Fall produce at the market
Glenwood Saturday Market
Temperatures continue to vary and signs of fall are being seen in the hills.
Gingered peach marmalade, peach butter and bread and butter pickles begin the tempting choices at Cyn Cyr’s jams and jellies.
The beyond organic produce coming from Kuhns’ Peach Valley CSA start off with field ripened, locally grown snap beans, cucumbers, onions, leeks, garlic, greens, peppers, pesto and herbs.
Palisade O’Henry has organic peaches as well as four varieties of apples and red and yellow pears. Fresh picking music from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A large assortment of cuts of lean grass-fed beef is awaiting you at Farmer Dave’s as well as a stock-up assortment of pork sausage. Healthy Baker brings apple and peach fritters, Dakota 4 seed bread as well as their focaccia made with 30-year-old starter. Get yours today.
The winter squash, acorn, hubbard and delicata are arriving in larger quantities packed with many needed vitamins. Bee pollen, honeycomb and fresh turnips, beets and summer squash offer a variety of menu items at Mesa Forge & Farm.
The freshly roasting chilis are again just the beginning at DeVries Farm stand. Winter storage quality and quantities of beets, potatoes, tomatoes, green beans summer and winter squash along with a spicy assortment of canned goods allow the stocking of your larder in preparation for winter.
The Glenwood Saturday Farmers Market is located in the Rite-Aid parking lot and is open from 7:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. through the end of October.
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