Our final Market was a great end to a great, long season! Customers enjoyed music by local band Bleecker Street Boys, and found all sorts of items, including cauliflower, cabbage, zinnias, chile and tomatoes. THANK YOU to our wonderful vendors, especially the 25 vendors that have been at the Market since we started in April, as well as all the fantastic community members that came to the Market! The Winter Market will begin on December 7th (11AM-1PM) and proceed through April with Markets on the first Sunday of every month. You’ll be able to find all sorts of winter crops, including spinach, lettuce, dried herbs and chile, jams, bread, and onions. We hope you can make it out! Check back for more details in the upcoming weeks!
What a great Market we had this Sunday! Although it’s cooling down and the crops are slowing down, we still had a great turnout at the Market this morning. We had tons of pumpkins at the Market….we see pumpkin pie and jack-o-lantern carving in your future!! Monday Catfish Blues was at the Market, and they were amazing as always. We hope you’ll come out to the Final Market of the season next Sunday, 9AM-12PM, and listen to music by Bleecker Street Boys. Stock up on everything for the upcoming month, our next Market won’t be until December 7th. You can purchase fresh veggies, cook them and freeze them until you need them later. There are also lots of preserves and jams at the Market, which will store in the pantry until use. Stock up!! We will see you next Sunday.
You know the frost is on its way when the Wednesday Market in Corrales closes up shop! As the season slows down, vendors have less to provide for customers. so, this week was our last Wednesday Market. But don’t worry – we’ll still be open on Sunday mornings, 9AM-12PM until the beginning of November. Then, we switch to our Winter Market schedule. All the end-of-the-season favorites were at the Market Wednesday afternoon – apples, chile, bread, mushrooms, onions, and tomatoes, to name a few. Thank you to everyone that came out to support the final Wednesday Market – we will see you Sunday! Come listen to Monday Catfish Blues and enjoy a breakfast burrito from Apple Tree Cafe.
Enjoying the crisp fall weather? It was a nice day at the Market this morning, and although the season is coming to end, vendors still have last-of-the-season goodies for you to stock up on before the freeze hits central New Mexico. Mushrooms, tomatoes, chile, flowers and apples were at the Market this morning, along with warm breakfast burritos and live music. As the end of the season comes closer, you may begin to see your favorites disappear from the Market as the weather gets cooler. Try adding different veggies to your dishes as the season changes; winter crops are beginning to come up, and you’ll see more greens, carrots and other root crops, as well as squash. This Wednesday will be our final mid-week Market of the season, we hope you can make it out…vendors will be there 3PM-6PM.
Have you ever added fresh mushrooms grown in Corrales to your pasta or casserole? Russell Trujillo at the Market is your source for this delectable goodie…it’s perfect to add a little ‘meat’ to a meal, and they soak up the flavor of whatever else is in the dish. Our Wednesday Market is filled with different items, and most of the vendors have something different for your to grab. Tomatoes, apples, honey, green and red chile, onions, mushrooms and bread can be found at the market on Wednesday, including other items. The days are getting cooler, and winter is on its way, so don’t miss out on the final Corrales Markets this season – the growing season will be over before you know it! Sunday, we will have music by Chava & Paid My Dues Blues Band, 9AM-12PM. Then, stop by the Old Church and enjoy the Corrales Historical Society’s 40th Anniversary party! More info can be found on their Facebook Page. See you Sunday!
We had a great Market this Sunday – although the weather is beginning to cool down in the mornings, the season isn’t over yet! We had loads of tomatoes, apples, bread, flowers, chile, and corn. It’s prime season to get farm-fresh food for whatever you’re making these days – soups, pies, BBQ….our vendors are varied, so you can find something different at just about every stand. The Wednesday Market is still going strong, and it’s a great way to beat the crowds and get what you need more quickly than you would on Sunday. Our Wednesday vendors will be here, 3PM-6PM, with all your favorites. Take advantage of this awesome resource…the season will soon be over and you’ll be missing the delicious tomatoes and corn! See you at the Market!