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Food May 11, 2007

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Co-ops

Organic Buying Club for Dallas/Fort Worth
Your Health Source Organic co-op groups across the D/FW region.
Pick-Your-Own Find pick-your-own produce across the state.

Eat Well Guide Find wholesome, fresh, sustainable food in your area.

Farmer’s markets

Big Town Farmer’s Market 8 a.m.-7 p.m. daily; Hwy. 80 at Big Town, Mesquite
Colleyville Farmer’s Market 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday; 5409 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville, (817) 427-2333
Dallas Farmer’s Market 6 a.m.-7 p.m. daily; 1010 S. Pearl Expwy., Dallas, (214)939-2808
Denton County Farmer’s Market 8 a.m.-sellout Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday; University at Bonnie Brae, Denton
Fairview Farms 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday; 3314 N. Central Expressway, Plano; (972) 422-2500
Farmers Branch Farmer’s Market 8 a.m.-sellout Wednesday & Saturday; 12731 Denton Drive, Farmers Branch
Grapevine Farmer’s Market 3 p.m. Wednesday, 8 a.m. Saturday; 701 S. Main St., Grapevine, (817) 410-3185
Sundance Farmer’s Market 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday; Houston & 3rd St., Ft. Worth

Groceries

Central Market Organic and whole foods and other healthy products.
Diet Gourmet Fresh, healthy food — delivered! And for the little ones: Lil’ Tummies.
Herb Mart Discount nutritional superstore with three Dallas locations.
Sprouts Specialing in farm-fresh produce, purchased from local growers when possible.
Whole Foods Market Organic and whole foods and other healthy products.

Paidom Meats Grass-fed beef, lamb, goat and eggs from the Panhandle, with deliveries to the metroplex every other month.

Restaurants

Breadhaus Family-owned bakery specializing in traditional rustic (and organic!) bread. 700 W. Dallas Road, Grapevine 76051; (817) 488-5223
Cupboard Natural Cafe Deli foods, salad bar, breakfast; part of a health food store. 200 Congress, Denton, (940) 387-5386
New Start Veggie Garden Vegan buffet. 2330 Royal Lane, Ste. 900, Dallas, (972) 243-0507
Nikolini Cafe Greek food, many veg choices. 2714 McKinney Ave, Dallas, (214) 954-0303
Snappy Salads Salad bar, non-veg wraps. 5915 Forest Ln. at Preston, Dallas, (972) 991-7627
Spiral Diner and Bakery Eclectic food, juices, plant-based; extensive menu of totally vegan foods. 1314 W. Magnolia Ave., Fort Worth, (817) 332-8834

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5 Responses to “Food”

  1. apconnect Says:

    http://www.picktexas.com/pyo/county/produce_guide2.htm

    Texas Fresh Produce Guide

    Texas farmers are throwing open the garden gate and inviting everyone to come
    out and get the pick of the crop in person. Just head out to the nearest
    pick-your-own operation and try your hand at harvesting your own vegetables,
    citrus, berries, peaches, apples, cut flowers and more this year and every year.
    And, if you don’t have time to pick, stop by a roadside stand or get produce
    already picked and ready for sale at the farm. We are pleased to provide this
    guide to finding the freshest produce available. Simply select a county or a
    product to begin your search.

    Remember to call ahead or check Web sites before driving out. As the season
    wanes, business hours may change and supplies may become less plentiful.

    PYO - Pick Your Own
    RS- Road Side Stand
    FP - Fresh Picked on the Farm Sales

    Sample Listings

    Fannin County

    Jenkins Farm (PYO, FP)
    Ten miles north of Bonham on Highway 78, turn west on FM 274 then go about 1.25
    miles.
    [email protected]
    (903) 583-2220
    Peaches, Plums, Blackberries

    Dallas County

    Sunnyvale Pecan Orchard (PYO)
    Take Highway 80 East, five miles east of Mesquite to the East Fork exit in
    Sunnyvale; on the north side of the East Fork bridge (Jot’m Down Store), turn
    right at the intersection (east) towards Forney on the two-way service road; go
    about a quarter mile and Rebecca Road will be on the left, then about one mile
    and orchard will be on the west side, 137 Rebecca Road.
    [email protected]
    www.e-pecan.org
    (972) 226-7243, (972) 226-1251
    Pecans

    Grayson County

    Bailey’s Berry Patch (PYO)
    Located halfway between Gainesville and Sherman, 905 Crawford Road. See
    directions on Web site.
    www.txberry.com
    (903) 564-6228
    Blackberries, Blueberries, Muscadine Grapes; (Mayhaws, Pluots, Plums and
    Persimmons by Appointment Only).
    Picnic areas, one-acre pond. Call ahead to make arrangements for groups.

