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Toledo Farmers Market

September 13, 2019
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for September 6, 2019

Wow, another busy night for the Toledo Farmers' Market. The customers were plentiful along with the vendors. With the blow of the whistle and the hustle of the customers the tables soon started to appear bare. We are very lucky to have such awesome vendors who bring their items every week.

Kristi brought plenty of pies, kolaches, rolls, rye bread, cookies, bars, rolicky, and twisty. She also had nice red tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage, zucchini, and blue plums.

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Dawn Troutner
Toledo Market Master

Cindy brought potatoes, tomatoes, green beans, cantaloupe, and Sweet Corn.

Duane had his hand made whirly gigs setup.

Caryn brought jams, jellies, assortment of flavored popcorn and snack mixes. Caryn also brought houseplants, and succulents.

Darold had plenty of cucumbers, onions, hot peppers, little bit of okra, egg plant, green peppers, beets, and tomatoes.

Shirley and Michael brought kolaches, rolicky, cookies, bismarks, and noodles.

Chuck and Ginger brought pies, breads, kolaches, popcorn, eggs, red pepper powder, potatoes, peppers, red cabbage, onions, beets, egg plant, tomatoes, gladiolus, and ornamental corn.

Dawn brought dried flower bouquets, smudge sticks, popcorn, jams, jellies, zucchini, potatoes, green beans, houseplants, dill, fresh parsley, fresh rosemary, and fresh sage, tomatoes, celery, cucumbers, red raspberries, white grapes, aronia berries, and wild plums. She also brought watermelons.

Sheryl, of Bunny Trax, brought ceramics', hot/cold rice bags, micro wave bowl holders, scrubbies, hot lid mitts, hot pad hand holders, lid grippers, micro pouches snuggle blankets, kitchen boas, full and half aprons, towel sets, cell phone wallets, adult aprons, bibs, and soy melts.

Lois and Brenda brought zucchini, cucumbers, cabbage, egg plant, tomatoes, and green beans.

Julie and Bryce brought their plate art.

Your Plate or Mine brought plenty of small sweet breads.

The Bunny Farm had jams, and jellies. This week they also had zucchini, potatoes, apples, and eggs.

Dale was back with his handcrafted wood working items. Look at the face book page to get a glimpse of his beautiful work.

Janice Custer had her beautiful floral arrangements on the north end of the market.

Mike returned with his unusual houseplants and hickory nut trees.

There are only seven weeks of market left. Be sure to come on out and enjoy a beautiful Friday evening at the Toledo Farmers' Market. See you at market.



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