Fall/Winter Squash

We will be at the market from 4-7 on Wednesday under the pavilion on the corner of Bank and Market streets in beautiful New Albany, Indiana. There will be several other vendors set up as well…Rookies Cookies, Patticakes & Pies Catering, local Starlight honey, homemade soaps, Chef Walker’s Famous Barbecue and other produce vendors. Stop by for a visit!

Green beans are back and we still have new potatoes, okra, zucchini – both green and golden, eggplant, summer squash, as well as “candy” onions, cucumbers, green, red  and colored peppers, jalapenos, mixed hot peppers, cherry tomatoes, and a mixed variety of fall/winter squashes.

We  still have plenty of tomatoes right now, several to choose from; Cherokee Purple, German Pink, Mr. Stripie,Park’s Whoppers, Carolina Gold… just to name a few. We will have canning tomatoes available on a pre-order basis only… be sure to place your order if you are wanting to make homemade salsa, pasta sauce or your favorite recipes.

We have begun to pick apples… Gala are the first ones available, I just started picking  Johnagold  apples today and Mutzu’s will be ready in about a week or so. We will have Gala and Johnagold apples available on Wednesday. Looks like a good harvest is ahead again this fall.

If anyone needs produce and would like me to have ready, just e-mail me and let me know early in the day Wednesday. I will have your order ready when you arrive Wednesday evening.  Eggs will be available on Wednesday’s by request only, if you need them let me know and I will be sure to bring some for you.

Thanks and have a great day, and see you at the market!

Val & Kenny



**Notice to my Harrison County “Homemakers”…

The season is beginning to wind down and kids are back in school therefore, I will discontinue deliveries in New Salisbury for now.  I have enjoyed servicing you ladies over the summer and if someone needs a special deliver please feel free to contact me and I will make arrangements to meet up with you.  Thanks again for a great summer!

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