Give Your Thanksgiving Recipes a Local Twist at the Columbia Pike Farmers Market
Even though the weather is getting cooler with every passing day, the Columbia Pike Farmers Market is still going strong. Every Sunday from April through December you’ll find dozens of vendors gathering to sell their wares (there’s even a smaller winter version of the market that runs from January through March). This time of year, the farms are harvesting their cold-weather crops, and you’re likely to find pumpkins, squash, kale, Brussels sprouts, and more. Local bakeries are turning out seasonal favorites, including pumpkin pies and apple pies, alongside all the regular loaves and pastries. You’ll also find jams and jellies, locally produced salsa, fresh-squeezed juice, and all-natural meats and eggs from local farms. The market also features a number of non-foods vendors selling everything from specialty soaps to hand-crafted jewelry.
Booths are open from 9 am to 1 pm, rain or shine.