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Citrus County Locally Grown:  Honey and Other Tempting Treats

Hello All Market Members,

Additional News for this week.

We have honey available on our market. From the beehives of a Nature Coast Beekeeper. It is local, and most of the hives are West of US19. A beekeepers life is a busy one, so CCLG is the distributor.
Just $5 for the 1lb jar.

Part of the unique flavor of the Bread Pudding, from 3 Rock Farm, comes from the French Bread used in the recipe. Eaten Hot or Cold this is a real treat.

EGGS 18 Count
18 Count cartons of eggs are available again.

Gaia’s Creamery are offering raw fresh cream and butter for your animals.

As the seasons change, and we welcome cooler days, we will have Lettuce and other fall crops returning soon.

If you have any questions or need help with ordering please do email the Market Managers.

Click on the link below to visit your market.

Thank you for supporting your ON-Line Farmers Market.

See you at Pickup.

Blessings, HEALTHY EATING, and Happy Gardening to you!

The CCLG Team

Cedar Grove Farm:  CSA Availability for 9-11

Hi everyone,

I’m getting an early start on the list this morning because Dylan and I are off to the North GA mountains for a camping trip.

We finally have a handful of fall crops coming in, and this week we are offering KALE! Red Russian and Winterbor are the two varieties growing fastest right now, but we’ll soon have Lacinato as well. The salad mix is back which includes seven varieties of baby lettuce, all tender and delicious. Slice up some Shunkyo or Easter Egg radishes and you’ve got yourself a great salad. The Shunkyo’s are new this week, but you may have received a couple in your radish mix last week. They are a little bit spicy and a little bit sweet, with beautiful pink skin and white flesh. You can even use the greens in soups, pesto, or pasta dishes. Remember to remove the leaves before storing in your refrigerator, as they will draw moisture and nutrients from the radish roots.

Hope you find something you like this week. See y’all on Wednesday.

Caitlyn & the CGF team

The Cumming Harvest:  TCH is Open for Online Ordering


Easy Eggplant Bolognese

4 tablespoons bacon fat or coconut oil (I highly recommend using bacon fat for awesome flavor!)
2 medium sized Italian eggplants peeled and cubed (approximately 3-4 cups)
1 red bell pepper cut into bite size pieces
1 small red onion, sliced
1 pound ground beef
1 pound ground pork
1 teaspoon sea salt + more to taste
2 tablespoons red wine (you can sub with balsamic vinegar if you like)
3-4 garlic cloves minced
1 1/2 cups tomato sauce
1 tablespoon dried oregano
Black pepper to taste

1. In a large soup pot, heat 2 tablespoons of the bacon fat over medium heat. Add the eggplant and saute until tender, approximately 5-8 minutes.

2. Remove the eggplant from the pan and set aside.

3. Add the remaining 2 tablespoons of bacon fat to the pot and saute the bell peppers and onions until tender, about another 5-8 minutes. Remove the peppers and onions from the pot and set aside as well.

4. Crumble the ground pork and ground beef into the pot and brown. Add the teaspoon of salt and stir.

5. Add the red wine and garlic and bring to a simmer. Stir the simmering meat and wine until the alcohol smell starts to subside.

6. Add the eggplant, peppers, and onions back to the pan with the meat, pour in the tomato sauce, add the oregano, and some black pepper and bring to a simmer.

7. Taste and season with more sea salt if desired.

8. Serve in bowls and enjoy!

9. Feel free to serve over sauteed or steamed veggies of your choice like zucchini, broccolini, julienned carrots, kale, etc.

Market News

Welcome to our NEW Wednesday Market!
We are experimenting this week with timing and the schedule and it’s very possible that adjustments in times may change. Thank you for being patient as we work through the logistics.

Please plan to pick up these orders on Wednesday from 11:30-1:30pm. Also, please note that the office complex we are located in will be open for business.

RAW MILK for the Wednesday market only. Order Sunday thru Monday.
Sam Jones is a dairyman from Butler, GA. He is familiar with Weston A Price diet guidelines, leaky gut issues, Celiac disease. His cows roam on organic pastures of a 1200 acre organic farm. He has a closed herd, which means he has whole families of cows and knows the genealogy as well as the genetics of each individual. He feeds a GMO- Free grain at milking time and the amount of grain each cow receives depends on their body condition at milking. Sam explained that the need for cows to have some grain has been bred into cows. If they are suddenly prohibited from having any grain at all, they will starve themselves to death – mostly they survive on grasses, but man introduced grains to increase milk production.

