Bluegrass Farmers Market

  (Lexington, Kentucky)
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Bluegrass Farmers' Market shares a turnip recipe!

Winter has always meant soups, stews and chili. But, Mother Nature has seen fit to continue to keep us blanketed in snow and I am getting tired of one bowl meals. I never thought I would say that. Lol


I happened to mention my need for a change to an online friend and she asked if I had any root vegetables stored away. The larder is getting a wee bit low but I still have some onions, beets and turnips. She was sweet enough to share one of her favorite recipes with me and she didn't even know that I am a turnip lover from way back! My dad was one of those guys who would eat anything that you put in front of him...even if he didn't know what it was. Mom was a super cook and her turnips were mashed and loaded with butter. We'd always laugh because dad would ask what kind of potato she used! Poor dad, just eat and be happy. :) So, this recipe will surely bring back some wonderful memories for me...I can't wait to try it. I'm thinking a spinach salad on the side. My hubby is thinking pork chops. Whatever, this recipe sounds wonderful and I thank my friend for sharing it.


Turnip Souffle


1/2 cup onion, chopped

1 tablespoon butter, melted

3 cups cooked and mashed turnips

2 eggs, separated

1/4 milk

3 tablespoons flour

1 tablespoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg

pepper to taste

1/2 cup fine breadcrumbs


In a small skillet, cook onion in 1 teaspoon of the melted butter until tender, about 4 minutes.

Beat egg whites until stiff; set aside. Beat egg yolks with the milk; stir in the flour, baking powder, salt, nutmeg and pepper. Stir egg yolk mixture into the mashed turnips. Fold in beaten egg whites.. Turn mixture into a lightly greased 6 cup baking dish.


Combine bread crumbs and remaining melted butter. Sprinkle over the turnip mixture and bake in a preheated 375 degree oven for about 30 minutes or until puffy and golden!



By the way...only 58 days and a wake up

until the 2014 Bluegrass Farmers' Market opens on April 12th!

 
 

Happy New Year from the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

It's time to say goodbye to 2013 and welcome in 2014!


2013 has been a great year for the Bluegrass Farmers' Market. We welcomed quite a few new members including...Gilkison Farm, My Ole Kentucky Soap, Shallow Creek Farm, JP Foods, LLC, Reece Garden and On Tapp Dairy. They were all great additions to our market.


We also had some family additions! Robin and Randy became grandparents and Josh became an uncle when the folks at Hughes Farm welcomed Eliza to the family. Heck, the proud grandparents even traveled to New Zealand to welcome their granddaughter to the family. John and Joy Shirk of Rejoicing Acres became the proud parents of a new baby boy named Daniel. Congratulations to both families.


A first for the BGFM came in 2013 when some displaced musicians were looking for a new place to call home each Saturday. Roger and Clay, The Two Old Troubadors, found us! Each Saturday they delighted us with their music.


Unfortunately we also lost a very dear market friend in Barbara Gardener. Barbara has been a market supporter for many years. She was an avid gardener and a member of the Master Gardener Program. While we will miss her smiling face, we're sure she is beautifying the heavens above.


Our market members wish everyone a safe, happy and healthy 2014! Happy New Year from our farms to your homes.


See ya in 102 days...the 2014 Bluegrass Farmers' Market opens April 12, 2014!


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Merry Christmas from the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

From our farms to you...


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MERRY

CHRISTMAS

TO ALL OF OUR

MARKET FRIENDS!

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May your homes be filled with love and joy!

 
 

Extra Added Goodies at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

Just thought I would remind everyone that some of our members have goodies available even though the market is closed for the season. Think gifts and holiday menus!!!


Here's a list of possibilities with contact information...


