August 2: Market Activities

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MUSIC: Running the River; INFO TABLES: Master Gardeners; Lyme Action Network

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Flourless Chocolate Cake

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Here’s a recipe for a fantastic flourless chocolate cake (the secret is duck eggs!) from a Greenfield Center farm that also sells chemical-free soap, body products, and insect repellents at the market.

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July 30: Market Activities

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MUSIC: Nancy Waldman; ACTIVITIES: Family Yoga at 3 (south lawn); Balloon Gal Jenny; INFO TABLES: Food & Nutrition with Diane Whitten; Eat Smart New York

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Cold Cantaloupe Melon Soup

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The recipe is called a “soup,” but it can be served at breakfast, for an afternoon snack or for dessert.

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Market Samples at Franklin Community Center

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Volunteers with Friends of the Market have started a series of summer food tastings on Wednesday mornings (through 8/27) at the Franklin Community Center to show consumers simple cooking tips for incorporating fresh and healthy, local, farm-raised food into their daily meals.

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July 26: Market Activities

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MUSIC: Three Quarter North (pavilion), and Nico Avella (acoustic tent); INFO TABLES: Master Gardeners; Bring Your Own Bag Saratoga

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Tasty Kale with Garlic

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While almost everyone has heard that kale is nutritious and a healthy vegetable to incorporate into meal plans, many still wonder how to prepare it. This recipe is simple and delicious.

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July 23: Market Activities

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MUSIC: Kate Blain; ACTIVITIES: Family Yoga at 3 (south lawn); Balloon Gal Jenny; INFO TABLES: Food & Nutrition with Diane Whitten; Eat Smart New York; Cornell Coop. Extension’s Master Gardener

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Beef Jerky

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Jerky can be eaten plain as a snack or meal supplement, or rehydrated in a soup or stew. If you’re a camper, hiker, hunter or other outdoor enthusiast, you may take jerky on your outings because it’s lightweight, chewy and tasty.

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July 19: Market Activities

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MUSIC: Geo Beat (pavilion); Bets & Frets (acoustic tent, north lawn); INFO TABLE: Master gardeners

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