Posted by Anne McCullough on July 23, 2012 | Leave a Comment
Fridays 4 to 7pm
Cherokee & Texas
Cherokee Street International Farmers Market has officially moved into there location off Cherokee and Texas. This past Friday, the Cherokee Garden and four other vendors were out selling produce, homemade tamales, drinks, flowers and honey.
Will Work for Food; a local couple who have gardens through the city and county were out selling their produce for the first time this season. Their tomatoes, cucumbers, jalapeños, and herbs were all harvested from their garden in Sunset Hills and at their garden on Cherokee and Iowa.
The Maplewood and Richmond Heights Middle School Garden and Bee Club was selling honey, ornaments, soap and lip balm, all procured from the MRH schools’ apiary. The MRH Garden also provided a number of fresh vegetables including corn, tomatoes and green beans.
Tamale Time was out selling peach tamales with vanilla ice-cream from I Scream Cakes, black bean tamales and Qbucha had homemade lemon and plain kambucha.