North Coast Nosh with The Sioux Chef

Join us Thursday, February 19th for a celebration of Ojibwa traditions and flavors put on by The Sioux Chef Sean Sherman. The Mobile Farmers Market and several other Native food vendors will also have indigenous foods for sale. Visitors will also enjoy access to the “Modern Spirit” exhibit of work by famed Ojibwe artist George Morrison; displays of related items and artwork from and inspired by the Minnesota History Center’s American Indian collection; and an Ojibwe Table Installation by Artist in Residence, Jessica Gokey.
This is an alcohol-free event.
Purchase tickets here:

Event takes place at Minnesota History Center

Thursday, February 19th

7-10 pm

345 W. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul,  MN 55102

Summer Schedule – Chime in!

As spring turns to summer, the Mobile Farmers Market team is looking ahead to a busy season. In order to maximize our impact, we’re sharing our draft summer schedule for market events. We only have one vehicle right now, so timing is key, and we hope that you’ll help us improve on our draft in two areas.

First, let us know if there are important events in your community that we are conflicting with or missing, especially if they’re related to food and agriculture.

Second, let us know if producers in your community would benefit from workshops focused on specific crops or methods, USDA agencies and programs, or regional food resources. Our workshop schedule will be based on this feedback. You can read more about our workshops at

Here’s our draft schedule – please chime in!

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August Schedule

Native Salad: An Intertribal Treat

Our recipe of the week brings together wild rice, wildberry syrup, and white corn for an intertribal treat.

Great on tortilla chips or as a side!

Great on tortilla chips or as a side!

First, mix up the vinaigrette:
2 tablespoons Red Lake Nation Wildberry Syrup
1-2 tablespoons olive oil
2 cloves minced garlic
4 tablespoons rice wine or apple cider vinegar

Then add the vinaigrette to:
2 cups cooked wild rice
1 cup cooked tsyunhehkwa white corn
1 cup cooked kidney beans (canned or fresh)
1 cup diced apples (green apples work best)
3 – 4 stalks diced celery

If this is your first time making wild rice, not that unlike brown or white rice, wild rice requires 4 cups water for every 1 cup of rice.

Enjoy! And don’t forget to post some pictures.

Valentine’s Special!

Valentine's Special!

Your sweetheart deserves authentic gifts. The Mobile Farmers Market has traveled far and wide to bring you the best hand made gifts through the Reconnecting the Tribal Trade Routes Road Trip. Earrings are priced $20-$30 and come from freshly made maple candies from Minnesota’s north woods. Learn more by clicking on the image or following this link: