November 2010 Issue
Seasonal farmers markets, Thanksgiving baskets delivered fresh from a local farm and
wines made from Ohio-grown grapes make your holiday table something to celebrate.
By November, most of your favorite farmers markets, and other sources for fresh local produce have closed up shop for the winter — unfortunate timing considering the biggest eating holiday of the year is just a few weeks away. But a growing group of markets, farms and suppliers of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) are recognizing the demand for late-season fruits and vegetables, and are working together with other growers and food artisans to help you fill your Thanksgiving table with Ohio-grown and Ohio-made treats. We’ve sourced the farms and farmers markets that stay open late for the Thanksgiving season and four recipes from the Wayward Seed Farm in Marysville, plus some Ohio wines to complement your holiday meal ... To read more, click here to subscribe >>