Glenwood Saturday Market |

Glenwood Saturday Market

The crispness of freshly picked produce, the juicy peaches, Olathe Sweet sweet corn, pickles in the making, potatoes for grilling, tomatoes for salads — these are a few of the wonderful sensations (and meal options) available at our Glenwood Springs Farmers Market.

Small individual batches of Cyn Cyr’s locally produced jams, jellies and relishes offer a glimpse of the pride that they are made with as well as the taste of fresh, ripe fruit.

Healthy Baker is returning to the market the incredible tastes of both peach and apple fritters (this is the old recipe) and double stuffed focaccia bread made with sun dried tomatoes, kalamata olives and artichoke hearts. Garlic, four herbs, cheddar and mozzarella are the start of his artisan breads. Look for his famous vegan, organic four-seeded Dakota bread and an organic double-stuffed hot chilies and cheddar in sourdough bread. All of this goodness and a selection of treats for the sweet tooth — brownies and carrot cake to name two — will be available.

High altitude wild flower honey, local alfalfa and rabbit brush honey, bee pollen and honey comb are at Mesa Forge and Farm’s stand next to the wide array of Plum Daisy’s award-winning organic jams. Cinnamon raisin, oatmeal and zucchini breads are also here. The first of the flowers and summer squash are showing themselves as well.

Kaleb’s Katch features the fascinating tastes of wild caught Alaskan salmon — from smoked to fillets and portions, you simply can’t go wrong.

Kuhns’ Peach Valley CSA will harvest our Garfield County field grown, pesticide- and GMO-free summer squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, greens, kale, basil and garlic, along with certified organic Palisade J.H. Hale and Angeles peaches. Also, PV grown McIntosh summer apples.

DeVries Farm also offers freshly roasted chilies, red and gold potatoes, cabbage and a large offering of labeled canned products not often seen elsewhere.

Stop in this Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Rite-Aid parking lot for your local grocery connection.

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