In an effort to correct this unfortunate reality, Sam is working with Dairymen in New Zealand where there exist closed herds that have never been fed any grains. Since he inseminates his cows, he is able to purchase semen from New Zealand in an effort to achieve the goal of having a herd that does not need grain to survive, but will in fact, thrive on a diet of pasture grasses. At the present time, Sam has bred 3 or 4 generations toward this optimum objective.

Sam does have his cows tested and all but one have the A2 gene and are “A2 cows”! Sam is a consultant for Farmers in Georgia and the surrounding states for purchase of Dairy cows, the breeding of Dairy cows and pasture management. His “hobby” is cow genetics!

Sam does not vaccinate, he has his cows tested regularly, has his milk tested regularly and has a reputation with the Dept of Ag for having exceptionally excellent results. He does not use antibiotics unless it is absolutely necessary and the milk is not incorporated with the batch until it tests negative.

Cedar Rock, his Farm near Madison, Georgia is home to his beef cattle, which are Longhorns! His Dairy herd roams his 1200 acre Organic farm in Butler, Georgia.

Note: All Raw Milk Products are labeled “For Pet Consumption Only”. This is in accordance with the regulations of the Department of Agriculture for the State of Georgia. This is the only way Raw Milk can legally be sold in the state of Georgia.

Sam sells milk in 1/2 gallon jugs for $4.40 each. He will also sell in glass Mason jars but this system needs to be worked out once we find out how many of you want to get your milk in glass.

Here’s some tips to help you have the best experience when ordering online.
1. ORDER EARLY (Don’t wait for this email to place your order!!)
2. COMPLETE YOUR ORDER…you can lose an item in your cart if someone else orders and completes the order ahead of you.
3. LOOK FOR A CONFIRMATION EMAIL…if you don’t receive an email showing your completed order, your order was not placed and you’ll need to place it again.
4. MULTIPLE ORDERS…placing multiple orders aren’t a problem, they will be grouped together on our order form with one total.
5. ARRIVE EARLY TO PICK UP…We usually have extras from various farmers/vendors and maybe a Farmer of the Day. Arrive at 10am for a better selection and less wait time.
6. BRING GROCERY BAGS…Don’t forget to bring your reusable grocery bags to pack your order.
7. EMAIL THE GROWER…each farmer lists their own products and tries to make the listings as clear as possible so that you know what you are buying, but sometimes it may need more explanation. You are buying directly from the farmer/vendor and they are more than happy to speak to you to answer any questions.

Building 106, Colony Park Dr. in the Basement of Suite 100, Cumming, GA 30040. Pick up every Saturday between 10-12pm.
Google Map

To view the harvest today and tomorrow till 8pm, visit “The Market” page on our website, The Cumming Harvest

We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!

Citrus County Locally Grown:  Howdy, Howdy

HELLO Friends and Neighbors!

It’s that time of the week again. Your CCLG Market is OPEN to take your orders and our Growers are EAGER to share the bounty of their harvests with you!

Blessings, Healthy Eating, and Happy Gardening to you!

The CCLG Team

Gwinnett Locally Grown:  Sunday Finals: Lots of Meat, FREE Workshop & More


September 8, 2013

Hope you are having a great Sunday! Remember the market closes at 9am on Monday (be sure to order before then) and pick-up is Tuesday at 4:30-6:30.

We just got ground pork and sausage, as well as many other cuts of chicken (from MEM), pork, and beef from Anderson Farms and Wagon Wheel Ranch.

Mother Earth Meats Order Deadline: September 10

Next Tuesday is the last day to order Mother Earth Meats, our trusted source of ethically-raised meat, including chicken, bison, beef, pork, etc.

Immediate payment is required instead of you paying at pick-up for all MEM orders.

Here’s how to order:

1- Place your order of Mother Earth Meats on their website before September 10.

2- At checkout, fill out the Shipping Address with OUR address as follows: Rancho Alegre Farm, 2225 Givens Road, Dacula, GA 30019. Click on Buyer’s Club so you are not charged shipping! Pay online immediately as you order.

3- Forward us your order confirmation via email with subject line MEM ORDER* to

4- Pick-up your order September 24.

Next Tuesday’s FREE Workshop: Raw Milk Talk

Hosted by Sandra Walker, Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter Leader for North Fulton County. Join us at Rancho Alegre Farm to learn more about raw milk.

