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This week

Register Cracker Farm

Egg Plant,
Purple and succulent
Chickens cooperating.
Plentiful & tasty.

Shoebox Herb Gardens

Mini Dark Chocolate Peppermint S’mores pies.
Vinegar Pepper Infusions,
Cherry-Blueberry Pie in a Jar (Jam is BACK for a limited time!!!!)

We will also be participating in Crystal River Mall’s Disabled Veterans chili cook off in the “new” WestEnd on Saturday,

Gaia’s Creamery

Fresh crop Pecans are available now.

Pickup is Thursday January 23th
Usual time and place.

Your CCLG Team

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Eggs are back


Register Cracker Farm

After their rest the hens are laying again. Burma Register shared with me that she saw an increase immediately after discussing Chicken Pot Pie!!!!

Autumns Cakery

A new grower. (Yes we call all vendors growers). Look for the Triple Chocolate Cake. It is awesome. Yes I had a sample.

Autumns husband Jamie takes care of the Jerky. Spicy Beef Jerky. Made with humanely raised, vegetarian fed, non-hormone or antibiotic injected beef. Marinated in Worcestershire Sauce and sprinkled with special peppery spices. This is not a “HOT” jerky, but the spice level has a little heat. Very addicting.

Gaia’s Creamery

Fresh crop Pecans are available now.

Pickup is Thursday January 9th
Usual time and place.

Your CCLG Team

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New Year 2014

New Year Resolutions

  • Eat Healthier, Chemical & Pesticide Free.
  • Support Local Agriculture.
  • Support Local Business.

3 Rock Farm

  • Baby Bok Choy
  • Mustard Greens
  • Collard Greens

Register Cracker Farm

  • Green Cabbage, Approx. 3lbs Florida Grown
  • Tomatoes, Florida Grown
  • Butternut Squash, Wow on price

Florida Fresh Meat

All our Meat is Hormone and Antibiotic Free. Raised and Harvested Locally.
Ground Beef is a good choice for you and your family to try the natural flavor of healthy beef.

Gaia’s Creamery

Mozzarella Cheese, is available along with our other offerings this week.

Shoebox Herb Gardens

  • Honey-Cold Buster. Infused with Lemon and Ginger.

Pickup is Thursday January 2nd
Usual time and place.

Wishing you and your family a very Happy, Healthy Joyful, and Prosperous New Year

Your CCLG Team

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Christmas Market

Thanks go to those that responded to the quick poll. NO Market Christmas Week by a 4 to 1 margin.

So this week is the Christmas Market.

SaraFay Farm

Great gifts or something to enjoy for yourself
Gluten Free Cranberry Walnut Loaf $8.00
Ginger Bread Loaf $6.00 (May contain Gluten)

Register Cracker Farm

Full range of vegetables for your holiday table.

Tomatoes are coming from sister farms in South Florida, they are plentiful so prices are right for canning.

3 Rock Farm

Baby Bok Choy
Use as a different vegetable for Christmas Dinner. Add to soups stir fry or salad $3.00 8oz bag. (No Waste)

Mixed Salad and Arugula are all greenhouse grown, in organic compost.
Great for a tasty salad during the holidays.

Farm Fresh Honey

Christmas Honey Sale, 1Qt Jar plus free Honey Bear for easy use, Fall Wildflower – Local Marion County

A jar of honey or a honeycomb makes a very acceptable gift.

Florida Fresh Meat

Just a few hams available.

That grass fed beef taste is always welcome at meal time.
Try some New York strip Steak or perhaps a chicken to roast.

Call 352.533.8921 to discuss your order.

Shoebox Herb Gardens

Look at the great range of gift baskets, just type “basket” into the search box.

This is the last market of the year.
Our Next market will be January 2nd 2014
Let us take this opportunity to thank you for your support during the past year, and wish you and your family a very Happy Christmas and Joyful, Prosperous and Healthy New Year

Your CCLG Team

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Quick Poll - Christmas Market

With Christmas Day on a Wednesday this year this gives us just the Monday prior to Christmas for a Market. That would mean just 3 days between Markets.

Question: Monday Market
or No Market Christmas week.

So please email you preference to
Please vote by Midnight Friday December 13th.

Many thanks


It is the Season

This week let us start with a picture of crops in the ground.

3 Rock Farm Winter Garden

Taken late November 2013

With the greens starting to show and the Papaya tress in the back ground.This will be in full production late December and January.
With offerings including Fresh Lettuce, Mouthwatering Jams and Cobblers. Plants including the Papaya trees in the background. Sure is worth a moment to browse their offerings.

Florida Fresh Meat

A new delivery of chickens arrived this week. These local, Dunnellon, chickens are my favorite for a Sunday Roast as they are the best I have ever tasted.
Special Order Line. Want to discuss your requirement before you place the order. Call 352.533.8921
Christmas Ham, and Beef orders being taken now.

Gaia’s Creamery

Here we have an expanded dairy offering. Watch this space new things coming.