Grimes Mill Winery, the name “winery” says it all! http://www.grimesmillwinery.com


Larry Mac's Cheese Spreads, yummy beer cheese! http://www.larrymacsbeercheese.com


Hughes Farm, lamb and goat sausage and much more! Email them at hughesfarproductsllc@gmail.com


Herb'n Renewal, the “we take the guesswork out of seasoning folks!” http://www.herbnrenewal.com


JP Foods Pimento Cheese, think Bourbon, cheese and pimentos! Email them at jpfoodsllc@gmail.com


My Ole Kentucky Soap, homemade natural soaps...think beer soap! Email them at myolekentuckysoap@gmail.com


McMaine's Riverhaven Farm, how about some pepper jam! Email Linda at lmcmaine@gmail.com


On Tapp Dairy, Chicken, beef and pork...maybe eggs! Email them at ontapp@gmail.com


And, Stone Burr Farm will have fresh lamb at Azur Restaurant on November 27th. From 2pm until 6pm. Gene tells me that he might have some beef, chicken and mushrooms too! You can email him at stoneburrlamb@gmail.com


Small, local farms and businesses rely on you to help us continue...

Thank you for your support!

 
 

Sweet Potato Recipes from the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

I am confused! Have I been eating sweet potatoes or yams on Thanksgiving Day? I just had to go searching for an answer and I came up with this website. http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/mysteries/sweetpotato.html


It really does explain the difference and I have found out that yes, my mom used to use yams! :)


I have a feeling that either sweet potatoes, taters or yams will work just fine in these recipes.


The first one comes from Virgil Clark of Clark Farms...it's always part of their holiday meals!


Sweet Potato Casserole

Ingredients:

1 cup sugar
3 cups cooked sweet potatoes
1/3 cup milk
2 eggs
1/2 cup unsalted butter
1 tsp. vanilla
1 cup firmly packed lite brown sugar
1 cup chopped Pecans
1/3 cup unsalted butter
1/2 cup flour

cook & mash sweet potatoes. Add sugar, eggs, vanilla, milk,& 1/2 cup margarine. Beat until smooth. Pour into a 2 quart casserole dish/pan
Combine in separate bowl, brown sugar,flour,1/3 cup margarine & pecans. Sprinkle on top of casserole . Bake at 350 for 30 minutes.


This next one comes from my Godchild, Heidi Wootres, and I can guarantee it is a winner...she fixed it last year when visiting from Virginia.

 

Sweet Tater Casserole


3 cups cooked, mashed sweet taters

1/2 cup melted butter

2 eggs, lightly beaten

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 teaspoon vanilla



Combine and spoon into a greased casserole dish.



Topping:


1/2 cup brown sugar

1 cup chopped pecans

1/3 cup flour

1/2 cup melted butter


Spread topping over taters and bake uncovered in a 350 degree oven for 40 minutes.



This one is my mom's “yam” recipe just as she wrote it out in her diary. She was a great cook that used unusual words to describe her recipes...the yams should be “just squishy” and not “mushy!” lol I try to do justice to her yams each year.


Sally's Yams


5 large fresh yams cooked (boil) until tender. Cool and peel the things. Put in bowl and beat with electric mixer. Add ¼ lb. butter melted, ¾ c. brown sugar, 4 eggs, 1 cup evaporated milk. Add 1 tsp of these ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon and very little cloves. Beat until smooth. Bake in 11 by 14 aluminum throw away pan (you won’t have to worry about taking the dirty dish home) in a 350 degree oven. When a knife comes out clean, the yams are done. Top with marshmallows and brown under broiler. Happy Gobble Gobble!


 
 

Sharing Bluegrass Farmers' Market recipes!

Here's another recipe from Virgil Clark of Clark Farms. It sounds wonderful, especially if you use pork sausage from On Tapp Dairy, farm fresh eggs from Hughes Farm, Rejoicing Acres or On Tapp Dairy!


This is good any time or if you have overnight guests, fix the night before and the next morning while you are having coffee, breakfast is in the oven cooking.

Breakfast Casserole

Ingredients
6 slices white bread
1 pound bulk pork sausage
1 teaspoon dry mustard
5 eggs
2 cups milk
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
2 cups grated Swiss cheese

Instructions
Grease a lasagna pan large enough to hold the slices of bread laid out flat. Brown the sausage, drain the grease, and stir in the dry mustard. Beat the eggs and milk together with the Worcestershire sauce, salt, and pepper. Place the bread slices in the lasagna pan, spoon the sausage and then the cheese over the bread. Pour the egg mixture over all. Refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 45 minutes.

