The Shady Acres Chuck Wagon will be back with those mouthwatering morsels, such as cinnamon rolls, to enjoy while you listen to The Scissortails band!
There will be a new veggie vendor, Nou 2, selling most of the same produce as Nou's Garden. If you haven't tried some of the Lakeview Farms' pasture raised eggs you are missing out on some fine eating! Blue Sky Farms sells quality amounts of mint and radishes--Gwen Harris is a long time and friendly vendor. Speaking of friendly, one of the great advantages of a local market is that you can actually get to know the person who grows what you are buying!
The fairly cool and quite moist weather continues is just superb for those tasty cool season specialty crops:
many varieties of leaf lettuce, Asian salad greens, turnips, asparagus--green and purple, green onions, spinach, carrots, collard greens, broccoli, kale, chard, herbs, radishes, bok choy, dill, cilantro, and snap peas.
Other items at the market include:
--beautiful cut flowers
--grass fed beef and freshground whole wheat flour from Jubilee Acres
--pork, beef, and chicken--all natural, from Luman's Farm--pecans too
--many kinds of herb plants from Rising Star
--herbal teas and medicinal salves from Jordan's Crossing
--bingo at 10:00 with two chances to win a nice sampling of the Market
--insect repellant (Mom's Bug Spray), natural household cleaners, and one of a kind planters
--natural hand made soaps, bathsalts, sugar scrubs, and associated items
--Tuckerbee's honey (and neat flavored honey straws), jams, jellies (you must try the jalapeno!)