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(Ad) Huge Selection - Adair Farmers Market: Friday, July 6, 2012

Caitlin Bunnell Helm reports, at 6:17amCT.
Click on headline of listing of items today, with photo(s)Posted live from the market

By Caitlin Bunnell Helm
News from Adair Farmers Market

A BIG selection today.

  • Barbara Armitage, The Farm At Tucker's Station, Bull Run Road, Columbia, KY. 270-250-2979: Blackberries. Green Bell Peppers. Fresh Home Grown Garlic. Yellow Squash. English Cucumbers - the long kind. Regular Slicing Cucumbers. PLANTS: Daylilies.
  • Caitlyn Bunnell Helm, Coview Farms, Coburg, KY. Call 270-634-8207 : White Bread. Wheat Bread. Lemon Bread. Zucchini Bread.
  • Darrell Bunnell, Coview Farms, Coburg, KY. Call 270-634-8207 : Red Potatoes. White Potatoes. Zucchini. Yellow Squash. Cucumbers. Kentucky Wonder Green Beans. Green Bell Peppers. Tomatoes. Slicing Onions. Bodacious Corn. Mum Plants. Herb Plants - Basil. Sage. Oregano.
  • Ken Mooney, Greater Cane Valley, KY: Bi-color Sweet Corn. Cherry Tomatoes. Cherry Tomatoes. Big Boy Slicing Tomatoes. Green Sweet Bell Peppers. Yellow Squash. Yukon Gold Potatoes. Green Lake Green Beans. Sweet Banana Peppers. Pre-packaged, VacPac Green Beans - freezer or pot ready!!!
  • Margie & Danny Rooks, Sano, KY: Cabbage. Green Peppers. Sweet & Hot Banana Peppers. Eggplant. Green Onions. Hill Onions. Red, White, Blue Potatoes PLUS Yukon Gold Potatoes. Squash. Zucchini. Cucumbers. Green Beans. Tomatoes: Big Red ones!
Watch here for more!!!

The Adair County Farmer's Market has new hours for 2012. Hours will be Tuesdays, Two Sessions at 6am-10amCT AND 3pm-6pmCT AND Fridays 6am-10amCT. Saturdays, 7am-11amCT.

Any Adair County growers interested in selling their locally grown produce at the Adair County Farmer's Market should contact the Adair County Cooperative Extension Service at 270-384-2317. -Nick Roy, Adair County Extension Agent for Agriculture & Natural Resources. 409 Fairgrounds Street, Columbia, KY

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Adair Farmers Market: Proper Tomato Sandwich Tomatoes

2012-07-06 - 413 Fairground Street, Columiba, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Danny Rooks is in the store today with Margie Rooks at the Adair Farmer's Market, as elan man and to give advice on making a proper tomato sandwich. "Those are the kind I like. Sliced thick. Between two slices of bread with salad dressing and a little black pepper." The Rooks Produce Counter was set up early, already selling even before the official opening time of 6amCT. They advise everyone to come early, beat the heat, while supplies are greatest. It's cool and pleasant a 6amCT, this morning, Friday, July 6, 2012! - EW
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