Saturday Farmers Market

As we wind down May, we want to thank you for buying the freshest meat and produce in the area from our vendors and we’re looking forward to a great beginning to the Summer Produce Season!

Make Mine Homemade will be at market with everyone’s favorite all natural, herbal health and body care products. Find her on Facebook and be among the first to know about sales, specials, and new products.

Cloverfield Farms / Hester Produce will have honey to sell. It is contained in 16oz. bottles and will be selling for $6.00.
Spring onions, Japanese maple trees, Bluebird houses, Pecans in the shell, strawberry, peach, and pear preserves, Beautyberry bushes and black cat crafts will come along also!

NC Fudge will be at the market this week. They will have the following flavors:

Strawberry Cheesecake
Chocolate Nut
Cookies & Cream
Orange cream
Key lime
Peanut Butter
Peanut Butter & Chocolate
Mint Chocolate
Banana Pudding
Maple Nut



4M Farm

Sweet potatoes
Spring onions

Stillwater Farms and Food will have Chicken eggs and a “few” Duck eggs.

Branching Traditions Farm

Snow peas
Summer crisp lettuce
Goat meat (ground, stew, ribs, soup bones an organ meats)
Duck eggs



Saudade Farm

Rainbow Chard
Bagged lettuce
Snap Peas
Pastured chicken eggs


Allied Organic Farms will be attending this Saturday with the following produce:

Baby carrots
Gourmet Lettuce
Swiss Chard


Aikens Farm

Purple and green whole-head cabbage
Yelllow, White and Purple onions


Icing on the Cakery will have the following for Saturday,
please get in touch with Jillian for any questions or to place an order:
jamato225@gmail.com or 919-724-9756

Cinnamon Rolls $3 or 2/$5
Blueberry Muffins $3 or 2/$5
Carrot Cake Muffins $3 or 2/$5
Strawberry Cupcakes (last of the hand-picked strawberries) $2
Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookies 2/$3
Apple Puff Pastry Turnovers $2
Ham and Cheese Stuffed Baguette $4
Focaccia Bread $4
Tomato Mozzarella Pesto Tarts $7 (These go quickly, so get there early!)
Granola 1/2lb. $4 or 1lb. $6



….and a FOND FAREWELL to Strawberry Season!  How beautiful were those?
Hope you had a chance to catch them, they went fast!