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Toledo Farmers Market

September 21, 2018
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for September 14, 2018

It was another fabulous night at the Toledo Farmers' Market. There was plenty of vendors, plenty of customers, and plenty of beautiful weather on this fabulous Friday night.

Kristi had done a lot of baking; her tables were full of twisty, kolaches, rolicky, cinnamon and pecan rolls, pies, bars, cookies, and breads. Kristi also brought tomatoes, and cucumbers. But the most important beautiful bundles on her tables were those three baby boys. Those would be her grandbabies and great nephew.

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Dawn Troutner

Caryn had apples, pears, jams, jellies, caramel corn, kettle corn, and assortment of snack mixes.

Darold brought okra, hot and bell peppers, egg plant, cucumbers, tomatoes, and onions.

Shirley and Michael were busy baking also. They brought rolicky, kolaches, bismarks, and noodles.

Chuck and Ginger brought pies, breads, kolaches, honey, eggs, green beans, winter squash, hot and bell peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, gourds, cucumbers, and jack be little pumpkins.

Dawn had houseplants, tomatoes, fresh herbs, pears, red raspberries, aronia berries, and winter squash.

Sheryl brought ceramics', cell phones wallets, insulated bottle covers, wine bottle totes, oven door towels, dish clothes, pot scrubbies, double handed oven mitts, mug aprons, recycle bags, baby bibs, half and full size aprons, microwave holders for bowls, lovie blankets, adult clothing protectors and bottle scrubbies.

Brenda, Lois, and Marie brought egg plant, green peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, summer squash, and winter squash.

Jim was under the pine tree with his hand made leather items.

Julie and Bryce had those fabulous bird baths and feeders.

Your Plate or Mine brought an assortment of sweet breads, cookies, and caramel puffs.

Gail and William from the Bunny Farm had jams, jellies, huge watermelons, winter squash, apples, potatoes, onions, hot peppers, bird house gourds, pumpkins, cupcakes, cookies, gourds, and fall flowers. Gail and William will only be at market thru the month of September.

Fanciful Fiber brought hand made llama socks, hats, rugs, bird nesting llama wool, embroider towels and pillow cases, loom woven rugs and purses.

Eugene was back with his hand made wooden barn board signs, flags, and holiday decorations.

As you can see there is plenty to purchase at the Toledo Farmers' Market.

See you at market.

 
 

 

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