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Check out Karen Leibowitz’s awesome article on almonds and conversation with Phil @ the Mission Community Market:
Get your almonds, veggies and gifts all on this sunny 1st of December!
Final 2011 MCM is here!
Or find your own unique combination of gifts from the vendors below:
Emmy’s Pickles and Jams – http://emmyspicklesandjams.com/
The perfectly delectable gift, savory, sweet or both! MCM fruit jammed and veggies pickled by Emmy and Jonah!
Envie Naturals – http://www.envienaturals.com/
Natural beauty products, including lotions, body oils, sprays and bath salts for all skin types
Georgie Girl Designs– http://georgiegirldesign.com
Independent designer Georgia Dwyer brings her entire set up of jewelry – metal, leather earrings, glass, stone and beads – as well as woven winter wear – scarves, gloves and hats!
Mystic World Press – http://
Rubber Ducky Soap Co. – www.rubberduckysoap.com
Organic soaps, limp balms, mists and body oils from locally-sourced, natural ingredients.
Smokin Pottery– http://
Downright amazing locally-made pottery by Jeff May. Great vases for flowers, perfect accompaniment to salts and spices at MCM, great bowls for fruit and more!
One-of-a-kind hand-made ceramic whistles! Super fun designs! Great for a variety of whistling needs.
Zia Designs– http://ziadesigns.net/
Artist-owned designer company honoring latino and indigenous designs on T-shirts, hoodies and tanks. Hand-printed in SF. Designs are the bomb!
You may have tried kale sauteed as a side, blended into pesto, or massaged into salad. A new and delicious way to consume this nutritious green is as chips! Yes, magically this green turns into a crispy-crunchy healthy craving with just a little seasoning and a few minutes in the oven. Caution: you may want to eat these everyday. Try making them with all the kale varieties sold at Mission Community Market. Only three weeks left in this season!
1 bunch kale
olive oil to lightly coat kale
Sea salt, to taste
Preheat oven to 300°F. Rinse and dry the kale, then remove the stems and tough center ribs. Cut into large pieces, toss with olive oil in a bowl then sprinkle with salt. Arrange leaves in a single layer on a large baking sheet. Bake for 20 minutes, or until crisp. **Watch them carefully in the last few minutes, as they turn from delicious to too dark brown in the blink of an eye!**
(Recipe adapted from Smitten Kitchen)
Just in time for the holidays…introducing our Winter-season gift boxes! Each box is loaded with treats from vendors at the market. This box features fragrant soap from Rubber Ducky Soap Co, delectable chocolate from Dandelion, organic pickles or jam from Emmy’s Pickles and Jams, baked treats from Arizmendi Bakery, and colorful paper flowers from Casa Bonampak. All of this can be yours for $30! Boxes will be available to purchase at the holiday markets December 1, 8 and 15th.
Or pre-order right now at firstname.lastname@example.org
You too can look this good with boxes.