Hello from the Bath County Farmers Market!

Rain or shine come to the market! Park by the pavilion to stay dry!

Shopping list:

Apples

Banana Peppers

Basil

Beets

Blackberries

Bread: Whole Wheat; Multi-Grain; Salt Rising; White; Pull-Apart White; Cinnamon;

Butter

Cantaloupe

Cake: Chocolate; Angel Food; many varieties!

Carrots

Chard

Coffee (Fair Trade roasted locally)

Cookies

Corn (maybe)

Cucumbers

Eggplant

Garlic

Goat Milk Soap

Green Beans

Honey

Jewelry by Gina: Earrings and necklaces

Kale

Lavender: flowers, soap, lotion, and more!

Maple Syrup and candy

Onions

Peaches

Pie: Fruit and Cream

Potatoes

Raspberries

Salad Mix

Squash

Tomatoes

And more!

One of the marvelous aspects of shopping at any farmer’s market is the variety not only of produce but vendors. The following are regular vendors at the market but they are by no means inclusive of everyone you will find at the market.

Farm to You

  • Basil (time to make pesto!), BEAUTIFUL Eggplant, several varieties (including White, Louisiana Long Green & Little Finger), Banana Peppers, Chard, Kale, Beets & Carrots
  • Butter (salted & unsalted), fresh from Mountain View Farm!  We’ll also have an assortment of Mountain View Farm cheese, including Jumpin’ Jack Chipotle!
  • Coffee, anyone?  We’ll have a full range of blends, including Espresso, Italian, French Roast, Vienna and “Full City” – locally roasted (& fair trade organic)
  • Local honey, including Whistle Creek Apiaries Tulip Poplar Honey, featured in Edible Blue Ridge magazine
  • Goat milk soap, wrapped and ready to go as a fun hostess, thank you, or birthday gift — or just for yourself!
  • Cheese and bread boards!  Pair a board and a block of cheese for a delicious and functional gift!

** Farm to You may not be at the market on September 5, so consider stocking up tomorrow!

Buckhorn Inn. Homemade bread: Salt rising *NEW*; sourdough; multi-grain; whole wheat; and white. Cakes. Cookies. Fruit Pies. Cream Pies. Date squares. And more very tasty baked treats!

Bruce’s Candy and Syrup.Maple syrup, candy, and fudge made from Highland County maple syrup. Pound cakes. Chessbars. Fresh cut flowers. Produce. AND more.

Brinkley Hill Farm. Beautiful produce locally grown in Bath County by Edgar and Thelma Brinkley.

DJ’s Whiteway Restaurant. Pull-a-part bread; fruit and cream pies; and much more!

Beagle Ridge Herb Farm. Lavender body lotion and beautiful soaps.

See you at the Market!

Harmony and Donna

PS. Mark your calendar for the Mountain Craft and Music Market on September 12, 2009.

The Bath County Farmers Market creates the opportunity for people to buy locally grown and produced products every Saturday starting at 8 AM and ending at noon from June 6 to October 24, 2009.
Find pictures of the market and more information at www.bacofarmmkt.com
Posted by Donna