East Tennessee FARM Markets Products June 21 – 25, 2016

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Countryside Gardens (Ebenezer Tuesday, Lakeshore Friday, Oak Ridge Wednesday/Saturday): herbs, annuals, perennials, cut sunflowers, and zinnias.

Shirley DeBusk (Oak Ridge Saturday):  eggs, beets, yellow and bi-color squash, green onions, Roma beans.

Grassy Creek Soap (Ebenezer Tuesday, Lakeshore Friday): lye, oatmeal and honey, kitchen soap, lavender, hemp seed hand soap,cucumber, Cocunutty and Don’t Bug Me soap.

Mountain Meadows Farm (Ebenezer Tuesday, Lakeshore Friday, Oak Ridge Saturday): peaches, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, squash and zucchini, cucumbers, basil, red new potatoes, broccoli, lettuce, kale, red cabbage, kohlrabi.

Zavels Family Farm (Ebenezer Tuesday, Lakeshore Friday, Oak Ridge Saturday): tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, kale, cabbage, peppers, eggplant, broccoli, onions, beets, lettuce, cucumbers, squash, leeks, tomatillos, blackberries, red, white and blue potatoes.

Rosecomb Apiaries (Ebenezer Tuesday):  local honey, lavender-scented beeswax candles, decorative beeswax candles, lavender beeswax body salve.

Julian Hopper (Ebenezer Tuesday, Lakeshore Friday, Oak Ridge Wednesday/Saturday): peaches & cream corn.

Two Warped and Twisted Gals (Lakeshore Friday): hand spun yarn; hand-woven items made from cotton, bamboo, wool and recycled materials include clothing accessories, place mats, rag rugs and wall hangings; hand felted dryer balls and cat toys; soy candles.

Tennessee Valley Farms (Lakeshore Friday, Oak Ridge Saturday): 100% grass-fed beef, fully stocked.

Alive and Digginit (Lakeshore Friday): cut flowers and potted plants including edibles, heirlooms, natives and potted lilies, all organically grown.

VG’s Bakery (Ebenezer Tuesday, Lakeshore Friday, Oak Ridge Saturday): made-from-scratch, baked-daily variety of delicious breads, cookies, sweet rolls, muffins, scones, bars, and hand pies.

Clear Springs Farm (Oak Ridge Saturday): big sale on plants.

Gary Ward (Ebenezer Tuesday, Oak Ridge Wednesday/Saturday): Volunteer half runner, Bronco, and Blue Lake beans, yellow summer squash, zucchini, cucumbers, some tomatoes, cabbage, beets, peppers, eggplants, potatoes (Red Norland, Yukon Gold, and Kennebec).

Crosswind Farm (Ebenezer Tuesday, Lakeshore Friday, Oak Ridge Saturday): lettuce, chard, kale, spinach, onions, cabbage, kohlrabi, zuchinni, squash, broccoli, sugar snap peas, cucumbers, and tomatoes.

G & G Garden (Lakeshore Friday, Oak Ridge Wednesday/Saturday): fresh oyster mushrooms, dried oyster mushrooms, powdered oyster mushrooms.

Erin’s Meadow Herb Farm (Oak Ridge Saturday): herb plants, including for culinary, medicinal, fragrance, tea, crafting, wildlife; flowering annuals and perennials; fresh-cut herbs.

Justice Farms (Oak Ridge Saturday): sweet corn.

Berry Hill Bees (Oak Ridge Saturday): local honey, honeycomb, wax, and beeswax skin products.

Jason Daniel (Ebenezer Tuesday, Oak Ridge Saturday): Kohlrabi, lettuce, eggs, beets, onions, cut herbs, turnips, Swiss chard, garlic, eggs and kale.

Steve Colvin (Oak Ridge Saturday): lettuce, arugula, collards, kale, radishes, turnips, baked goods, strawberry jam, eggs, pastured chicken and forest raised pork.

Don Long (Oak Ridge Saturday): fresh garlic, Yukon gold new potatoes, green onions and eggs.

Cannon Family (Oak Ridge Wednesday/Saturday): Blue Lake beans, cucumbers, eggplant and green onions.

Michael Holland (Ebenezer Tuesday, Oak Ridge Saturday): vegetable plants.

Tiffany Lively (Oak Ridge Wednesday/Saturday): red & white new potatoes, eggs, green onions, cabbage, kale and lettuce.

Wayne Metheney (Oak Ridge Saturday): lamb cuts, eggs, alpaca fiber products and lye soap, lavender-scented, of course.

Ricky Bailey (Oak Ridge Saturday): honey.

Mark Miller (Ebenezer Tuesday, Oak Ridge Saturday): whole, chocolate, strawberry and low-fat milk, butter, buttermilk and ground beef.

Scott MacNeal (Oak Ridge Saturday): hydroponic lettuce and cut herbs.

Joe Hollar (Oak Ridge Saturday): fresh-cut lavender.

*Product list subject to change, based on availability, market conditions, weather and variations at individual farms.

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