresh strawberries

  • 7 cups granulated sugar

  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice

  • DIRECTIONS

So as you see, you alone are empowered to shop local, as the resources are plentiful at your local farmers market. Keeping it fresh invites many possibilities. Creating new recipes, welcoming new and old friends to your table, and more importantly supporting your local growing and producing community. This year, challenge yourself to visit Thomasville Farmers Market to see all it has to offer. If you’re inspired to become a vendor, you will be welcomed with open arms and smiling hearts. Lastly, THANK YOU for shopping local!!!!

Location:
21 E. Guilford St, under the water tower

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