Friday, July 9, 2010

June 10, 2010 Botetourt Farmers' Market

Hillbilly Heaven will be at the market this week bringing all the favorite Pickles we had last year. We have added new Mustard Pickles, 1000 Island Pickles, Bread and Butter Pickles, Crisp Dills, Squash Pickles and Relish. We will have Yellow Squash, Zucchini and Pickling Cucumbers to sell this week. I have an abundance of Pickling Cukes as I'm not able to keep up with the canning. Trying my bestest!!! Just a reminder: we are not preparing any baked goods just yet, as we are still preparing our supply of Pickles for the season. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Lookin' forward to seeing you all Saturday. Wayne and Toni

Phil will be at the Farmer's Market Saturday July 10th. He will have berries to sell and also his Grandma's berry cake to sample. See you there, Phil and Christy Stoker

Taste and See from Full Circle Farm will be at the market with freshly
milled whole wheat and spelt breads and pizza crusts. See you there!

Little Wasprock will be there with fresh vegetables - squash, zucchini, beets, and a few cherry tomatoes. We will also have an assortment of relishes - pickle, squash, zucchini and beet - as well as jam, jelly, lime pickles, spelt zucchini bread and maybe some blackberry muffins. See you all tomorrow - stay cool!

The Pickle Lady will be there Saturday with pickles and pepper jelly and maybe some baked items.

Hello Everyone. I plan to set up at the market tomorrow. I will be poppin' kettle corn and enjoying the good weather with my friends of the Botetourt Farmers Market. John Brock

The pie lady will be there with the usual. (Uh, that would be delicious chicken pies and dessert pies.)

Bill Shaver of Windy Hill Farm will have bags of Billy's super soil, cucumbers (Armenian cucumber, the ones WSLS TV showed on Thurs. morning that they don't know what they are, "I DO") One is 30 " long and 12" around and are tasty. I will also have some Brussels sprouts, Swiss chard with recipes and 1 tomato, but it sure is pertty. ...and eggs.
Randy Deel and Ed Collins will be there with produce and homegrown mushrooms.

John Deacon: I should have 10-12 dozen eggs tomorrow, but I doubt they'll last long. I've been baking, so I will be bringing banana bread, zucchini bread, pumpkin bread, and cranberry-orange bread.

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