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Looking for a unique holiday gift? We’ve got you covered!

 Sample Holiday Basket

Sample Holiday Basket

It’s November 2nd and we all know what that means…time to start thinking about those holiday gifts! This year we are selling Holiday Baskets. Each basket contains a handpicked selection of locally made craft-foods. These are a great choice for anyone looking for a gift for a colleague, teacher or friend!

Feel good about the gifts you give this year and support a cause you already know you can stand behind! Baskets must be ordered before November 22, 2018. Baskets will be ready for pick up at the Global Growers booth at the Decatur's Farmers Market on December 5th from 4-7 pm.

$25/basket


Thank You For Joining Us for our Farm Fall Celebration!

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Thanks to everyone who came out to Bamboo Creek Farm for out Fall Farm Celebration!

It was a lovely afternoon of s’more making by campfire while sipping warm beverages. Thank you to Mercier Orchards for providing us with some delicious cider!

Todd gave a very informative farm tour where we were able to get a look at the new caterpillar tunnels that will be used for growing produce this winter.

It was great to spend some time hanging with all of you!

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Even if you can’t make our preserving class on Monday, November 5th, you can still take home Preserving Now Apple Butter. Made from Mercier Orchard apples grown right here in Georgia. Perfect for the season!


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Storage Tip: Radishes

If you want to keep your radishes fresh in the fridge for up to two weeks here’s what you need to do: when you bring your radishes home, first remove the stems. Give your radishes a good wash and trim their tops and bottoms off—this helps them stay dry in your fridge. Keep the newly washed radishes stored in the refrigerator in an airtight bag or jar in your fridge layered between lightly damp paper towels. Voila! Fresh radishes for days and days!


 Recipe from marthastewart.com

Recipe from marthastewart.com

If you’re struggling with ways to get through all your produce this week, or just love salads, look no further! This delicious side calls for beans, peppers and arugula.

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