We will talk about the history of milk in America, the health benefits of raw milk, discuss legal and safety concerns, and share our favorite local sources and uses for this glorious nutrient-rich local food. Everyone is welcome, whether you new to raw milk or have been buying it for years. The discussion is sure to be lively and beneficial to all.

When: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Where: Rancho Alegre Farm (2225 Givens Road, Dacula, GA 30019)

Time: 7:00 PM Cost: FREE

Manchester Locally Grown:  Time to Order Local Farm Products!

Manchester Locally Grown online farmers’ market is more than just an online market. It is dedicated to growing the local food economy so that farmers can make a living wage and so that everyone has access to fresh and healthy local foods. Please invite your friends and neighbors to share in our weekly local bounty.

In Market News…

  • Grundy Greens lettuce is and Frontier Family Farms tomatoes make a great basis for a yummy salad.
  • Dogwood Valley Greenhouse begonia baskets are reduced to $7.
  • Various local farmers offer local eggs, baked goods, perennial plants & hanging baskets, herbs & spices, bath & beauty products, summer vegetables, and handmade gifts.

We would like to hear your suggestions for items to add to the market. E-mail or call. We want to know what you’re thinking!

Everything you order before noon on Wednesday will be delivered to Square Books by 3:30 on Thursday. How much easier could it be to support local farmers? Thank you for joining with us to encourage them to bring their best and freshest products to Manchester.

The market is open now for ordering. Go here to see what’s available this week.

See you on Thursday!

South Cumberland Food Hub:  Green Beans are Here!

To Contact Us

South Cumberland Food Hub
13912 Highway 41B
Tracy City, TN 37387
Risa Brown


Market News

Rainbow Hill Farm has organically grown green beans and yellow wax beans this week. They are beautiful and very tasty. They also have Golden Delicious apples and Mutsu’s ready. Bring on the apple butter and pies!

Crow Mountain Orchard has gorgeous and delicious Asian Pears. They have a wonderful crisp and sweet flavor. Excellent for fresh eating.

Ferrell Farms has super tasting sweet corn, and Keel Produce has lots of tomatoes, peppers and squash. Check out the garlic, breads and other items available this week.

Thank you for supporting your local farmers and food hub!


Coming Events

Keep up to date with the Cumberland Farmer’s Market by visiting our organization’s blog.

We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!

South Cumberland Farmer's Market:  Time to order local food!

It’s time to order from the Cumberland Farmers’ Market
click here to go directly to the market page

To Contact Us

Cumberland ’s Market
931-592-3399 (no voice mail)


Country Club Squash
This is a great side dish to accompany roast chicken or pork, grilled steak, or even your best burgers!
2 lb. yellow squash, sliced
½ cup chopped onion
½ cup water
1 cup sour cream
½ tsp. salt
¼ tsp. white pepper
¼ tsp. dried basil
1 cup Italian herb bread crumbs
½ cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/3 cup melted butter
½ tsp. paprika
8 sliced bacon, cooked and crumbled

1. Cook squash and onion in boiling water until tender. Then drain and mash.
2. Combine squash, onion, sour cream, salt, pepper, and basil; pour into greased 2-qt. casserole.
3. Combine bread crumbs, cheese, butter, and paprika; sprinkle over squash mixture.
4. Top with bacon and bake at 300 degrees for 20 minutes. Makes approximately 6 side servings.


Market News

We had some volunteers last week; thank you very much. We really appreciate it. We still need volunteers to come forward! Our first volunteer effort was to help growers distribute orders to make the front end of the market run more smoothly. If you can come by 3:00-3:15 p.m. and stay until the market opens, please e-mail us this week ( or call (592.3399… no voice mail).

We can always use pens, 8 1/2 × 11? scrap paper (printed on one side only but containing NO personal information), scotch tape, Sharpie markers (“fine point”), printable business card stock (2×5), and Avery labels #5160, 1?×2 5/8". Always happy to receive Lexmark inkjet black cartridge for Series S410.

This past week we had three new customers. Welcome! More customers, more growers — our new mantra!

We are currently doing planning for our growth, and we’ll be giving plenty of notice before we initiate any changes in market procedures. We want to make the process easier for both growers and customers. For example, we want to improve the flow at the market and make checkout speedier.

