You always can find fantastic local produce every Saturday at Legion Park on Biscayne and 66th from 9-2 pm. This fine farmers market runs all year and we do as well. At this particular one we bring new treats on a weekly basis. You can also find us in Coral Gables at the end of miracle mile every Saturday from 8 -2pm. This market is one of the biggest in Florida and runs winter only until the end of March.
Sundays we are in Coral Springs at 9405 NW 31 Court. We alternate between this and Parkland, Sunday at 9- 1pm, located at 3300 Ranch Road.
Other than that you find us at Legion Park, all year right there at the possibly only farmers market in Miami with local and rare organic produce. There are hundreds of fruits growing in the Redlands, many of them you could sample at Legion park straight from the farm. The guys at Urban Oasis Project run the market as a non profit, so the carrots you buy double up as charity.
We locally find great Kamut and Spelt based breads at The Grateful Bread, at 927 Northeast 125th Street, they mill some of our grains and manufacture organic breads and crackers. We also share the same source for organic stone ground wheat and Rye. Those grains have among the highest mineral and protein numbers on the entire continent, which is the reason we use them.
Thanks go out to Ellen Kanner, a stellar food writer who introduces us in her Huffington Post blog, www.huffingtonpost.com/ellen-kanner.
The daily candy blogspot wrote a song for us, something new, just don’t make me sing it, www.dailycandy.com.
Q: How should I store my Crackerman breads and crackers ?
A: We recommend to store the breads in a closed plastic bag in the refrigerator and reheat the slices between 10 to 15 seconds in the microwave or toast them to your liking. The German says they need organic butter......
The shelf life refrigerated is up to six weeks, frozen breads will keep up to one year.
The crackers are best kept in the resealable bag they come in. Keep the bag closed in your pantry, our Southern humidity would make them soggy within a few hours. Shelf life for those is up to 3 months.