Register Cracker Farm

Tomatoes are coming on strong. Anticipate bulk buys for canning soon. Carrots continue to be of good quality and the squash can always be relied upon. Corn will be here soon. Fresh from South Florida. Please do remember that products that are grown without pesticides may contain a few minor pests or otherwise be a little less than perfect when compared to their chemical and pesticide laden cousins.

Roxies Garden

This week sees Lemon Grass being offered again. Use the thick part in soups and stews. I takes a while to soften, but so worth it.

Shoe Box Herb Gardens

Back from a week off. Now with a range of seasonal gift baskets, do not forget the sauces and jams.

Simply Seafood

Fresh Clams from Cedar Key with some Alfredo sauce and angel hair pasta, make a great evening meal.

Thank you for supporting your On-line Farmers Market.

See you at pickup!

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After Thanksgiving

The week after Thanksgiving sees the late fall crops coming in. Always nice to have Strawberries over the Thanksgiving period.

From 3 Rock Farm
Wintertime means Fresh Greens! This week we have 2 kinds of kale – Sweet Russian and Toscano, (aka Dinosaur Kale), mustard greens and fresh arugula. Perhaps the last of the Satsuma Tangerines.

Shoebox Herb Gardens is taking a vacation this week but will be back next.

Thank you for supporting your On-line Farmers Market.

See you at pickup!

This link will take you there.


Thanksgiving Market

Market is OPEN
Market Closes Sunday Midnight
Pickup is TUESDAY usual time & place.

As you prepare your Thanksgiving meals, here are some items that might be useful and healthy.


Fresh picked, no wax or color added. Just like nature intended! Small, but extremely sweet and juicy, easy to peel and seedless! Makes awesome juice.


Potatoes, Squash, Onoions, Caarrots


Strawberries, Navel Red Oranges and regular navel oranges.

Organic Vietnamese Cinnamon – 5% oil.

Vietnamese cinnamon is the strongest, richest, and sweetest cinnamon around. For traditional cinnamon recipes such as gooey cinnamon rolls, the vibrant flavor of Vietnamese cinnamon really shines.

Tea – Organic China Black (Orange Pekoe)

Orange pekoe tea, which should not be confused with herbal tea, is a type of black tea which has several health benefits. There have been multiple studies investigating the effects of tea on cardiovascular disease prevention. Rutin, which is a compound found in orange pekoe tea, has antioxidant properties according to Ihme and colleagues in a 1996 article from the “European Journal of Pharmacology.” Antioxidants help to counteract free radicals preventing them from damaging tissues of the body. Thus, antioxidants helps to combat premature aging. Orange pekoe tea’s rutin compound may help improve venous circulation.

Pie – 9" Pumpkin

Made with REAL pumpkins from Register Cracker Farm!

Cranberry Sauce

Just in time for Thanksgiving… Homemade Cranberry Sauce!! You don’t have to tell them YOU didn’t make it… it’s still homemade! Ingredients: Cranberries, Orange Juice, Sugar

Meats from Florida-Beef, Pork, Chicken, Lamb, Goat and Gator

All meats from Florida Fresh Meat are raised locally and naturally. Beef are grass fed, along with Pork, Chicken and Goat they are all raised in open fields. NO HORMONES, NO ANTIBIOTICS and CHEMICAL FREE. Try a Bottom Round Roast, Pork Loin Roast, Lamb Roast. or maybe some Ground Beef to make your signature Hamburgers even tastier.

Whole Milk, Cheese and Eggs

Checkout these offerings, all from LOCAL small farms.


Sweeten you thanks giving dishes with honey from local apiaries.

Search Tip

On the Market Page select “All Products”
Then find the Search Box in the center of the page and enter a key word e.g Beef Lettuce etc. Press search and all the offering will be there.

We give Thanks for your support of local agriculture and your On-line Farmers Market.

See you at pickup! On Tuesday.

The CCLG Team wishes you and your family a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving.

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Change of Pickup Day for Thanksgiving

This week we start to see the first of the seasonal fruits for the holidays. Talking of holidays next Thursday is Thanksgiving Day.

Change of pickup day for Thanksgiving Week.
The market will open Friday November 22 and will close late Sunday 24th. Pickup will be on Tuesday at the usual place and time.

Register Cracker Farm
*Oranges Red Navel
*Oranges Navel

Shoebox Herb Gardens
*Fresh Homemade Cranberry Sauce
*Homemade Pumpkin Pie
*Orange Marmalade (Made with oranges from Register cracker Farms Orange Groves in Altura FL.)

3 Rock Farm
*Chickens are laying again. Eggs available

Thank you for supporting your On-line Farmers Market.

See you at pickup!

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Oops! Thanksgiving is NOT next week!

Hi Guys:
Mike has just informed me I made a mistake on the dates in my last email. So sorry! Hope I didn’t panic anyone!!

This week is business as usual. NEXT WEEK IS ALSO BUSINESS AS USUAL.

The following week we will be doing market on Tuesday, November 26th (NOT the 19th, as previously emailed) so you can shop in time to cook for Thanksgiving.

Sorry for the confusion.

See you at pickup!

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