You may be surprised at what edibles grow in Northern Utah in the winter. Salt Lake City’s Winder Market offers grass-fed, organic locally raised meats. There are eggs like you’ve never tasted before. Root vegetables, squashes and some greens are still available, as are apples and mushrooms.
Breads, jams, sweets, cultured butter, duck confit, kombucha, bitters, tonics- a person could do a lot of holiday shopping at this market.
In it’s fifth year, the market now happens every Saturday, outdoors (with heaters) and inside the beautiful Rio Grande Depot lobby, upstairs. Check out the intriguing art exhibit, too, on the first floor. (and, unlike the Summer Downtown Farmers Market, parking is easy.)
Now through April 21, 2018. Saturday’s, 10am-2pm. Rio Grande Depot, 300 @ Rio Grande St., SLC. http://slcfarmersmarket.org/winter-farmers-market