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New Flavor for Dad’s Granola!

Pumpkin and Sunflower Seeds are the shining stars in the newly flavored granola from Dad’s.

Dad’s granola is a nutritious breakfast, a delicious snack and a versatile nut based topping for desserts and other foods.

Dad’s is available in a few other delicious flavors: Almond or Pecan and with or without agave nectar. Loaded with organic, toasted rolled oats, pecans or almonds, cashews, lightly sweetened with maple syrup and agave nectar and finished with a hint of coconut oil – it’s a bowl of pure deliciousness.

Most varieties come in a super crunchy texture, are low glycemic index, and not too sweet. Certified gluten-free oats are also available.

To learn more about Dad’s Premium Granola or to Order Visit HERE.

By |August 31st, 2015|At the Market, Featured Vendors|Comments Off

Vendor Highlights: Kuxtal Coffee

Guatemalan grown, Texas roasted.
The Kuxtal coffee beans are all processed at the farm in Guatemala using natural spring water as a wet wash, then sun dried. After proper drying has been completed its then shipped directly to Kuxtal Coffee and Tea for roasting. The Kuxtal facility is located in the picturesque Hill Country and lakeside community of Lago Vista Texas. The beans are then roasted on a 1913 Royal #5 Coffee Roaster or as some might refer to as a piece of history, art and functionality all rolled into one.
Co-founders, Scott and Regina Bogart, have been roasting coffee as a hobby for the past 20 plus years. While living in Guatemala, prior to their relocating to Texas in 2001, the couple always looked forward to receiving fresh green beans from the local farms so they could roast their own fresh batches. Available in whole bean, ground or just a cup at the market.
Watch this great video to learn more about their flavorful beans and what makes them so special:

For more information about Kuxtal Coffee visit the HERE or stop by and see them at the market!

By |May 11th, 2015|Featured Vendors|Comments Off

Vendor Highlights: The Maple Syrup Lady ~ Pure Maple Syrup

Owner, Anna Aldridge was born and raised on the farm in Blanchard, Michigan and recently found herself living in Austin, Texas where her husband works.  Realizing that pure maple syrup was in high demand and difficult to find, Blackberry Blossom Foods was born!  Products are now available in many central Texas farmers markets, health food stores, and from our online store.

Blackberry Blossom Foods produces and sells pure Michigan maple syrup from our family farm in Blanchard, Michigan.  We tap over 6,000 maple trees on our property every spring, hand gather the sap, and cook it down in our wood fired evaporator.  The finished syrup has no additives.

After we reduce the maple sap to make maple syrup, we transport it down to Austin, Texas where it is bottled up for sale.  We also use our all-natural maple syrup to make maple candy and maple butter.

To learn more about The Maple Syrup Lady visit HERE!

By |March 26th, 2015|At the Market, Featured Vendors|Comments Off

Vendor Highlights: Juicy Jay’s Meatballs

Juicy Jay’s Meatballs
Juicy Jay’s roots began in Castellammare del Golfo, a small coastal town in the Trapani Province of Sicily. Our Sicilian recipes, passed down from generation to generation, are authentic and time-tested. Our ingredients are always fresh.  We celebrate ‘il culto della famiglia e del mangiare’ – the cult of family and food.  We share in the simple pleasures of getting together to enjoy the produce of the land and the flavors of Sicily every day. Come see us and enjoy an old favorite. Or, discover a new one.

Pick up fresh packaged traditional or gluten free Meatballs, Pork, Vegetarian and Gluten free Tofuballs & Sauce and gluten free Cheesecake at the Farmers Market.

Be sure to say hello, try a free sample, and visit Jay’s Juicy Meatballs for more information. 

By |March 6th, 2015|At the Market, Featured Vendors|Comments Off

This Week at the Market

This week at the market: As the weather remains uncertain so does some of our produce but signs of spring are beginning to trickle in. Spinach, Kale, Collards, and Swiss Chard are the it greens right now, while oranges and grapefruit keep up a sunny disposition at the market.

Leeks, broccoli, beets, sweet potatoes, and onions are still on deck while we might start to see a few artichokes and soon (fingers crosses) there after we may even have …. strawberries!

Of course we encourage you to stay for breakfast from 512 Market Kitchen, Maudies, or Gardeners Feast.

Fresh baked goods, local honey, pastries, farm fresh eggs, dairy good and SO much more are available.

Enjoy FREE live music and kids face painting and bring those well-behaved dogs!
Join us at the market every Sunday from 10am-2pm. 

By |February 26th, 2015|At the Market|Comments Off

Vendor Highlights: Concha’s Salsa & Seafood

Did you know you can but fresh fish at the Lone Star Farmers Market? Yvonne Cavazos of Concha’s not only makes some of the best salsa’s around she also sells fresh-off-the-boat fish such as Red Snapper, Flounder, Grouper and Gulf Shrimp to name a few. Be sure to stop by and say hello next time you are at the market, try some of her salsa and pick-up some fish for dinner. 

1. How long have you been making your signature salsas and how did you get started in the salsa & fish business? 
When I was young my great Grandma used to make this salsa in a Mexican style mortar and pestle, it was so good that we would just devour all of it in one sitting. About 4 years ago I decided I was going to bottle it and keep it as natural as possible like my great Grandma did. I always disliked store bought salsa because it doesn’t taste the same at all. Concha’s salsa is the way salsa should taste. 

