Friday, July 31, 2009

Greenville Farmers Market - Saturday

The biggest line-up of vendors so far! Downtown Greenville at 4th & Boradway, next to the courthouse. Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Francis Byers: Long time market favorite, Francis will bring his early season fruits and veggies. Arrive early to get the best selection of yellow squash, zucchini, red potatoes, okra, beets, broccoli, cabbage, green beans, cucumbers and more!

E.A.T. Food for Life Farm: Your local, grass-fed, Certified-organic family farm. Check out the weekly CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) packages. Grass-fed chicken, beef, lamb, pork and buffalo. Grains such as rolled oats, spelt berries, crackers and flours. Try a sample of one of the varieties of hard cheese. For further information

Cookie Bookie: Elizabeth Kniesly will be sharing her old family recipes to create a product that tastes just like Grandma's. Try the moist and flavorful banana bread, baked in mini bread pans or one of her many cookies, cobblers or cinnamon rolls.

Heather Kreider: Homemade baked goodies including cherry pie, rhubarb pie, old-fashioned sugar cookies (a market favorite), pecan tassies and mocha frosted drop cookies.

Indiana Honey: With a growing beekeeping operation in Union City, Indiana, Indiana Honey will be offering local honey, lip balms made from beeswax and honey straws in 10 flavors. New this year is creamed honey, a smooth, spreadable product! Great on biscuits and toast. Available in natural, blueberry, cinnamon pecan and strawberry. Check them out at

Woodsview Alpaca Farm: Bob and Michelle Dircksen own this farm that enjoys raising alpacas and grain. Alpaca fiber and yarn products, as well as fashions can be found at the market. Alpaca apparel, such as sport and dress socks or beautiful sweaters, gloves and scarves are a must see. The handcrafters will enjoy finding lovely alpaca yarn in natural and colorful dyes and mixes, rovings, battings and alpaca blankets in all their natural colors.

Ted Mangen: Fresh off the vine and out of the garden summer squash, zucchini, green peppers, onions, potatoes and cabbage, as well as honey and baked goods.

Tammy Klepinger: Stop by Tammy's table and check out her fresh cut flowers and herbs, homemade apple bread, muffins and fudge, and fresh picked organic produce.

Wolf's Produce: Fresh tomatoes, melons, beets, green beans and blackberries will be available this week, along with fresh baked cookies and cinnamon rolls.

Fred Worch: Pick up some fresh sweet corn for dinner tonight! Stop in and see what Fred has fresh out of his garden this week.

Prayer Preserves: Tabitha and family pray over every batch of jelly and preserves they create. Taste a sample of peach, red raspberry, strawberry, blackberry, red raspberry wine or hot pepper jam.

Check out the Communal Table hosted by Main Street Greenville...again this week is the homemade original recipe Celery Seed Dressing (former "House" dressing @ The Market Deli), made fresh with natural ingredients. Stop by for a sample and buy a bottle for dinner tonight! Also at the communal table, hand woven rugs, barn siding yard decor and whatever else shows up before 8:00 a.m.

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