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Toledo Farmers Market

September 14, 2018
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for September 7

It was another Toledo Farmers Market down for the 2018 year. There is still plenty of produce, bakery, and other items available to your shopping needs. With only 7 weeks left get those calendars marked for Friday nights from 5-7 p.m. on the east side of the courthouse square to make your delicious purchases.

Kristi had the cutest babies around her this market night. She also brought tomatoes, green peppers, cucumbers, twisty, kolaches, rolicky, pecan and cinnamon rolls, pies, cookies, bars, and breads.

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Dawn Troutner
Toledo Market Master

Vernon and Wilma brought plenty of brown eggs.

Caryn had a large assortment of jams, jellies, caramel, and kettle corn, and her assortment of snack mixes.

Darold brought onions, cucumbers, green peppers, jalapenos, and assortment of hot peppers, okra, egg plant, and tomatoes.

Shirley and Michael had kolaches, rolicky, bismarks, and noodles.

Chuck and Ginger brought pies, breads, kolaches, popcorn, dried beans, and jack be little pumpkins, gourds, eggs, potatoes, tomatoes, okra, leeks, green peppers, squirrel corn, and assortment of winter squash such as Hubbard, crushaw, spaghetti, acorn, butternut, and banana They also brought their wheat and oat sheaves that won them a ribbon at the State Fair.

Sheryl and her helper Karen were busy with their cell phone, wallet, insulated bottle covers, wine bottle totes, oven door towels, dish clothes, pot scrubbies, double handed oven mitt, body scrubbies, bottle scrubbies, recycle bags, baby bibs, aprons in half and full sizes, gripers, adult clothing protector, lovie blanket, potholders, and her colorful ceramics, including those awesome school themed football lights.

Jim arrived with all his handmade leather items, wallets, coin purses, holsters, hair ties, belts and more.

Lois and Brenda brought zucchini, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and eggplant.

Joe was still alone, but Barb did send some crisp, and granola. Get back to market Barb we miss you. Joe also brought peppers, cabbage, butternut, acorn, buttercup, and delicate winter squash.

Julie and Bryce brought that gorgeous plate art. And right in front facing each other was Iowa and Iowa State football teams.

Your Plate or Mine had plenty of cookies, and assorted mini sweet bread. Some of the favors was zucchini, strawberry white chocolate, wedding day, lemon poppy seed, orangesicle, chocolate chocolate chip, lemon, banana cream and some sugar free loaves.

 
 

 

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