By: Eric Velasco
With the 2024 winter edition of the Birdsong Farmers Market now underway Saturday mornings in Birmingham, Andrew Kesterson is stocking his Belle Meadow Farm stand with just-picked baby carrots and leafy greens grown near Moundville.
Other vendors at the market offer exotic mushrooms grown in Tuscaloosa, and handmade goods like Nepalese samosas and gourmet granola.
For food lovers, one of the many blessings of living in Alabama is, whatever the season, there’s something growing that’s worth eating.
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