Pacific Coast Farmers' Market

Show your farmers' market some love this February! Stop by for the freshest produce in the city and pick up everything you need to treat yourself to a delicious farm fresh meal! Esther Miner, Market Manager
Divisadero Farmers' Market
Sunday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

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Safety first! Thank you to Manny and Scott from @amr_ambulance Contra Costa County for the refresher course on how to support someone with a health emergency! 🚨 #pcfma #safety #farmersmarkets #community #thankyou #norcal #friendsfarmersfamily
WE πŸ’š BEANS! @iacopifarms beans are a #farmily favorite and locally grown in Half Moon Bay. You can find @iacopifarms year-round on Saturdays at our Pleasanton and College of San Mateo farmers markets.
This simple recipe let’s the flavor of the beans shine through πŸ˜‹ #sogood

1 bag Iacopi Farms Italian butter beans
1 6-ounce can medium black olives, drained and sliced in half
4 stalks celery, chopped
1/3 small red onion, diced
Olive oil
Salt and pepper

To prepare beans:
Rinse butter beans under cold running water to remove surface dirt or dust.  Cover the beans in enough cold water so that when they rehydrate there is enough water for them to remain submerged. Soak overnight. Drain.

Place beans in a pot filled with cold water so that beans are covered by at least 3 inches. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to medium or medium-low so that beans continue a gentle boil. Cook about 50-60 minutes, tasting for desired tenderness. Drain and rinse with cold water. Let beans cool to room temperature.

To prepare the salad:
Place cooked beans, olives, celery, red onion, salt and pepper into a bowl. Drizzle with olive oil, adding enough oil so that all ingredients are lightly flavored. Add more or less olive oil depending on taste. 
This dish is best served at room temperature.

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The Cara Cara 😍🍊Tastes as good as it looks! What’s your favorite type of citrus? #pcfma #citrus #eatinseason #norcal #caracara #caracaraoranges #sweet #farmersmarket #farmersmarketfinds
@pcfma is at at #ecofarm2019 😁 Board members Guy Allard, Shelly McMahon, Vidal Navarro and Director of Direct Marketing Ben Palazzolo are way too serious for this event πŸ˜‰ #pcfma
Hot, sweet California almonds! Little bit of honey 🍯 , little bit of salt πŸ§‚#sweetandsalty #pcfma #farmersmarket #californiaalmonds #yum #norcal
TGIF πŸ™ŒπŸ½ What are you doing this weekend to charge your batteries and clear your mind? πŸ§˜πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ”‹πŸ™? We’re going to the farmers market! ☺️ #pcfma #tgif #friday #friyay #norcal #farmersmarket #fresh
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Nothing brought the feeling of home to Top Chef like the opportunity to plant, care for, and harvest our own gardens. Possessing and building the knowledge to cultivate your own food as a Chef gives you a great understanding of not only the work that goes into producing the amazing products we use on a daily basis, but helps you to build an understanding of the importance of sustainability in our industry and the world around us. As a chef I strive to be in an environment where I can take part in the production, utilization, protection, and most importantly the sustainability of the environment we live in. As a community we need to support local farms and farmers markets and do everything in our power to eliminate food waste, bringing the food we eat closer to home. We need to work harder everyday to eliminate pollution around our communities and promote sustainability to make our world a better place for future generations to thrive!
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Mikaela's New Year's Resolution: be more healthy. Mikaela knows shopping at her local farmers' market for fresh, fruits and vegetables is key to her success. Be like Mikaela, find your farmers' market at (link in bio)
#wegrowwhatwesell #mycaliforniamarket #newyearsresolution2019 #newyearsresolution #healthyfood #healthyeating #happymind #wellbeing #wellness #ilovemyfarmersmarket #nofarmernofood #IBuyMyFoodInTents #thisisfresh #freshfood

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