Sunday-time and the Living is Easy

The Thrill of the Grill!

This Sunday will mark the return of Fat Daddy's BBQ, a perennial favorite with market customers. Fat Daddy, Albert Rayford, will be dusting off the grill and busting out the cooker for some inspired chicken, ribs, and links to remind you that summer is just around the corner. Stop by and see what's cooking!

If you are thinking of your own barbecue don't pass up Scott's sausages at the Fifth Quarter, Split Rail Farm's pork and lamb. plus organic grass fed beef from Casa Rosa Farms. Throw some onions on the grill along with some potatoes or other veggies and yes, "the living is easy". Have you ever wondered what the difference is between grilling and barbecuing? Wonder no more - the question is answered here.

Amazing Flowers, Great Prices

Thomas Farm's flowers are a sight to behold; the color, the variety, the brilliance of spring is alive. So many flowers to choose from that it is difficult to decide. Thomas Farm makes it easy with their prices. 

Happy shopping. See you Sunday.
Chris Hall
Your Market Manager (AKA El Jefe)
music at Kensington Farmers' Market

John Roy Zat Trio

The John Roy Zat Trio will be here to entertain. Beside John there will be Dorcas on vocals and accordion with Patty Hammond on bass.

These guys know how to have fun and you will too listening to many of John's originals along with some favorite tunes you already know.

BBQ Recipes

Pork Barbecue Sandwiches
Something nice and spicy for lunch.

Lamp Chops for Dinner
See market vendors for lamb.

BBQ Sauce for All
Yummy, finger-licking sauce for any meat.
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