There’s another cozy Indoor Market this Saturday, details are below, and please note the addition of a fifth market on March 1, at Tre Piani Restaurant on Rockingham Row at Forrestal Village. (The others are all at the Johnson Education Center.)
January 10, 10:00am-2:00pm
D&R Greenway Land Trust’s Johnson Education Center (drgeenway.org)
One Preservation Place, Off Rosedale Rd, Princeton
Other dates February 14, March 1 (Tre Piani), March 14
Join us for a wide array of locally grown and produced foods including cheese, wine, mushrooms, grass-fed meats, pastured eggs, breads and baked goods, jams, sauces, honey, hard to find local winter produce and much more. Live music. Join us for this popular event as we connect local farmers, food artisans and clean, fair and good food fans.
$3 suggested donation to benefit the Central New Jersey chapter of Slow Food. Parking is free.
Slow Food USA is working to change the food system through a network of volunteer chapters all over the country. The Central Jersey chapter holds education and awareness events such as potlucks, off-season farmers markets, trainings and workshops. These farmers markets spread awareness and allow folks to enjoy locally grown and healthful foods while helping to support local farms and food artisans throughout the winter months.
Visit http://www.slowfoodcentralnj.org or westwindsorfarmersmarket.org for a full list of farms and vendors or call 609-933-4452 for more information.
Faith, thank you so much for doing this. These four Indoor Winter Farm Markets, held in D&R Greenway’s venerable restored barn, celebrate the local and sustainable at highest levels, as well as being aesthetically and gastronomically splendid. Thanks for all you have always done for the farmers of our Garden State and their spectacular products.
As always, thank you so much for the press!!