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What’s Fresh at Nat Bailey – April 15

Produce: acorn squash, apples, asian pears, beets, bok choi, broccoli, brussels sprouts, butternut squash, cabbage, carrots, celeriac, chard, chickweed, collards, crimini mushrooms, daikon, delicata squash, eggplant, endive, fennel, fiddle heads, garlic, hazelnuts, greenhouse cucumbers, greenhouse peppers, herbs, kabocha squash, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, mini peppers, mushrooms, napa cabbage, nettles, onions, parsnips, potatoes, pears, radicchio, radishes, rhubarb, rutabaga, salad mix, savoy cabbage, sorrel, spaghetti squash, spinach, shallots, sprouts, sunchokes, turnips, walnuts, wild mushrooms, winter squash, wheatgrass

Meats, Seafood, Dairy: Beef, Bison, Halibut, Pork, Duck, Salmon, Turkey, Chicken, Cod, Cheese, Eggs, Tuna

Other: Apple Cider, Dried Fruit, Honey, Frozen Berries, Juice, Pickles, Yogurt, Preserves

CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEK’S FULL NAT BAILEY VENDOR LIST

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Looking to stock up for your Easter dinner? The market has you covered with all your table fixings you could need. Potatoes, Carrots, Greens, Buns, Pie….

Vendors

Farmer Koo will be at Nat Bailey Market this weekend for the first time this season. With his arrival he brings a splash of spring! Stop by and pick up some of his cool weather starts that include broccoli, brussel sprouts, kale, snow peassnap peas and sugar peas . Also make your day brighter or a special someone’s with his beautiful Tulips and Daffodils.

Hannah Brook Farm is making their first appearance of the season at the Market this weekend. They will have a variety of Salad mix and greens, go check them out!

Twin Oaks Farm will be bringing their awesome Carnivorous Plants to Nat Bailey this Saturday. They carry 6 different varieties including – Venus fly traps, Sundews, Butterworsts and Pitcher Plants.

Summer Markets

There are only 2 weeks left in the Nat Bailey market season! Our last day onsite is April 22nd. We’re ramping up for the summer market season and look forward to continue on developing a sustainable food system in Vancouver that helps feed people in our region, supports the local economy and protects our local environment and farms for decades to come!

SHOP THE LOCAL FOOD REVOLUTION AT THESE NEIGHBOURHOOD MARKETS:

  • Trout Lake – opens May 6, 9am-2pm – North Parking Lot, John Hendry Park
  • Kitsilano – opens May 7, 10am-2pm – 10th Ave. & Larch St.
  • West End – opens May 27, 9am-2pm – 1100 Block of Comox St.
  • Mt Pleasant – opens May 28, 10am-2pm – Dude Chilling Park, 8th & Guelph
  • Main St Station – opens May 31, 2pm-6pm – Near Main St. Skytrain
  • Downtown – opens June 1, 11am-3pm – Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza
  • Riley Park – opens June 24, 10am-2pm – 50 East 30th Ave.

Weekly Recipe

Spring is sprung and we should celebrate! Check out this easy recipe for Individual Salad Cups with Rhubarb Vinaigrette from feedfeed.

 


Hastings Park Winter Market

If you miss Nat Bailey, be sure to head to the east side to pick up your weekly groceries! Every Sunday the Hastings Park Winter Farmers Market runs 10-2pm until the end of April. It has lots of FREE parking and more vendors than ever before! *Details here*

Visit us at Nat Bailey Stadium (4601 Ontario St.), Saturdays, 10am-2pm 

Click here for more info on Nat Bailey Winter Farmers Market