Eat Your Stems!

Zero-waste food solutions at Texas Farmers Market during Earth Month

Learn how to use every part of your vegetables at the Texas Farmers Market (courtesy of Texas Farmers Market)

Celebrate Earth Month every weekend this April for free, outside, and real close to plants thanks to programming cultivated by Texas Farmers Market.

At the Lakeline and Mueller Texas Farmers Market locations, step up to the Sample the Market Booth anytime for zero waste recipes and tips on how to use every bit of your produce, stems and all. Put a reminder on your calendar for these zero waste cooking demos and special events that are free and open to all.

Zero Waste Chef Demo with Monique Santua: Sunday, April 16, 11am-1pm, at Mueller
Monique Santua will show you how to use all of your produce, and how to waste none of it. The current chef at Birdies formerly cheffed at Lenoir, and is also a vet of a 2 Michelin Star farm-to-table restaurant in Slovenia. Santua is also the founder of Gastromonique, a personal chef and catering company focused on seasonal, sustainable, and locally sourced dining events.

Zero Waste Chef Demo: Saturday, April 22, 9am-1pm, at Lakeline
Stop by the compost booth for an interactive demo on what you can compost. Plus, check out a special zero waste chef demo 10am-12pm.

Zero Waste Recipes and Tips, Both Markets
Find more info every Saturday at Lakeline, 10am-12pm at the TFM info booth, and every Sunday at Mueller 11am-1pm in front of the Pavilion.

TFM operates rain or shine. Visit Lakeline in the Cedar Park/North Austin area on Saturdays from 9am–1pm at 11200 Lakeline Mall Drive, and the Mueller market at the Pavilion at Mary Elizabeth Branch Park at 2006 Philomena Street on Sundays from 10am–2pm.

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