Early opening for Baltimore's Fallsway farmers market
My colleague Richard Gorelick reports today that Baltimore's immensely popular Farmers' Market and Bazaar under Fallsway will open this weekend -- a month early!
Thank the asparagus, he writes. And the strawberries.
Farmers pushed for an early opening to get their cool weather crops out there for sale. By May (and the farmers' market once opened in June, if you can imagine), those crops are done.
But there will be more than spinach for sale.
Among the vendors ready for this weekend are some new folks selling vegan baked goods (Dirty Carrots), relishes, jellies, ketchups, and jams (Infused Spreads), and quail, pheasants, poussin chicken and chuckers (KCC Natural Farms).
Richard also suggests you look for Red Zebra, a mobile wood-burning pizza oven.
Yum. There is nothing like the smell of pizza in the morning!