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(ADV) Myra Harrison Farmers Market report: Tues., Aug. 17, 2010

QUICK SHOP Printable Shopping List of all vendors products for today, Tuesday, August 17, 2010.

By Myra Harrison

The abundance of fresh from the farm produce is really good this morning. We're into the season when it's a good time for buying for canning.

Most of the gang are here today, and we've saved a spot for Jeff Scott and Boss Blair in case they make it. Already, a nice crowd of Early Bird shoppers are here, and we're expecting more local restaurants to be here early this morning, too. We appreciate them. Bet their customers appreciate the fresh taste, too.


And we really like it when parents tell us their school kids like the taste of heathy, homecooked, homegrown vegetables better than they do fast food. That makes this all so much more worthwhile.

Open TODAY, Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 6am-10amCT.The Farmer's Market is located in the parking lot of the Adair Extension Office, 409 Fairground ST, Columbia, KY. Open Tuesdays and Fridays during the garden season from 6am-10amCT.
  1. Darrell Bunnell, Coview Farms, Village of Coburg, KY: Green tomatoes. Okra. Hot Peppers. Red and Green Sweet Peppers. White Eggplant. Purple Eggplant. Nice Watermelons ($2 & $4). Yellow and Red Potatoes. Green Beans. Cucumbers. Yellow Squash.
  2. Caitlyn Bunnell, Village of Coburg, KY Yes, Caties here. Lots and lots of Wheat, White, and Zucchini Bread.
  3. Myra Harrison:I've got Okra for putting up, at just $8/peck. Plus Yellow Squash. Zucchini. Green Onions. Sweet and Hot Peppers. Bell Peppers. Roma Beans. Half-Runner Beans. Brown Stick Beans. And lots of slicing tomatoes: Red, Yellow, and Pink Slicers. Cucumbers, regular and burpless.
  4. Holly Sinclair, Sano, KY:Blackeyed Peas. Onions. Okra. Bell Bellers. Sweet Peppers. Hot Peppers. Cayenne Peppers. Red Tomatoes. Green Tomatoes. Yellow Tomatoes. Yellow Squash. Red Potatoes. White Potatoes. And a real nice variety of Corn: Argent and Bodacious, and Ambrosia.
  5. Margie Rooks, Sano, KY Red, Pink Yellow, and Yellow Striped Tomatoes. Red Potatoes. White Potatoes. .Sweet Bell Peppers. Yellow Squash. and Green Onions.
Stalls listed from entrance on Fairground Side. For Quick Shopping, Circle items for shopping list. Restaurants welcome! Thanks to those who mention "Adair County grown" on your menus!

Thanks, Adair County, for your wonderful support. -Myra Harrison


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