Farmer's Market Update - 11-10-2018

Farmer's Market Update - 11-10-2018

Publisher's note: The following are excerpts of an email update from the Lenoir County Farmer's Market organizers. Photo by Linda Whittington / Neuse News

TODAY

There will be lots of greens....mustard, kale, henpeck, turnips, turnip roots, collards...sweet potatoes, squash, peppers and Honey Crisp and Granny Smith NC mountain apples.

Specifically, Brothers Farm will bring Collards, Arugula, Baby Bok Choi, Southern giant curled mustard, Mizuna mustard, Red giant mustard, Chinese cabbage, Curly kale, Smooth kale, a mix of head lettuces, Lemon basil, Mint, Peppermint, Root Fennel, Small daikon radish, Sweet potatoes, Scallions, Persimmons. Also, soaps, liniments, scrubs, bath soaks, fizz balls and many kinds of all natural products with which to pamper yourself. Local honey for your health and enjoyment.

Sandra, the egg lady will be around on Saturday, as well, we hope and maybe even pork skins, rinds and peanuts will be available.

Among their regular seasonal produce, TC Smith Produce will have shelled pecans for sale this Saturday. According to those who know, pecans will be relatively scarce this fall, so get them while they last. We know the are in high demand during the holidays. Don't be caught short!

NEXT SATURDAY is Super Saturday

Super Saturday Guest Vendor Chloe Albritton

 Chloe Albritton

Chloe Albritton

This is Chloe Albritton, who will bring loaves of French bread that she baked herself. She will hand you a baguette when you donate to her cause....a mission trip to Costa Rico, which is planned for this summer. Please support this resourceful young lady, so that she may meet her goal.


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