With winter lingers here, I am thinking about a medic table for 2017. I upgrade to a table from a mobile medical kit. When working with permaculture, and outdoor medic table will be ideal to accommodate emergencies without house disruption. The bright and cheerful colors will be a feature during the "You are one in a melon" season… Continue reading Cara fully Prepared: Medic Table
Available through http://www.farmersmarket.com.... Hoosier Style with Sweet corn, tomato and Pinto beans with ample amounts of Gumbo file balance with the jalapeno pepper. Red Beans and rice is so nice in the slow cooker. This smoky not spicy flavor gives a Midwestern twist to the dish. Also available at http://www.farmersmarket.com is Smoked Cajun lentils.
On a damp January day, the smell of lavender and calendula fills my home. Ready to reclaim the mason jars, I was determined to fill the sachets with my home grown lavender and calendula. Recipe: 2 Tablespoons of Epsom Salt 1 Tablespoon Lavender Blossom 1 Tablespoon Calendula Keep the tub clean and use linen drawstring sachets
U-Relish Farm hosted the all employee open house for the Cummins Headquarters in the Market District of downtown Indianapolis. Guest were treated to a hot crockpot rice pudding and invited to Indianapolis City Market Monday through Saturday 10:00 to 3:00p.m.
Seek the heartwarming moments of simple suppers. How often we worry about the decorations inside and out as we anticipate the arrival of guests we have to impress, only to discover that the love manifested by smell creates a magic mist that gilds everything far more than any tinsel or bow.
Apothecara: Laundry Room Wildcrafting A step by step on how to use the crockpot for a non edible but topical balm for your skin. Below is a checklist of materials to maximize your money with the use of the slow cooker. You got this gear, now get the laundry room ready for some wildcrafting. A… Continue reading Apothecara: Sage Salve
A Pinch of Wisdom from INDIANAPOLIS CITY MARKET U-Relish Farm shares timeless traditions Indianapolis – Featured in the September issue of the Indianapolis Monthly, Cara Dafforn, Executive Manager will offer wisdom to master the household economy. This keeper of the hearth, draws upon her study of the civil war as a Living Historian… Continue reading Apothecara: Pinch of Wisdom
A Timeless Tradition: Christmas in July FREE FAMILY FUN: The Amazing Santa Scramble, Face Painting and Play with your Food Activity Center Santa is on vacation so Mrs. Claus is visiting Historic City Market for Indiana’s Bicentennial celebration at the Historic Hall of Agriculture. Come play with your food in our activity center presented by… Continue reading Christmas in July at City Market
Melted ice from the long weekend is tossed onto the sun drench annual raised beds. Plucking peas with a furious frenzy before the sun sets and we awake for the Original Farmer's Market at the Historic Hall of Agriculture.
In 2016 the Historic City Market received the endorsement as an Official Legacy Project of the Indiana Bicentennial Commission, this is the narrative that will be submitted to the Indiana State Archives acknowledging all the participants of this project. The Bicentennial Bazaar was threefold in its significance; historical in the knowledge and appreciation of the history… Continue reading Indiana State Archives: Bicentennial Bazaar Narrative