Minneapolis Farmer’s Market Update = Will be open for business November and beyond December

Happy Halloween!


The Farmer’s Market is still going. The sellers of produce, cheese and meats are still there in the great outdoors.  Blue Gentian Farm, the grass fed beef, pork, and lamb producers will be there through out the fall and winter seasons, as will other sellers – wild rice. The dry goods sellers will close up soon.

At noon, when I arrived, many booths were empty today.  I was looking for some cauliflower, but did not want a big honking thing – my fridge is full.  Some vegetable goddess brought me to a table that had broccoli and these sweet sized cauliflower combined in a box.  They looked just perfect.  (I go for the aesthetics of food too.)  I bought a beautiful cabbage from a man who grows lavender colored cauliflower. For an indulgence reward for this earth and not for saving for the hereafter, I bought a ½ gallon of apple cider. The apple people will be there for three more weeks.  Fireside Orchard and Gardens have really nice apples!   

It’s a good thing to support your local growers and producers.

Winter Market hours 9-12

November 6th & 7th

November 13th & 14th

November 20th & 21

Saturdays only after November

December 4th

December 11th

December 18th


January 8th

January 22nd

February 5th

February 19th

March 5th

March 19th

April 2nd

April 9th

April 16th

April 23rd

April 30th

Market information courtesy of:


715- 781-8169



About kunstkitchen

Visual artist and writer hunting words, languages, visions, and insight in my kitchen - connecting Art (Kunst) and culture and slow food cooking. Credits: Do not own a microwave oven and never have. Do not own a food processor. Chopped veggies in a Zen monastery for a weekend. (Seriously) Classically trained artist. Paint and draw with traditional materials. Live in the Northland where it's six months of winter. Appreciate the little things in life. Sharing food and art experiences and the lessons that my talented and generous friends have given me.
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