Dorchester Community Food Co-op

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Feb 10 Dorchester Winter Farmers’ Market cancelled due to snow emergency

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Due to the snow emergency, many of our vendors are still without power and will not be able to make it to the market tomorrow, so we will have to cancel!  We will reschedule Kickass Cupcakes and GaBrilla Ballard for later in the season.

However–we are very excited about the big seafood event at the market next Sunday, February 17! This will be a big day–please spread the word!

Sundays 12-4 pm at the Codman Square Great Hall
@ the Market Sunday February 17

CELEBRATE THE FRUITS OF OUR OCEAN

¡Celebrar los frutos de nuestro mar!
Selebre Fwi ki nan lanmè nou an
Celebrar os frutos do nosso mar
Kỷ niệm Quả biển của chúng tôi

Discover the variety of fresh local seafood available at the farmers’ markets, see local chefs in action as they cook their favorite seafood recipes, sample delicious dishes prepared right before your eyes. The Dorchester Winter Farmers’ Market will feature Chef Karen Henry Garrett of Dot 2 Dot Café and Chef Ananda Pokhrel of Shanti Taste of India. Our guest chefs will prepare seafood dishes based on the local catch of the day and fresh ingredients from vendors of the market. Tastings will be available for pre-registered participants. (You can register right at the market) Filet demos by Red’s Best and children’s activities will also take place at the market.

This event is presented by Boston Collaborative for Food and Fitness in partnership with Northeast Marine Atlantic Alliance (NAMA) and Health Care Without Harm. Project supported by Boston Children’s Hospital.

Let us know if you plan to attend. Click HERE to join us on Facebook!

Also at the market on Feb 17:
The Food Trucks have returned!
Welcome Mei Mei Street Kitchen

This Boston-based food truck serves creative Chinese-American cuisine made from locally sourced, sustainable ingredients. They pride themselves on serving humanely raised meat, produce from small farms, and some of the most creatively delicious street food out there.

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