Recipe of the Week
1 large yellow onion, halved and thinly sliced
1/2 teaspoon crushed red chile flakes, or to taste
3 cloves garlic, chopped
2 (3/4-pound) bunches collard greens, thick stems removed, leaves sliced 2 inches wide and rinsed
1/3 cup red wine vinegar
1 tablespoon smoked paprika
1/8 teaspoon fine sea salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
Heat a large high-sided skillet over medium-high heat. When the pan is very hot, add onion and stir constantly for 2 minutes.
Add 2 tablespoons water, chile flakes and garlic; cook for 3 minutes, stirring often.
When onion is starting to turn translucent, slowly add greens with water still clinging to the leaves, stirring often until wilted, about 5 minutes.
Add vinegar, paprika, salt, pepper and 2 cups water. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to a simmer.
Cook uncovered until the pan is nearly dry and collard greens are very tender, 40 to 45 minutes.
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program and select the Greenbelt Farmers Market as your designated charity. Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchases
to the Market.
Sundays | 10:00a to 2:00p
Chef Demo with Simple Vegan
GFM is excited to welcome back Nikevia Thomas of
for another chef demo this week, taking place at
11a and 12:30p during this Sunday's market. The recipes will be
Autumn Leaves and Rice Salad with Pomegranate Molasses Dressing and Apple & Pear Nachos. Be sure to stop by, learn a new recipe, taste the samples - and then buy ingredients from our vendors and make 'em at home!
And the Winner is...
Congratulations to Mara Hemminger, our big 10-Year Anniversary raffle winner, pictured below with our one and only Market Master, Nancy!
Thanks again to the Roosevelt Center Merchants Association for the donations to help us celebrate, and thanks to Mara and all our customers for helping us get to 10!
Greenbelt Composting Survey
The Zero Waste Circle's Organics Task Force has developed a quick 5-question survey for Greenbelt residents. They
want to know if you
would be interested in a program to collect food scraps
, which would divert them from the landfill. If there is enough interest, the task force
work with the city to explore establishing a pilot program.
GFM Stands With Puerto Rico
In response to devastating storm damage, GFM encourages our patrons to
check out this list of charities
from Charity Navigator and sup
port recovery efforts.
The Rotary Club will have a table, stop by and say hi!
Vendor Updates and Produce Availability
Mark the beginning of Autumn by ordering your Thanksgiving turkey from Ferguson Farm! You can
at their website and pick it up at the market the Sunday before T-Day.
I Confect has a new delicious product to try - sweet and savory popcorn mixes. Pick whichever fits your fancy - or both if you're feeling indecisive!
If you or someone you know has a Maryland Independence Card, come to the information table to purchase tokens to spend at the market! We will also include a match of up to $5 dollars for SNAP benefits spent at the market.
That's it from us - see you Sunday!!
Our Producer-Only Vendors
The Baked Apple
Apple cakes great for for any occasion from a family holiday dinner to a quiet moment with coffee and the morning news
Second and fourth Sundays
Hand crafted granola for the discerning granola lover. Made with all natural and organic ingredients with exciting flavors and tasty nut-free options.
Elk Run Winery and Vineyards
Elk Run Winery and Vineyards, nestled in the rolling hills north of Mount Airy, has been growing vinifera grapes and producing wine since the 1980s, making it one of Maryland's oldest operating wineries. Taking over 600 international, national, and regional awards has made Elk Run not only one of the top wineries on the East Coast, but the most acclaimed winery in Maryland.
All natural, pastured farm fresh eggs, chicken, turkey, duck, Berkshire pork, and 100% grass-fed beef. If you are interested in a fresh chicken, please contact Lynne at
A variety of fruit, vegetables, cut flowers, and beautifully arranged bouquets.
Hickory-smoked Carolina-style barbecue and down-home sides. Baltimore's best!
Heavenly Created Desserts
Specialty cupcakes, pies, cobblers, and tea breads.
First and third Sundays.
Uniquely flavored nuts, nut butters and trail mix.
Jack Creek Plants
Jack Creek Plants is located in beautiful southern Anne Arundel County and has been growing plants for market since the mid 1990's. They strive to produce vigorous, healthy plants for your home garden: annual flowers, herbs, vegetable plants and perennials - including many native plants. All plants are grown in an earth-friendly manner to optimize growth and minimize inputs. Cut herbs and flowers are also offered when available.
Second and fourth Sundays
King Mushroom Farms
Fresh, local, gourmet mushrooms grown in a controlled environment without use of chemicals or pesticides. First, third and fifth Sundays.
A delicious variety of jams, jellies and, fruit butters. Second and fourth Sundays
Mystic Water Soap
Handcrafted soaps, lip balms, shampoos, and other natural body care products.
No. 1 Sons
No. 1 Sons makes fermented foods that draw from all over the world - pickles, kimchi, kraut, and more!
Pat Hochmuth Farm
A variety of veggies, fruits, and specialty gourds from eastern Maryland.
Certified Organic vegetables, herbs, and garden plants, specializing in heirloom tomatoes.
A wide variety of veggies, fruits, and potted herbs from Virginia's Northern Neck.
Family owned winery in southern Prince George's County producing small lots of handcrafted wine from their own grapes and and those of carefully selected custom growers.
Roy and RT's Kitchen Garden
Specialty Indonesian food featuring vegetables from Roy and RT Caspari's own farm and other locally produced food.
A variety of veggies, hydroponic lettuces, fruits, herbs, hanging baskets, eggs, and honey. Be sure to visit their farm for pick-your-own strawberries and pumpkins!
Fantastic homemade ice creams, Italian ices, sherbets, and sorbets using cream from Shenandoah Farms. Often features flavors using fruits from our market vendors!
European-style breads, baguettes, rolls, croissants, tartlets, focaccia, scones, cookies, and other baked goods. Yummy empanadas, too!
El Taco Loco & Crepes [El Piquin]
Unforgettably delectable sweet and savory crepes, Mexican specialties, and freshly squeezed lemonade.
A wide variety of fruits, veggies, jellies, juices, ciders, jams, dried fruits, canned peaches, fruit butters, and apple sauce.
Tasha's Cookies and Treats
Brownies, cakes, muffins, and mini pies, along with delicious cake-like cookies.
Second and fourth Sundays
Check out their terrific selection of sustainably-harvested seafood, including wild-caught salmon. They have delicious local eggs, too!
Woodland Harvest Farm
Family farm in Delaware growing a range of veggies. Pesticide-free and grown without chemical fertilizers.
Locally roasted single-estate farm coffee; many of which are either certified organic, fair trade, or Rainforest Alliance. Get it hot or iced, or buy the beans to brew yourself! Cold brew coffee and tea available, too.