The Cumberland Farmer’s Market is more than just an online market, it is an organization dedicated to growing the local food economy so that farmers can make a living wage and so that everyone has access to fresh and healthy local foods. CFM Memberships are available on the market. Thank you for your support!

Unfortunately, we are still looking for delivery drivers. This is a paid position on a per-delivery charge. Pick up your order for the week, then deliver to one or more customers and get paid for it. Think about it!

Kir Strobel

There is plenty more available so take your time and check out the whole list.

Click here to browse the whole list.

Coming Events

Keep up to date with the CFM by visiting our organization’s blog. or our Facebook Page .

We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!

Heirloom Living Market Lilburn:  Bits and Bites (Market Newsletter)

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you will find this easier to read if you go to the Market and choose Weblog
…it’s easier on the eyes!

Bits and Bites

Greetings All:

It has been a demanding yet eventful week! The new pickup location at All Saints Lutheran Church is a blessing to be sure! The space, the “quiet”, the freezer and fridge! I didn’t realize how LOUD it was at the Gymnastics Center until we experienced the lack of background noise at All Saints! More than once, Sarah, Mary and I all commented on how quiet it was! We actually got to visit with folks as they came to Market! We love our new location!

There is lots more news to tell about the week and about what is happening with me and Mary and the Markets, but let’s get to the Lilburn Market news and I will cover everything else in personal thoughts…!

…and we’re off to the Bits…

I announced last week that Azure Standard is coming to Atlanta! They are a great company, dedicated to offering foods organic and natural foods (read: pantry items with NO GMO’s) “We specialize in natural, organic, earth-friendly foods and products. We deliver directly to customers, buying clubs and retailers by semi truck and UPS.”

This company will be a great option to obtain pantry items and other staples that are NOT grown or produced locally. Their prices are about 20% less than Whole Foods including shipping! Our Lawrenceville location, on Hurricane Shoals Rd., is scheduled to be a drop-off point. The drop # is 796431! Tuck that little gem away for future reference! You will need it when you place your order!

Check out Azure Standard I want to check out Azure Standard.. The very FIRST ordering and delivery announcement will be decided by the company next week and posted in the Newsletter as soon as we get the information!

Before I head off on another tangent – If you want to skip reading the rest of my musings, which do include Market News, Weekly Specials, Farmer of the Week information for this Thursday, news about upcoming Events and Classes, little known facts and tidbits about ‘this and that’ and links to interesting Blogs and/or articles, and a personal note from me then click Take me to the Market.

You can access this and other Newsletters/Blog postings by clicking on the Weblog tab on the website!

Still here? Great! Grab a small large glass/cup of your preferred beverage and jump right in! There is much information to share this week!

…and now to the Bites…


Blue Moon Creamy Kris and his Father, David Moose have joined the Heirloom Living Market Family! They offer wonderfully flavored Goat Cheeses and fresh (cow milk) Mozzarella! We are so excited to have Goat Cheeses and Mozzarella available! Blue Moon Creamery is a State inspected facility in Loganville, Gerogia and has a strong presence at many of our local traditional Farmers’ Markets. Check out their offerings under the Dairy section of the Market.

Freshly Milled Breads Jerry and Irma Smith have also joined the Heirloom Living Market Family this week. Legumes, Grains, Flours are included in their offerings on the Market. I tried the Spelt Tortillas this past week and they are GREAT! I am not totally “allergic” to Gluten, however, I find I am much better if I limit my gluten intake. Spelt has much less gluten than wheat and so I am loving this healthy choice. Spelt Pizza Crust is also available from these fine folks! Check out their offerings on the Market today! Welcome to Heirloom Living Market!

Pizza – Spelt Pizza Crust from Freshly Milled Breads, with Fresh Mozzarella from Blue Moon Creamery, Ground Beef from B&G Farms, Peppers (Bell and Sweet Banana), Onions and Garlic from Fry Farm homemade Tomato Sauce (made by yours truly from tomatoes from Fry Farm and a salad of Arugula from Fry Farm, a big glass of cold Milk from Cedar Rock Dairy is on the menu for dinner tonight! Yummy! hmmmm…think I will have a couple of those delicious little Figs from Fry Farm for dessert!