Yield: 6 servings

 
 

Bluegrass Farmers' Market News!

Tomorrow morning will feel very strange for many of us. The farmers are used to bringing their goodies to the market and setting up. The customers are used to seeing those smiling farmers faces. Unfortunately, our last Saturday market for the 2013 season was last week. We'll miss everyone and we hope that you will be missing us.


Don't think that our farmers are not working and taking time off. They are planting their fields with cover crops, ordering seeds for spring planting and in some cases...planting items that need the winter to grow, like garlic!


Now is the time to speak up and let our farmers know what you would like to see next year...especially for the spring crops! Was there enough lettuce? Did you find plenty of spring greens? How many times did you miss out on onions and radishes? Was there something that you wanted but never saw at the market? Please comment and let us know. The only way we can grow better for you, our customers, is if we know what you want! Good, bad or otherwise...comments are appreciated.


Stay tuned for more recipes, news and general comments all winter long. The market might be closed for the season but we are still going strong until we open again in April, 2014!




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Check out our Facebook page to see updates!


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Farmers-Market/108689732505252


And, speaking of our Facebook page...we'd love to have you as a friend! :)



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3450 Richmond Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

Tuesday 3 until 6 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON


We'll be set up in the beautiful tree lined parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, right next door to the Glenn Auto Mall on Richmond Rd. It's just a hop, skip and a jump outside of Man 'O War Blvd. Parking is right there so you don't have to drive around hunting for a spot to park. The parking lot is also paved and that makes it very stroller and wheelchair friendly!


3101 Clays Mill Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

Thursday 3 until 6 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON


Look for us in the Stonewall Center, set up in front of Another Man's Treasure. Plenty of free parking available!



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The Bluegrass Farmers' Market


is Lexington's largest


100% homegrown/produced farmers market!


And, each farmer is certified...


KENTUCKY PROUD!


And all fruit and veggie farmers are...


GAP Certified


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We Accept


EBT/DEBIT


WIC & FMNP Cards!

 
 

2013 Bluegrass Farmers' Market season comes to an end!

Well, the time has come for our 2013 market season to come to an end. Saturday will be our last market day for the year. But, the good news is we'll be back in April! We'd all like to thank our customers for making 2013 such a great year for us. We continued to set up each Tuesday and Saturday at our main Richmond Rd. location. And, we added a new Thursday and Saturday market at Stonewall Center. Both markets proved to be very popular with our customers and farmers alike.


Even though the market is coming to a close, our farmers are still working hard. The daylight hours are spent preparing fields and the evening hours are spent scouring seed catalogs. This is where our customers come in...our farmers want to know what you'd like to see next year at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market. Is there something special? Did you notice a lack of anything this year? Please do not hesitate to send us your suggestions and comments. The blog will continue all winter long with updates, recipes and news. So, join in and let us know what you think!


Okay, time to let everyone know what you'll find at the market on Saturday...


Tomatoes

Green Beans

Pumpkins

Winter Squash

Eggplant

Peppers

Sweet Potatoes

Potatoes

Kale

Lettuce

Basil

Catnip

Lavender Sachet

Radishes

Beef

Pork

Poultry

Goat

Lamb

Eggs

Baked Goods

Fruit Jams & Jellies

Pepper Jams

Bean Soup Mix

Herb Seasoning

Homemade Soaps

Gift Baskets

Cut Flowers

Hot Prepared Foods

And, probably some surprises!




Check out our Facebook page to see updates!


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Farmers-Market/108689732505252


And, speaking of our Facebook page...we'd love to have you as a friend! :)



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~*~ 2013 MARKET HOURS ~*~



3450 Richmond Rd.

Open through October 26th


Saturday 9 until 2

Tuesday 3 until 6 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON


We'll be set up in the beautiful tree lined parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, right next door to the Glenn Auto Mall on Richmond Rd. It's just a hop, skip and a jump outside of Man 'O War Blvd. Parking is right there so you don't have to drive around hunting for a spot to park. The parking lot is also paved and that makes it very stroller and wheelchair friendly!


