Sweet corn, melons, green beans, wax beans, summer squashes, cucs, peppers, broccoli, tomatoes, onions, tomatillos, garlic, cabbage, potatoes, okra....
The recipe floating in the air last week... stuffing banana peppers with goat's milk cheese and grilling them. Yum.
Our artisan food vendors feature home-made breads, pies, cookies, brownies, chutneys, raw honey, cheeses, jams & jellies, biscottis, crackers, scones, seasonings, rubs, mixes, and veggie burgers.
And, stop by the market for a selection of fresh eggs, lamb, chicken, and beef.While we expect rain late Tuesday into Market Wednesday, accuweather shows partly cloudy skies with no precip for most of the market with possible rain around 4 p.m., clearing by 5 p.m. The market is open rain or shine! Bring a parka or pack an umbrella just in case, and come to the market.
Krista Wagner of Nature's Honey is featuring her popular Lavendar Goat Milk soap this week. Stop by Krista's market space and take a whiff!! Ahhhhh, Clean!
Jane Varley reports Varley Valley will be featuring a selection of fresh-baked table breads and jams & jellies.
We will not see Carousel Watergarden Farm today.
While you're Uptown for the market, we hope you have some time to Shop Uptown Westerville. Meza, 48 N. State, features a $1 wine tasting and great pantry ingredients to compliment your market purchases. Stop by and say Hi to owner, Tatjana Brown.
Check back to this posting (or visit the market on twitter) for the latest updates!
Use your best judgment in a thunderstorm, in case of lightning, market suspends operations. Photo: Shopping at Doran's Family Farm at the Uptown Westerville Farmers' Market by Linda Foor. ©2009 Brickstreet Communications. All rights reserved.