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Toledo Farmers Market

September 28, 2018
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for September 21, 2018

The weather has changed once again it was a cool Friday night for the Toledo Farmers' Market.

Kristi had plenty of bakery, twisty, bars, kolaches, rolicky, rolls, cookies, pies and tomatoes and cucumbers.

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Dawn Troutner
Toledo Market Master

Caryn had her assorted jams, jellies, snack mixes, and caramel corn. She also had plenty of apples and pears.

Darold brought cucumbers, radishes, egg plant, turnips, green beans, tomatoes, green peppers, hot peppers, onions, and okra.

Shirley and Michael had kolaches, rolicky, bismarks, and angel food cake slices.

Chuck and Ginger brought gourds, pumpkins, cucumbers, winter squash, tomatoes, egg plant, peppers, potatoes, onions, apples, walnut meats, popcorn, leeks, honey, eggs, kolaches, pies, breads, german millet, oats, and winter wheat sheaves.

Dawn brought aronia berries, red raspberries, fresh herbs, winter squash, tomatoes, houseplants.

Sheryl had very colorful fall and Halloween ceramics, all her hand made towel sets, scrubbies, aprons, bibs, dish clothes, oven mitts, and lovie blankets.

Lois, Brenda, and Ethan were selling winter squash, zucchini, cucumbers, pumpkins, tomatoes, and egg plant. Ethan was selling his Cub Scout popcorn.

Janet was back with eggs and breads.

Joe and Barb arrived with breads, cookies, crisps, hot peppers, and winter squash.

Jim had his hand made leather goods.

Julie and Bryce brought plenty of plate art.

Your plate or Mine had sweet breads, and monster cookies.

Hans and Amy brought cherry tomatoes, prints in frames, and garden shrubs.

It's winding down, but as you can see there are still plenty of items to purchase. Make your way out to the Toledo Farmers' Market on Friday nights from 5-78 pm. See you at market.



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