3101 Clays Mill Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

Thursday 3 until 6 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON


Thank you all for your support this season. We hope you enjoyed our newest location.


Look for us in the Stonewall Center, set up in front of Another Man's Treasure. Plenty of free parking available!



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*



The Bluegrass Farmers' Market


is Lexington's largest


100% homegrown/produced farmers market!


And, each farmer is certified...


KENTUCKY PROUD!


And all fruit and veggie farmers are...


GAP Certified


~*~*~*~*~*~*

We Accept


EBT/DEBIT



 
 

Happenings at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

I always hate being the bearer of bad news,but here goes...the Stonewall Center market has closed for the 2013 season. It was a great new market for us and we certainly appreciated the support that our new customers showed us.


The really great news...the Richmond Rd. market will be open through October 26th! That means that you have two more weeks to stock up on all that our farmers have to offer! Think canning, freezing, drying or just stocking up on “we've already done the work for ya” items like jams, jellies, herb seasoning, bean soup mixes and homemade soaps. They make great gifts too! :)


So, what will you be able to find this Saturday at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market?


Kirby Overman will be bringing his wonderful tomatoes!


Linda from McMaine's Riverhaven Farm will be bringing her super pepper selection...hot, sweet and in between! Tomatoes and okra will be in short supply, so shop early. She'll be bringing pie pumpkins too! Pepper and fruit jams...including grape jelly! And, if you are looking for a perfect gift...think a jar of beautifully layered dried bean soup mix!


Jane O'Tiernan will be bringing her beautiful cut flowers...believe me they are full of color and are sure to brighten any day! Her basil is great too!


Judy at Caludi's Fields will have heirloom tomatoes and her wonderful fruit jams!


The folks at Hughes Farm will be making sure that the wonderful aromas from their grilling and cooking wafts through the market. Goat and lamb with fresh market veggies...it just doesn't get any better than that! Heck, yes it does...super delicious pumpkin baked goodies too! Don't forget that you can purchase their lamb and goat and cook it yourself! Just ask for some directions if you need to.


Tami and/or Tom from My Ole Kentucky Soap will be bringing their wonderful handmade bath soaps, laundry soaps and lotion to the market. They will also have soaps and soap dishes all wrapped up for gift giving! By the way, this might be your last chance to purchase their products at the market.


On Tapp Dairy will be bringing their wonderful free range eggs, chicken, beef, pork...bacon and hams too! Freshness just doesn't get any better!


The “we take the guesswork out of seasoning” Herb'n Renewal folks, Karin and Drew, will be bringing plenty of hand blended herb seasoning with them. These make great gifts and they always supply recipes! An extra added attraction will be walking onion sets from Tomatoes, etc.! You'll also be able to find the crowd favorite...Zucchini, Apple'n Oat Thingies. And, for the next two weeks, look for affordable gift baskets with soap, bath salts and an extra added surprise!


Sorry to say that the “Two Old Troubadours” will not be with us this Saturday...they will be delighting folks with their music at another location. But, they will be back to serenade us on our last market day!


There might be other surprises...somehow, farmers just happen to show up without letting anyone know, so you might find all sorts of other goodies!



Check out our Facebook page to see updates!


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Farmers-Market/108689732505252


And, speaking of our Facebook page...we'd love to have you as a friend! :)



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~*~ 2013 MARKET HOURS ~*~



3450 Richmond Rd.

Open through October 26th


Saturday 9 until 2

Tuesday 3 until 6


We'll be set up in the beautiful tree lined parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, right next door to the Glenn Auto Mall on Richmond Rd. It's just a hop, skip and a jump outside of Man 'O War Blvd. Parking is right there so you don't have to drive around hunting for a spot to park. The parking lot is also paved and that makes it very stroller and wheelchair friendly!


3101 Clays Mill Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

Thursday 3 until 6 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON


Thank you all for your support this season. We hope you enjoyed our newest location.

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*



The Bluegrass Farmers' Market


is Lexington's largest


100% homegrown/produced farmers market!


And, each farmer is certified...


KENTUCKY PROUD!


