The Greensboro Farmers Market (501 Yanceyville Street) will host their "Love Your Local” French Toast Fundraiser Breakfast on Saturday, February 19 from 8am -11:30 am.
The "Love your Local” French Toast Breakfast fundraiser event is an annual celebration of local ingredients available from market producers and farmers during the Winter Market.
Guest chef Tracy Furman (Riva's Italian Trattoria, Blue Spoon Cafe & Cooking school) will prepare this tasty breakfast signature recipe featuring French Toast made with farm-fresh eggs from Massey Creek Farms and thickly sliced sour dough artisan bread from Piedmont International Bakery.
The plate is $8 per dish which includes two slices of French Toast with a choice of toppings (butter, syrup, jam, honey). A choice of sides include Neese’s Country Sausage patty or bacon or orange juice for an additional $2.
Breakfast will be served "to go" to enjoy at home or dine in the Market café.
Proceeds from monthly fundraisers benefit Greensboro Farmers Market, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit, to underwrite food security programs and operations.
Tickets can be purchased here or in person at the Market info hub on Saturdays prior to the event. A limited number of plates will be available to purchase on the day of the event.
The Greensboro Farmers Curb Market is open year-round on Saturdays from 7:30 am to 12 noon on Saturdays (and seasonally on Wednesdays mid April to October 8 am to 12 noon). The historic market is located at 501 Yanceyville Street. The market features ATM, a Lending Library, Hot Tea and Coffee vendors.
Vendors are farmers, food artisans and craft producers from 100 mile of origination from Greensboro and one can buy direct from the grower, baker and makers: Vegetables and fruits, eggs, seafood, lamb, beef, pork, milk and ice cream, honey, grains, CBD Hemp, baked goods, prepared foods, mediterranean specialties, flowers, plants, body care, jewelry, and much more.
All products grown in North Carolina and the perimeter of Virginia and South Carolina. The Market also holds special events including an Antique/Funky Finds Sale in March, Plant & Garden show in April and a artisan markets ( May 1) and holiday markets in November and December. For more information visit, GSOFarmersMarket.Org
The Market follows City of Greensboro and Guilford County COVID protocols.