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(Ad) Adair County Farmers Market - Tue 18 Jul 2017

Here Today: Margie Rooks, Jonah Price, Danny Burris, David Herbst, Holly Kerns.

By Margie Rooks

It's a great day. We've got a great variety. The best & largest selection of tomatoes all season!

The Adair County Farmers Market, Parking Lot, Adair County Extension Office, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY, is OPEN 6am-10amCT, TODAY, (or until sold out), Tue 18 July, 2017 with the following:
Tomatoes: A lot heirloom, pinks, yellows, stripes, green, red, & a new one, Green ZEBRA TOMATOES at Jonah Prices. Green Beans: several varieties. Cabbage. Green onions. Eggplant. Hot Peppers. Sweet Bell Peppers. Potatoes: Red & White, all sizes. Yellow Squash and Zucchini. Cucumbers. Contender Peaches.
Remember, the Adair Farmers Market is open Tuesdays and Fridays, 6am-10amCT, with parking just a few feet away from all the stalls. The selection is really great today. (Sponsored)



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At the Adair Farmers Market: Zebra Stripe Tomatoes



2017-07-18 - Adair County Extension Office, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com photo(c).
Audrey Price steadies a basket of Zebra Stripe tomatoes while husband Jonah does the smiling at the Adair County Farmers Market today, Tuesday, July 18, 2017. The specialty tomatoes are just a few of the wide variety of tomatoes offered today - perhaps the largest offering of tomatoes this season here, The Prices are owners of Ninevah Land Farm, Portland, KY, and are regulars at both the farmers market at the extension office and at FM2. Business was brisk this morning as buyers took advantage of the rather coolish weather. Vendors will be at the market from 6am until 10amCT, today, or until supplies run out. - EW. Clicking on Read More accesses the list of vendors and their wares for today

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D & D Longview Farm: Tomatoes with taste & character



2017-07-18 - Adair County Extension Office, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Danny & Debbie Burris were at the Adair County Farmers Market with heirloom tomatoes, all with taste and character. I chose this bargain bag - which weighed more, cost less, and were more knurledy than others. One tomato, covered in the photo, in the bottom of the basket, was the biggest and it was all knurls. Couldn't determine which variety of heirloom - 'heritage' if you are from the UK - it was but hoped it might have been a 'hillbilly." Yes, it had priceless taste, made the best lightbread, Miracle Whip, and tomato sandwich I ever ate. The Burrises sell at both the Adair Farmers Market and Farmers Market on the Square. - EW

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