    Kaufman County

    Ham’s Orchards (FP)
    Terrell, 1939 CR 309.
    [email protected]
    www.hamorchard.com
    (972) 524-2028
    Peaches, Blackberries, Raspberries, Plums, Nectarines, Apricots, Figs,
    Persimmons, Plumcots, Seasonal Vegetables

  2. apconnect Says:

    Sprouts is sprouting up in Southlake!

    Grand Opening Monday, June 18, 2007 at 8am
    Southlake, Texas
    220 Randol Mill Ave.
    Southlake, 76092

    (682) 223-5805

    Other Locations
    Coit & Legacy, Plano
    Cross Timbers & Morriss, Flower Mound
    Forest & Marsh, Dallas

    Sprouting Up Late Fall 2007
    Frisco, Texas- 5190 Preston Rd., 75034

  3. apconnect Says:

    Vegetarian or Vegan Restaurants

    Dallas (within loop)
    Cosmic Café, 2912 Oak Lawn Av, 214 521-6157
    Frances Simun’s Bakery, 3106 Commerce, 214 741-4242
    Kalachandji’s, 5430 Gurley Av, 214 821-1048
    New Start Veggie Garden, 2330 Royal Lane, ste 900, 972 243-0507

    Denton
    There is often (but not always) a vegetarian restaurant open behind Voyagers Dream, a retail store at 1306 W. Hickory St in Denton. Call 940-381-2769 before driving to Denton for more information about the restaurant.

    Fort Worth
    Spiral Diner and Bakery, 1314 W. Magnolia Av, 817 332-8834.

    Keene
    Simple Nutrition, 115 S Old Betsy Rd, 817 588-3053

    Mid-Suburbs
    BreadHaus Bakery, 700 W Dallas, Grapevine, 817 488-5223
    Taj Chaat House, 1057 Rochelle, Irving, 214 596-1133

    North Suburbs
    Gopal, 758 S. Central Exp, Richardson, 972 437-0155
    International Buddhist Progress Society, 1111 International, Richardson, 972 907-0588
    Madras Pavilion, 101 S. Coit, Richardson, 972 671-3672
    Suma Veggie, 800 E Arapaho, Richardson, 972 889-8598
    Udipi Cafe, 35 Richardson Heights Vlg, Richardson, 972 437-2858
    Veggie Garden, 510 W Arapaho, Richardson, 972 479-0888
    Vegi Thali, 1205 W Trinity Mills Rd, Carrollton, 972 236-1169 Open on Saturday and Sunday only except for private functions.

  4. apconnect Says:

    Organic Restaurants and Bakeries

    Predominantly Organic Spiral Diner and Bakery, 1314 W. Magnolia Av, Fort Worth. 817 332-8834., eclectic food, juices, plant-based.

    Predominantly Organic Nikolini Cafe, 2714 McKinney Ave, Dallas. 214 954.0303, Greek food.

    Predominantly Organic The Organic Cafe in the Fitness Factory, 2300 Coit Road, Plano. 972 596-2233, eclectic and health food.

    Predominantly Organic The Organic Cafe in Signature Health Club, 14725 Preston Rd, Dallas. 972 774-1735, eclectic and health food.

    Predominantly Organic Roy’s Natural Market, corner Royal/Preston at 130 Preston Royal Vlg, Dallas. 214 987-0213, deli foods, salad bar, juices.

    Predominantly Organic Snappy Salads, 5915 Forest Ln at Preston, S 300, Dallas. 972 991-7627, salad bar.

    Some Organic Cupboard Natural Cafe, 200 Congress, Denton. 940 387-5386, deli foods, salad bar.

    Some Organic BreadHaus Bakery, 700 W Dallas, Grapevine, 817 488-5223, Hearth breads and sweets.

  5. apconnect Says:

    Another web page of local vegetarian resources:

    http://www.vegetarian-restaurants.net/usa/TexDallas.htm

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