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We are rain or shine every Saturday 9a-1p & Sunday 10a-2p!
We are rain or shine every Saturday 9a-1p & Sunday 10a-2p!
Sweet potato season is here, along with cooler weather and at last some RAIN! Time to break out the sweaters, y'all. We are fully embracing fall and soup season being here at last - and what better ingredients for soup than farm fresh sweet potatoes, squash, garlic, onion, peppers, and more. Sweet potatoes are native to tropical areas of Central and South America, and have been consumed by native Americans for over 5000 years. They are starchy, sweet, and rich in fiber and potassium. We love dicing up large sweet potatoes for a filling soup or curry, or grabbing a bag of VRDNT's long, thin taters (below) that are perfectly sized for making fries. Drizzle them in some olive oil, herbs, salt & pepper, and pop them in the oven for an amazing snack. Their skin is so tender you don't need to peel them, just give them a good scrub first! 
FRESH AT THE MARKET: Click the image below to visit our Fresh at the Market page online, and find a list of what our farmers are bringing this weekend, what vendors are attending, market layouts, and more.


Arugula * Basil (sweet, Thai, lemon) * Beans * Beets (golden, red) * Bok choy * Carrots * Chard * Collard greens * Cucumbers * Eggplant (black beauty, purple, graffiti) * Garlic chives * Lemongrass * Lettuce * Melons (watermelon, cantaloupe, canary, Korean, Spanish) * Mint * Malabar spinach * Moringa * Okra * Onions * Parsley * Pears * Peas * Peppers (bell, jalapeño, shishito, habañero, serrano, Hungarian wax, banana) * Potatoes (Yukon, red) * Prickly pear * Radishes * Squash (butternut, spaghetti, delicata, acorn, yellow, zucchini) * Sweet potatoes * Sweet potato greens * Thyme * Tomatillos * Tomatoes * Turnips (white, Japanese)


Today marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month! This annual national celebration, which takes place September 15 - October 15, is a time to recognize the contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans on our collective history and culture. We're fortunate to have many amazing Hispanic-owned businesses who share their talents at our markets - take a look at the list below and be sure to follow and support them.
Austin Honey Co: Honey at Lakeline & Mueller
Beba's Pfresh Salsa: Salsa at Lakeline & Mueller
CTRUS: Organic smashed drinks at Lakeline & Mueller
Emadi Acres Farm: Seasonal fruits & veggies at Mueller
Indigo Soil: Potted succulents at Lakeline & Mueller
Mercado Sin Nombre: Corn tortillas, aguas frescas, & coffee at Mueller
Mesocano Foods: Flan, aguas frescas, & tortillas at Lakeline & Mueller
Plantas El Rey: Seasonal plants & herbs at Mueller
Que Sazon: Chilaquiles and sauces at Mueller
Red River Gardens: Native plants & herbs at Mueller
Talisman Coffee: Coffee at Lakeline & Mueller
Tamale Addiction: Tamales at Lakeline & Mueller
Teddy V. Pâtisserie: Chocolate Chip Cookies at Lakeline & Mueller
The Mom & Pops: Paletas at Lakeline & Mueller
Yapa Empanadas: Empanadas at Lakeline & Mueller



Growing up in Chile, Polo Valdes, the founder of Yapa Empanadas, ate empanadas every Sunday. When he settled in Texas with his wife, he started cooking the nostalgic Chilean plates of his country for his budding family and new Texas friends. He experimented with fillings and mastered the dough. The dough can’t be too dry or too greasy, and the filling can’t be lacking in flavor and must be generous in portion. Polo’s goal was to recreate the classic empanadas that he enjoyed growing up, as well as reflect the new culinary flavors he experienced in Texas. Now all Central Texans can enjoy the flavors of Polo’s Chilean childhood with Yapa's delicious savory and sweet empanadas. ⁠

Fun fact: “Yapa” means what is given without any obligation - a gift. The term has Mapuche and Quechua roots and in Andean markets it is still customary to ask for a yapa when making a purchase. The seller usually responds by throwing in a little extra. ⁠

Find Yapa Empanadas on Saturdays at Lakeline and Sundays at Mueller for the perfect snack while strolling!

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