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Lady Locavores Honor International Women's Day!

In honor of international women's day on March 8th, Community Farmers Markets is hosting an evening celebrating the amazing women chefs, farmers, and artisans in our community.

The event will be from 6–8 pm. The food and beverages will be curated by a team of female chefs and bartenders, sourced from local female farmers and artisans. There will be a silent auction featuring locally created products, and an awards ceremony. Participating Chefs: Andrea Blanton – CFM Educational Chef / Le Lovebird Leaf Carolynn Ladd – CFM Educational Chef / A Date With Figs

Jennifer Hill Booker – Chef and Cookbook Author Holly Chute – Georgia Grown Jessamine Starr – Good Food Truck Julia Schneider – CFM Educational Chef Mercedes Melendez – CFM Educational Chef / Fox + Flower Yohana Solomon – Kushina Catering Mwandisha Gaitor – 2 Pieces of Toast Atl Maricela Vega – ChicomecóATL - Responsibly Made Sarah O'Brien – The Little Tart Bakeshop Taylor Webber – Pea Ridge Maria Moore Riggs – Revolution Doughnuts Dale Ralston – La Calavera Bakery Mistye Momon – Buttafly Kisses LLC Quianah Upton – Chop It Up ATL Raisha Williams – Intimate Cravings Participating Bartenders: Kendall Dreyer – Poor Hendrix & Pour Cocktail Tiffanie Barriere – The Drinking Coach Rosie Blair – Empire State South Melanie Wade – Cultured South serving Golda Kombucha Nicole Bluh and Almeta Tulloss – Cherokee Moon Mixology ...and more coming! The event will be hosted at The Trolley Barn in Inman Park. Please reserve your space by purchasing tickets online in advance. Funds raised from this event will be directed towards CFM's culinary education program, which helps increase food and nutritional literacy through at-market and outreach cooking demonstrations. Lady Locavores is proudly sponsored by PeachDish, an Atlanta-based mealkit service that puts local farmers first.

Chef Jennifer's

Cooking Tips:


Plan your menu around your grocer's weekly sales ad. Your ingredients will be in stock, in season, and on sale!


Shop, Cook & Eat Seasonally. In-season produce is fresh, inexpensive, and tasty!


Cook Once & Eat Twice. Cook a double batch of dishes like soups, beans and chili-for those days you don't feel like cooking!

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