Glenwood Saturday Market |

Glenwood Saturday Market

The addition of the winter squash is welcome as we continue to store our produce by canning, freezing or drying for winter availability. Cucumbers, tomatoes, peaches and apples are the beginning of a large quantity of produce for canning.

This week at the Glenwood Springs Saturday Farmers Market, Cyn Cyr will be offering locally sourced wild plum preserves, as well as having sweet pickle spears in both pint and half-pint jars. Bread-and-butter pickles are also available. Stop by for a free sample of her fabulous jams and pepper jellies. She is offering a 50-cent credit toward your next purchase with the return of empty jars.

Kuhns’ Peach Valley CSA will bring to market Garfield County field grown, “beyond organic” summer squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, sweet peppers, greens, basil and garlic, along with certified organic Palisade O’Henry peaches. Also, PV grown McIntosh apples, pears, Italian plums, melons and Gail’s flowers will be available.

At Healthy Baker the incredible apple and peach fritters have returned, becoming the perfect complement to your coffee. In other selections here, find: double-stuffed focaccia bread made with sun-dried tomatoes, Kalamata olives, artichoke hearts, garlic, four herbs, cheddar and mozzarella, his famous vegan, organic four-seeded Dakota bread and an organic double stuffed hot chilies and cheddar in sourdough bread. The opportunity to satisfy a chocolate craving can also be found here with a brownie or Elvis bar.

High altitude wildflower honey, local alfalfa and rabbit brush honey, bee pollen and honeycomb are at Mesa Forge and Farm’s stand next to the wide array of Plum Daisy’s award-winning organic jams. Potato bread and rolls along with cinnamon raisin, oatmeal and zucchini breads are also here. Mary’s flowers, summer and winter squash, turnips and beets are showing themselves as well. Stop by and enjoy the photos from the farm!

Kaleb’s Katch continues to bring an incredible array of freshly frozen, sustainably caught Alaskan salmon; king, coho, portions, fillets or smoked. Talk to them about the options for stocking up for winter.

DeVries Farm stand continues to offer freshly roasted chilies (you can watch the chilies roasting), bags of red and gold potatoes, cabbage, field grown tomatoes and a tasty assortment of specialty canned items, including an array of salsa to please most palates.

The listing of produce can be found by stopping in at your Glenwood Springs Saturday Farmers Market from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Oct. 31.

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