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Market 8/15/2015: Photos

A quick peek at some of the freshness. We're headed to the Canyon Farmers Market tomorrow morning with this stuff and it won't last long.

Herbs: They're magic!

Do you make pizza or pasta at home? You won't believe what happens when you make it with Smiling Coyote Farm's just-picked fresh herbs. Try some oregano, marjoram, or basil. It's magic, that's what it is. Your friends and family won't believe how good this tastes. Magic: Really.

Chilies: Jalapeno, Tabasco, Cayenne, and Poblano


If you make salsa, pico de gallo, tacos, burritos, nachos or any other Mexican or Tex-Mex specialty, our selection of fresh chilies will make yours really stand out. Impressive. Really. Your salsa will be like no other. Bring on the magic!

The "Americas" selection

Add a little dash of our Sizzling Southwest spice blend to an omelette and see what happens. Hint: It's that "magic" stuff again wink emoticon And, rub a steak or a chicken breast with it before flopping that baby on the grill. Yep, magic.

Young, tender yellow crookneck squash

 Nice tender yellow crookneck squash? Check!

Wow: Tomatoes!


Tomatoes? Check!

Coyote Tea


And wash it all down with some iced Coyote tea, right? Yep.

Should be a great market!

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