About Farmers Market Inspired

Farmers Market Inspired is business established by food enthusiast, Stephanie Nye. Stephanie’s passion for fresh cuisine comes from her experience growing up on an organic farm in Atascadero, California. On this 163 acre ranch located off Toro Creek Road, Stephanie and her family have grown certified organic (CCOF and USDA) Kiwis and Meyer Lemons for 15 years, selling the fruits at the local farmer’s market. After graduating from Cal Poly in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, Stephanie became involved with a small, organic vegetarian restaurant called the Shine Cafe, within 6 months of managing the business, Stephanie became the owner and ran the small cafe and its menu for 4 years. After a few attempts to expand the Shine cafe, Stephanie was guided in the opposite direction of simplifying the business, realizing that sometimes the best way to move forward is to take a few steps back and get in touch with your roots. It was this realization that created Farmers Market Inspired Soups. With years of experience in the field of organic agriculture combined with a passion for fresh cuisine Farmers Market Inspired Soups became a reality in November of 2009. Farmers Market Inspired Soups can be found at the farmer’s markets of Los Osos on Mondays, Thursdays in Morro Bay and Cambria on Fridays.

16 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Mike Yurcheshen on January 25, 2010 at 4:33 pm

    We think you’re so cute! We heart your soups! See you later today!


  2. Your Split Pea Soup is the best I have ever ate thank you so much Yay Cambria Farmers Market


  3. Posted by Teddy Llovet on November 21, 2011 at 4:59 am

    I’m so grateful for you and your soups. You’ve added delicious nourishment to my life, Stephanie. I always have your soups in my frig and/or freezer. ♥ Teddy


    • thanks so much teddy! and thank you for helping me to offer beet soup to my customers! I have been getting requests to do it again…so you have some beet soup warriors on your team =).


  4. Posted by Branwen on December 9, 2011 at 9:24 pm

    I love the Soup Princess! Happy Hearts to you 😉
    Branwen, #1 fan


  5. Posted by Kirsten Finberg on August 30, 2012 at 6:55 am

    Stephanie, I wanted to thank you for the sweet plug you gave me and Kelli! That means so much to us! I finally got a second to look at your great website. I Luvs it! Okay, enough yabbering it’s 12:00 at night so that means time to bake! thanks again
    – Kirsten( litte red hen bread)


  6. I need a cookbook and if you want….wil both post and plug on my new website…check it out.


  7. Posted by Marlene Keshvari on December 22, 2012 at 5:05 am

    I got your cookbook from my husband , he and I are one of your soup groupies! When our favorite soups are on the menu, we frequently go to different farmers markets besides Cambria, to get extra ! Your not a cook, but an artist with your soups! Thank you for the healthy delicious addition to our diet! Marlene and Harry


  8. My husband and I just finished a dinner of your Tuscan Bean and your Cream of Spinach. We feel completely spoiled. Loved every delicious bite. We are your newest groupies and can’t wait to buy more of your amazing soups at farmer’s market in Morro Bay in 3 days!


  9. Posted by richard ringer on September 12, 2013 at 4:12 am

    please bring your soups to slo natural foods(formerly the coop)


  10. Posted by Eve-Marie on April 9, 2016 at 2:57 pm

    I keep getting to the Cambria market too late and you have already sold out! I was dying to try the tempeh hominy chili – will it be in the market that replaced Soto’s any time soon? Thanks so much – I bought the other flavors they had and can’t wait to try them!


    • Hi Eve Marie, sorry, I’m just getting around to checking my blog comments and see you asked about the hominy soup and the new Soto’s market. My soups are in Soto’s True Earth Market now and currently they have a supply of the chipotle black bean soup. This one is quite similar to the Tempeh and hominy one so you may want to check it out! Thanks for reaching out and sorry for the delay in response!


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