Tomatoes, Persian cucumbers, okra, summer squash, melons all fresh picked and bursting with flavor. Why go to the Prescott Farmer’s Market? It’s the quality of the produce. The tomatoes are so ripe you can peel them easily, the cucumbers are crisp and juicy, the squash can be as big or as small as you want and with smooth unblemished skin. Although the prices are comparable to supermarket organics, it’s the quality which keeps people coming back.
The Farmer’s Market is held each week on Saturday morning from to in the parking lot at
Another benefit of the Farmer’s Market is that you are supporting local farmers, your money stays here and benefits us all. Also, you can talk to the farmers, ask questions, get suggestions, make suggestions. And there are many varieties which are difficult or impossible to obtain elsewhere, such as Persian and Armenian cucumbers, exotic garlics, different types of cherry tomatoes, unusual peppers, sweet onions, salad turnips (sweet and eaten raw).
Fresh at the market this week: tomatoes, cucumbers (several varieties), colorful kale and other greens, carrots, okra, beets, herbs (basil and others), squash (crookneck, yellow, zucchini, Mexican or grey, pattypan,), corn, peppers, garlic (many unusual varieties), onions, and more. In addition to produce plants are for sale, both vegetables and ornamentals.
In addition there are many food booths, tamales, samosas, Italian delicacies, bread and pastries (many gluten free), Scottish foods, hummus and pita chips, honey, barbecue, eggs, frozen meats, jams and jellies, lemonade and pasta. There is a weekly guest chef serving up a special dish or two.
Entertainment is provided, and there are many booths selling other types of items from worm castings to jewelry.
So, for quality produce, and much more—see you at the Prescott Farmer’s Market