You know the best thing to eat is really fresh tasting fish and I find that at Katie’s seafood  in Galveston. I bring to the market whole and fillets of red snapper, flounder, grouper, Boston sea scallops and shrimp. Katie’s seafood is known for the freshest and most honest fillet cuts. I bring in seafood for the markets arriving late Friday to Saturday. Mornings for freshest wild caught for out market shoppers.
2. What were you doing before launching your company?
Before I started this salsa business, I was in pharmaceutical sales on the psychiatric side for many years and decided to leave that business. 
3. What’s the biggest thing that you’ve learned along the way since launching your salsa and seafood business? 
The biggest thing I’ve learned […]

By |February 17th, 2015|At the Market, Featured Vendors|Comments Off

Reboot With Fresh, Raw, + Delicious Juices From Skinny Limits

 Juice cleansing is a great way to give your digestive system a break while you are feeding your body nutrient and vitamin rich, live enzyme juices. Skinny Limit juices can allow your body to heal and detox by elevating your immune system while increasing vital organ function.You can also gain an amazing sense of what your body feels like on healthy raw foods. This heightened awareness makes juice cleansing an excellent kick start to any diet because it helps you lose your cravings for bad foods. For many of us, we didn’t know that we only felt “ok” most of the time until we felt great!

While most juicers are centrifugal juicers which create heat and oxidation in the juice making process so they must be consumed immediately; our juice is made using a commercial juice press allowing us to deliver up to three days worth of cold pressed juice at a time and it stays fresh!

How Skinny Limits is Different:
There are lots of juice cleanse companies, so what makes Skinny Limits different? For starters, our juice is completely raw. Most mainstream juice cleanse companies aim to stock their product in grocery stores. However, they have to maintain a longer shelf life to do so. Because of this, they put their juice through a process called HP Processing. This doesn’t use any heat, but it kills all the living cells in the juice. You can literally taste the difference.

Our cleanses consist of 6-16 ounce bottles daily. They are to be consumed in a particular order to maximize your detox effects. We also supply information so you can understand what your body may be going through during your cleanse. Most of our clients do a three day cleanse […]

By |January 22nd, 2015|Featured Vendors|Comments Off

A Healthy Start with Dad’s Premium Granola

Start the new year and your morning off right with Dad’s Premium Granola!  
Dad’s granola is a nutritious breakfast, a delicious snack and a versatile nut based topping for desserts and other foods.
Dad’s is available in a few flavors: Almond or Pecan and with or without agave nectar. Loaded with organic, toasted rolled oats, pecans or almonds, cashews, lightly sweetened with maple syrup and agave nectar and finished with a hint of coconut oil – it’s a bowl of pure deliciousness.
Most varieties come in a super crunchy texture, are low glycemic index, and not too sweet. Certified gluten-free oats are also available.
To learn more about Dad’s Premium Granola or to Order Visit HERE.

 
Be sure to stop by, try a sample, and say hello!

By |January 9th, 2015|Featured Vendors|Comments Off

Vendor Highlight: Johnson’s Backyard Garden

Because the farmers at Lone Star Farmers Market are experienced growers, they know how to handle the challenges of weather and still bring a bounty of delicious food to our customers. Brenna Peterson, who works the Johnson’s Backyard Garden stand at the market, says the variety at this time of year is almost overwhelming. She especially loves “all the color of the winter produce.”

What does that mean exactly? Brenna is not just referring to pretty food. The color of fruits and vegetables comes from phytochemicals. Plants rich in color are high in these chemicals that are believed to reduce the risk of chronic health problems. The winter harvest is full of these vegetables, such as leafy greens, cool season flowering plants, and a variety of root veggies.  It’s also peak season for citrus. Best of all is that the fruits and vegetables at Lone Star Farmers Market come from just miles away and most times are only hours out of the ground or off the tree or vine.

That’s why, even though you may need a jacket, now is the time to make it out to the market. Grab a hot cup of coffee, listen to cool music and get your share of beautiful, healthy food. ~ Gina Harlow of Peaches and Prosciutto

It’s time again for JBG’s Annual Bulk Citrus Sale!  Organic oranges and grapefruit are available for purchase at a cost of $12 for a 10 lb. bag.  These delicious oranges and grapefruit are grown in the Rio Grand Valley by our friends at G&S Groves, a certified organic grower in McAllen, Texas. ORDER HERE and pick-up at the Market!

Be sure to stop by and say hello to the Johnson’s Backyard Garden crew. To learn more visit HERE! 

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By |December 16th, 2014|Featured Vendors|Comments Off

Santa at the Market ~ December 14th!

Mark your calendars! Mr. AND Mrs. Claus will be at the Lone Star Farmers Market Sunday, December 14 from 10am-2pm
Bring the whole family, grab some hot chocolate, breakfast, and get FREE pictures with Santa! Enjoy live holiday music with the always fabulous JoAnna Lee.
Buy #local gifts from our many featured vendors and holiday gift-giving items!

By |December 9th, 2014|At the Market|Comments Off

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