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Kathy Stephenson has been the food writer at The Tribune since 2000. A Utah native, Stephenson's first job was picking zucchini on her grandparent's Kaysville farm. Every Christmas, Stephenson's neighbors and colleagues look forward to getting a plate of her baklava. Last year, she gave away nearly 300 pieces.

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(Kathy Stephenson | The Salt Lake Tribune) There may be snow outside, but Utahns will still be able to get greenhouse tomatoes and other fresh produce at two winter markets taking place on Saturday, Nov. 17.
New winter market opens Saturday

Summer may be over, but Utahns can still get fresh food straight from the source on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the kick-off of the new Downtown "pop up" market.

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Sponsored by the Downtown Alliance, the market runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Rico Warehouse, 545 W. 700 South, Salt Lake City. This winter market will "pop up" once each month through April at a different Salt Lake City location. (This week’s vendor list is posted below)

Can’t make it to this market? There are two other options:

State Fairpark Saturday market » On the first and third Saturday of each month, through March 16, vendors will sell produce, food products, crafts and holiday items at the The Utah State Fair Park, 155 N. 1000 West, Salt Lake City. The market is open this Saturday, Nov. 17, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Closed Dec. 15 and 29). For information, call 801-538-8400 or visit utahstatefair.com/wintermarket.

Wheeler Farm Sunday market » Produce and other items from local venders will be sold on the first Sunday of every month at Wheeler Farm, 6351 S. 900 East, Murray. The market will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. through March. The next event is Sunday, Dec. 2. For details, visit wasatchfrontfarmersmarket.org.

Downtown Pop-Up Market Vendor list:

Pierre Country Bakery » Homemade stuffing, pastries, breads and baked goods

Love Muffins Bakery » Gluten-free baked goods

Red Bicycle Breadworks » Artisan breads using local ingredients

SugarDaddy Sweet Shoppe » Delectable desserts using local ingredients

Asian & Heirlooms » organically-grown Asian and heirloom vegetables

Blue Spring Farm » local, organic vegetables

Jensen Farms » apples, pears, and vegetables

Mololo Greenhouse and Nursery » local produce

Paul’s Vegetable Farm » chemical-free produce and free-range eggs

Pyne Farms » apples and other tree fruit

Wyomatoes » certified-organic greenhouse tomatoes, basil, and cucumbers

Zoe’s Natural Garden » organically-grown greens and veggies

Clifford Family Farm » pork, chicken, eggs, honey and winter greens

Amour Spreads » Artisan jams and marmalades

Cheese Bread Mania » Gluten-free Brazilian cheesebread

Chocolate Conspiracy » raw artisan chocolate and hot chocolate

Dessert Bites » bite-sized and individual-sized treats

Laziz » Lebanese hummus and spreads

Millcreek Olive Oil » extra virgin olive oils

Yummy Products » fresh salsa and other yummy products

Sugared » artisan confections

Tankinz Noodle » fresh pasta in Tuscan and Asian styles

Tequenos Factory » gourmet cheese sticks

Terrapin Station Smokin’ Co. » smokehouse products, barbeque sauce, and roasted nuts

Tree Hugger Foods » European-style granola

Blue Star Juice and Coffee » Fresh-squeezed juice and coffee

Chow Truck »Haute Asian Cuisine

Rico’s » Authentic Mexican

Lewis Brothers Food Services » Eclectic street food

SugarBear » Kettlekorn, Roasted Nuts & Chainsaw Carvings

Utah State Extension Office Salt Lake » Comprehensive information on home gardening



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