The 2010 season for Farmers Market in Granville, Ohio is coming to close this Oct, 23rd. Make plans to to scoop up the goodies this Saturday! Buying directly from local growers & vendors is a great way to enjoy the fresh taste of organically grown produce & fruits. The cottage industry bakers, and candy makers have some of the best products I've ever tasted.
Here are just a few things you may find at the market...the winter veggies are coming in and so I had to say so long to the delicious corn & tomatoes from a few weeks ago but don't fret yet, there are many more items to chose from at this diverse Farmer's Market.
Sunny Meadows Flower Farm
The organic Asian mix with arugula was out of this world! I made my salad that evening w/ diced apples, red grapes, thinly sliced red peppers, freshly grated Parmesan cheese and my own balsamic vinaigrette, yummm. Look at Greta making those gorgeous hand tied European bouquets as fast as the people were buying them!
Sunny Meadows Flower Farm ~ Produtcs all naturaly grown by Steve & Greta Adams / www.oursunnymeadows.com
Gourmet Candy by Karen
What to choose.......I bought a bag of Karen's handmade caramels w/ pecans....gone in a day, trust.
Gourmet candy by Karen ~ www.candybykaren.com
Gentle Meadows Alpaca Farm
Talk about warm & cozy these alpaca socks fill the bill for my tootsies! Jack & Nancy Lee were a pleasure to speak to with that day. A sweater may soon be on my list.
Gentle Meadows Alpaca Farm ~ www.gentlemeadowsalpacafarm.com
Hey...I'll take one of those, the one in the fuzzy sweater & shades. The other guy on right ain't too bad either...how much for both? Can you throw in a pumpkin too?
Support your local growers & vendors what would our neighborhoods be without them?
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