We’ll happily eat our vegetables, if they’re prepared with the kind of inventiveness that we see from chefs Jason Hook and Kevin O’Kane at H2O Kitchen.
Are you curious about what the deal with this whole “local food” thing is? Wonder why someone would want to shop at a farmers’ market instead of the regular food store? This should answer some of your questions. Still have questions after you read it? Please leave them in the comments section. We can try to sort this all out together. It’s worth it. 🙂
There’s something for everyone year round, from farm fresh, cage-free brown eggs to salad mixes, fruit and holiday wreaths.
Four months ago, there was nothing but a rich patch of black dirt in our backyard. Since then, we have dug, weeded, watered and fertilized our way to lots of hyper-locally grown produce.
Open 3 days, year-round and has been going strong for almost 100 years… it’s the Allentown Farmers’ Market!