A picture is worth a thousand words, so take a look at all this selection of some of the beautiful, vibrant, tasty produce currently offered by MCM’s awesome vendors. Summer means that local farmers have quite the bounty of ripe, fresh fruit and vegetables including everything from squash blossoms to cantaloupe. Twin Girls Farm has organic Thompson seedless grapes that are incredibly sweet! Happy Boy Farms offer a bounty of deliciousness including Shishito Peppers, gorgeous heirloom tomatoes, and yellow watermelons. Blue House Farm had these lovely purple peppers last week. With such a vibrant colors and flavors, how could you go wrong? Come down to Barlett Street this Thursday to get your hands on some of your own!
Last week we told you that MCM’s our Executive Director Jeremy Shaw was nominated for 7×7 Magazine’s Hot 20 of 2012 list. Now we are proud to announce that thanks to the votes of amazing MCM supporters, Jeremy has made it to the Top 7 on this elite list! Now Jeremy wins this final round, he and MCM will be featured in 7×7 Magazine this fall!
We’d love it if you’d click here to cast your vote for Jeremy in this second and final round of the contest. Your vote will help us spread the word about MCM’s great community programs, including the Mercado Match food-stamp benefits program, the Chef’s Market Box and the Mercado Plaza!
This round of voting will conclude on Friday, August 17th, so hurry over to the voting page right away to show Jeremy and MCM some love!
It’s never too early to start meal planning, is it? We’re excited to have a new Chef’s Market Box available for sale now through our partnership with Good Eggs. This Chef’s Market Box offering is from Chef Brian Kimball of The Magic Curry Kart. The recipe is for Thai Green Curry with brown jasmine rice. You also have the option to include some sustainably-farmed shrimp to round out the meal. As always, the Chef’s Market Box will include a recipe and all the ingredients you need to whip up a tasty seasonal recipe. Place your order now and it will be ready for pickup or delivery on Thursday, August 16th!
This week we welcome the Onigilly food cart to Bartlett Street!
Onigilly sells onigiri, a staple of the modern Japanese diet. You might be surprised to learn that these bite-sized meals made of brown rice and gourmet fillings wrapped in seaweed are actually more common in Japan than sushi! In 2007, Koji, the founder of Onigilly, participated in the La Cocina food entrepeneur incubation program, and with their help he was able to start his business providing fresh, delicious food to San Francisco. Chef Adachi Hiroyuki prepares everything from scratch daily, using only the most delicious and healthy ingredients. These bite-sized morsels are perfect for a full meal or a snack, so plan to head down to MCM this week and grab a few!
7×7 Magazine just announced the nominees for their Hot 20 of 2012, and we are proud to announce that the Mission Community Market’s Executive Director Jeremy Shaw is listed among the top Bay Area movers and shakers on this elite list!
Click here to cast your vote for Jeremy by August 9th! The winner of the popular vote will be profiled in the October issue of 7×7 Magazine. That means that your vote will help us spread the word about MCM’s great community programs, including the Mercado Match food-stamp benefits program, the Chef’s Market Box and the Mercado Plaza!
Every fall, 7×7 publishes profiles of the Hot 20 and they have featured such local luminaries as Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Giants and Matt Cohen, owner and operator of Off the Grid.
The first round of voting will continue through August 9th (that’s coming up!) so hurry over to the voting page and show Jeremy and MCM some love!