• Market Recipe: Pineapple Turmeric Glazed Pork Chops & Grilled Squash Shishito Salad

    Pineapple Turmeric Glazed Pork Chops & Grilled Zucchini Shishito Salad by Chef Monique Santua of Gastromonique Pork Chops: 1/2 bottle Pineapple Ginger Juice from La Orxateria 1/4 c Round Rock Honey 1/4 c Apple Cider Vinegar No 3 from The Vinegar Joint 3 tbs Dijon Mustard 1 tsp red pepper 1/2 tsp Extra Virgin Olive […]

  • Market Recipe: Seared Duck Breast & Grilled Peach Salad

    Seared Duck Breast & Grilled Peach Salad by Market Chef Maggie Perkins INGREDIENTS 1 bunch amaranth greens (Johnson’s Backyard Garden) 3 small cucumbers, sliced (Flintrock Hill Farm) Several sprigs of basil , destemmed (Johnson’s Backyard Garden) 3 small red onions, peeled and quartered and seared (Johnson’s Backyard Garden) 4-5 small mild banana peppers seared (Johnson’s […]

  • WASTED! THE STORY OF FOOD WASTE Film Screening + Panel

    Texas Farmers’ Market is proud to present a screening of Wasted! The Story of Food Waste at Austin Film Society. Following the screening there will be a panel discussion with Joe Diffie of Joe’s Organics, Jessica Brown of TFM’s composting program and Austin Resource Recovery, moderated by Kate Payne, the Executive Director of TFM.

  • Texas Farmers’ Market at Mueller

    Lakeside hang spot to sip, stroll and shop local food! Voted Austin’s favorite farmers’ market via Austin Chronicle for the past four years and counting, TFM at Mueller is a family and local fave every Sunday and now on Wednesdays to shop, eat and enjoy fresh vegetables and artisan foods from local vendors and farmers. We even […]

  • Texas Farmers’ Market’s Women in Agriculture

    Oftentimes women are unsung heroes in the world of agriculture. Texas Farmers’ Market is proud to present our new project promoting the women of our shared Central Texas agriculture community. The 2012 Census of Agriculture notes that nearly one million women are working America’s lands. Together, these women are generating $12.9 billion in annual agricultural […]

  • Why Shop at a Farmers Market

        1. Buying Locally Buying from your local farmer allows you to support small, local farmers and agriculture. This means that the food you are eating comes from within 150 miles of our markets, is available seasonally and does not require the waste of energy and petroleum to ship the food half-way around the world. You […]

  • Texas Farmers’ Market at Community Composting

    In an effort to achieve our goal of a zero waste market and community, Texas Farmers’ Market runs FREE community composting programs at both of our farmers’ markets. We welcome everyone to drop off their frozen compost scraps free of charge during farmers’ market hours. On Saturdays you can drop your compost off at TFM Lakeline at the […]

  • Texas Farmers’ Market at Lakeline

      Bring a friend…the dog…heck, bring the whole family! TFM at Lakeline is a fun event every Saturday to look, smell and taste fresh vegetables and artisan foods from local vendors and farmers. It is a festival of foods and tons of fun! Click here to see a list of vendors Saturdays 9:00am – 1:00pm Rain […]

Market Info

TFM at Lakeline : Saturdays 9a-1p

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TFM at Mueller : Sundays 10a-2p + (starting May 2, 2018) Wednesdays 5-8p 

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Producer Verification

TFM at Lakeline and Mueller are manager-inspected producer only farmers’ markets. All our vendors sell only what they grow or produce.

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Kids

Check out all the great kids events we have going on at both markets.

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Videos

Vendor Videos

Engage with the local food community and learn about our farmers and vendors and by watching these short, informative videos.

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Volunteer

We are looking for some fantastic Volunteers to help us at the market! Please view the available opportunities and then contact us.

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Store

Support our markets by purchasing market bucks, merchandise or by making a donation.

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