Expected at market Tuesday, May 21st:
Heirloom Farm – Jason Bolls – Rocky Top spring mix lettuce and Danvers carrots
Tara’s – Tara Fleming – a variety of plants, apple butter, pepper jelly and farm fresh eggs.
Salinas Farm – Tricia Salinas – potatoes, onions, yellow squash, zucchini, broccoli, farm fresh eggs, local raw honey and jellies; possibly cherries and blackberries.
Solomon’s Farm – Melanie Solomon – crookneck yellow squash, English cucumber, kohlrabi, tender purple top turnips, sassy molasses cookies, home baked breads, local honey, jams, jellies, and bath and body products.
Mrs. Fern’s Fried Pies – Fern Dixon – an assortment of her famous homemade fried pies (apricot, chocolate, coconut, peach and pecan). *Hint: peach and chocolate are the favorites – get there before they’re gone!
Arnold Farms – Lynn Arnold – cucumbers, broccoli, onions, new potatoes, green beans, garlic and limited cabbage.
Wildflowers – Jane Collums – very limited squash and cucumbers; local raw honey, jams, jellies, honey suckers, freshly baked fruit breads and cookies.
Miracle Farms – Jack and Sunny Daniels – grass-fed beef, homegrown Berkshire pork, free-range eggs, fresh jellies and jams, local honey and freshly baked goods.
Citrus & Sage – Tessah Singleton – handmade soap, candles, wax tarts, glossy balms and lotion bars.
Log Cabin Soapery – Sue and Lee Nesom – all your favorite Essential Oil Soaps and Fragrance Oil Soaps. Feature this week is a new soap: Milky Rich, using the popular Double Butter recipe and Lavender Essential Oil.
Plant Lady Products and Creations – Andrea Rubio – macramé plant hangers and book marks; also herb plants, house plants and propagated plants in water.
Silvey Farm – Mark and Dana Silvey – dewberries/wild blackberries, butter crunch lettuce (green and red), red romaine lettuce, Little Gem and May Queen head lettuce, radishes, sugar snap peas, kale, red potatoes, cut herbs (oregano, chocolate mint and lemon balm), jellies (purple hull, dewberry and elderberry), baked goods (cinnamon rolls, zucchini bread, brownies and chocolate chip mint cookies); also elderberry whistles, potholders and cloth grocery bags.
And MORE who have not called in.
Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) in Hempstead County will be hosting the hospitality table. Don’t forget to stop by for a hot cup of coffee, a friendly hello, and sign up for a chance to win the weekly giveaway basket — full of local produce and handmade goodies!
Taste THIS! Tuesday: Terrie James with Hempstead County Extension will be sampling “Kohlrabi Slaw”. Have you ever tried kohlrabi? Here is your chance!
Hope Farmers’ Market wants to “turnip the beet!” Do you or someone you know play music? Sign up to play at the market. We welcome all genres.
- Please visit our partner markets Fridays in Nashville from 7a.m.-11a.m. and in Old Washington on Saturdays from 8a.m. to 1pm.