Halloween Farmer's Market
Posted 10 - 28 - 2015


1. FARM TO TABLE DINNER AT APPLEBY COMMUNITY FARM



This FridayOctober 30, the Appleby Community Farm at 6 PM will host a local foods dinner prepared by Chef Sara Ross and served with local wines.  Guest speaker, Paula Cook, will talk about sustainable food practices and Cindy Grayson will play music.



Tickets are $50 per person and will be available at www.applebycommunityfarm.com or come by Cindy Pruett's booth (#13) at the Saturday market.



 



2. RECOGNIZE YOUR FAVORITE TREE!



 



The Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture is inviting the community to channel their inner forester by sharing a tree they believe deserves special recognition as a part of our Nacogdoches TREES competition. The event, open until November 1, is open to the SFA and surrounding Nacogdoches community. Eligible trees must be located on the SFA campus or on property managed by Nacogdoches Parks and Recreation. Prizes will be awarded to winners from each of the five available categories. For more information, as well as competition rules and entry form, visit http://forestry.sfasu.edu/nacogdotrees/





 



 



Saturday Market, October 31, from 8 AM until just after noon 



NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS AND VENDORS: All items for sale are required to be locally grown or locally made. 



Things you might find include:   gourmet dips, artisan Texas cheeses, home crafted items, free-range eggs, baked goods (breads, cakes, mini cheesecakes, cookies, cupcakes & pies), canned goods (jams & jellies, marmalade, hand-made clothes, preserves, pickled vegetables, salsas & relishes), local raw honey, jewelry, fried pies, plants, soaps (lye and herbal), ribbon cane syrup, fruit wines and wood products. 



Local Produce this time of year includes: green beans, snap beans, fresh unshelled pinto beans, beets, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, eggplants, garlic, greens (bok choi, Chinese cabbage, collards, kale, mustard, Swiss chard & turnip), kohlrabi, lettuce, okra, onions,  pears, purple hull peas (shelled & unshelled),peppers (banana, Bell & jalapeno), new potatoes, pumpkins, radishes (ice-cycle & red), sorrel, squash (acorn, buttercup, butternut, freckles, patti-pan, yellow & zucchini), sweet potatoes, tomatoes (cherry, green & red), turnips and watermelons. 



NEW ITEMS:  beets, broccoli, carrots, kohlrabi, fresh unshelled pinto beans, 



 



RETURNING VENDORS:



#9 Gail Riley will be back.  She sells home made breads including Cinnamon Raisin, Cinnamon Swirl, Honey White, Honey Wheat, Garlic Cheese, Garlic Jalapeno Cheese, Garlic Parmesan, Jalapeno Cheese, Sun-dried Tomato, Sun-dried Tomato, Parmesan, Sourdough, Sourdough Jalapeno, Rye, Pumpernickel, Cajun.  Call 24 hours ahead for special orders:  936-676-2225



 



Nikki Cumby (Grandma's Best) will be back.  She sells fried pies in a variety of flavors which include apple, apricot, peach, cherry, pineapple, chocolate, coconut, vanilla, lemon, buttermilk, pecan and sweet potato. What makes her fried pies different from others is in the fruit pies, she also use dried fruit. The size of her pies are much larger than the average pie.  She also makes homemade cookies, brownies, sweet breads, pies, cakes and old fashion tea cakes.  For special orders call 903-216-7438.



 



 NUMBERS START ON THE SOUTH END CLOSEST TO MAIN ST 



  



#1  David Kimling will be selling home-made goat cheese from Henderson, smoked Gouda and other artisan cheeses from Waco, artisan Gouda cheese from Farwell, Tex, artisan blue & cheddar cheeses (jalapeno, sharp cheddar & caraway) from Dublin, Texas and cheeses from the Haystack Goat Cheese Company (including goat cheese, Camembert, chevre, chili Jack, half cow/half goat cheese and red cloud).



#2 Joyce Goranson will be at the market this Saturday with her Organic Kamut breads and cookies.  Joyce Goranson will have FRESH Organic Breads, Spa Pillows, and "What's In A Name?" orders available.  She sells Honey Oat Flax, Tomato Basil, Apple Raisin, 7 Grain and Flatbread Pitas & Pizza Crusts, $5 each small loaf/bag or 2 of your choice for $9.  Cowboy cookies will also be on hand.  Spa Therapy Pillows will be available in Batik prints. They are wonderful shoulder/neck warmers or for arthritic pain.  The soft, breathable texture of 100% Cotton Flannel filled with flaxseed (with natural oils that hold the heat or cold) and aromatic dried lavender will be durable for repeated use for years to come.  Just heat for 2 minutes in the microwave.   Matted Name Meanings  1 FREEfor any newborn under 1 month old who comes to FM. "What's In A Name?" includes first and middle name meanings with Bible verses for both.  A sample Matted Name Meaning will be available along with order blanks. (Please allow 3 days from ordering date.)  For special orders before Saturday, her email address is: vikingland.enterprises@gmail.com and her cell is:  #901-674-5113.




#3 Michel Craig will be selling Mini specialty cheesecakes, assorted cookies, fried pies, fried meat pies, buttermilk pies and various other goodies.  



#3  Fred Wharton will be back with organic produce.  He will have green beans, snap beans, 3 kinds of cucumbers, eggplants, Bell peppers, radishessquash (acorn, buttercup, butternut, freckles & patti-pans) and tomatoes.