And all fruit and veggie farmers are...


GAP Certified


~*~*~*~*~*~*

We Accept


EBT/DEBIT



 
 

Super Fall Saturday at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

The great news...the weather folks are predicting a beautiful Saturday! Even more great news...our farmers are still bringing 100% homegrown goodness to the market! That includes some of what most folks think of as “summer stuff” like corn and tomatoes. Yup, tomatoes will be at both market locations and corn will be available at our Richmond Rd. market. :) Don't forget those holiday favorites like sweet potatoes..you can find them at both locations and they store well...think Thanksgiving!


Yes, even though this is the last week for our Stonewall Center market, the main market at Richmond Rd. will continue through October 26th and holiday gift offerings are sure to start appearing! Think jams, jellies, homemade soaps, wine, etc. A gift package full of 100% Kentucky Proud products would be a welcome gift for anyone. If this year is anything like the past market years, you'll be seeing more gift items like soup beans, fruit and pepper jams, herb baskets and soap gifts, etc. We'll keep you updated on the list of gift ideas.


For now, let's see what will be available at our markets this Saturday...




RICHMOND RD. MARKET



Corn

Tomatoes

Squash...assorted varieties

Zucchini

Green Beans

Okra

Onions

Eggplant

Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes

Peppers

Basil

Catnip

Melons

Pumpkins

Beef

Pork

Chicken

Lamb

Goat

Eggs

Baked Goods

Cut flowers...think Zinnias and Cockscomb!

Chestnuts

Herb Seasoning

Fruit jams

Pepper jams

Pimento cheese

Dried lavender sachet

Homemade soap & gift packs!

Wine

Prepared foods!


And, entertainment provided by the “Two Old Troubadours!”




STONEWALL CENTER MARKET


Tomatoes

Onions

Potatoes

Pumpkins

Melons

And, maybe some surprises!



Always smiles galore!


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Check out our Facebook page to see updates!


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Farmers-Market/108689732505252


And, speaking of our Facebook page...we'd love to have you as a friend! :)



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~*~ 2013 MARKET HOURS ~*~



3450 Richmond Rd.

Open through October 26th


Saturday 9 until 2

Tuesday 3 until 6


We'll be set up in the beautiful tree lined parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, right next door to the Glenn Auto Mall on Richmond Rd. It's just a hop, skip and a jump outside of Man 'O War Blvd. Parking is right there so you don't have to drive around hunting for a spot to park. The parking lot is also paved and that makes it very stroller and wheelchair friendly!


3101 Clays Mill Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2 LAST DAY IS SATURDAY

Thursday 3 until 6 CLOSED FOR THE SEASON


Thank you all for your support this season. We hope you enjoyed our newest location.


Look for us in the Stonewall Center, set up in front of Another Man's Treasure. Plenty of free parking available!



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*



The Bluegrass Farmers' Market


is Lexington's largest


100% homegrown/produced farmers market!


And, each farmer is certified...


KENTUCKY PROUD!


And all fruit and veggie farmers are...


GAP Certified


~*~*~*~*~*~*

We Accept


EBT/DEBIT

 
 

Saturday Happenings at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

The government might be shutdown, but not the Bluegrass Farmers' Market! We're business as usual this Saturday.


It looks like Mother Nature will be bringing some fall weather into our area next week. Time to get those fall decorations like, pumpkins, gourds and bittersweet out. It's also chili time! We've got the herb seasoning, the tomatoes, peppers and the meat to create the perfect pot of chili for tailgating. Don't forget to try grilling some veggies too! Ask a farmer for some suggestions. :)


We are starting to wind down for the 2013 market season...the Richmond Rd market will be open through October 26th and the Stonewall Center market will continue until October 12th. There's still plenty of time to shop!




RICHMOND RD. MARKET



Tomatoes

Squash...assorted varieties

Zucchini

Green Beans

Okra

Onions

Eggplant

Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes

Peppers

Basil

Catnip

Melons

Pumpkins

Bittersweet

Dried Wheatberries

Beef

Pork

Chicken

Lamb

Goat

Eggs

Baked Goods

Cut flowers...think Zinnias and Cockscomb!

