TFM Winter Market
in historic Whittier Square (Admiral & S. Lewis Ave.)
Saturday, Feb. 1st 2019
Winter Market is Back in Time for the Super Bowl!
Swing on by Saturday to stock up on some local snacks for your Super Bowl watch party! Chef Teri will have some fixings for you and you're sure to find some brats, wings, and a whole lot more. Of course, we will have the usual staples as well. Come see us 8:30-12pm!
This Week at the Market:
Abundant Microgreens - Fresh microgreens full of flavor & nutrition!
Blakley Family Farms/Creeksaide Plants & Produce - Responsibly raised pork, beef and eggs
Bohemia: Moveable Feast - Fresh fixings from Chef Teri Fermo
Greenwood Farms - Lots of eggs and all of our all natural pastured meats. Beef, Pork, Lamb, Chicken and Rabbit. Looking forward to seeing everyone Saturday.
Full Sun Composting - Collections only this week
JL Concepts - Handcrafted woodwork made with local wood
Knight Creek Farm - Fresh Pecans!
LOMAH - Farm fresh cows' milk and cheese made from happy cows!
McClain's - Fresh veggies & flowers from Bixby, OK
Prairie Creek Farms - Pastured pork, chicken and eggs
Redbird Ranch Fare - Grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured pork and our pastured produced eggs in a variety of size. Also have fresh onion pies, both regular and gluten free and our gluten free egg pasta. Don’t forget about our gluten free flavored pecans: candied, sugar free, herb, sweet and hot, hot pepper and Cajun spiced
Roark Acres - Local honey and bee products
T's Kitchen Door - Freshly baked breads, muffins, cookies and more
Thao Farms - Seasonal produce from Leech, OK
The Spice Market - Locally blended spices, rubs, salts and sugars
Tria Yang Farms - Fresh seasonal produce from Vinita, OK
Wagon Creek Creamery - Grass fed dairy (butter, cheese), grass fed beef, granola, granola bars, sand plum jelly, eggs
This Week's Local & In-Season Recipe
Super Bowl Beer Brats
Brats are good, local brats are way better! This recipe is easy and a crowd pleaser. You can easily dress it up with some local microgreens or cheese curds. The only limit is you own imagination!
- 2 teaspoons olive oil (or butter, divided)
- 6 bratwurst
- 1 large sweet onion (sliced into 1/4-inch rings)
- 6 ounces beer
- In a large Dutch oven, heat 1 teaspoon of olive oil or butter.
- Brown the bratwurst until they're a deep golden brown. Do not puncture the sausages or they will become dry. Remove to a platter.
- To the drippings, add the remaining teaspoon of olive oil or butter and the sweet onion rings. Toss the onions to coat them with the oil.
- Cook, stirring often until onions are limp and golden, but not brown.
- Return the bratwurst to the onions and add the beer.
- Cook over medium heat, turning midway through until the beer has cooked down to a syrup - about 12 to 15 minutes.
- Bratwurst may be served on buns with the onions or as an entrée. Enjoy!
Recipe courtesy of The Spruce Eats, view site here.
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Our Mission: Advance a thriving community in the greater Tulsa area by continuing and fostering relationships between the local farmers and consumers; promoting health, and wellbeing through community outreach; facilitating access to nutritious, local foods and, encouraging earth friendly lifestyle and business practices.
Vision: We directly connect the growers with the consumers and strengthen the local economy as Oklahoma’s premier farmers’ market.
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