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This week, we are excited to work with the best Alaskan wild-caught sockeye salmon available in Tennessee from the premier supplier and fisherman Captain Tony of Wild Alaska Salmon and Seafood, a two-year sponsor of the Franklin Farmers Market.
Summer is in full swing at the Franklin Farmers Market! Summer squashes, tomatoes and eggplants are everywhere, so now is the perfect time to try a new recipe that South Fork created for our market tasting last Saturday.
This week’s recipe is featuring two of the summer’s top offerings, watermelon and tomatoes, as well as local goat cheese from Noble Springs Dairy.
At Franklin Farmers Market, it’s honestly hard to choose what to grill first. This week’s recipe features a beautiful 100% grass-feed, bone-in ribeye from River Cottage Farm, a.k.a. The Tomahawk.
South Fork had a great time cooking this past weekend at the Franklin Farmers Market. We broke out the grill and grilled a wonderful collection of meats from River Cottage Farm, The Fly Farm and Tavalin Tails Farm. Additionally, we had loads of fresh produce from Evans Produce, Paradise Prod…
I always love grilling at the Franklin Farmers Market during the Summer Chef Demos. It gives me a chance to share the best of our local meat producers with the Market customers and to talk about the quality standards of each farm.
Recently, South Fork Catering Co. was grilling at the Franklin Farmers Market, and we featured different cuts of meat from four different producers: Bear Creek Farm, Tavalin Tails, Fly Family Farm and Peaceful Pastures.
I always love grilling at the Franklin Farmers Market during the Summer Chef Demos. It gives me a chance to share the best of our local meat producers with the market customers and to talk about the quality standards of each farm.
One of my favorite summer vegetables are cucumbers, and they are so simple to transform into a delicious salad that serves well as a quick lunch or a great side dish for anything off the grill.
As blackberries arrive from our local farmers, I remember one summer when I was a kid, my cousin Tony and I wandered down the road from my aunt’s house to pick wild blackberries that grew along a little creek.
This week, the Franklin Farmer’s Market is full of the freshest spring vegetables! I saw carrots, English peas, tons of kale of all varieties, new onions both white and red, little potatoes, new garlic – so many delicious vegetables!
Spring is in the air and the Franklin Farmers Market is full of kale(s)! Try this quick, one skillet dish for breakfast, lunch or dinner as it’s a great way to utilize a lot of different local products, many of which are available year-round, like bacon, eggs and cream.