Farmers Market en I Believe in Dirt <p>I believe in Saturday mornings with my mother. Waking up in the morning, the sun just barely peeking in through my curtains. Struggling into last night’s jeans, eyes still glued shut with sleep. Bad TV dramas while both of us avoid our homework in the winter, but in the summer we skip breakfast and take bumpy car rides. We walk hand in hand past a pockmarked brick road and a green bar door, down and over one block from a parking meter left unpaid. A skip over the train tracks and we are at the Farmers’ Market. A right turn for home-made bread rolls and our favorite salad guys. Fri, 21 Feb 2014 13:35:00 +0000 Abagail Perrero 19144 at I Believe in Dirt Springfield Family Bottles Tradition With Olive Oil Business <p></p><p>A Springfield woman's family tree has deep roots in Greece.</p><p>On that tree's branches? &nbsp;Olives.</p><p>Rini Christofilakos-Soler&nbsp;is helping grow <a href="">her family's business</a> by bringing the olive oil they produce to Springfield.</p><p>Peter Gray stopped by Christofilakos-Soler's table at the downtown farmers market to ask about her family farm in Greece:</p><div><p> Find more information at the family's <a href="">Facebook page</a></p> Wed, 07 Aug 2013 14:15:05 +0000 Peter Gray 6885 at Springfield Family Bottles Tradition With Olive Oil Business