Find the first glimpses of fall this week at the Franklin Farmers Market. Our local farmers are still bringing truckloads of all of your favorite summer vegetables, but fall staples such as mini and heirloom pumpkins, fall squashes, mums, and more are beginning to trickle in, too. Tables covered in freshly-baked breads, biscuits, muffins, and more are available to take home as a sweat treat or enjoy at our market with a hot cup of hand-dripped coffee. And don’t forget to take home locally-raised beef, pork, chicken, lamb, and bison to toss on the grill as you watch the game. Shop fresh, seasonally, and locally and find the first glimpses of fall this week at the Franklin Farmers Market.
Last week, our farmers were still bringing truckloads of everyone’s favorite summer vegetables. Evans produce featured beautiful heirloom tomatoes and eggplant, Beaverdam Creek Farm displayed a gorgeous array of sweet and hot peppers, Kirkview Farm’s okra is still going strong, along with butterbeans, field peas, and much more. This week, look for our market stalls to debut some fall favorites including acorn and butternut squashes, heirloom pumpkins, and new varieties of apples arriving fresh from the orchard. Plus, get your autumnal home décor items, such as mini heirloom pumpkins and mums. It won’t be difficult to find the first glimpses of fall this week at the Franklin Farmers Market.
In addition to fresh produce, our market is featuring scores of freshly-baked breads and goodies for you to take home or enjoy with a hot cup of hand-poured 8th and Roast coffee. Jones Mill Farm is featuring Orange-Zested Cookies with Orange-Liquor Glaze for all you UT football fans out there! Lucy’s hot biscuits and fresh muffins always make for a tasty market breakfast. Or, unwrap a decadent brownie or dessert bar from Norton Family Farms or Flying S Farm to enjoy with your coffee. So come hungry, stay and shop for your weekly groceries, and find the first glimpses of fall this week at the Franklin Farmers Market.