Running every Saturday in 2012 from May through November, the Briggs Chaney-Greencastle Farmers' Market seeks to provide Silver Springs residents with increased access to fresh and healthy foods. In addition to a selection of local produce, meat, eggs, and cheese, the free-to-enter market hosts a variety of vendors, such as artists, jewelers, and bakers, as well as local chefs who demonstrate simple recipes using local produce and monosyllabic buzz words. To encourage visitors to purchase healthier food, the non-profit farmer's market matches WIC payments dollar-for-dollar, accepts SNAP payments, and matches a portion of Independence card benefits.
The market welcomes children as well, with a range of activities for young ones in its Kids’ Tent. Children can take part in a number of interactive showcases throughout the summer, such as a Railroad Exhibit from the Riverdale Railroad club, puppet theater stories from former Moscow Puppet Theater member Irena Kholodnov, and martial arts demonstrations by the Virginia Kenshinkai School of Budokai. A chess tent lets kids and adults unwind while playing the classic game against friends, family, and Bobby Fischer in disguise. Families may also enjoy live stage music in an audience seating area and feast on their fresh food purchases in a nearby dining tent.
The staff at Shaul's Kosher dual-purpose market cooks up ready-made meals for tasty takeout and stocks shelves with an extensive selection of Israeli groceries. Quiet echoing pantries with stockpiles of kosher comestibles, with foods from brands such as Strauss, Elite, and Osem, including Bamba, the peanut-flavored staple of snack-seeking children ($0.99). Osem's wheat and sesame crackers ($1.99 each) get blanketed with Tnuva cheeses ($5.49 and up), spreadable white cheeses with calcium additives that get bodies one step closer to a fully internalized periodic table. Avoid cumbersome kitchens and still serve a Shabbat-approved spread with meaty morsels from the takeout counter, including rotisserie chicken ($11.95), homemade corned-beef sandwiches ($8.50) or sweet-and-sour meatballs ($8.99/lb.), whose dichotomous flavor surprises taste buds more than a molar-incisor dance-off.
Backed by more than 25 years of professional experience, Dr. Bernard L. Greenbaum, DDS coddles mouth bones with up-to-date technology in a comfort-focused environment. BriteSmile teeth whitening is an hour-long in-office procedure that strips away years of stains from coffee, tea, medication, and brushing with brownie batter to leave chompers as clean and sparkly as a freshly laundered ballroom dancer. The center's excellent customer service goes beyond housing friendly and accessible staff. The modern office keeps patients smiling with lavish amenities such as neck pillows, iPods, blankets, and DVDs with optional dentist commentary.
At Edible Arrangements-Bethesda we create beautiful, healthy and fresh hand sculpted baskets of fruit. We personalize our arrangements with hand dipped chocolate fruit, mylar balloons and plush bears. Our products are perfect for any and all occasions!
For more than 25 years, the neighborhood-friendly Tenley Wine & Liquor has provided an exhaustingly thorough selection of international wines, domestic and imported beers, and fine liquor. Tenley carries bottles of vino from 10 countries, ranging from Argentina and Italy to Australia and Mungbabwe. Swish a glass of Bonterra Vineyard’s 2006 merlot ($16.99/bottle) and enjoy the dark fruity aromas that waft toward your nose, or go for a swim in Tenley’s sea of more than 150 beers, from microbreweries such as Anchor Steam and Harpoon to six-pack standards including Corona and Heineken ($8.99/six pack). Tenley stocks more than 50 single-malt Scottish whiskeys, including the grassy and fragrant Cutty Sark Blended Scotch ($20.99 for 750 mL). Browse Tenley’s wide array of cognacs, liqueurs, and several other cordials, from Absinth La Torment ($23.99 for 750 mL) to Baileys Irish Cream ($23.99 for 750 mL).
The all-natural cooking sauce is gluten free, low in sodium, fat free, and kosher. This tasty blend of spices and ingredients makes brisket creation easier than short division for a mathlete. Its all-purpose nature goes far beyond the world of brisket for which it was designed. Use it to give new life to meatballs, or add it to slow-cooked chicken. Check out a few recipe ideas here. You can grab up to three of these hermetically sealed jars of goodness. Head toward the condiments section at Chevy Chase Supermarket on a quest for the sauce containing the welcoming smile of Bubbie Jeanne gracing the exterior and her hopes and dreams filling the interior.