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            CUESA & The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

            CUESA & The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

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            What are the days of the week you are open?
            God's Radiant Rainbows to you through healthy food!
            Come out and get your Farm Fresh Duck eggs!
            Nice post on For the Love of Apricots: Join me in Apricot Heaven with this new blog post! Come join the Blenheim fun at B&R Farms U-Pick July 13 from 9-3, Andy's Orchards Farm Tour & Tasting July 20 from 10-2, and a Book Talk August 1st at Books Inc. Campbell at 6 pm.
            I am eating the best organic naval orange I've ever eaten, and the sticker says "Twin Girls Farm." Thanks for that. :)
            In addition to being a 4th generation grape grower and winemaker in her family, Alexandra Graziano of Graziano Family of Wines is making a name for herself as a woman winemaker in a landscape traditionally dominated by men. Read the full story.
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            Nonprofit dedicated to growing thriving communities through the power and joy of local food. Operator of the world-renowned Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and Mission Community Market in San Francisco and Jack London Square Farmers Market in Oakland.

            Mission: CUESA is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to growing thriving communities through the power and joy of local food.

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            Bryant Terry, Vegetable Kingdom

            This Saturday, February 22, join us for a book talk and cooking demo, starting at 11:30 am with Bryant Terry, where he'll be talking about his newest book, Vegetable Kingdom with Tiffani Patton of Real Food Media, followed by a book signing Book Passage Ferry Building. If you can't make it, stay tuned for the Facebook live stream!

            Stop by the CUESA Classroom for a book talk and cooking demo featuring the seasonal bounty of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Author Bryant Terry will be in conversation with Real Food Media’s Tiffani Patton, discussing Terry’s new book, Vegetable Kingdom: The Abundant World of Vegan Recipes (Te...

            CUESA’s Board Director Saeeda Hafiz is at the CUESA Classroom right now sharing her veggie drink elixir and baked gourmet apples recipes with us. Stay tuned for the full recipes at cuesa.org!

            Featured in our guide to fermented foods, Wise Goat Organics offers kimchi, sauerkraut, and hot sauces for a healthier gut. Try a sample at their farmers market booth today!

            LIVE: Guadalupe Moreno of Mi Morena SF is in the CUESA Classroom demonstrating her hongos con queso and huevos a la Mexicana recipes, which are mushrooms and cheese and her take on scrambled eggs. Stay tuned for the full recipes at cuesa.org!

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            The Joys (and Challenges) of Humane Farming

            “We always say we raise our animals with love because we really do love them,” says Joy Dolcini of Farmer Joy, a sixth-generation family farm in Chileno Valley. “We just want to make sure they’re happy and healthy, which makes love the secret ingredient in our eggs and meat.”

            Learn more about Joy and her humane farming practices:

            As a sixth-generation farmer, Joy Dolcini operates Farmer Joy to farm animals humanely in Chileno Valley.

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            Guadalupe Moreno, Mi Morena

            Join us at the CUESA Classroom tomorrow, February 15, for a cooking demo with Guadalupe Moreno of Mi Morena SF at 10:30 am. If you can't make it, we'll also be live streaming her demo here on Facebook.

            Stop by the CUESA Classroom for a cooking demo featuring the seasonal bounty of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Guadalupe Moreno started Mi Morena, a tacos de guisado business, to offer San Francisco diners traditional tacos with quality ingredients and handmade tortillas, including chicken, beef, p...

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            Saeeda Hafiz, The Healing

            If you're looking for ways to heal yourself through food, join us at the CUESA Classroom tomorrow for a cooking demo at 12 pm with CUESA's Board Director Saeeda Hafiz, who is also the author of The Healing and a Wellness Policy Project Manager at the San Francisco Unified School District. She'll be sharing her veggie drink elixir and baked gourmet apples recipes with us. If you can't make it, stay tuned for the live stream on Facebook!

            Stop by the CUESA Classroom for a book talk and cooking demo featuring the seasonal bounty of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Saeeda Hafiz is a holistic health educator and yoga instructor with certifications from the Natural Gourmet Institute and the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers/Ashrams. She impl...

