Wildwood Farmers Market on Main
16860 Main Street, Wildwood MO
Saturday, July 8th, 8:30am-12:30pm

I am hoping that everyone had a safe, fun, 4th of July holiday. For some it was an extra long weekend and for others a day off and then back to work. We enjoyed a more traditional “US of A” bbq meal on the 4th. And of course, most everything was made from local  produce and proteins. The pork steaks and brats  were from local meat producers, Stuart Farm was one of them.  Most of the ingredients of the potato salad were from our market vendors as well as the corn on the cob, first of the season field tomatoes, the baked beans had local honey, onions, bacon and my homemade mustard in them. The market fresh green beans were prepared in a cast iron skillet with onion, garlic and a little bacon as well.

I am ready to repeat many more meals in the coming weeks that will include lots of corn on the cob, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, eggplant, melons, green beans and other fresh, seasonal, local produce and meats, cheeses, eggs, honey and herbs.

We have a nice variety of meat and produce vendors that will be coming to the market this weekend. Once the produce has been harvested at it’s peak and brought to market, our vendors need for you to take it home and enjoy it soon thereafter. Seasonal. Fresh. Local. Just picked.

Sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, squash, green beans, cucumbers, peaches, berries and most all of the local, summer produce will now be available each week. We will also have baked goods, herb and spice blends, plants for your yard and garden, a variety of pastured meat and eggs, sweet Missouri pecans and more.

Saturday’s Vendor List Currently Includes
Farmers and Food Producers:
Three Girls and a Tractor (produce and pecans)
Cadet Creek (produce)
Brushy Creek Farm (produce and eggs)
Stuckmeyer Plants and Produce (produce)
Wine Creek Farm (produce and honey)
Hunters Ridge Berry Farm (berries, jams, honey)
Cerny Family (produce)
Alpacas of Troy (meat and fiber crafts)
Stuart Farm (meat and eggs)
Farrar Out Farm (meat, eggs, some produce)
Clover Meadows (meat)
Adventures in Spice (herb and spice blends)
Great Harvest Bread (bread and baked goods)
Plants, Flowers
Rosey Acres
Milkweed for Monarchs
Papillon Perennials
Non-Food Vendors
One Eye Blind Woodworks
Goose Creek Soap
Stella Grace
Coasters n More
Gaelic Irish Art
Debbie Sinn
Cindy for the Birds
Demonstration Tent
Wildwood Green Arts

See you at the market
The Sackett’s
(George and René)

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