Category Archives: Farmer’s market

Invest in future

Pricing from farmers and other small food suppliers could not be better explained than this article by Shannon Hayes for Yes: “My Prices Are Not Too High: A Farmer Fires Back.” She writes: “The viability of a small farm is … Continue reading

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Farming intrigue

Okay, the book is not about tuna. But Fear of Beauty is about love of farming, tight families and friends, human rights, the individual empowerment that comes with curiosity about other cultures and the ability to read and write and understand our complex world. … Continue reading

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The best!

Customers at farmers markets are already in on the secret – that “sustainably sourced, wild-caught fish isn’t at a high-end seafood restaurant, but a farmers market.” Nevin Martell,  writing for The Washington Post, points out that  Chef Henry Brandon Williams of Fish … Continue reading

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Market dinner

Ah, famer markets have come alive, and dinners on Sunday night are full of fresh and glorious tastes. We came home with bags of fresh tomatoes. Chopped them into large chunks and heated every so slightly with a tablespoon of … Continue reading

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St. Jude tuna at Anita’s Crepes

French Creperie in Ballard Salade de Niçoise St Jude’s Albacore Tuna, Niçoise Olives, Roasted Red Peppers, Marinated Beans, Quail Egg and Red Onion on a Bed of Organic Baby Greens. We know Anita and she is amazing and a lovely … Continue reading

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Social business

“All size businesses have taken the polar bear plunge into what felt like an alien way of communicating with their customers.,” writes Lyndit.com, based in Seattle. And yes, we have tiptoed into the blogging and social-media arena, and along the … Continue reading

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Tuna and scallops?

Searching for recipes and found this one from The Local Cook in Michigan. Okay, we all aim for local, but every now and then, we crave taste sensations from afar – the pomegranate, avocado or pineapple! So we understand The … Continue reading

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Last Day for St. Jude Tuna at Bellevue Farmers Market

Today is the last day of the Bellevue Farmers Market on Thursdays.  http://www.bellevuefarmersmarket.org/ 1707 Bellevue Way         3-7pm The St. Jude will be seling their tuna there today!

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St. Jude Albacore

Come see us at the Ballard Farmers Market today.  Ballard is the traditional base for commercial fishermen in all of the Pacific Northwest.  The St. Jude started selling their albacore here off of the West Wall  at Fisherman’s Terminal in … Continue reading

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Buying the right thing

“Living the organic spirit means purchasing fish that don’t deplete endangered populations or harm habitats,” explains MaryJane Butters for the Salt Lake City Tribune. “It also means eating farmed fish that are raised in a clean and responsible fashion, and … Continue reading

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