Farmers’ markets around the country sell an incredible variety of goods, from wild (mushrooms, ramps, and fiddleheads) to domestic (eggs, elk, and blueberries) to handmade (preserves, bread, and cheese). This recipe collection features a selection of recipes not by dish but by category, since that’s how we shop at the farmers’ market: a flat of berries here, a bundle of asparagus there. Each category (fruit, vegetables) features recipes arranged in alphabetical order by chief ingredient.
Don’t know where your nearest farmers’ market is? Curious about what’s in season locally? Search our farmers' market resource pages.
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