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Farmers Market

Cooking Out Of The Box – Week 1

May 9, 2009
CSA Produce Box, Week 1

The first CSA produce box of the season brings the challenge of ramps, sunchokes, asparagus, spinach, burdock, rhubarb, sorrel, parsnips, chives and black radishes!

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Madison and Dane County Area Farmers Markets 2009

April 27, 2009
Madison Area Farmers Markets

Farmers’ Market season has hit, and Cuisine Capers has your guide to the Madison and Dane County area Markets! There’s a market for everyone – find yours here!

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Madison Area Farmers Markets

April 17, 2008

Just a heads up - it’s that time of year again!  If you are in the Madison, Wisconsin area and you are starting to plan your Farmers Market season, http://CookingOutOfTheBox.com is here to help!  Check out the 2008 season listing here!

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Newly launched blog… and Madison Farmers’ Markets

May 3, 2007

I have been spending a lot of time working on my Cooking Out of the Box blog. It is a blog dedicated to the challenge involved in the participation in a Community Supported Agriculture program (CSA). Why is that taking a priority in my life? Because we get our first box this weekend! It’s been […]

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The Perfect Saturday

May 15, 2004

The morning started with an early call (pre-6:00 AM) from my partner in crime on Cuisine Capers. He had an itch to go to the Farmer’s Market on the Square. I was game, so I threw on some sweats and headed into the 45 degree clear morning. It was the perfect time to go to […]

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If it’s May, and it’s the first Farmer’s Market…

May 2, 2004
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… that must mean snow. Beautiful day for the market No refrigeration needed! Snow, everywhere Spring Flowers Springtime in Wisconsin requires that you have a sense of humor. Snow on May 2nd, just in time for the premier of the first ever Monona Farmer’s Market. Ah, well, it keeps out the riff-raff.

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