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            Food Democracy 鑫鼎彩票代理注册 | Civic Engagement Through Food

            In times when we feel overwhelmed by our political process, how can we use our collective energies and gathering places to galvanize the food movement for larger systems change? On February 27, join CUESA and SPUR for a conversation with Nina Ichikawa of Berkeley Food Institute and Reem Assil of Reem's to discover tangible ways you can get involved in 鑫鼎彩票代理注册 and beyond.

            Civic engagement is any action we take to make a difference in our community. In times when we feel overwhelmed by our political process, how can we use our collective energies and gathering places to galvanize the food movement for larger systems change? And how can we best nourish ourselves and ou...

            Broccoli or cauliflower? The Romanesco resembles a cauliflower but tastes more like broccoli. This unique vegetable is suitable for roasting and steaming, as well as preparing with pasta. Available from Ground Stew Farms at the market today.

            Ever wondered what you can get for $10 at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market? Here’s an example:

            A bunch of lacinato kale from Iacopi Farms
            Purple haze carrots from McGinnis Ranch
            Butternut squash from Everything Under the Sun
            Avocados from Twin Girls Farm

            If you use #CalFresh, you can also double your food dollars at the market with #MarketMatch, which means double this amount of fruits and veggies — a win-win in our book!

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            Farmers Market Treats for Valentine's Day

            This Valentine’s Day, indulge your loved ones and yourself with locally grown flowers, handcrafted sweets and treats, body care and aromatherapy, and more. Check out our made-with-love picks the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and Jack London Square Farmers Market.

            Indulge your loved ones and yourself with locally grown flowers and treats from the farmers market.

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            Weekender | How Ugly Pickle Co. uses produce to help the planet

            Check out this latest story about Kayla Abe and David Murphy of Ugly Pickle Co. in the The Daily Californian, where you can learn more about their mission to fight climate change, one pickle jar at a time.

            Using cosmetically irregular crops, surplus produce and vegetable offcuts from local farmers, Ugly Pickle Co. creates pickles and spreads that promote environmentally friendly and sustainable food practices.

            Among the wide variety of citrus available at the farmers market this time of year, look for Tory Farms’ Oro Blanco grapefruit at the market today, which has a sweet taste that lacks the bitterness of a common grapefruit.

            LIVE: Nafy Flatley of Teranga Life - Teranga Juice, a La Cocina graduate, is currently at the CUESA Classroom demonstrating how to make her maafe recipe, which is a Senegalese peanut stew.

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            Farming While Black: Dismantling Racism in the Food System

            Leah Penniman, author of Farming While Black: Soul Fire Farm’s Practical Guide to Liberation on the Land, started Soul Fire Farm, a BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color)-focused community farm in Grafton, New York, to dismantle racism and injustice in the food system.

            Learn more about her work and the historical challenges for people of color:

            #BlackHistoryMonth

            Leah Penniman of Soul Fire Farm spoke about what it means to farm while Black and dismantling racism and injustice in the food system.

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            Food Democracy 鑫鼎彩票代理注册 | Civic Engagement Through Food

            On Thursday, February 27, join CUESA and SPUR for a conversation with Nina Ichikawa of the Berkeley Food Institute and Reem Assil of Reem's who, through their work in food, have pounded the pavement, knocked on doors, driven policy change, and organized to help people claim their power. Learn from their first-hand experience overcoming challenges, and discover tangible ways you can get involved in 鑫鼎彩票代理注册 and beyond.

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            Civic engagement is any action we take to make a difference in our community. In times when we feel overwhelmed by our political process, how can we use our collective energies and gathering places to galvanize the food movement for larger systems change? And how can we best nourish ourselves and ou...

            For a quick stir-fry, add these bok choy from Ground Stew Farms into a wok or pan. You can also add these into soups or ferment into kimchi. What do you usually stir-fry with?

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            Bryant Terry, Vegetable Kingdom

            On Saturday, February 22, stop by the CUESA Classroom for a book talk and cooking demo featuring the seasonal bounty of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Author Bryant Terry will be in conversation with Real Food Media’s Tiffani Patton, discussing Terry’s new book, Vegetable Kingdom: The Abundant World of Vegan Recipes.

            Stop by the CUESA Classroom for a book talk and cooking demo featuring the seasonal bounty of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Author Bryant Terry will be in conversation with Real Food Media’s Tiffani Patton, discussing Terry’s new book, Vegetable Kingdom: The Abundant World of Vegan Recipes (Te...

