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Fall hunting… of a different sort!

October 27, 2014 by

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The Ozarks may truly be at their finest in the fall. The trees are, of course, stunning. The weather is stubbornly perfect. And, though the cultivated summer crops are waning, delectable dining opportunities abound in the woods, for those who know where to look! Of course, the deer & turkey hunting and bass & crappie […]

Eat Freshly even after the market closes!

October 20, 2014 by

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Dear Farmers Market Shopper, In the fall and winter months, locally-sourced produce, meats, baked goods, and other foods can be hard to find, as farmers markets close for the season and frosty weather puts the soil to sleep. But there are still plenty of freshly-grown foods… if you know where to look! Our new “off-season” […]