We now offer Butter on the Market! We welcome Elizabeth of Banner Butter who uses cream from grass-fed, hormone free cows to make her flavorful “Banner Butter”! Choose from Roasted Garlic Basil and Parsley, Balsamic Fig and Caramelized Onion, Tart Cherry Almond, Cinnamon Cardamom Ginger, Lemon Mustard Chive! I am hooked on the Roasted Garlic Basil and Parsley, but Mary’s favorite is the Balsamic Fig and Caramelized Onion! Great with Pork – I like it on Salmon! Folks loved the samples that were available at the Market! We look forward to working with Elizabeth and her husband as they continue to grow. I have it on good authority that they are working on a lightly ’sea-salted butter!

Friendly Reminder

Ordering times have changed! The Market is open from Saturday morning around 9:00am until TUESDAY at noon! The Market will close TUESDAY at noon! Please make note of this change!

Cow Milk Folks – Please remember to return your Glass Milk Jars, sparkling clean and DRY! Air drying is best!

Goat Milk Folks Order early! The Mama Does will soon be “kidding” and next month we will have LOTS of Goat Milk. For now, it is extremely limited!

All Raw Milk Products are labeled “For Pet Consumption Only” in accordance with the regulations of the Department of Agriculture. This is the only way Raw Milk can legally be sold in the State of Georgia.

Produce Availability

Fry Farm, Back River Farm and Finch Creek Farms all have offerings of gorgeous and tasty produce for us this week!

Fry Farm
Vicky and Steve are offering: Arugula, Eggplant, Kale, Okra, Purple Potatoes, Kabocha Squash, Okra, Garlic, Peppers, Sweet Peppers and Banana Peppers and Purple Sweet Potatoes this week from their Certified Naturally Grown Farm. I can’t wait to try the “Purple Sweet Potatoes”!

Finch Creek Farms
Farmer Cass has Okra, and 3 varieties of Sweet Potatoes: Japanese Okinawa, Hernandez and O’Henry – all Heirloom – all delicious! My favorite is the O’Henry, which is a white sweet potato. What a tasty treat! The aroma when baking is like a warm honey and its taste has undertones of marshmallow! Deliciously different! Also offered are Yelow Wax “Pencil Pod” Beans, “Royal Burgandy” Beans, “Marketmore” Cucumbers, 2 varieties of Okra and Bell Peppers.

Farmer Brown of Back River Farm has “Flavorburst” Bell Peppers listed this morning; however, I believe he will be adding additional items this weekend after he checks his fields and sees what is ripe for harvesting! Be sure and check back before Market closes at noon on TUESDAY.

Check out all of the wonderful offerings our Farmers have for us under the Fruits and Vegetables categories!

The season is changing and the summer harvest is coming to an end; however, the fall harvest is not quite ready, but it will soon be coming into its own! Brighter days are ahead for our Farmers, their produce and us! Keep checking the fresh, local and seasonal offerings – each week you will notice more variety!

Figs: Vicky and Steve of Fry Farm are offering Brown Turkey Figs this week! These HAVE to be the sweetest Figs I have ever eaten! Try some this week — Fig Newtons anyone??

Edible Hibiscus Flowers: Oh my gosh! These make THE BEST TEA! A little tart, but a hint of the “flower” comes through! Add a touch a honey and a squeeze of Lemon and it is the perfect warm drink. A squeeze of Lime and Iced Tea takes on a whole new dimension! I never had “FRESH, Edible Hibiscus” and now I am hooked! Check out these little gems under “Fruit” or under products offered by Fry Farm! This week I am ordering and going to try my hand at dehydrating these for tea throughout the winter!

Kale: Vicky of Fry Farm has also listed Kale this week! We will have a recipes for Kale Chips this week at Market! They are a healthy alternative for snacking and delicious! Kale is also great for juicing!

Jen of Jennifer’s Pesto makes wonderfully rich and flavorful pestos and hummus using locally grown items. I am definitely ‘stuck’ on her Herbadelic Hummus! Mary uses at least one of Jen’s pestos each week – they add a depth of flavor to so many dishes! Check Jen’s offerings and delight yourself with one of her yummy pestos or hummus!

Lamb Availability

We have spoken to Linda Willis, who is a neighbor to Sam Jones (our Milk Farmer). Linda is a Sheep Farmer of White Gates Farm and is going to be providing us with Lamb. She will also have Sheep Skins and Wool Blankets available on the Market soon. Mary and I are heading down for a visit to her farm to finalize her participation in the Market. In the mean time, we have both have both tried some Lamb and it is yummy! Of course, it comes from Lambs that are grass-fed and pasture raised!

