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Fun facts


Rosemary isn’t just fragrant herb that everyone loves, it helps enhance your memory and could even help prevent your brain from aging. It is rich in antioxidants and contains a component that is believed to help protect the eyes against macular degeneration (age-related deterioration).

How to store fresh herbs


Regardless of how carefully you select or refrigerate fresh cut herbs, they are highly perishable. Basil and cilantro will lasts about a week on average in the fridge. Parsley and oregano will keep A little longer as they are a little tougher.  Thyme and rosemary will last a couple of weeks as they are more resilient. 

Cool freezer tricks


To preserve fresh herbs longer, chop them up and place in ice cube trays with stock or water. Believe it or not, you can freeze them then transfer the herb cubes into a plastic bag and keep frozen. I add the actual cubes to my soups on the stove or in the crock pot. When you have Italian herbs and you're making sauce, just drop the cubes in your sauce!

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Don't miss us every Saturday 9am - 12pm at the Piedmont Farmer's Market in Concord, N.C. now through March. We are able to deliver to food venues, elder care facilities and local businesses within a 30 mile radius.

What's next

We will be adding exquisite spices and teas in 2019. Join us as we embark on the journey of eating healthy, feeling good and inspiring others all while improving community relationships. 


It was so awesome to meet the owners and learn about how easy it is to grow herbs in my little kitchen. Every week they have something new and we love stopping by for the surprise!    Bo and Lisa - Concord

Current deals

With herbs, vegetables and house plants starting at just $2, why wouldn't you buy locally?  Our specials change weekly so keep in touch.

Featured recipe

1/4 cup loosely packed finely chopped mint leaves, 1/4 cup boiling water, 2 tablespoons cider vinegar, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1/8 teaspoon pepper - Steep for 20 minutes altogether.  Submitted by:  Skylar

Storing dry herbs

Bake your fresh herbs on a cookie sheet or use a dehydrator. Remove all moisture. Once dry, mix everything then store it in a tightly sealed jar. Shelf life is about a year.


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Piedmont Farmers Market hours: 8am -12pm every Saturday rain or shine @ 518 Winecoff School Road in Concord, N.C. 28027

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