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CUESA E-letter: Preserving a Legacy

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CUESA's Weekly E-Letter | June 15, 2018
FEATURE
Preserving the Legacy of Marshall's Farm
Next week is National Pollinator Week, a time to celebrate the vital role of bees within our ecosystems and agriculture. And there are few people in the world who have advocated for bees as sweetly as Spencer and Helene Marshall of Marshall's Farm Natural Honey. Through Bay Area farmers markets like the Ferry Plaza, the Marshalls have educated thousands of market-goers about the importance of bees, with a focus on their delicious varietal honeys, sourced from our Bay Area food shed.
Since Helene's sudden passing two years ago, Spencer has been beekeeping and running the honey business on his own, and he is getting ready to retire. The farm is for sale, and the family is looking for a buyer who will carry on what the Marshalls started. Helene's daughter, Tamara Rubin, shares why the Marshall's Farm legacy is so important to preserve.
MARKET FLAVORS
This Week's Picks
Figs  |  Costata Romensco squash  |  Padron peppers
 |  Plums  |  Sunflowers  |  Raspberries  |  Corn  |  Bacon  |  Parsley  |  Broccoli di cicco
OAKLAND COCKTAILS
Party Under the Palms: Summer Cocktails of the Farmers Market
Wednesday, August 1 | Unwind under the palm trees at Jack London Square with the coolest craft cocktails as CUESA and the United States Bartenders Guild present the second annual Oakland edition of the popular Cocktails of the Farmers Market fundraiser.
TASTY TACOS FOR GOOD
Tacolicious' Guest Chef Tacos Series
Thursdays | Tacolicious's Summer Guest Chef Taco Series continues! Visit the T-lish stand on Thursdays to taste some of the finest tacos around, made by the Bay Area's hottest chefs. Next week will feature a taco with Garlic Crickets and pasilla pepper crema by Monica Martinez of Don Bugito. Proceeds from the tacos benefit CUESA's Schoolyard to Market program.
CUESA TALK
The Future of Food: Women Farmers at the Forefront
Monday, June 25 | Women farmers are coming up with innovative solutions to our current global challenges. Join us at the Ferry Building for an evening talk with women farmers who are sustaining the health of our planet and communities, each in her own unique way.
SEASONAL RECIPE
Sheet Pan Frittata
Chef Paige Boger shares a recipe for a hearty breakfast or brunch frittata topped with a super greens pesto.You can make the frittata ahead and freeze it, popping individual pieces into a toaster oven for 3-5 minutes to defrost or warm before eating.
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Saturday, Tuesday, Thursday
FEATURED FARM
Back for the Season: Sierra Cascade Blueberry Farm
A market shopper favorite and one of the oldest blueberry farms in California is back at the market: Sierra Cascade Blueberry Farm! The Carlons' goal is to replicate nature and produce high quality blueberries with no off-farm inputs. Get them while you can!
MARKET TO TABLE
Upcoming Programs   
Farm to Table Tasting with Students from the International Culinary Center | Saturday, June 16 | 12:00 pm
Market to Table Demo: William Werner, Craftsman and Wolves, featuring Yerena Farms | Saturday, June 23 | 10:30 am
Jack London Square Farmers Market: Sunday
COMMUNITY TENT
Oakland Museum of California
Visit the community tent this Sunday at the market for a special family craft with the Oakland Museum of California! Make your own seed bomb to take home, inspired by the exhibition "Take Root: Oakland Grows Food" at OMCA. 
MARKET TO TABLE
Upcoming Programs
Pop-Up Food Shed: Biodiversity | Sunday, June 17 | 11:30 am
Market to Table Demo: Frances Wilson, The Field Kitchen | Sunday, June 24 | 12:00 pm
Mission Community Market: Thursday
FEATURED FARM
New at Mission! G&S Farms
The wait is over: sweet and juicy corn is back at the market. Shoppers can find G&S Farms at the Saturday Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and now at Mission Community Market on Thursdays too!
MARKET TO TABLE & LIVE MUSIC
Upcoming Programs
Seasonal Market Tasting: Biodiversity in the Market | Thursday, June 24 | 5:00 pm
Monica Fimbrez | Thursday, June 24| 4-6 pm
Music: Bryce Majors | Thursday, June 24 | 6-8 pm
Community Happenings

Urban Sprouts Solstice Carnival | June 16 | SF
Nigel Walker's Memorial at Eatwell Farm | June 17 | Dixon
Refugee Food Festival | June 19 | SF
Tasting Menu: Food as Healing with Real Food Real Stories | June 21 | SF
Lonely Mountain Farm Dinner | July 22 | Watsonville
Market Update
This is the most up-to-date info about this week's seller attendance at the time of publication. Please stop by the CUESA Info Booth for a market map or check online for any last-minute changes.
  Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Saturday | June 16
La Cocina Pop-Up for June: Bovino Jerky Returning: G&S Farms, Marla Bakery, Mountain Ranch Organically Grown Out: Volcano Kimchi Father's Day Pop-Up: Bisou Chocolate
Jack London Square Farmers Market: Sunday | June 17 Out: Big Paw Olive Oil Company, The Sharp Brothers Community Tent: Oakland Museum of CA
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Tuesday | June 19 Returning: Sun Tracker Farm
Out: Snyders Honey
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Thursday | June 21 Returning: Guest Chef Taco at Tacolicious

Mission Community Market: Thursday | June 21
Returning: Iacopi Farm, Noodle Girl, Urban Sprouts
Out: Alejandro's Trade, Volcano Kimchi
Music:  Music: Monica Fimbrez (4-6 pm),  Music: Bryce Majors (6-8pm)
CUESA, 1 Ferry Building, Suite 50, San Francisco, CA 94111
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