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Toledo Farmers Market

July 5, 2019
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for June 28, 2019

Two months of the Toledo Farmers' Market is done. With that being said we have four more months of market. Which means you have time to come on out and make your market purchases.

Next week is the Stop Light Festival and the market vendors will be sparse. Some choose to take this week off and regroup for the following weeks.

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Dawn Troutner
Toledo Market Master

The gardens are starting to grow- I have a few green large tomatoes on the vines. This is rather exciting considering how much of a struggle it was to get things planted. Let's see what everyone brought this week.

Kristi brought plenty of pies, kolaches, rolls, rye bread, cookies, bars, rolicky, and twisty.

Duane had his hand made whirly gigs setup, but there wasn't much wind to make them move.

Caryn also brought plenty of snack mixes, flavored popcorn, succulent plants, jams, and jellies.

Vernon and Wilma brought eggs and more eggs.

Mike, a new vendor brought a large assortment of houseplants.

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

Rod and Cindy brought peas, onions, and potatoes. The peas were delicious.

Chuck and Ginger brought pies, breads, eggs, black walnut meats, red pepper powder, potatoes, lettuce, peas, kohlrabi, and beets.

Dawn brought houseplants, jams, jellies, dried herbs, smudge sticks, garlic scapes, rhubarb, cherries, mulberries, fresh herbs, and winter onion sets.

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.

Janet brought cookies, breads, and eggs.

Joe and Barb brought yeast breads, jams, rice krispie treats, cookies, sweet breads, crisp, small pies, lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, kohlrabi, and potatoes.

Julie and Bryce brought their beautiful plate yard art. Be sure to go to the facebook page and check out the creations she brought this week.

William and Gail from the Bunny Farm brought homemade playdough, plants, and jams.

This was the last Friday of the month so ISU Extension was set up. This month they had a fairy garden set up for the kids to play with, they had information on Fresh vegetable guides, spend smart, eat smart app information, words on wellness, a few recipes to hand out, and canning and freezing information for vegetables and fruits.

Today I will not be attending market, there will not be an article published. See you in two weeks.



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