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Winter Farmers Market (local Areas)

Discussion in 'Area Restaurants, Dining and Food' started by foodie, Dec 13, 2006.

  1. foodie

    foodie New Member

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    In Leesburg, VA, there is a NEW Winter Farmers Market located at the Catoctin Village shopping center. Hours are as follows:

    Every Saturday 10 am to 1 pm.

    Email contact at--sandra@chefeloy.com and phone number is (540) 771-0225.

    Products are from local farm producers. We have been there and the Market is great for local farm products.

    Good eats--

    Foodie
     
  2. Lee

    Lee Permanent Vacation

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    OK foodie what kind of things can you get there this time of year??

    I was spoiled living in southern california where you can get virtually anything at a reasonable price all year round at the local farmers market.

    Lee j
     
  3. foodie

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    Re: Winter Farmers Market (Local Areas & Other Sources)

    Lee and others--

    Here is the web site link for the Loudoun Farmers Market (Winter and other Seasons)--just click on Winter Market on web site. Local producer/farmers includes (too numerous too mention on forum):

    www.loudounfarms.org (Loudoun Farms main web site.)

    Fresh eggs, Free Range Chicken, Pork, Goat Products, Cheeses, etc.

    Even though we grow greens in cold frames, we still use local farmers' produce. We have our own eggs for ourselves. If you want local grassfed meats (all types)--post query and I can give some meat sources.

    Also if any of you want REAL DAIRY see my info on www.tricklingspringscreamery.com (For Goodness Sake carries ALL Dairy). We toured Chamberburg, PA dairy location earlier this Spring and they have great REAL Creamline milk, Yogurts, REAL butter, Ice Cream, and other products. Milk bottled in glass bottles do not have that "plastic aftertaste" so often found in regular store bought milk.

    Good eats and Merry Christmas==:mmm: :mmm:

    Foodie:D
     

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