Herb Seasoning

Fruit jams

Pepper jams

Pimento cheese

Dried lavender sachet

Homemade soap

Prepared foods!


And, entertainment provided by the “Two Old Troubadours!”




STONEWALL CENTER MARKET


Green Beans

Squash

Tomatoes

Onions

Zucchini

Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes

Peppers

Melons

Homemade soap




Smiles galore!


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Check out our Facebook page to see updates!


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Farmers-Market/108689732505252


And, speaking of our Facebook page...we'd love to have you as a friend! :)



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*


~*~ 2013 MARKET HOURS ~*~



3450 Richmond Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2

Tuesday 3 until 6


We'll be set up in the beautiful tree lined parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, right next door to the Glenn Auto Mall on Richmond Rd. It's just a hop, skip and a jump outside of Man 'O War Blvd. Parking is right there so you don't have to drive around hunting for a spot to park. The parking lot is also paved and that makes it very stroller and wheelchair friendly!


3101 Clays Mill Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2

Thursday 3 until 6


Look for us in the Stonewall Center, set up in front of Another Man's Treasure. Plenty of free parking available!



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*



The Bluegrass Farmers' Market


is Lexington's largest


100% homegrown/produced farmers market!


And, each farmer is certified...


KENTUCKY PROUD!


And all fruit and veggie farmers are...


GAP Certified


~*~*~*~*~*~*

We Accept


EBT/DEBIT

 
 

Sunny Saturday at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

Tomorrow might be the first Saturday in fall but it promises to feel more like summer! Mother Nature is giving us yet another beautiful day in the 80's! Yes, we still have plenty of summer goodness at the market. Yes, we also have plenty of fall goodies available too. Don't forget the fall decorations...pumpkins, gourds, mums and bittersweet!


So, call a friend or family member and come visit Lexington's largest 100% homegrown farmers market!


Remember, we are open through October 26, 2013!!!


RICHMOND RD. MARKET

Corn

Tomatoes

Squash...assorted varieties

Zucchini

Green Beans

Okra

Onions

Eggplant

Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes

Peppers

Basil

Catnip

Melons

Pumpkins

Gourds

Bittersweet

Beef

Pork

Chicken

Lamb

Goat

Eggs

Baked Goods

Cut flowers...think Zinnias and Cockscomb!

Mums

Herb Seasoning

Jams

Pepper spreads

Pimento cheese

Dried lavender sachet

Prepared foods!


And, entertainment provided by the “Two Old Troubadours!”




STONEWALL CENTER MARKET

Green Beans

Squash

Cucumbers

Cabbage

Tomatoes

Onions

Zucchini

Potatoes

Peppers

Melons




Smiles galore!


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Check out our Facebook page to see updates!


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Farmers-Market/108689732505252


And, speaking of our Facebook page...we'd love to have you as a friend! :)



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*


~*~ 2013 MARKET HOURS ~*~



3450 Richmond Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2

Tuesday 3 until 6


We'll be set up in the beautiful tree lined parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, right next door to the Glenn Auto Mall on Richmond Rd. It's just a hop, skip and a jump outside of Man 'O War Blvd. Parking is right there so you don't have to drive around hunting for a spot to park. The parking lot is also paved and that makes it very stroller and wheelchair friendly!


3101 Clays Mill Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2

Thursday 3 until 6


Look for us in the Stonewall Center, set up in front of Another Man's Treasure. Plenty of free parking available!



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*



The Bluegrass Farmers' Market


is Lexington's largest


100% homegrown/produced farmers market!


And, each farmer is certified...


KENTUCKY PROUD!


And all fruit and veggie farmers are...


GAP Certified


~*~*~*~*~*~*

We Accept


EBT/DEBIT

 
 

Wow, What a Great Saturday Market!

