A successful year of the Paducah Farmers' Market is coming to a close, but don’t fret! All your favorite vendors will be back for the first ever Homegrown Holiday Market which is scheduled for December 12.
The first frosts of the year have already hit the region signaling the end of the season for the Paducah Farmers’ Market. This year has been the best market yet with a number of new vendors and, of course, the regular favorites.
The crisp fall mornings are a sure sign that the Paducah Farmers’ Market is beginning to wind down. Long time vendor Kirchhoff’s Bakery has shared some of their famous cookie recipes with iList - so you can try baking them at home.
It’s been 12 years since Martin and Crystal Troutt started out with a booth at the local Downtown Farmers Market in Paducah. Troutt Old Time General Store has all kinds of fall mixes that they make, including jams and jellies, mums and more! They are sharing two of their favorite fall recipes for you to enjoy!
This is the time of the year when some of our local farmers and growers ask the Paducah Farmers’ Market (PFM) Director Molly Tomasallo how they can sell their baked and canned goods at the market next year. Find out about a Micro Processing Certification Workshop being held this winter to encourage more people to join in the fun of the PFM.
One of the newer vendors to Paducah’s Farmers’ Market is Earth n Wood. Their beautifully glazed pottery and turned wooden items are truly hand crafted – the perfect things to sell at the Paducah Farmers Market!
The last of the summer harvests are in and the Paducah Farmers’ Market is gearing up for fall and a new bounty of fresh food. This week’s vendor is Craig Dickerson who sells pumpkins, sweet potatoes and a whole variety of products can be found at his booth.
One of the most unique vendors at Paducah’s Farmers’ Market is the work of Roger Johnson and his Juss Duxx business. These beautifully hand painted decoys and gourds are great for sports enthusiasts and home decorators alike.
The weather may have grown cooler this past week but the Paducah Farmers’ Market is still HOT, HOT, HOT! If you haven’t been this year, make a point to visit the great vendors and get some of the huge variety of fruits and vegetables.