Old Palm News

Farm to Table: Gardens' Style

July 19, 2016

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Palm Beach Gardens may just lay claim to the coolest green market in town. Held every Sunday from 9am to 1pm, the Gardens’ Green Market is the spot for a Sunday stroll. While held outdoors during season, this vibrant market loses no steam in summer. In fact, it goes air-conditioned-cool, moving more than 50 of its vendors into STORE, on 11010 N Military Trail. Pick up exquisite, local gems like artisanal cheeses, just-caught seafood, handmade biscotti, probiotic mushroom tea, exotic orchids and organic skin care. And of course, there’s plenty of produce from nearby farms known for selling directly to the county’s most coveted restaurants. Kai Kai, one such farm hailing from Indiantown, was recently selling ruby red strawberries, four varietals of radishes and more exotic fare like tatsoi and sorrel. Hungry? Sit down and enjoy a brunch from one of the many vendors proffering a global smorgasbord that includes jambalaya, whole roasted Greek lamb, and European pastries. Seasoned green market insiders will tell you that no trip is complete without loading up at the Cider Doughnuts stand. It’s New England whimsy made right here in neighboring Lake Park. Forget the waistline, these treats are too good to lay waste. For more information on Palm Beach Garden’s Green market, visit pbgfl.com/greenmarket


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