Donut truck to be at Market


By David Persinger - Farmers Market



Taylor of Jones Farm Fresh Produce is always ready to assist.


So much going on this weekend in Fayette County! Consider stopping in at the Fayette County Farmers Market to get your weekend produce and assorted local food needs before heading off to the County Airport for the exciting “Toast to Summer” event, the county fairgrounds for the Scott Antique Markets’ event, or one of the other events going on locally this Saturday.

Most vendors are selling by 8:15 a.m. and are ready to serve you. I must mention that Alana Walters and Beth Day have added a “fair trade” coffee to their product line. The farmers that tend and harvest these coffee beans receive a much larger percentage of the final retail price than those farmers that supply conventional national coffee brands. The roasted beans are fresh and the resulting brewed coffee has a most pleasant aroma and taste….perfect with sourdough donuts!

The following list contains the names and products of the vendors that expect to set up for the Saturday Market. The market is open every Saturday morning from 8:30 to noon and is located in the municipal parking lot on the corner of South Main and East East streets. SNAP EBT food benefit cards and credit/debit cards are accepted. We are offering a new program called veggie SNAPS and it permits those who use a SNAP EBT card for food items to receive matching dollar tokens (one for one) for additional fruits and vegetables! It’s a BOGO for fruit and vegetables, up to $10 EVERY market day! Be sure to ask David about the new veggie SNAPS produce program for SNAP EBT cards.

A.I.M. Specialty (Richard Miller): warm sourdough donuts.

Jones Farm Fresh Produce (Jon and Taylor Jones): green beans, red potatoes, cucumbers, cabbage, carrots, green onions, brown eggs, sweet Italian and chorizo chicken links, chicken breast and wings and whole chickens.

B.Y.E. Gardens (Brian and Elaine Yoder): lettuce, broccoli, bell peppers, and baked goods.

By Thy Hand (Mark and Lori Chrisman): crates made from recycled pallets, angel food cakes, Kentucky butter cakes, bread pudding and more.

Your Other Mother’s Kitchen (Don and Sara Creamer): artisan breads, whole wheat brownie tarts, and bran muffin tops.

Forgotten Way Farm (Cathy Ludi): therapeutic grade essential oils, homemade lye soap, lip balms, bath salts, laundry soaps and wooden signs.

DJ’s Farm (Dennis Anschutz): beets, Hungarian peppers, zucchini bread, pumpkin bread, peach bread, Buckeye nuggets, zucchini cookies, and cherry crumb cake.

Chilcote Farms (Marlene Chilcote): caramels, new spring honey, and small cakes including monkey bread, rhubarb crumb cake and lemon loaf.

Whatnots & Whims, by Mary (Mary Sanderson): Stop by and check out the new designs this week that will celebrate “Fun in the Sun, Sand, and Sea.” Garden stakes and centerpieces made from up-cycled glass, ceramic, and china pieces; and hand-painted tile coasters and magnets.

Engeti (Beth Day and Alana Walters): fair trade coffee, noodles, pies, cobblers, cinnamon rolls, bread and rolls, and cookies and cakes.

Greens and Greenery (Katrina Bush): flower, herb and vegetable plants.

Gluten Free Goodies (Rachael Craig): chocolate brownies, pound cake, chocolate chip cookies, chocolate crinkles, blueberry muffins, etc.

Jim Dandy’s (Jim Brigner): hand-crafted wooden home decor items.

Mary’s This ‘n That (Mary Ford): pineapple-banana bread, apple butter bread, peanut butter fudge, pineapple upside down cake, flax crackers, catnip toys, dog sweaters, large and small goose dresses, fabric coasters and more.

Bridgeview Farm (Hunter Rohrer): seasonal produce and Martin’s breads and rolls.

Persinger Produce & Cottage Food (David Persinger and Julie Mosny): assorted fruit pies, pecan sticky buns, cinni minis, cinnamon rolls, jams/jellies, and Texas chocolate sheet cakes.

Taylor of Jones Farm Fresh Produce is always ready to assist.
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By David Persinger

Farmers Market

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