Why Eat Daikons? Daikon is a winter radish variety resembling a large white carrot. Their flavor is described as mild compared to other radish varieties – crisp, slightly sweet and spicy.
Amedee Frederick is in the “house” and this Saturday his jaunty tunes will be spilling from the gazebo and saturating the market with song. Time to get your veggie pancake from Meme ‘cause they truly are delicious.
Glad tidings of great joy, friends! Are you all ready for the big day? Presents all (or mostly) purchased or made? Are they all wrapped, or is waiting until Christmas Eve to wrap a family tradition?
Here at Violeta’s Floral & Plant Shop we have lots of artisan designed gifts available! Our preserved wreaths are a beautiful gift that will last forever. We also carry an assortment of houseplants and planters for that green thumb in your life!
Here comes Saturday. Here comes Saturday Right down “Farmers’ Market Lane.” We’re gonna bring you lot-sa goodness starting from the gazebo. Okay so that really doesn’t rhyme but with Chris Talley and the Three Rivers Cooperative dashing out tunes, it will still be a merry day!
This is a quick and easy recipe, and a tasty way to get the amazing health benefits of fresh mustard greens! You can find mustards and other great greens in abundance at the Covington Farmers’ Market!
All around the nation, artists of all genres, arts organizations and cultural economy businesses are planning celebrations of the arts and the professionals whose talents create the rich cultural fabric of our state.
The Covington Art Market returns to Lee Lane this Saturday December 5th from 10 am – 2 pm. Stroll through and find a variety of hand-made arts including pottery, jewelry, metal sculpture, stained glass, mixed media, hand-made garments, wood carvings, photography, and more.
Our goal with Covington Weekly is to promote the local goods and services we have available to us in this area. We believe that a strong sustainable infrastructure is built on a community that supports itself through supporting its businesses, producers and farms.
We’ll be having another fabulous day on Saturday, so why not join us and make sure you get all your holiday orders in! It’ll be a great morning with the Jayna Morgan Holiday Jazz Duo swirling out jazzy melodies from the gazebo.
Bring on the fall veggies! Autumn harvests are full of warming foods, well-paired with rich spices like ginger, turmeric and cumin. Sweet potato is a favorite for a reason – its versatile flavor and texture can go sweet or savory and adds something special to almost any dish.
Here we are, precious friends, tippy toeing into November! I’m looking forward to a Happy Wednesday for you gorgeous blue skies, Farmers’ Market musicians sharing lively music so you can sit and enjoy the great food under the pavilion.
Pineapple and pork just go together. This pineapple pepper jelly from Althee’s Jellies & Jams is the ultimate marinade for grass-fed pork chops from Jubilee Farms. Sweet, tangy and spicy, this recipe will make you want seconds.