No problem! Weekly Juicery to the rescue. Vendor's tee: "All hail to the kale.
Baxter's Got There First
Baxter's has offered locally roasted coffee and community building since 2001. They know local!
Baxter's names its coffee for its place. Sweet (and dark, rich, smooth--just how you like it.)
Meltdown offers kinds of ice cream we can either look up in the dictionary, or just open, bite, and say aaaaaaaah! Pig Candy? Containing candied bacon!!
Loving on Kentucky Producers
Meltdown, a Bowling Green-based, locally sourced iced cream shop, touts its producers as part of its sweetness.
Pairs with Kentucky Everything
Cheeses, breads, barbecue, smoked salmon, pork tacos? Whatever it is, Cedar Creek Vineyards has a fluid response.
Clementine's Artful Sign
I want some! Just the beautiful lettering makes me hungry!
Don't we all want pizza?
Especially with Heavenly Homestead cheddar and gouda? Or a free range duck egg? Yes, please.
I've never tasted better chevre and feta, and don't ever expect to. Splendid Fayette County creaminess.
Cedar Creek Abundance
Cedar Creek in Shopville, changing the world with real, true food.
Macarons with one "o" present and accounted for, and signature delicious artisan breads and pastries.
Heavenly Homestead Cheese
It's raw milk cheese from well-known, well-raised, and much loved cows. And the care shows. This cheese is splendid, and getting better.
Future Food from Salamander Springs
The beautiful ground corn, popcorn, and beans, all raised way beyond organic and usual sustainability approaches. Lovely.
Paul and Alison Weidiger, Au Natural Farms
Alison made the bag from a coffee sack, and we hope she will be making them to sell soon. Paul and Alison led the way with hoop houses or high tunnels in Kentucky and now share that knowledge in workshops around the country.
Daymon Morgan's Kentucky Butcher
Open pollinated grain corn from Au Naturel Farm, Smiths Grove, Kentucky
Daymon Morgan's Kentucky Butcher, a grain corn
Alison and Paul Weidiger grew this beautiful corn in 2013 and will grow more in 2014, if all works as planned.
The Bowling Green Bunch
Community Market in Bowling Green leads the state and nation in building layers of goodness onto a standard farmers' market template. In particular, their commitment to good food for everyone shines through all they do.
Michelle Johnson Howell, Community Farmers Market
Michelle Johnson Howell of Need More Acres Farm and Bowling Green's Community Farmers Market, shared her wisdom and savvy with others in southern Kentucky.
Lexington shows up
Becca Self, FoodChain, Shawn Burns and Travis Robinson, Seedleaf, Rachael Brugger and Christian Torp, Faith Feeds all lead Lexington's local food system renewal. All came to the Green Living Fair to share and learn.
Knock My Socks Off
And replace with local-as-can-be organic cotton toe socks, a new Bowling Green wonder.
Alive and as purses.
Red Barn Rustic
Beautiful large and smaller pieces of furniture from this new business.