Friday, October 2, 2009

Botetourt Farmers' Market, Saturday October 3, 2009

Hillbilly Heaven will be at the market tomorrow with our Jams and Pickles, Bulls Eye pastries with our Raz-apple Jam, English Muffins Regular and Wheat, Sugar Free Carrot Cake, Sugar Free Apple Cake, Pumpkin Banana Bread, Apple Bread. Don't know if I'll get to the Cinnamon Buns or Crumb buns this evening. We'll also have our Japanese Eggplant and some peppers from the petite farm.
Wayne will be representing Hillbilly Heaven with our Organic Products. Hope everyone has a wonderful day at Ikenberry's I'll see you next Saturday. Toni

Yvette will be at the farmers market this Saturday. I will be in Richmond at a wine festival. She will bring three wines of her choice for tasting plus fresh made and canned Chardonnay juice. Marie, Virginia Mountain Vineyard

This will be White Oak Dairy's last weekend at the market this year. I will bring goat cheese, goat milk ricotta cheesecakes, and (hopefully) goat milk chocolate. -Anna Bedell

Earl and I will be at the market tomorrow with our Freshly Milled Whole Grain Breads. We will also have Lemon Curd, and Dill Dip. We will have a wide variety of jams, jelly's, pickles and some Hot Salsa. We will also have a couple of other nice little treats. We'll be lookin' for ya'all. Earl and Linda

Full Circle Farm will be at Ikenberry's tomorrow with our Freshly Milled Whole Grain breads and mixes, grass-fed lamb to go with that bread and some woolly hiking socks to wear while enjoying fall out on the trail! See you at the market! Hillery Family

Better Batter Baking will be there tomorrow with:
*Cappuccino Muffins - made with millet and sorghum flours
*Pumpkin Raisin Teff Muffins - made with teff, garbanzo bean and sorghum flours
*Chocolate Chip Scones - made with millet and rice flours
*Ginger Spelt Snaps
*Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars
*Quinoa Pudding - warm and yummy, similar to rice pudding, but made with the complete protein grain quinoa
Wendy Hayth-Perdue
Baked goods made with alternatives to wheat!

Brambleberry Farm is throwing in the towel for this season, but remember that you can contact me and arrange to pick up eggs, chard, sweet and hot peppers, and squashes: You’ll have to miss me singing the lyrics to Michael Frank’s song: “When my baby cooks her eggplant, she don’t need no books. She has a sort of Gioconda kinda dirty looks… I can‘t reveal her name, but eggplant is her game.” Oh, well, your loss. Also, I’m not sure you should fall for the goat milk chocolate. Last week, “It got eaten” before it got to the market.

Good luck, Anna and Aaron. We’ll be thinking of you on Halloween. Congratulations to Amy Fenster and Patricia Whitt and their families!

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