Owners Jolie and Ryan Stepp line Bedford Farmers' Market's shelves with fresh, locally grown produce and groceries as well as batches of their own homemade sauces and jams. Jars of mild and medium salsas ($4.99) teem with zesty tomatoes, and the atomic salsa's blend of fiery peppers infuses the condiment with more heat than the sun's romantic chemistry with the moon. Customers can season nachos with dollops of homemade guacamole ($5.99) or sup on a half-dozen of the market's renowned, hand-crafted tamales ($5.99). Cartons of 20 free-range eggs ($4.99) come from free-range chickens, which are raised humanely and unencumbered by unreasonably strict curfews.
Doctor of Chiropractic Dylan Lin adjusts the spines of individuals of all age groups, from newborns just a few hours old to centenarians, and helps athletes such as Texas Rangers players improve their performance and chronic issues. Treatments take place in an office with an exterior that resembles a castle, its stone façade and pointed tower concealing a spacious facility in which Dr. Lin heals without drugs, surgery, or phoenix tears, but only with the most precise and specific chiropractic care.
A lifelong athlete, Dr. Lin has collected firsthand wisdom about physiology that he translates into a specialty in sports injury treatment and prevention. He also uses specific protocols to fix spinal misalignments, advises patients in good nutrition, and doles out corrective exercises to help patients gain an edge in sports performance or relieve chronic pain, migraines, sleeping problems, along with many other health issues.