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Fresh Harvest for November 6th

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John Drury
John 615-838-0428

Market News

Winter comes on little cat feet (maybe it was fog), but whichever, winter seems to have arrived. I will be glad when it moves on. The summer veggies are gone although there are lots of peppers available this week. They’re pretty easy to freeze. In the exciting news category, we have fresh ginger and fresh turmeric from Bountiful Blessings Farm. Bloomy Rind has quite an array of cheese; the grilling cheese seems particularly enticing.

For the upcoming holidays, TruBee Honey has a new item – a Mini Honey Sampler. It consists of three 1.5 oz jars of honey, including their regular raw honey, the whipped honey and the Barrel-Aged Honey.

In the meat category, there is quite the selection of pork, beef, chicken and duck (plus a goose).

Dozen Bakery will have pies and other wonderful items available for your Thanksgiving. You can check out the options at their website:
To order you can email them at: or call them at: (615) 712-8150. Deadline for ordering is the Sunday before Thanksgiving.

Wedge Oak Farm will have a limited number of turkeys available for Thanksgiving. These are locally grown heritage turkeys. You will need to pick them up at their farm in Lebanon or at the Richland Farmers’ Market. You can contact Wedge Oak for size and price at:

Dozen Bakery’s galettes, cookies and breads, eggs, granola, honey, and coffee are all in abundance.

You have until Tuesday night to place your order.
Thanks for your support, and I will see you on Wednesday!

If you need to text me, my number is 615-838-0428.