If you have any interest in getting some Lamb this week, we do have a limited supply of Chops, a Shoulder Roast and a Leg of Lamb available. Please call Maryanne for pricing and for ordering. (404-432-4337)

Weekly Specials

My Daily Bread has a Bakery Basket which would make a great Hostess Gift or Birthday Gift! The basket are beautiful and wrapped, presented complete with a bow and a card! Speak with Dabrielle and have her include whatever yummy treats, goodies, breads, jellies or jams you like best! You can be sure you your recipient will have their favorites!

Mary of Patchwork Pastures is offering her great all Natural Laundry Detergent and refill again this week! No yucky chemicals and this stuff works and leaves clothes smelling wonderfully fresh!

Find the above items under Weekly Specials on the Market Page!

Personal Thoughts and…this and that…

These past two weeks have been eventful for Heirloom Living Market. We have opened two new Markets, both to be held in Buford on Wednesday! Folks can order from the Market and pickup at The Goddard School on Bogan Rd in Buford or Hamilton Mill folks can order from their Market and pickup at the Community Club House! You can take a look at these Markets on their websites:
The Goddard School Buford at or Hamilton Mill at

Mary’s youngest daughter, Amanda and Pat Alhouse will be co-managing The Goddard School location and Mary and I will team up for the Hamilton Mill group! You, our fantastic Members and our wonderful Growers are responsible for the continued growth of Heirloom Living Market! We appreciate your support! Please know that we give thanks to God daily for all of you and His many blessings He continues to bestow.

Mary was bitten by a Brown Recluse Spider last weekend! After a trip to the ER, antibiotics and a Tetnus shot they sent her home to heal. Currently she is using Therapeutic Essential Oils, Bentonite Clay and DE Powder to help in the healing process. Did you know that although there is an anti-venom available in South America, it is not in use here in the United States or Canada?

Despite her injury, Mary hasn’t stopped! I swear she is related to “the Energizer Bunny”! Besides starting the new Markets, she is working on a project with the Crossfit folks to prepare Meal Boxes for their up coming Food Challenge! That involves much planning and has resulted in a plethora of new recipes which of course she will be sharing with us! Please keep her in your prayers as she continues to heal!

The Black Lab will be returning to his “free-range” roaming (in the backyard) tomorrow! I have one part left to complete on the underground fence and he will be good to go – much to my relief and his! Although his lead is extremely long, to give him mobility, he constantly finds ways to wind around the ONE tree in his restricted space!
He still enjoys a daily ration of cow milk and devours the sprouted and cooked quinoa and barley, with carrots, green beans and fresh sprouts from Cedar Seeder using the great Chicken Pet Food Supplement from B&G as a base ingredient. For the last 2 weeks he has been ‘scarfing’ up the Pork Pet Food Supplement also offered by B&G! His coat is shiny, his eyes bright, his demeanor happy and his gait spry for his 9 years! We both eat well from things purchased from our dedicated Farmers/Producers and Artisans!

I have given you news about the New Growers on the Market, Produce Availability, Friendly Reminders, Weekly Specials, The Goddard School and the Hamilton Mill new Markets, The Black Lab update for the week and ..this and that..! It is time to say – thank you for taking the time to read this really long missive and…

Please know that we appreciate your support of our dedicated, LOCAL Farmers/Growers and Artisans and the local economy! Please “Like” us on Facebook and please share the Market with family and friends!

As always, She-Who-Cooks – that would be Mary – will have a couple of recipes featuring products she has purchased from the Market. These will be available for you at Market pickup every week!

Have a wonderful weekend! All of the offerings with pretty pictures are out on the website, so I am not attaching the product list to this email! So, now, pop on over to the Market and check out all of the delicious offerings!

Remember ordering closes at NOON on TUESDAY! Order now since you are just a click away!

Happy shopping!

Take me to the Market with Pretty Pictures.

Joyful thoughts and bountiful blessings!

~Maryanne and Mary
Your Market Directors

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Local Farms First:  Get Your Peaches!!

Greetings Local Farms First food lovers!

Ela Family Farms!

Order delicious peaches this week on the market!! Available from Ela Family Farm, these peaches are the ripest of this summer and are perfect to use in all of your summer recipes! Or you can buy in bulk and can some peaches to have preserves in the winter! Order today!!!

Thanks for supporting local family farms,
Amy Konash- Market Manager – a 501c3 non-profit
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