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Locally Grown STT:  Online Market still open!


Happy Tuesday!

Lots of great buys are still available:

-avocadoes
-st vincent bananas
-sugarcane stalks
-guavaberries
-crisphead lettuce
-scallions

And duck eggs, try making a duck egg quiche. Let us know how it turns out.

Market closes at 5pm Wednesday
Pick up in Frenchtown Fish Pavilion
3:30pm-6pm.

Happy shopping,
Your Market Crew

Locally Grown STT:  Online Market still open!


Happy Tuesday!

Lots of great buys are still available:

-avocadoes
-st vincent bananas
-sugarcane stalks
-guavaberries
-crisphead lettuce
-scallions

And duck eggs, try making a duck egg quiche. Let us know how it turns out.

Market closes at 5pm Wednesday
Pick up in Frenchtown Fish Pavilion
3:30pm-6pm.

Happy shopping,
Your Market Crew

Locally Grown STT:  Online Market still open!


Happy Tuesday!

Lots of great buys are still available:

-avocadoes
-st vincent bananas
-sugarcane stalks
-guavaberries
-crisphead lettuce
-scallions

And duck eggs, try making a duck egg quiche. Let us know how it turns out.

Market closes at 5pm Wednesday
Pick up in Frenchtown Fish Pavilion
3:30pm-6pm.

Happy shopping,
Your Market Crew

Lathemtown Farm Fresh Market:  Soups!


I have updated the soups for the week. Apparently, I had a 0 for one of them, and had a request for last week’s Sweet Potato Stew. So if you needed more soup – you can add to your order now :)

Old99Farm Market:  Week of Oct 17 2021


Hello everyone.
We have an amazing special for you this week folks!

Our ground beef and stewing beef are 10% off!

But that’s not all, half chickens are also 10% off!

Ground and stew beef are so versatile you can literally make 40 different dishes each with them. Fajitas and sloppy Joe’s are my favorites. What are yours?

Veggies available this week include GREAT CELERY (new), collard greens, Swiss chard, health kick salad blend, spinach, tomatoes, eggplants, hot peppers, golden beets, golden turnips, Detroit beets, white potatoes, purple potatoes, purple top turnips, carrots and much more!
Check out the market for more products and to place your order.

Market times are 4pm to 6pm Thursday and Friday. Please remember to place your order before 8am Thursday morning. Orders placed after this time may not be processed.

See everyone again this week.

Be well,
Nick & Angela
Ian & Cami

Wedge Oak Farm:  New Sausages, Pork Cuts, Chicken tenders


Hi from the farm desk,
Busy does not begin to explain this time of year on the farm!
Three pasture raised hogs have been converted to the most beautiful cuts of chops, tenderloins and a wide variety of loin and shoulder roasts.

Blue Danube- savory mangalitsa sausage with a subtle Hungarian flavor palate has been made
Chorizo- always a favorite is again on the menu

X-Sage Medium Breakfast is on the fall roster as Thanksgiving approaches. Give it a try this week and see if it will suit you stuffing recipe.

Chicken Sausages will be added by the end of the week. Be sure to check back for the much anticipated sausage reveal.

Thank you for shopping with us.

Let us know if you need information regarding CSA Shares and Thanksgiving Turkeys. I am happy to email you the info you want.

Enjoy the beautiful days of Fall!
Karen

Miami County Locally Grown:  Thanksgiving Turkeys from King's available!!


Now available – Pre-orders for fresh, local Turkeys from King’s, just in time for Thanksgiving!

The King family not only raises these birds but processes them -
a true local product! Fed Non-GMO feed on their Bradford farm, and processed fresh so when you pick it up at First Place the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, it will come out of the fridge – never having been frozen! And if you’ve never experienced a truly fresh turkey, you are in for a treat!

How it works – you pre-order and pay NOW to reserve your bird…
Then everyone who has ordered and paid picks up their turkey during regular Market pickup hours on Tuesday Nov 23!

miamicounty.locallygrown.net

www.facebook.com/miamicountylocallygrown

Conway, AR:  LAMB! and Tamales! Tuesday Reminder - Market Closes Tonight after 10pm.


Hello friends!

Lots of varieties of coffee available now, and LAMB!!! Search “LAMB.”

Tamales!
Pork, chicken or jalapeño & cheese.
Five for $7. All same kind.
At market this Friday, October 22nd.
Text me your order.
501–339-1039

Just a reminder: There’s still time to place your order for pickup this Friday, October 22nd.

Please wear a mask at Friday pick-up. We have volunteers who can bring your order to your car if you prefer, just call or text 501-339-1039 when you get parked.

The market closes TONIGHT after 10pm, maybe even midnight! Come early on Friday for the best selection from the Extras table. See you Friday!

The market is now OPEN for orders. Click here to start shopping: *https://conway.locallygrown.net/market

How to contact us:

DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL. Instead…

Phone or text: Steve – 501-339-1039

Email: Steve – kirp1968@sbcglobal.net

Champaign, OH:  It's Just A Bunch Of Hocus Pocus!


Not really…not here, not this market.

Although, I do feel this market possesses a bit of magic, with special wands, waving around, making it all happen, each and every week!

I started my Halloween movie watching, last night, and I am sure by the title of this weblog, you can guess which one I started with!

Are you all enjoying your Halloween movie lists that I handed out with your orders, last week? I hope so. I love sharing the very special feeling I get when it is close to Halloween.

Along with my Sunday dinner nostalgia vibe, driving into that driveway, Sunday night, and taking in the crisp air, suddenly, all the laughter of the West End, on trick or treat night, came rushing back to me.

The excitement over picking your costume. Deciding if it would be store bought, or homemade. Taking your costumes to elementary school for the hallway Halloween parades. Racing home from school, and eating a quick dinner, for us…it was usually some sort of hotdogs on that night. Quick, and easy, so we could get costumes on, and all of the parents could ready the candy bowls at front doors.

In the West End, and in my neighborhood, it was safe, and it was the 70s, so we all went out and about on our own. Running house to house, yelling to each other, ringing doorbells, stopping at my grandparents to get candy, while my grandfather told us to be careful and mind our manners…racing back home, to empty out our candy bags, or pillow cases, to trade off what we didn’t want, have hot chocolate, and usually watch a Halloween cartoon, on tv, to end the evening.

Great fun, memories lasting a lifetime, some scrapes and scars, still on me, of times I would fall in a yard, or on the street, not paying attention…lol

It was always the anticipation and planning of that fun evening. Just like the planning and anticipation, of this market, each week…

It is 7am, everyone, and the market closes at 8am…

Don’t be caught in the bewitching hour without an order…

XOXO,
Cosmic Pam

Statesboro Market2Go:  Order by 10pm Tuesday!


Support your local farmers and Click to order at Market2Go!