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Toledo Farmers Market

October 26, 2018
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for October 19, 2018

It was a pleasant night for the Toledo Farmers' Market. The crowds are thinning down along with the vendors. The party is almost over.

I found this poem last week that I really liked and reminded me of market.

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Dawn Troutner
Toledo Market Master

October gave a party;

The leaves by hundreds came-

The Chestnuts, Oaks, and Maples,

And leaves of every name.

The Sunshine spread a carpet,

And everything was grand,

Miss Weather led the dancing, Professor Wind the band.


Kristi had a table full of bakery, twistys, kolaches, rolicky, cookies, pies, breads, rolls, and bars. This was Kristi's last market for the season.

Caryn had plenty of assorted snack mixes which included cheesy bacon, snicker doodle, ranch, taco, oyster, and puppy chow. She also had caramel, kettle, Chicago and party popcorn mixes. And a few totes full of jams.

Shirley and Michael brought rolicky, kolaches, bismarks, and cream puff shells.

Chuck and Ginger had their tables full of pies, breads, kolaches, fall baskets, winter squash, zucchini, hot and green peppers, pumpkins, gourds, apples, potatoes, popcorn, beets, honey, eggs, Indian corn, squirrel corn and black walnut meats.

Dawn brought pears, winter squash, fresh parsley, dill, rosemary, turnips, swiss chard, dried flower bouquets, house plants, pumpkin coffee cake, cornbread croutons, and popcorn.

Lois and Brenda brought pumpkins, winter squash, zucchini, and spaghetti squash. Ethan was selling his Cub Scout popcorn.

Joe and Barb brought gourds, winter squash, crisps, small breads which included apple black walnut, pumpkin raisin, and banana black walnut. Along with warm out of the oven cinnamon raisin, ten grain, white, honey wheat yeast breads, , and granola.

Jim had his hand made leather items.

Your Plate or Mine brought small sweet breads banana, chocolate peanut butter, wedding day, orangesicle, chocolate chocolate chip, lemon poppy seed, lemon, banana cream, sugar free chocolate and vanilla , and monster cookies.

The Toledo Farmers' Market will put its signs away after next Friday it is the last market of the season. Be sure to make it out to market next week. See you there.



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