Myself as well as many other local chefs shop there weekly for products to feature on our menus." —Chef Hari Cameron, a(MUSE.), Rehoboth Beach, DE Don’t miss: Bennett Orchards' peaches and blueberries WEST PALM BEACH GREENMARKET, WEST PALM BEACH “The views are beautiful [at the West Palm Beach Green Market], and variety ranges from upscale meats and cheese to messy Cuban food and home-grown vegetables.
And they allow dogs.” —Chef Michelle Bernstein, Michy’s, Miami, FL Don’t miss: Cuban food If you're searching for a meal inspired by the Cuban food at the Greenmarket, look no further than this hearty dinner.
With more than 8,000 farmers’ markets nationwide and counting, it’s clear we love them, and everyone is raving about them.
Here’s what top foodies around the country are saying about their favorites.
UPTOWN FARMERS MARKET, PHOENIX “[Uptown Farmers Market] is a new market that just started [in 2014].
You can get organic and locally grown anything at the Boulder Farmers' Market, from fresh produce to spectacular flowers, awesome cheese, and great Colorado lamb.” —Chef Jennifer Jasinski, Rioja, Denver, CO Don’t miss: Colorado lamb Use your Colorado lamb from the market tonight in this summertime skewer that's perfect for backyard entertaining—no utensils required. Don't skip the fresh mint; it complements the lamb's succulent, meaty flavor.
Since you blend up a whole orange, peel and all, pick up an orange at the market—Florida oranges have thinner skins than the thick-peeled fruits from California.
FREEDOM FARMERS' MARKET, ATLANTA "This market represents the best of the best of the farmers in Georgia, and it's a good reflection of where we’re at with food in this state.
I bike from my house for sweet golden carrots, gigantic cabbage, zucchini, and everything else, from wild blueberry jam to reindeer hot dogs.
And I love the array of potatoes with their funky names, including Magic Molly and Denali.” —Kim Sunée, author of Squash blossoms can only be found between late spring and early fall, making them a necessary item to grab at the South Anchorage Farmers' Market.