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Feb 02, 2009

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Cindy

I had *no* idea that the Falls Church farmer's market was open during the winter - wonderful news!!

I know what I'll be doing next Saturday.

Kate

I ALSO made my first visit to the Falls Church farmer's market this weekend. I got some good local wine, fresh farm eggs, organic pork shoulder, fresh salsa, and some granny smith apples. The vendors were diverse and friendly, and the prices at most of the stands were reasonable. Almost each stand has samples of every product available. If I had tried everything, I wouldn't have had room for lunch! I will definitely be going back frequently. Hopefully spreading the word about the market will help it to grow!

Ariel

This has inspired me to visit the Farmer's market this weekend!

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Our market has been a local "hidden treasure" for a few seasons ... enjoy!

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Stephanie

This market definitely deserves a look see. I am a veteran of shopping farmers markets but this one stood out for how helpful and friendly all the producers were and it's obvious they try to provide a nice mix of vendors. I will definitely be back (if for nothing else but the yumtastic Greek style yogurt from Blue Ridge Dairy...addictively good!).

Melissa

Are they the crepes that you eat in a cone like from the stands in Paris, or on a plate?

Jeffrey Socha

I just moved to Falls Church and will be sure to check ou this farmers market. I will be back to let you know what I thought.I will be sure to post on my blog about it as well. I have posted a link to your blog on my blog page.

Rachel

Melissa, the crepes are served in a cone - just like in Paris!

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