I know what you’re thinking… you’re tired of waiting for stonefruit to come into season and you’re ready to bid farewell to citrus and apples. But don’t say goodbye just yet, especially when these April showers leave you craving some comfort food! Send apples off in style with this delicious Apple Crisp with walnuts and Creme Fraiche! You’ll need:
Where do you live? 29th and Dolores
How often do you come to the MCM? Every week!
What are you buying? I’m buying all my ingredients for a big Passover seder dinner I’m hosting for 25 guests this weekend. I’ve got asparagus from Zuckerman’s Farm, fennel, beets, and cauliflower from Blue House, and mushrooms from Far West Fungi.
What’s the best kept secret at MCM, or something you would like people to know about? If you believe in supporting community markets, this is one of the best examples possible.
Spring has sprung! What better way to celebrate than a delightful seasonal frittata that you can eat for breakfast, lunch, or dinner? This dish is great for Easter brunches as well as kosher for Passover if you or your friends observe these holidays. But, no matter who you are or when you make it, you can enjoy this simple recipe! Read more
Meet Ane and Luke, who are newcomers to the area, but are excited to have the MCM in their backyard!
Where do you live? In the Mission, we moved here about a month ago.
How often do you come to the MCM? We have tried to come to the market every week since we’ve been here. I [Ane] get excited about Thursdays!
What’s your favorite part of the market? It depends! I think it’s exciting to be able to get something to eat here, like a 4505 Meats burger, there’s something to crave. But, everything here is special in it’s own way, so I can’t just choose one!
What’s the best-kept secret at MCM, or something you would like people to know about? We want people to know about it! When Luke walked past and realized that the market was here, we both came back the same day to shop. People should come check it out because it’s good…. and try everything! Every week, we pick something different and get it. This week, we’re going to eat the apples and cheese together.
We are pleased to highlight Terra Savia, one of our newest vendors at the market. Terra Savia is located in Hopland, CA, in the hills of Mendocino and Sonoma Counties. Currently, they are bringing their incredible extra virgin olive oil to MCM, as well as some olive oil-based beauty products, including soap, moisturizing cream, and hand salve (of which MCM’s Market Manager Emily is a huge fan!) Soon, they will be selling their wine at the market, so look out for Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Petit Verdot, and more.
Owner Jim Milone is a fourth generation Hopland winegrower, with over 30 years of experience on the land. His great-grandfather emigrated from Italy as a young man and operated the area’s first winery until the Prohibition Era, and the family has been there ever since. In addition to Terra Savia’s commitment to organic, sustainable practices to create their wine, olive oil and honey, they are also focused on stewardship of their land. For every acre of orchard that is planted for production, 1oo acres of open land is protected. As a result, the property is home to over 100o species of plants and animals. When you buy products from Terra Savia, your money is supporting both the local economy, as well as conservation and wildlife protection!
Come on down to MCM this week to taste some of their delicious olive oil varieties!