Tuesday, July 28, 2009

This Wednesday at the Greenville Farmers Market

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

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.

Homan Fresh Produce: New to the market, Tonya and family will be bringing in seasonal favorites as they come on the vine. This week enjoy a fresh selection of tomatoes, sweet corn, green beans, potatoes, zucchini, squash, onions, lettuce, broccoli, peppers and cucumbers. Home baked Amish friendship bread and zucchini bread will also be available.

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 www.eatfoodforlife.com.

Prayer Preserves: Tabitha and family pray over every batch of their homemade jellies and preserves. Come sample one of the many flavors including peach, red raspberry, strawberry, blackberry, red raspberry wine and hot pepper jam.

And check out the Communal Table hosted by Main Street Greenville . . . again this week is the homemade original recipe Weesie's Celery Seed Dressing (former "House" dressing @ The Market Deli), made fresh with all natural ingredients. Stop by for a sample and buy a bottle for dinner tonight!!

Wednesday 2pm to 6pm @ 4th and Broadway next to the courthouse

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