Vendor list for Wednesday Market

By David Persinger - Fayette County Farmers’ Market

The following is a list of vendors who expect to be at the market Wednesday afternoon. Denise with Dan’s Deli food truck will be there also with sandwiches and snacks for sale. Other vendors may be in attendance also.

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. SNAP EBT recipients will again be eligible to earn up to $10 in Veggie SNAP produce BOGO bucks on their purchases.

Jones Farm Fresh Produce (Jon and Taylor Jones): green beans, red onions, zucchini, yellow squash, assortment of peppers, tomatoes (Romas, slicing, cherry), cucumbers, chicken patties, breasts, wings, sweet Italian and chorizo chicken links, whole chickens and brown eggs.

King Farms (Jeff and Sandi King): red and Yukon Gold potatoes, cherry tomatoes and assorted melons.

B.Y.E. Gardens (Brian and Elaine Yoder): seedless watermelon, butternut and spaghetti squashes, cucumbers, yellow tomatoes, decorative popcorn, local honey, bell peppers, candy onions, and cold drinks.

WindFlower Farm (Elaine Anschutz): pumpkin cake, pumpkin fudge, date bread, pineapple almond cake, peach cobbler, peaches, culinary mixes, and home crafts. Elaine also has info on the Fayette County Dog Shelter.

Chilcote Farms (Marlene Chilcote): local honey.

Jim Dandy’s (Jim Brigner): hand-crafted utility and decorative wood items.

Mary’s This ‘n That (Mary Ford): pineapple banana bread, peanut butter fudge, flax crackers, catnip toys, dog sweaters, new selection of large and small goose dresses, and fabric coasters.

The Martin’s Baked Goods (Cinda Martin, Gregory and Alicia): seasonal produce, angel food cakes, assorted breads including cinnamon swirl, whole wheat, dinner rolls, cinnamon rolls and sticky buns.

Persinger Produce & Cottage Food (David Persinger): jams/jellies, pecan and no nut Texas sheet cakes, greasy beans, and cherry tomatoes.

By David Persinger

Fayette County Farmers’ Market

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