            CUESA's Farmers Market Seller Appreciation

            What an amazing group of people! Last Saturday, we brought together CUESA's farmers, food crafters, and market sellers over good food and drinks at MarketBar for our annual seller celebration. A huge thank you to the beautiful and hardworking folks who bring delicious food to our table, and who make our markets the vibrant community spaces they are!

            What an amazing group of people! Last Saturday, we brought together CUESA's farmers, food crafters, and market sellers over good food and drinks at MarketBar for our annual seller celebration. A huge thank you to the beautiful and hardworking folks who bring delicious food to our table, and who make our markets the vibrant community spaces they are!

            Looking for a fresh food read to dig into? Resolved to take action in 鑫鼎彩票代理注册? We asked some local friends and partners who are creating change in our food system—from food media and education, to food justice and anti-pesticide action—for some books that have shaped the way they approach their work in food (including a couple favorites from our team). These books will help to deepen your understanding of our complex food system, and inspire you to go beyond voting with your forks to taking action in your community.

            Read more:

            You've probably heard of a pomelo, but have you ever seen a tangelo before? If not, stop by the Twin Girls Farm booth today at the market and try it out! It's a citrus fruit that's a hybrid of a tangerine and a pomelo.

            Choose Your Flavor Adventure: Winter Cocktails

            To everyone who came out to Choose Your Flavor Adventure: Winter of the Farmers Market at the Ferry Building last Wednesday, THANK YOU for choosing to support of local farms and healthy communities! We had a blast toasting our market community and winter's bounty with you.

            Your votes are in:

            FAVORITE COCKTAIL:
            Bert & Ernie // Lauren Steele of Ramen Shop with Hangar 1
            Got Milk...Punch? // Danny Ojinaga of Picazo Kitchen & Bar with Four Roses Bourbon
            Vitamin C-Ya! // Robin Biles of Little Hill Lounge with Tequila Herradura

            FAVORITE BITE:
            Beet Bruschetta// Kina Chavez of Picazo Kitchen & Bar
            TRIPLE TIE!
            Rockfish Ceviche // Jose Alberto Flores & Elton Sanchez of Elda
            Root Down Farm Chicken Roulade // Peter J. Hemsley of Palette
            Braised Angus Oxtail Tart // Nelson German, Felicia Tom & Susan Eggett of Sobre Mesa
            Braised Short Rib Tostada // Erik Hopfinger of Jones

            BEST TABLE DECOR:
            Down the Rabbit Hole // Deb Fernandez of Kaiyō with Rabbit Hole Boxergrail Rye Whiskey
            Continue Down The Path & You Made The Wrong Choice. THE END // Andrew Hutcheson of Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon with Spirit Works Distillery
            Vitamin C-Ya! // Robin Biles of Little Hill Lounge with Tequila Herradura

            Thank you to everyone for supporting CUESA's work to grow thriving communities through the power and joy of local food! And a special thanks to our partners the USBG SF, as well as our participating restaurants and our fabulous volunteers. This event would not be possible without you. Photos by amandalynn.co.

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            To everyone who came out to Choose Your Flavor Adventure: Winter of the Farmers Market at the Ferry Building last Wednesday, THANK YOU for choosing to support of local farms and healthy communities! We had a blast toasting our market community and winter's bounty with you.

            Your votes are in:

            FAVORITE COCKTAIL:
            Bert & Ernie // Lauren Steele of Ramen Shop with Hangar 1
            Got Milk...Punch? // Danny Ojinaga of Picazo Kitchen & Bar with Four Roses Bourbon
            Vitamin C-Ya! // Robin Biles of Little Hill Lounge with Tequila Herradura

            FAVORITE BITE:
            Beet Bruschetta// Kina Chavez of Picazo Kitchen & Bar
            TRIPLE TIE!
            Rockfish Ceviche // Jose Alberto Flores & Elton Sanchez of Elda
            Root Down Farm Chicken Roulade // Peter J. Hemsley of Palette
            Braised Angus Oxtail Tart // Nelson German, Felicia Tom & Susan Eggett of Sobre Mesa
            Braised Short Rib Tostada // Erik Hopfinger of Jones

            BEST TABLE DECOR:
            Down the Rabbit Hole // Deb Fernandez of Kaiyō with Rabbit Hole Boxergrail Rye Whiskey
            Continue Down The Path & You Made The Wrong Choice. THE END // Andrew Hutcheson of Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon with Spirit Works Distillery
            Vitamin C-Ya! // Robin Biles of Little Hill Lounge with Tequila Herradura

            Thank you to everyone for supporting CUESA's work to grow thriving communities through the power and joy of local food! And a special thanks to our partners the USBG SF, as well as our participating restaurants and our fabulous volunteers. This event would not be possible without you. Photos by amandalynn.co.

