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(Ad) Farmers Market on the Square - Sept. 7, 2013

The Farmer's Market on the Square is open today, Saturday, September 7, 2013, 8am-12pm noon CT, at the Adair Annex Parking Lot, 424 Public Square, Columbia with the following inventory:
  • Darrell Bunnell. Coview Farms. Coburg, KY Red, yellow, Cherokee Purple and Aunt Ruby's German TOMATOES. Pink, Chocolate, Orange and Yellow CHERRY TOMATOES. Zucchini. yellow Squash. Eggplant. Cucumbers. Spaghetti Squash. White Potatoes. Yukon Gold Potatoes.
  • Donna Jones of Jones Honey. 270-634-2125 - Honey at the Market. All sizes containers. Some with comb, some without. Honey has many uses in cooking, as well as helping with allergies. - - Donna Jones
  • Caitlin Bunnell Helm. LonelyAcreFarm Wheat Bread. Chocolate Zucchini Bread. Friendship Bread. Lemon Bread. Blueberry Muffins. Fresh Cut Herbs. Garlic Chives. Parsley. Oregano. Rosemary. Spicy Basil. Spearmint. Stevia. Also: Bell Peppers. Jalapeno Peppers.
  • Danny & Debbie Burris. D & B Longview Farm, near Gradyville, KY. 270-250-1277. - Figs. Okra. Roma II Green Beans. Blackberries. Red Raspberries. Green Peppers. Yellow Squash.
  • Jeff Scott. Antioch, KY - APPLES: Cortland. Enterprise. Melrose (Still on the quiz. It's a state's official apple, but more importantly, it's good).
  • Jana Esch. Just Natural Products. 270-378-1375. - Moon & Stars Watermelons. Kazakh Honey Dew Melons. Natural Cleansers. Essential Oils. Hardbar Soap. Hair Soap.
  • Jason Ramos, The Phoenix Farm, 270-378-6068. - Whole Frozen Birds. Farm raised chickens. $3.50/lb. 3-4 pounds.
  • Terry Huff of Heavenly Homestead Cheese. 270-250-2979 Handcrafted Whole Milk Cheeses are Cheddar, Colby, Smoke House, Monterey Jack, and garlic and Herb, Pepper Jack, Tomato Basil, Havarti. NEW: Parmesan. Sampling this week Garlic and Herb, Cheddar and Monterey Jack
  • Barbara Armitage, Tucker's Station Farms. 270-250-2979 - Lots of green beans - Jade, tenderette, and Romas. Japanese Cucumbers. Summer Squash. Tomatoes. Fresh Garlic. Jalapeno and HOT HOT HOT Habernero Peppers. PURPLE Green Peppers. Fresh baked artisan Breads, and More.
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Massage line up during brief lull at FM2



2013-09-07 - Adair Farmers Market, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Jill England offered massages for $1 a minute at the Farmers Market on the Square, in the Adair Annex Parking Lot, 424 Public Square this morning. Barbara Armitage, Market Coordinator is getting a massage, as other market vendors lined up in a rare lull in traffic at this mornings market. Waiting in line are other vendors - Jeff Scott and Wayne Armitage - and hidden, Maury Lewis, an FM2 customer who never misses a market.
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Reward to the grower: Fig Jam



2013-09-07 - Adair Farmers Market, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Maury Lewis rewarded Debbie Burris, the fig grower, with a jar of Fig Jam, produced in Beautiful Joppa, and a key ingredient in Maury Lewis' first fig rolls baked in Joppa - maybe the start of Joppa becoming the Fig capital of Kentucky. This week, she left a few baskets of figs for others to sample. (Update: Actually, she did it again. Bought the whole crop out, Debbie Burris just revealed.)
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