Another cool fall morning expected, so swing by the market for a great start to your weekend. Organically grown local veggies and herbs, plus some delicious homebaked breads, cakes, and even granola bites. Shop small, y’all! You’ll be glad you did.
Conveniently located near downtown Clarkesville, the Clarkesville Farmers Market is a 100% chemical free outdoor market (which includes up to six Certified Naturally Grown farms) that’s open Saturdays, 9 a.m. until noon. It’s located next to The Old Clarkesville Mill (683 Grant Street).
This week’s vendors:
Angel Mountain Sweets: Crisp fall mornings call for homemade bread or Danish warming in the oven! How about fresh apple pie for supper? Come see Angel Mountain Sweets Saturday at the market, they have something delicious for everyone.
Aprons–Ties That Bind: Sadie is a local maker of aprons, aprons, and more aprons. She makes them for babies, children, teens, women, and even men. Some aprons are fun, others are cute, others are creative, but all are great for utilitarian use―the original purpose for aprons. No two are ever exactly the same. And she has new ones each week! They make thoughtful gifts.
Granola Bar and Grill: Jimmy and Patty use all natural ingredients in their Rock-N-Ola artisan granola bar bites like toasted old fashioned oats with deluxe nuts; dried fruits like cranberries, golden raisins, cherries, blueberries, mango, pineapple & coconut; sunflower seeds; and local raw B&B honey in each batch. They offer seasonal varieties, too. Hand-packaged and sold in 8 and16 oz. bags.
Jarhead Farm (CNG): Cliff expects to bring late tomatoes, maybe some okra, jicama, Asian eggplant, Aji Dulce peppers, Ghost, Scorpion and Carolina Reaper peppers and featuring fresh Muscadine jam called Dragon Mouth… yeah, it’s HOT! He makes a huge variety of whole fruit jams that make wonderful holiday gifts.
Mill Gap Farm (CNG): Mill Gap will be there young tender Arugula and Turnip greens, yellow squash, buthi, okra and herbs. Chuck will also have local raw honey, sunchoke pickles, Burmese peanuts, sunflower salad oil, artisan bread, and cardamom morning rolls.
TCA Honey: Don’t forget the honey! Pick up some of Bob’s local raw honey over at Mill Gap Farm’s booth.