Crossroads Community Food Network is working to improve community health through local food access programs and education for at-risk populations in Maryland’s Takoma/Langley Crossroads area and beyond. Read more about our mission…

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New Quarterly Newsletter: Keep Fresh Food on the Table!

August 21, 2014

We’ve started an organizational-wide e-newsletter to keep you up to date about all of our work – from the market, to the community kitchen and microenterprise training program, to our farm to school program. Read about our record-breaking farmers market season, recent awards we’ve gotten, and more. Check out the whole issue here!

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August 20 Market Newsletter: Would YOU eat Longbeak Rattlebox?

August 19, 2014

Crossroads Market is your freshest source for native Central American greens and herbs. Our most local Crossroads farmer, Rosa Linares, produces Mora, Rue, Hoja de Maiz, Chipilín (AKA Longbeak Rattlebox!) and more on her urban farm, precisely 2 miles from the market. Chipilín is a perennial legume in the clover family and is a source of protein, iron, calcium, and magnesium. Traditionally, […]

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Crossroads Farmers Market Lunch Menu

August 18, 2014

If you haven’t had lunch at our weekly market, stop by some Wednesday soon for some delicious eats!  See the menu, and more information on our prepared foods vendors, here.  

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August 13 Market Newsletter: FRESH new faces at Crossroads

August 12, 2014

Tomorrow @ Market: -Meet our new AmeriCorps VISTA members, Gabrielle & Katie -Try some watermelon & tomato salad courtesy of our friends at University of Maryland Extension -Listen to live music from LoveTap -Buy Chinese long beans, bitter melons, organic worm compost, tomatoes galore, watermelons, cantaloupes, beets, plums, homemade pasta and green garlic pesto, okra, leeks, […]

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