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Flatbread

by Catherine Stiers, Communications Intern for ASAP

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Oyster-mushrooms

Spring is in full swing, and so are area farmers tailgate markets!

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parsnips

Spring has arrived in the mountains! We’re welcoming spring back with outdoor farmers tailgate markets opening across the region!

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radishes

Outdoor farmers tailgate markets are finally here! Read the rest of this entry »

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Spinning Spider Creamery chevre

The beginning of spring is here and there’s buzz about outdoor tailgate markets opening up at long last! But before they do open, be sure to stop by the last of the indoor winter markets this week.

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Spinach

The trees are about to turn green again, and soon you’ll be able to find greens at your local tailgate markets, too! Area farmers will soon be setting up outdoors for the new growing season.

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Dry Ridge Farm

Outdoor markets will be opening in a few weeks, but there’s still plenty to find at winter farmers tailgate markets!

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Market Sign

Getting to the bottom of this new tax law and how it applies to farmers markets and their vendors has been a long strange trip. Though I think we are far from the end of this saga, recent information and conversations lead me to conclude that we can reasonably interpret that the new tax laws (NCGS 66-255) do not apply to most farmers market managers in NC.

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Shitake Logs

Winter tailgate markets abound with local farm products! What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day next week than to get some greens from your local farmer?

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Ivy Creek Family Farm Produce

As part of ASAP’s 2014 4th Annual Asheville CSA Fair  planned for March 13, Denise Barratt will conduct a cooking demonstration. Denise is a registered dietitian and nutritionist with Health Concepts Nutrition Therapy and Vine Ripe Home Grown Nutrition. Want a sneak peek as to what she will be cooking at the CSA Fair? Take a look at the recipe below, and try it at home!

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