Our lovely and handsome volunteer, Ronald Loosen, shared this tasty recipe of his with us. Stop by the info booth to let him know how your version turned out! Recipe below, check it out!
- 2 cups quinoa
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We often think that the Winter months bring us a lack of variety in the kitchen. How do we make our meals fun and interesting and into something delectable we want to eat? The answer is simple. Vegetables.
California's bounty Read more
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
by Anna of Three Babes Bakeshop
For the pumpkin puree:
1 small sugar pumpkin, or other culinary pumpkin from Blue House Farm
Heat the oven to 350ºF. Remove the stem from the pumpkin, cut in half, and scrape out Read more
It's hard to believe it's already September and Fall is upon us! While we may notice season changes a little less here in temperate San Francisco, the agricultural world lives by the seasons and there's no denying that we Read more
Then Hop skip and jump down to Sunday Streets this Sunday, May 6th 11-4pm.
Walk bike skate roll and love your Mission. Stop by the MCM table for coffee and cake treats from Boogaloos. Thanks Boogaloos! All proceeds go to health and nutrition counseling with Urban Sprouts and CARECEN.
MCM Staff hit hard with colds and flus! Sorry we’re gonna miss you Sunday.
As spring teased us with open skies and misty tufts of fog yesterday, a clear vision of Spring (and..wait for it… Summer) shone through on Bartlett Street. Baby carrots – awesome, tasty, orange – flew off the Happy Boy Farms table, just as delectably tangy raspberries made their first showing from Yerena Farms. And did someone say peaches?! Boom! The first crop from Twin Girls Farm is here! Don’t forget the Basil Menagerie by Lee Farms – brand new to MCM with cucumbers, mint, and FOUR types of basil from the Central Valley. Who knows what’s in store for next week…
Check out the cute baby carrots! Thanks Happy Boy
And nothing like a little visit from the kinder. Nice to see Karen Solomon out with Urban Sprouts‘ Audrey Roderick, showing some good green time to youth from Buena Vista school, just down the block. Thanks you guys!
…and how 'bout these baby carrots?
See you at Sunday Streets at Valencia and 22nd this Sunday, May 6th, 11-4! Thank you to Boogaloos for donating coffee and cake to the cause. All proceeds go to health education + play with Urban Sprouts and CARECEN.
We may be a few days early, but come stocked with feast-worthy fare for your weekend celebration. Snag some fish from Coastside for tacos, and citrus or strawberries to serve a twist with your classic margarita.
ZIA will also showcase hand-made apparel in celebration of the holiday, displaying their dedication to “producing original artwork honoring indigenous mexican roots.”
This year brings the 8th annual party in Dolores Park celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Puebla. 10am-6pm. Check out SF Cinco de Mayo for more info.
A little history, a little truth: This Saturday is Cinco de Mayo, an international celebration of Mexican heritage and pride. America celebrates Cinco de Mayo nationally, according to Wiki. It is celebrated regionally in Mexico, “in the mexican state of Puebla to commemorate the Mexican army‘s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, under the leadership of General Ignacio Zaragoza Seguín.”
This week L&J Farms come to Bartlett Street. They specialize in organic asparagus, garlic, green onions and lettuce.
Did you know asparagus can grow up to 6 inches in one day? Must be all that vitamin C, thiamin, and potassium.
In the spirit of the movement, we’d like to introduce
Local Artist & Printmaker Michael Roman
According to his site, “Michael Roman is an activist. He rails against the injustices of the world in his work, yet his work walks between the lines of reality and unreality and connects the dots of consequences.”
See more of Roman’s art here. He will have his handmade stencils and screenprints for sale at the market this week.
“Born and raised in Los Angeles, Roman moved to New York in the mid-70s, and began making handmade stencils and screen prints. Roman’s colorful, traditional images merge Mexican style with Warhol techniques to adorn wood, canvas, metal, and fabric. He has created work for Carlos Santana, Madonna, and Keith Richards. He lives in San Francisco but keeps a heart and foot in Oaxaca, where he travels each year to celebrate the Day of the Dead at his gallery, La Mano Magica.”