Herb’n Renewal will be grilling zucchini!

July 1, 2010 at 8:10 pm Leave a comment

Well, zucchini and different varieties of squash…even one called “cousa” this Saturday at the Bluegrass Farmers’ Market. 

Drew is setting up the grill and we’ll be offering samples of various herb blends on farm fresh market squash and zucchini!  So, if you have wanted to try Herb’n Cowboy, Herb’n All, Smoke’n Season, Good’n Garlicky or even a sprinkle of some “hot” stuff, stop by and have a taste!

The Bluegrass Farmers’ Market is Lexington’s only 100% homegrown/produced market and we are very proud to be members.  It’s just really nice to belong to a group that has rules and regulations that apply to everyone and, by George, you better stick to them!  HaHa!  It’s also a pleasure to be amongst real farmers again and most importantly, to have customers who really appreciate the fact that we all grow, raise, bake or make what we sell.

We’d love to see you on Saturday.  We’ll be at the market from 9 until 2.  The Bluegrass Farmers’ Market is located at 3450 Richmond Rd. in the parking lot of Pedal the Plant and Fast Signs…right next to the Glenn Auto Mall.  Now, before you say to yourself…heck, that’s far away…we’re only a hop, skip and a jump from Man O’War and the great part is…free and plentiful parking!

Check out the market blog to see what’s available this week.   http://www.localharvest.org/blog/29529/


Entry filed under: Farmers Market, Food, herbs and spices, samples, shopping, Uncategorized.

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