Rosemary Herb Tasting to be held at the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market on Sat., Nov. 5


GREENSBORO, NC-  The Greensboro Farmers Curb Market will hold a free Rosemary Tasting and Cooking Demonstration on Nov. 5 from 8:30 am- 10:30 am in the Harvest Learning Café.  Guest Chef Steve Terrill will be preparing three wonderful rosemary inspired dishes in our Harvest Learning Cafe. Stop by for a sample of Onion Roesmary Soup, Rosemary Foccacia Bread, and Rosemary Popsicles.

Thanks to these market vendors who have contributed to this tasting, Tea Hugger, Quaker Acre Apairies, NIMBY Gardens CSA, Shirley & Mom, and Emmaus Farm and whose products will be used in the tasting. Additional thanks to the Davis Education Fund of the NC Herb Society for their support of the Market’s Herb Tasting Series.

More About Steve Terrill: Steve Terrill is a bit of a late bloomer.  He ate his first salad on a flight to France at the age of 35; due to a poor grasp of French a pizza he ordered a few days later in Bourges came topped with a gently baked runny egg.  Much to his surprise, not only were eggs edible, they were actually delicious.

Like many Americans, Steve discovered in France a new appreciation for where food comes from and the passion of those who produce it.  On returning to Greensboro he started looking for the people who approached food with the same passion he had experienced in France.  The Greensboro Curb Market became one the hubs of this new found interest.

Over time Steve’s diet of frozen Salisbury steaks and jarred alfredo sauce were replaced with homemade pastas, paellas and rustic tarts.  Multi-course dinner parties became a default activity, and eventually those gatherings morphed into the Red Chair Dinners, a pop-up dinner focused on local and seasonal meals.

For Steve being a locavore is simply more interesting–learning the cycles of produce in our region and building menus in line with those patterns.  Those ingredients mean even more, says Steve, when he knows the names and faces of the people who produced them.

Although still primarily a home cook, Steve at the tender age of 47 got his first restaurant job last year, making desserts at Bia’s Gourmet Hardware in Asheboro.

Location and Market Hours of Operation: The Greensboro Farmers Curb Market, 501 Yanceyville Street, is located at the corner of Lindsey Street and Yanceyville Street across from the War Memorial Stadium, 3 blocks east of Downtown Greensboro  and operates year round on Saturdays 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. and seasonally on Wednesday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (April 20 – Dec. 28).


About the Market: GFM provides greater Greensboro with opportunities to purchase and learn about local food and setting. GFM encourages and supports the growth of local foods and artisan goods businesses to improve greater Greensboro’s economy, support better health through healthy eating and build social and community connections. The Greensboro Farmers Market, Inc. (GFM) operates the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market on behalf of the City of Greensboro. GFM is a 501c3 nonprofit.