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Dearest Market Folks, It's Bring a Friend to Market Day!According to Jim Votava, Nov 15 is also America Recycles Day as well as National Bundt Day.  How do you intend to celebrate?
Winter Market Location: 
Holy Ghost Greek (Byzantine) Catholic Church and Cultural Center,
2420 W.14 St, on the corner of Kenilworth Ave.  Parking available in the church lot, as well as across the street and on Kenilworth!

Abby's Kitchen, Erie's Edge Farm, Godmother's, Holly Ridge Nursery, J&R Farms (formerly Hickory Acres Meats), Lucky Penny Creamery, Morning DEW Orchards, Morningside Farm, Ms. Julie's Kitchen, No Whey Chocolates, Ohio Farm Direct, Plant Kingdom Bakery, Pierogies of Cleveland, Por-Bar Farms, Recycled Boutique, Red Basket Farm, Red Cedar Coffee, Spicehound, and t. by Sarah.

Vendor Highlights and Deals:
Morningside Farm:
Spinach, Salad mix, Lettuce, Swiss Chard, Kale, Mustard Greens, Baby Bok Choi, Tat Soi, Rapini (Broccoli Raab), Parsley, Cilantro, Radishes, Turnips, Carrots, Parsnips, Beets, Cabbage, Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Leeks, Onions

Plant Kingdom Bakery: 
Deal on Plant Kingdom Hemp Energy bars: Buy 2, get one Free. This deal good on Crunchy versions of your favorite chewy bars. The following flavors dried out too much so we need to clear them out: Hemp N Berry, Apple Maple, and Carob raisin! Enjoy all the benefits of hemp snacking at 33% off!

Por Bar Farm:
Dry Beans(Slow Food USA-Ark of Taste endangered varieties), Asian Greens, Kale, Mesclun Salad, Radishes, Carrots, Beets, Turnips and possibly still some Tomatoes.

5PM Chef Demo:  It is great to have friends who know how to cook! And thanks to TFM, I have the privilege of getting to know Ricardo Sandoval, owner and chef of Fat Cats, Lava Lounge and Felice's Urban Cafe.  Ricardo has his own special way of throwing ingredients together that is such a treat!  Join us as we learn and enjoy!

Hooray for our Winter Market Sponsors:
Fat Cats, The Flying Fig, Jason P. Muller, Hubbub Custom Bicycles, and Morning DEW Orchards!

Each step of the way, we become a stronger market.  Kudos to everyone involved.  Become a Market Sponsor

Recycle/Reuse/Reduce:  Please return items clean.
Bring your bags, reduce your use of plastic.
Return egg cartons to J&R Farms.
Return tea containers to t by Sarah.
Return glass jars to Auburn Apiary, Blaze Gourmet, Godmother's Pizzas, and Abby's Kitchen.

**TFM t-shirts ($12) and aprons ($15) for sale at the Customer Service Tent!

EBT Proudly accepted! EBT Incentive Program still in effect. Participants who use more than $5 from their Ohio Direction Cards receive an extra $5 to spend at the market. 
Happenings out in the community:

*Thank you for your ongoing interest in the Tremont Farmers' Market!

Our market is part of a special ODA-grant funded collaboration withGrowhio and several other independent farmers' markets across greater Cleveland. We would like to be able to send you joint updates and newsletters to keep you apprised of this collaboration and what exciting things it will mean for our independent markets, but we want to be sensitive to your mailing preferences. 

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"I didn't know that I was going to have to eat my words," objected Milo.
"Of course, of course, everyone here does," the king grunted. "You should have made a tastier speech."
Milo looked around at everyone busily stuffing himself and then back at his own unappetizing plate.  It certainly didn't look worth eating, and he was so very hungry.
"Here, try some somersault" suggested the duke.  "It improves the flavor."
"Have a rigmarole," offered the count, passing the breadbasket.
"Or a ragamuffin," seconded the minister.
"Perhaps you'd care for a synonym bun," suggested the duke.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the publishing of
The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster
Jody Lathwell, Market Manager

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