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Toledo Farmers Market

August 2, 2019
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for July 26, 2019

It was a little breezy this Friday night of the Toledo Farmers' Market. It was a good night for catching up with friends and making your Toledo Farmers' Market purchases. No tomatoes have arrived yet. There maybe some little cherry ones next week. The sweet corn isn't ready yet either.

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

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Dawn Troutner
Toledo Market Master

Cindy arrived with green beans and potatoes.

Caryn also brought plenty of snack mixes, flavored popcorn, jams, and jellies. Caryn also had a large selection of succulents and houseplants.

Vernon and Wilma brought eggs.

Darold arrived with jalapeos, beets, turnips, broccoli, kohlrabi, okra, cabbage, cucumbers, carrots, chile peppers.

Shirley and Michael were busy baking. They brought cookies, angel food cake slices, kolaches, rolicky, and bismarks.

Busy Bee Acres brought assortment of honey, lip balm, repel, lip butter, pawsome balm, homemade soaps, dandelion arnica skin balm, and lip gloss.

Chuck and Ginger brought pies, breads, eggs, black walnut meats, red pepper powder, potatoes, beets, cabbage, kohlrabi, and stems of gladiolus flowers.

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 eggs, small sweet breads, and cookies.

Joe and Barb brought yeast breads, crisp, small pies, red and green cabbage, kohlrabi, beets, and potatoes.

Your Plate or Mine brought small loaves of sweet breads.

William and Gail from the Bunny Farm arrived with jams, jellies, garlic, onions, and homemade play dough.

The Tama County Master Gardeners were back with the cute Fairy Garden for kids to play with. They also were handing out information of Food Preservation 101, salsa making and freezing, and the pesky Japanese beetle. They will be back on August 30th.

There you have it the items that were brought and sold at the Toledo Farmers' Market. Be sure to come on out and make your tasty purchases before its to late. See you at market.

 
 

 

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