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Eat Local for the Holidays

When Dec 01, 2013 10:00 AM to
Dec 31, 2013 04:00 PM
Where Broadway, U-District and West Seattle Farmers Markets
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Our three year-round farmers markets have everything you need for delicious, locally-sourced holiday meals and gift giving: excellent meats and poultry, wild-caught salmon, shellfish, gourmet cheeses, all kinds of root vegetables, winter squashes and pumpkins, winter greens and other seasonal vegetables, apples, pears, cranberries, baked goods and confections, local ciders, hard ciders and local wines.  You can also get market gift certificates in any amount (good at all seven NFM markets, all year round).  

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Of special note for the holidays:

Fresh Duck from Stokesberry – available for Christmas – taking orders now!

Hams, special cuts of roasts, leg of lamb, rack of lamb, and new red wines from SeaBreeze Farm.

Samish Bay Cheese has natural rind Goudas available in gift boxes.  They also will be featuring 8-year aged cheeses and their original, colorful holiday cheese of chili, chive and onion Gouda.

Gingerbread and Stollen from Tall Grass Bakery - plus stuffing mix available now through the end of the season.

Wreaths, swags, garlands and center pieces from Alm Hill

Ciabatta dinner rolls from Preston Hill – plus Sweet Potato/Raisin scones available now.

Local cranberries  and yams (orange-flesh sweet potatoes) at all markets.

Fresh sauerkraut (live-probiotic) from River Farm (organic cabbage, French sea salt, fermented a minimum of 2 weeks).

University District Farmers Market is open every Saturday 9am - 2pm

West Seattle Farmers Market is open every Sunday 10am - 2pm

Broadway Farmers Market is open every Sunday 11am - 3pm (except Dec 29)

Winter bouquets    Rockridge Orchards wines

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