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We’re in the process of updating our blog archive. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be adding our old blog posts to this site. Please let us know if you need anything from the old version of our website. In the meantime, please take a look at our latest updates.

Seasonal Spotlight: Potatoes!

By Chef Kelly Unger of The Rooster & The Carrot Cooking Studio farm to table cooking classes We have some things to clear up about potatoes! First of all, potatoes and sweet potatoes are not related. Potatoes are a tuber in the nightshade family, and related to...

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Chef’s Note: Peppers

by Chef Kelly Unger of The Rooster and The Carrot Cooking Studio When I think of peppers, the first cuisine that pops to mind is Spanish, especially Spanish Basque cuisine. The Basques grow a unique pepper called the Espelette, named for the town where it is...

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Celebrating Peppers!

by Alex Dadio, Market Manager an·gi·o·sperm /ˈanjēəˌspərm/ nounBOTANY plural noun: angiosperms a plant that has flowers and produces seeds enclosed within a carpel. The angiosperms are a large group and include herbaceous plants, shrubs, grasses, and most trees....

Do ALL Cows Harm Our Planet?

Article by BCFA Board members Lisa White and Susan Pierson Cow Farts! It has been all over the news that methane from cows is contributing to our changing climate. In industrial agriculture and confined animal operations, we agree that is true. Yet regenerative,...

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Botanical Bulletin: Peaches

by Alex Dadio, Doylestown Market Manager Growing up, I had childhood fantasies of joining James and his band of insect comrades on their magical journey aboard their flying peach in Roald Dahl’s children’s story James and The Giant Peach.  I could just...

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Seasonal Spotlight: Sweet Corn

By Chef Kelly Unger of The Rooster & The Carrot Cooking Studio farm to table cooking classes July means corn and the peaches that are just around the corner. I love corn! It is versatile and tasty. Once you’ve had your fill of corn on the cob - well,...

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