 #4 Cheryl Ivie-Harper from Maydelle Country will be selling fruit wines. Their wines are made in small batches and bottled one at a time with the attitude of "If it ain't fun, it ain't right." Their wine list consists of Lemon, Lime, Grapefruit, Elderberry, Blackberry, Peach, a Pear/Apricot blend (Texas Sunset), pineapple and others that will be rotated by stock.  Their phone number is: 903-795-3915 



  #4 Weda Scholes will be at the market this Saturday.  She will be selling 10 grain honey loaf bread and free-range eggs.



#5  Shannon White (Petalwork) will be back this Saturday.  She makes fresh, fun, and elegant jewelry designs. Natural stones, metals, crystals, glass - all are included in different designs.  Layaway available. Gift certificates available. We accept Cash, Checks, Visa & MasterCard. Contact Shannon via mobile/text at 512-663-3774. LIKE her business on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Petalwork.   



 #6 The Jones family from Texadus Family Farm in Timpson will be selling baked goods, brewed coffee & tea, spice blends, herbal teas, granolas, and LOW SUGAR jellies (blackberry, muscadine and apple). They will have their hand crafted goat's milk soap made from their own goat's milk available (They milk the goats!).  Come by and smell them and ask questions. They will also have laundry soap bars and premixed laundry soap powder, lotion bars, chest rub, muscle rub, headache sticks, lip balms, diaper cream, and more.  Friend Lynn on face book - Texadus Farm-Wife or LIKE our face book page (Texadus Family Farm) for CURRENT updates!  Our email is - texadus@gmail.com (ask to be added to OUR email newsletter for a weekly list of our produce and baked goods). Call Lynn at 936-615-3050 (leave a message)



#7 Jim Duty will be selling country fresh eggs, okra, pickled okra and persimmons.



#8 George and Teresa Millard will be selling basil, green beans, cucumbers, eggplants, greens (bok choi, kale, collard, mustard, Swiss chard & turnip), lettuce, okra, onions,  peppers (hot & sweet), radishes (ice-cycle & red), strawberry preserves, squash (scallop, yellow & zucchini), tomatillos, tomatoes (cherry & red) and turnips.  



 #9 Gail Riley will be back.  She sells home made breads including Cinnamon Raisin, Cinnamon Swirl, Honey White, Honey Wheat, Garlic Cheese, Garlic Jalapeno Cheese, Garlic Parmesan, Jalapeno Cheese, Sun-dried Tomato, Sun-dried Tomato, Parmesan, Sourdough, Sourdough Jalapeno, Rye, Pumpernickel, Cajun.  Call 24 hours ahead for special orders:  936-676-2225



#9 Julie Rice will be at the market this Saturday (She comes to the market every other week).  She sells fresh made HOT, Med, and mild salsa, a variety of jellies and low sugar jellies(blackberry,  plum, peach, figs) tasty individual Apple pies baked in a mason jar and freshly made apple-butter. Along with Soup in a jar and pickled eggs.



 #10 Michael Cid with the New Day Baking Company will be serving breakfast burritos, chicken fajita tacos, omelets and pancakes.  He will also be selling yard eggs, fresh juices, foccacia bread and other baked goods at the farmers market made whenever possible of items from the farmers market.  The New Day Baking Company is a one of a kind bakery specializing in local, organic, and gluten free products.  Their guiding principles are that food should be local and sustainable while still being nutritious and above all delicious.   



#11 Opal Blume will be selling beeswax, local honey, creamed honey, rosemary and cold water.   



#12 Sarah Reynolds will be selling organic produce from the Good Roots Garden Farm.  She will be selling basil, 3 kinds of cucumbers, garlic, peppers (Bell, hot & sweet)and watermelons.



 



#13 Cindy Pruett with the Appleby Community Farm will be back.  She sells pastured organic eggs, cut flowers,  greens (Chinese cabbage, swiss chard & kale), herbs, horned melons, pickled okra and peppers (banana, jalapeno & Trinidad perfume).  For information about the Appleby Community Farm CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) farm on HWY 59 between Appleby and HWY 259, check out their website: www.applebycommunityfarm.com or stop by and visit with them at the market for membership information



  VENDORS OUTSIDE COVERED AREA 



Jo-Jo won't be at the market this Saturday (He comes to the market every other week).  He sells Asian BBQ (chicken-on-a-stick & pork-on-a-stick), egg-rolls and pancit noodles. 



Nikki Cumby (Grandma's Best) will be back.  She sells fried pies in a variety of flavors which include apple, apricot, peach, cherry, pineapple, chocolate, coconut, vanilla, lemon, buttermilk, pecan and sweet potato. What makes her fried pies different from others is in the fruit pies, she also use dried fruit. The size of her pies are much larger than the average pie.  She also makes homemade cookies, brownies, sweet breads, pies, cakes and old fashion tea cakes.  For special orders call 903-216-7438.



Wynn and Pam Havard with Jellytree Mayhaw Farm will be at the market this week.  They will have lots of mayhaw jelly, pepper jelly, and a variety of jams.  All of our jams and jellies are made one batch at a time with locally grown fruit and pure cane sugar.  Stop by for a sample!



Peggie Hobbs probably won't be at the market this Saturday if it rains.  She sells aprons, hand-made tote bags and sunbonnets, as well as, crocheted scarves and hats to keep you warm.  She will also be introducing  assorted baby items and kitchen decor items. 



George Partain will be returning with eggplants, onions, unshelled red ripper peas, shelled purple hull peas, squash (patti-pan, yellow & zucchini), sweet potatoes and tomatoes (red & green).



The SFA Horticulture Club will be back with starter plants (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale & mustard) and succulents.   







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