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Dates are the fruit of the date palm tree (Phoenix dactylifera). Date trees are native to the Middle East and North Africa and were imported to Arizona in the early 1900s, where they thrived in the desert climate. Generally, the date palm grows about 75 feet tall. Its...

Plant-Based Guide to PFM

Local, fresh, plant-based eating has never been more accessible, thanks to all of the hard-working vendors. There is a plethora of local food and craft vendors at PFM that offer plant-based products, you just have to know where to find them! Assistant Market Manager,...

Hayden Flour Mills

We're thrilled that Hayden Flour Mills will be donating AZ-grown heritage flour for our Farm to Table Dinner next month and wanted to share more about this amazing business.  Hayden Flour Mills is bringing flavor and nutrition back to wheat Hayden Flour Mills...

Update: Seasonal Cooking Class

Update: Seasonal Cooking Class

Cooking up seasonal produce requires some tools, some planning, and a pinch of creativity. Luckily we have several local experts to help, including Aimee Novak and Rebecca Serratos of University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, and Shanti Rade of Whipstone Farm. I...

Seasonal Recipes: Part I

One of my favorite ways to spend time at the market is asking our farmers about their favorite ways to cook the vegetables they're selling at their booths. When you start with the highest quality, seasonal ingredients, you can't go wrong with simple preparation. Chef...

Okra Recipes

Here are 3 recipes to use our featured vegetable of the week: OKRA! Braised Chicken Gumbo Spicy Okra and Tomatoes Grilled Okra with Spicy Chipotle Dipping Sauce Not sure if you like the "slimy" texture? Read this link for 3 tips on how to minimize the slime factor. ...

Where’s the fruit?

Where’s the fruit?

If you've been to a summer farmers market in California, Oregon, Washington or some other lush, temperate local, you probably witnessed an abundance of fruit. When you peruse one of our markets, you may have noticed that there aren't a lot of peaches, apples, berries...


The tomato is the fruit of Solanum lycopersicum—a nightshade plant in the Solanaceae family, which includes eggplant, peppers and potatoes. The tomato is native to South and Central America, where ancient peoples domesticated the wild plants. While the date of its...


June is prime time to eat peas! Peas are the seeds of the pods of Pisum sativum. The pods are botanically the fruit of the plant and, in the case of snow peas and snap peas, are as edible as the peas themselves. Modern pea varieties originated from the wild pea, which...


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