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Missouri Eats: Farm to You Market

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Fifth-generation pig farmer Todd Geisert and his wife, Katie, opened Farm to You Market in April in Washington, Missouri, as a place for locals to pick up groceries, all sourced from within 200 miles. Shelves are filled with fresh fruits and veggies, milk, freshly baked bread from Companion Baking Co. and Great Harvest Bread Co., cheese (try Homestead Creamery’s smokehouse …

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Live Local: Farmers’ Markets and Missouri Wine

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Shopping at your local Farmers’ Markets has many benefits. Just to name a few: The goods you purchase at Farmers’ Markets are the freshest available. The fruits and vegetables are allowed to ripen in the fields and on the vines because they don’t have far to travel. When you buy from the vendors at Farmers’ Markets, you are supporting local, …

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Waterfalls & Cinnamon Rolls: The Perfect Spring Day in Parkville

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Spring is officially here and it’s time to get outside and explore! Although we didn’t have too harsh of a winter here in Platte County (around 5 inches of snow and just a few days in the single digits), spring is the best time of year; you get to ditch the coats and feel the sun on your face. What …

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Saturday Morning at the Kirksville Farmers Market

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One of my favorite things to do on a Saturday morning in Kirksville is to wander through the local Farmers Market. I love to stop and say hello to Steve and Velda Salt from Green Valley Farm and buy sweet basil and vine-ripened tomatoes. I stroll over to James Hawkins’ booth to buy a pint of the most flavorful home …

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Missouri Farmers Markets: Taste the Rainbow

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It’s the shiny stoplight red of that perfectly ripe tomato. It’s the golden-amber glow of fresh honey. It’s the spring-green shoots of asparagus. It’s the brown-speckled dozen of farm-fresh eggs. The vibrant colors, the delicious variety and don’t forget the tantalizing baked goods. With more than 200 farmers markets across Missouri, reducing the distance from farm to table has never …

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Enjoy Fall Fun in Sikeston

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Are you looking for a convenient location that promises a week-end of fun-filled activities? Look no farther than Sikeston. Located half-way between St. Louis and Memphis, you find us at the junction of I-55, I-57 and U.S. 60. We invite you to celebrate our cotton heritage and fall fun in Sikeston with the 5th Annual Cotton Ramble Bike Ride and …

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Not Quite Yet!

My calendar declares the season changed from summer to fall. While my thoughts begin to turn to warm soups, Halloween costumes and trying to remember a jacket, I’m not ready to give up on fresh tomatoes and homegrown zucchini – not just yet. Farmers across the state are still reaping vine-ripened treasures in their fields and gardens, and there is …

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Ramble on Down to Sikeston this Fall

Are you looking for a convenient location that promises a weekend of fun-filled activities?  Look no farther than Sikeston, Missouri! Located half-way between St. Louis and Memphis, you find us at the junction of I-55, I-57 and U.S. 60. We invite you to celebrate fall and our cotton heritage with the 4th Annual Cotton Ramble Bike Ride and Cotton Festival …

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