This Saturday is going to be a busy one for the local Lexington food lovers! It's the “Follow the Food Farm Tour” day. And, we are happy to say that the Bluegrass Farmers' Market, Richmond Rd. location, will be one of the venues on the tour. We'll have some samples, homegrown treats for the kids and plenty of homegrown goodness available. The Fayette County Extension Master Gardener Program will have folks on hand to answer your gardening and tour questions. We are also proud to say that one of our members, Botanica, is on the tour. Stop by the market and then head out Richmond Rd. to Vicki's farm. Heck, don't stop there with the proud member stuff...Grimes Mill Winery will be celebrating their second anniversary! By the way, if you have been to the market in the past few weeks, surely you have noticed the great music coming from the Two Old Troubadours! They'll be at the Grimes Mill Winery celebration from 3 until 5...rain or shine! On top of all of this excitement, your friendly author of the blogs turns 65 on Saturday! lol  I say we all celebrate the localness! :)


Here's a link to the farm tour just in case you have missed it. Http://www.fayettecountyfarmtour.com


Remember, we are open through October 26, 2013!!! There's still plenty of summer goodness available along with the great fall offerings!


RICHMOND RD. MARKET



Corn

Tomatoes

Squash...assorted varieties

Zucchini

Green Beans...heirlooms too!

Cabbage

Onions

Eggplant

Potatoes

Turnips

Beets

Peppers

Cucumbers

Basil

Catnip

Melons

Pumpkins

Gourds

Beef

Pork

Chicken

Lamb

Goat

Eggs

Baked Goods

Cut flowers...think Zinnias and Cockscomb!

Herb Seasoning

Jams

Pimento cheese

Dried lavender sachet

Homemade soaps

Wine

Prepared foods!


And, entertainment provided by the “Two Old Troubadours!”




STONEWALL CENTER MARKET


Green Beans

Squash

Cucumbers

Cabbage

Tomatoes

Onions

Zucchini

Potatoes

Peppers

Melons

Soaps




Smiles galore!


~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*


Check out our Facebook page to see updates!


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Farmers-Market/108689732505252


And, speaking of our Facebook page...we'd love to have you as a friend! :)



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*


~*~ 2013 MARKET HOURS ~*~



3450 Richmond Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2

Tuesday 3 until 6


We'll be set up in the beautiful tree lined parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, right next door to the Glenn Auto Mall on Richmond Rd. It's just a hop, skip and a jump outside of Man 'O War Blvd. Parking is right there so you don't have to drive around hunting for a spot to park. The parking lot is also paved and that makes it very stroller and wheelchair friendly!


3101 Clays Mill Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2

Thursday 3 until 6


Look for us in the Stonewall Center, set up in front of Another Man's Treasure. Plenty of free parking available!



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*



The Bluegrass Farmers' Market


is Lexington's largest


100% homegrown/produced farmers market!


And, each farmer is certified...


KENTUCKY PROUD!


And all fruit and veggie farmers are...


GAP Certified


~*~*~*~*~*~*

We Accept


EBT/DEBIT


WIC & FMNP Cards!








 
 

Super, Sunny Saturday at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

Okay, it seems as though there might be a touch of fall in the air. The air conditioners are turned off and the windows are all open...I am sitting here typing with goose bumps all over my legs! Guess I better go put on some long britches. Lol


Tomorrow promises to be a beautiful, cool and sunny day. A perfect day to visit the Bluegrass Farmers' Market! Our farmers are still bringing nothing but the freshest and best to both market locations. And, there is still plenty of summer goodness to go along with the new fall arrivals! If you haven't stocked up on goodies to can or freeze, now is the time to get that corn, zucchini and peppers...they won't be around much longer.


Here's a bit of what you'll find at our Saturday markets...


RICHMOND RD. MARKET



Corn

Tomatoes

Squash...assorted varieties

Zucchini

Green Beans...heirlooms too!

Cabbage

Onions

Eggplant

Potatoes

Turnips

Beets

Peppers

Cucumbers

Basil

Catnip

Melons

Beef

Pork

Chicken

Lamb

Goat

Eggs

Garlic

Baked Goods

Cut flowers...think Zinnias!

Herb Seasoning

Jams

Dried lavender sachet

Homemade soaps

Wine

Prepared foods!


And, entertainment provided by the “Two Old Troubadours!”




