What’s at the Farmer’s Market?
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What’s at the Farmer’s Market?
Celebrating Farmers Markets throughout the United States of America for the role they play in our nation's food system, the role they play in fostering entrepreneurship, in stimulating local economies, in preserving farmland, in increasing access to nutritious food and in supporting healthy communities. Please come down to our market this week to thank our local farmers for all they do to provide us with fresh, local produce.
If you are a BLT lover, as so many of us are, come down to buy some of the last heirloom tomatoes of the season.
The Farmer’s Market is open on Tuesday and Saturday between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.
We are at the height of our summer vegetable season and boy, are these vegetables delicious. Sweet corn in white, bi-color and yellow is everywhere and is super delicious. You can buy it shucked or unshucked! And butter beans are a little scarce, but Bruce has some shelled but it's just been too hot. Get your pink-eye peas and they are already shelled.
Join us on Saturday between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. to support your local farmers, beekeepers and craftsmen. Tuesday's market will be open between 8 a.m. and 2 a.m. and has produce only this Tuesday. The pork skin man is on vacation.
Get to know the blueberry — nature’s sweet nutritional treat!
Wild Bill Tilghman has been promoted!! This Saturday you will find him and his garden bounty in the first section of the market. He will be there with the Smiths, the Coleys and the Pork Skin Man. Stop by to see him there.
Today, we welcome with open arms, our beloved vendor, Wild Bill Tilghman! If the heat hasn't gotten him, he will be at the market imparting his own brand of wisdom. Just be careful what you ask him!
OKRA! Hopefully, local tomatoes, jams, jellies, vinaigretes free range eggs, fresh broccoli, strawberries, blueberries, peaches, new potatoes, and more!
Free range eggs, fresh broccoli, strawberries, new potatoes, carrots, radishes, snow peas, sugar snap peas and more.
Goodbye to asparagus and henpeck, but hello to sharp head cabbage, broccoli, turnip roots with tops, fresh green onions, strawberries, Florida tomatoes, fresh eggs, local honey, pork skins and rinds, fried peanuts, local crafts and the following specialty vegetables from Brothers Farm.
Finally! There are strawberries and asparagus and arugula at the market, and they are delicious! Also, there will be sweet potatoes, kale, rutabagas and turnips. TJ Designs will be there with her handmade wreaths and crafts. Rodney, the pork skin man, will be in his booth selling pork skins, pork rinds and fried peanuts on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. If you are on the Keto Diet, these snacks are meant for you.
Finally, there are strawberries and asparagus at the market, and they are both delicious!
We're still waiting, but will keep you posted as to when the market will officially open.It just can't be much longer. The market will open as soon as these two crops are ready to sell..