Organizers of and participants in the Fayette County Farmers’ Market are looking forward to another beautiful Wednesday as we count down the remaining season. There is one more Wednesday market after this one, that last day being Wednesday, Oct. 21.
This week we are pleased to announce that Rachel McClish will be joining us with her wonderful fruit pies and cookies! And be sure to ask Marlene Chilcote about her honey harvest and her apple harvest! (Marlene is located in the Jones Farm Fresh Produce tent, as is Rachel this week).
The Wednesday edition of the Fayette County Farmers’ Market is located at 1650 Columbus Ave. (TSC parking lot) in Washington C.H. and operates from 4 to 7 p.m. This location also accepts charge/debit cards and SNAP EBT cards.
The following vendors have indicated they should be there (among others who did not know yet):
Jones Farm Fresh Produce (Jon and Taylor Jones): zucchini, yellow squash, bell peppers, tomatoes, gourds, bratwurst links ( sweet Italian and hot Italian, chorizo), chicken breast and wings, whole chickens, brown eggs and Chilcote Farm’s Fayette Co. honey and more.
Rachel’s Flour Shoppe (Rachel McClish): assorted fruit pies and cookies.
Bob’s Foods, Lehnert Meats LLC (Bob Lehnert): pork bratwurst, four varieties.
Shady Grove Farms (Harold and Kelly Dillon): locally raised, all natural pork and chicken. Pork cuts include chops, ham steak, roasts, bratwurst patties and links, ground pork, and burgers. Chicken cuts include whole, whole cut, drumsticks, thighs, wings, bratwurst links, backs. We will also have tomatoes, butternut, delicata and acorn squash, apples.
BYE Gardens (Brian and Elaine Yoder): tomatoes, bell peppers, spaghetti squash, butternut squash, acorn squash, decorative popcorn, local honey, sweet potatoes, and candy onions.
Mary’s This & That (Mary Ford): Hawaiian banana bread, pumpkin doughnuts, peanut butter fudge, new selection of geese outfits and dog sweaters and much more. Think ahead for gifts!
Martin’s Holiday & Weekly Baking (Vaughn, Cinda Martin and Hunter Rohrer): assorted breads including cinnamon swirl, whole wheat, dinner rolls, cinnamon rolls and sticky buns, and perhaps an angel food cake.
Persinger Produce & Cottage Food (David Persinger): Texas sheet cakes, and homemade jams/jellies (NEW: apple butter, seedless blackberry, seedless black raspberry and this season’s concord grape jelly-jam).