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Saturday Market August 15th


Shopping at Farmers Markets puts money right in your neighbors hands, which directly improves your local economy.

Whats happening at the market this week?

Dotson Farm is returning with eggs and River Island Taters will have those wonderful potatoes
New vendor: Bill Johnson’s melons
UTExtension will have food samples and give aways, don’t forget to pick up the latest recipe card

PLANTS
flowers, butterfly bushes, knockout rose bushes.
Vendor this week: Perry Phillips

Local food is fresh food. If you’re buying at a Farmers Market, the produce has often been picked that morning.

PRODUCE
cantaloupes, peaches, blueberries, watermelons, eggplant, green peppers, hot peppers, fresh and dried shiitake mushrooms, summer leeks, okra, onions, heirloom tomatoes, squash, beets, corn, beans, basil, lima beans, microgreens, potatoes
Vendors this week: Rogue Harbor Farm, Ranchito la Chiva, Uncle Rob, Dominick’s Garden, White’s Mountain Meadow Farm, Salamander Spring Garden, McQueen Farm, Sunset View, Buffalo Trail Orchard, Rural Resources, McIntosh Woods, Millwood Greenery, Matheson Farm, Bill Johnson Farm, River Island Taters

FROM THE FARM
chicken, pork, lamb,goat cheese, honey, and eggs
Vendors this week: Sentelle’s Homemade Sausage, Kany/Perservation Farm, Ziegenwald Dairy, Rosey Apiaries, Clover Creek Farm, Dotson Farm

FROM THE KITCHEN
breads, muffins, tamales, granola bars
Vendors this week: Farmhouse Gallery, Dona Eva

FROM THE ARTIST
pottery,goat milk soaps, pet treats, garden flower art from upcycled ceramic plates
Artist this week: Tim Roberts Pottery,
Angie Sheek – Sheek Treats, Becky Chapman – Reblooms

MUSIC
Bluebirds

BREAKFAST
This weeks menu:
Sausage biscuits with Sentelle’s homemade sausage
Egg & cheese biscuits
Parfaits – homemade yogurt and fresh market fruit

A FEATURED FARMER
Dominick’s Garden – Dominick Haynes
Garden produce, grown only 2 blocks from the market, hours fresh from the garden to your table
Season vendor since: 2008

See you on the street,
Deb