Seasonal Recipes

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What’s in Season: Spring Recipes

Roasted Asparagus

Ingredients 1 bunch of asparagus 2 tbsp avocado oil 1/8 tsp kosher salt fresh black pepper, to taste squeeze of lemon slice   Instructions Toss the arugula with the oil, salt, and pepper. Layer on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Roast in a 425 degrees F 12 - 15...

What’s in Season: Summer Recipes


Raspberry Jam

Recipe by Linda Marrone, former Market Manager.   If you have been around the Carson Farmer's Market for a while you have probably at some point had Linda's Raspberry Jam. It's the best. Not overly sugary or tart. A perfect balance. I put it on ice cream, bagels,...

Blender Marinara Sauce

Recipe by Amanda Long, food blogger at The Homemade Cook.Weeknight cooking can be a scramble. From the time you get off work, grab the kids and head home, you would never think to make fresh homemade marinara sauce for dinner. Pop open the jar, heat and serve. But...

Lemon Panna Cotta with Strawberry-Rhubarb Sauce

Recipe by: Linda Marrone, published in the Nevada Appeal May, 2018.Well, it looks like spring will show up just in time for the early Spring Farmers Market. The early Spring Farmers Market will start on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot...

What’s in Season: Fall Recipes


Angela’s Enlightened & Caramelized Yams

Ingredients 3 or 4 same-sized yams for slicing, sliced into 1/2 inch rounds (If they're smaller, like the ones pictured, leave them be. If bigger, cut your rounds in half). Butler Meats Pomegranate Red Pepper Rub and chipotle powder to taste Instructions Angela puts...

What’s in Season: Winter Recipes


Green Beans and Bacon

Recipe by Amanda Long, food blogger at The Homemade Cook.Warm wintery veggie side for the winter. Whether you serve it at the holidays or with any winter dinner, this side dish is classic and delicious. Ingredients2 lbs fresh green beans 2 - 4 slices of bacon ¼ c....

Breana Coons
Market Manager


We know it's an outdoor market, but due to our City Health Department, the only animals allowed at our market are registered service animals.