Market Report for August 1st
What a beautiful night for the Toledo Farmers Market. There were plenty of customers along with plenty of vendors eager to sell.
Kristi had a table full of bakery. Devin and Mason had onions, cabbage, kohlrabi, broccoli, cucumbers, jalapenos, perennial plants, and summer squash. Caryn had snack mixes, jams, cotton candy, and kettle corn. Darrell had zucchini, cabbage, onions, egg plant, potatoes, tomatoes, green beans, broccoli, jalapenos, and bell peppers. Cindy and Calvin had cucumbers, sweet corn, and tomatoes. Those tomatoes were good went home and made BLT's after market. Chuck and Ginger had bakery, leeks, beans, egg plant, potatoes, okra, summer squash, blacks walnut meats, and popcorn. Dawn had sunflower bouquets, purple and yellow beans, zucchini, fresh herbs, cucumbers, potatoes, rosettes, chex mix, and jams. Sheryl had her table full of ceramics and a rack full of homemade towel sets. Lois, Marie, and Brenda had cucumbers, beets, peppers, green beans, egg plant, zucchini, and cabbage.
Toledo Market Master
Jim was under the tree with a table full of homemade leather items. Karen had her soy candles and soy candles products. Kathy had her table full of bakery, new this week was strawberry cookies and cinnamon twists. Nina had breads and pies.
Thea and Will had gourds, cucumbers, soap scrubbies, bows, soaps, and candles. Red Earth Gardens had potatoes, carrots, cucumbers, zucchini, green, and yellow beans, onions, okra, and mustard greens.
This week a new vendor came to market. Shay Lynn Williams started market this week.
Shay Lynn and her brother sold a couple of years ago at market.
Shay Lynn had summer squash, bell peppers, cucumbers, green beans, and tomatoes.
As you can see the garden produce is beginning to fill up the tables. But it is leaving the tables also, so be sure to come on out to the Toledo Farmers Market on Friday nights from 5-7 p.m. on the east side of the courthouse square. See you at market.