STONEWALL CENTER MARKET


Corn

Green Beans

Squash

Cucumbers

Cabbage

Tomatoes

Onions

Zucchini

Potatoes

Peppers

Greens

Beets

Melons

Strawberry jam




Smiles galore!


~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*


Check out our Facebook page to see updates!


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Farmers-Market/108689732505252


And, speaking of our Facebook page...we'd love to have you as a friend! :)



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*


~*~ 2013 MARKET HOURS ~*~



3450 Richmond Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2

Tuesday 3 until 6


We'll be set up in the beautiful tree lined parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, right next door to the Glenn Auto Mall on Richmond Rd. It's just a hop, skip and a jump outside of Man 'O War Blvd. Parking is right there so you don't have to drive around hunting for a spot to park. The parking lot is also paved and that makes it very stroller and wheelchair friendly!


3101 Clays Mill Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2

Thursday 3 until 6


Look for us in the Stonewall Center, set up in front of Another Man's Treasure. Plenty of free parking available!



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*



The Bluegrass Farmers' Market


is Lexington's largest


100% homegrown/produced farmers market!


And, each farmer is certified...


KENTUCKY PROUD!


And all fruit and veggie farmers are...


GAP Certified


~*~*~*~*~*~*

We Accept


EBT/DEBIT


WIC & FMNP Cards!

 
 

Sunny Saturday at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

Last Saturday was quite a day for many of our farmers. The rain (storms) proved to be a wee bit more than many of our non vegetable farmers could handle. Dried herb seasoning, pimento and beer cheese and wine bottles do not fare well in the pouring down rain! What a shame, because it was our Back To School Day and we had a bunch of insulated lunch bags to give away. Guess what...our fruit and veggies farmers stayed on during the rain and they had plenty to hand out to the crowds that showed up once the sun came out. :) If you missed out on a lunch bag, chances are we might have a few left!


Don't forget that just because school has started and the pools have closed...that does not mean that the market has closed. We are still open and still growing strong! Many customers have asked how long we will be open for the 2013 season. We'll be here to bring you nothing but the best homegrown that the area has to offer through the last Saturday in October...October 26th!


Here's just a bit of what you'll be able to find at our markets tomorrow...


RICHMOND RD. MARKET



Corn

Tomatoes

Squash...assorted varieties

Zucchini

Green Beans...heirlooms too!

Cabbage

Onions

Eggplant

Potatoes

Turnips

Beets

Peppers

Cucumbers

Basil

Catnip

Raspberries

Melons

Beef

Pork

Chicken

Lamb

Goat

Eggs

Garlic

Baked Goods

Beer Cheese

Pimento Cheese blends

Cut flowers...think Zinnias!

Herb Seasoning

Jams

Dried lavender sachet

Homemade soaps

Wine

Prepared foods!




STONEWALL CENTER MARKET


Corn

Green Beans

Squash

Cucumbers

Cabbage

Tomatoes

Onions

Zucchini

Potatoes

Peppers

Greens

Beets

Melons

Strawberry jam

Homemade soap



Smiles galore!


~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*


Check out our Facebook page to see updates!


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluegrass-Farmers-Market/108689732505252


And, speaking of our Facebook page...we'd love to have you as a friend! :)



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*


~*~ 2013 MARKET HOURS ~*~



3450 Richmond Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2

Tuesday 3 until 6


We'll be set up in the beautiful tree lined parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, right next door to the Glenn Auto Mall on Richmond Rd. It's just a hop, skip and a jump outside of Man 'O War Blvd. Parking is right there so you don't have to drive around hunting for a spot to park. The parking lot is also paved and that makes it very stroller and wheelchair friendly!


3101 Clays Mill Rd.


Saturday 9 until 2

Thursday 3 until 6


Look for us in the Stonewall Center, set up in front of Another Man's Treasure. Plenty of free parking available!



~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*



The Bluegrass Farmers' Market


is Lexington's largest


100% homegrown/produced farmers market!


And, each farmer is certified...


KENTUCKY PROUD!


And all fruit and veggie farmers are...


GAP Certified


~*~*~*~*~*~*

We Accept


EBT/DEBIT


WIC & FMNP Cards!

 
 
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