            More photos at:

            Getting ready for the Super Bowl? Stop by the Old Dog Ranch booth and stock up on these Golden Herb Walnuts for your Sunday party. These walnuts are toasted with a savory mix of organic olive oil, sea salt, and various spices.

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            Reem's Says Farewell to Farmers Markets

            We’re sad to share that Reem's last day at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is tomorrow, February 1. Reem’s has been part of the market community for four years, and we have been so honored to host them as they’ve grown. Be sure to visit their stand tomorrow for a farewell man’oushe!

            Be sure to visit their stand this Saturday for a farewell man'oushe!

            To be, or nut to be? That is the question as you find these fresh walnuts from Winters Fruit Tree at the market today. What’s your favorite nut for the winter season?

            It’s adventure time! Be sure to tag us @CUESA and use the hashtag #cuesacocktails so we can reshare your photos.

            Today's the day! If you've been waiting to buy your tickets to Choose Your Flavor Adventure: Winter Cocktails of the Farmers Market, don't delay! We're offering $5 off with discount code "cuesafriend" for last minute tickets.

            Join us for a night of creating your own path through choices with flavorful twists and turns from 4 full-size and 10 sample-size cocktail stations. Low ABV and non-alcoholic options will also be available at the event.

            Don't let tonight be "THE END" of your journey. Choose your adventure of peak-season cocktails and bites, and get your tickets today:

            Root vegetables are at their absolute sweetest during the winter months, such as these carrots from Green Thumb Organics Farms. Roasting them can bring out more of their sweet characteristics, but you can also incorporate them into baked goods such as carrot cake, torte, or bread.

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            Choose Your Flavor Adventure: Winter Cocktails of the Farmers Market

            Choose Your Flavor Adventure: Winter Cocktails of the Farmers Market is this Wednesday, January 29. If you've been waiting to get your tickets, don't delay! Ticket prices will go up by $5 tonight.

            Join us for a night of flavorful twists and turns from 14 uniquely delicious cocktails by the Bay Area's best bartenders, including "Bert & Ernie", made with Hangar 1 Distillery Fennel Vodka, Meyer Lemon cordial, lemon juice, with a choice of coriander, green peppercorns, dill seed, salt, and Q Mixers Indian tonic water, or vanilla, cardamom, cloves, Peychaud's bitters, borage, and Q Mixers club soda.

            Get your tickets now:

            Your journey is the destination at Choose Your Flavor Adventure: Winter Cocktails of the Farmers Market at the Ferry Building on January 29. Sweet or savory? Hot or cool? Shaken or stirred? For one night only, let your palate be your guide as you taste 14 original cocktails created by the Bay Area.....

            Our Story

            CUESA is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to growing thriving communities through the power and joy of local food. Our vision is to inspire a world that nourishes all people, local economies, and the living earth.

            Farmers Markets

            Founded in 1994, we have managed the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco since 1999, the Jack London Square Farmers Market in Oakland since 2016, and Mission Community Market in San Francisco since 2018. Learn more about our markets >>

            Education Programs

            CUESA’s educational initiatives inspire eaters of all ages to participate in cultivating a healthy food system, including market programs, public talks, youth programs, and more. Learn more about our programs >>

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            Videos (show all)

            LIVE: Farming While Black: An Evening with Leah Penniman
            LIVE: The Food Change | Sowing an Equitable Future for Farmers (Part 6)
            LIVE: The Food Change | Sowing an Equitable Future for Farmers (Part 5)
            LIVE: The Food Change | Sowing an Equitable Future for Farmers (Part 4)
            LIVE: The Food Change | Sowing an Equitable Future for Farmers (Part 3)
            LIVE: The Food Change | Sowing an Equitable Future for Farmers (Part 2)

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