The Black Cat Farm booth at the Boulder Farmers’ Market will include the following produce on October 18, 2014:

  • Arugula
  • Baby bok choy
  • Baby lettuce mix
  • Baby tatsoi
  • Beets, multiple varieties
  • Cabbage (Danish ball head, Savoy)
  • Cardoons
  • Carrots
  • Celeriac
  • Chinese broccoli (Gai lan)
  • Cilantro
  • Eggplant
  • Hinona Kabu, a Japanese turnip
  • Kale
  • Lettuce
  • Minutina (also called buckshorn and erba stella)
  • Mizuna
  • Mustard greens
  • Parsley
  • Parsips
  • Peppers (Anaheim, jalapeno. Italian pimento-style bell)
  • Perpetual spinach
  • Radishes, Hailstone, Japanese winter
  • Sorrel
  • Spicy Asian greens mix
  • Spinach
  • Storing onions, several varieties
  • Tomatoes
  • Turnips, Hakurei

Non-produce items available will consist of chicken eggs.

Food film festival lunch!

We’re running the details on this Sunday’s Flatirons Food Film Festival cookbook lunch because you are going to want to attend. If you have already bought the cookbook,  you can taste some dishes from the cookbook and see if you like them.  If you haven’t bought the cookbook, here’s your chance to preview the dishes and get a signed copy.

The lunch will take place at 11:45am and costs $29. It will include a short talk by Eric . Call (303) 444-5500 (Black Cat Farm-Table-Bistro) or (303) 444-9110  (Bramble and Hare) to make a reservation . For festival information: www.flatironsfoodfilmfest.org

Lunch menu:
For all three courses, there are two choices.
First course
Poached ham with sauce gribiche
Salt-roasted beet salad
Second Course
Braised beef with gnocchi, cardoons, and kale
Confit heirloom carrots with spanakopita, farmers’ cheese, and dolmas
Dessert
Plum clafouti
Pumpkin pound cake with candied pepitas

New at the market

Parsnips are making their fall debut. We have seen parsnips lovers in action. Now is the beginning of your time. Go wild.

Minutina

Minutina failed to make an appearance last weekend but you will see it at tomorrow’s market and know what it is.