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Posted at 11:59 PM ET, 11/09/2011

Market Roundup: Nov. 10-16

A taste of what will be at area farmers markets this week:

At Thursday’s FreshFarm Market in Penn Quarter:

Farm at Sunnyside: organic carrots; vitamin greens.

Harvest Market DC: Brussels sprouts, butternut squash and pomegranate salad; broccoli soup with aged goat cheese.

At Saturday’s Falls Church Farmers Market:

Bread House: cinnamon rolls; pumpkin muffins; apple sweet rolls.

Chris’s Marketplace: crab cakes; empanadas; homemade soups.

At Saturday’s FreshFarm Market in Silver Spring:

Atwater’s Bakery: pumpkin chocolate chip and cranberry-orange muffins.

Mock’s Greenhouse: baby ginger root.

Sligo Creek Farm: carrots.

Spring Gap Mountain Creamery: aged raw cow’s-milk cheese.

Spring Valley Farm and Orchard: carrots; salad mix.

At Saturday’s 14th & U Farmers Market:

Copper Pot Food Co.: gnocchi; duck ravioli, oxtail tortellini.

McCleaf's Orchard: Cameo, GoldRush, Granny Smith, Fuji and York apples; red and green kale; broccoli; eggplant; Honeycrisp applesauce; cider.

North Mountain Pastures: sauerkraut; fermented salsa and spicy beans; lonzino; tesa bacon; accepting orders for turkeys.

Panorama Bakery: madeleines; butter rolls; scones; croissants; breads.

Pecan Meadow Farm: pumpkin roll; brown eggs; accepting orders for Narrangansett turkeys.

Truck Patch Farms: cheddar and white cauliflower; baby arugula; acorn and butternut squash; eggs; pastured pork; accepting orders for turkeys.

Whisked!: roasted butternut squash with caramelized onion, blue cheese and thyme tart; mushroom and Gruyere tart; pumpkin chocolate swirl pie; brown butter cranberry loaf.

At Saturday’s H Street NE FreshFarm Market:

Blueberry Hill: garlic braids.

Full Cellar Farm: kohlrabi; baby bok choy.

Richfield Farm: blue sweet potatoes; green cauliflower.

At Sunday’s Takoma Park Farmers Market:

Black Rock Orchard: Seckel pears.

Glenville Hollow Farms: broccoli; sweet potatoes.

Keswick Creamery: aged raw-milk cheeses, such as cheddar, Vermeer, Wallaby and Lesher; pasteurized fresh products such as quark, whole-milk ricotta, yogurt and chocolate pudding.

Potomac Vegetable Farms: turnips; broccoli; spinach; lettuce mix; fresh herbs; fall greens; cabbage.

Preston's Persimmon Patch: kaki persimmons.

Stone Hearth Bakery: breads; scones; croissants; tarts; cookies; empanadas.

Twin Springs Fruit Farm: apples; Brussels sprouts; celery; winter squash.

At Sunday’s FreshFarm Market at Dupont Circle:

Anchor Nursery: stalks of Brussels spouts.

New Morning Farm: stalks of organic Brussels spouts; organic parsnips.

Next Step Produce: sunchokes.

Toigo Orchards: quince.

Tree and Leaf Farm: watermelon radishes.

At Sunday’s Bloomingdale Farmers Market:

Copper Pot Food Co.: gnocchi; duck ravioli, oxtail tortellini.

Keswick Creamery: fetas; aged Alpine-style Tommes; yogurt; Lesher; Vermeer for fondue.

North Mountain Pastures: sauerkraut; fermented salsa and spicy beans; lonzino; tesa bacon; accepting orders for turkeys.

Panorama Bakery: madeleines; butter rolls; scones; croissants; breads.

Truck Patch Farms: cheddar and white cauliflower; baby arugula; Swiss chard; butternut squash; eggs; pastured pork.

At Tuesday’s FreshFarm Market in Crystal City:

Barajas Produce: kale; kohlrabi; red potatoes.

Bigg Riggs Farm: spinach.

Haskins Family Farm: still taking turkey orders.

Toigo Orchards: Honeycrisp apples.

At Wednesday’s Foggy Bottom FreshFarm Market:

Atwater’s Bakery: two-bean stew; split pea with macaroni soup.

Blueberry Hill: Brussels sprouts; garlic braids.

Haskins Family Farm: still taking turkey orders.

Sunnyside Farm and Orchard: Brussels sprouts.

See our lists of local farmers markets and Community-Supported Agriculture farms.

Search for seasonal recipes in our Recipe Finder.

If you have a new market or see information that needs to be corrected in our farmers market listings, e-mail krystalr@washpost.com.

By  |  11:59 PM ET, 11/09/2011

Categories:  Markets This Week | Tags:  Becky Krystal, markets

 
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