Market Week 14 looks peachy-keen!posted by SPD Communications on August 20, 2018 in Market Uncategorized
Contrary to what some may think, you really don’t have to move to the country to eat a lot of peaches.
Actually, all you have to do is drop by the Statehouse Market between 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. this Thursday to see an array of nectarines that might be the envy of even the most accomplished Georgia farmers.
And the peaches brought by our amazing lineup of produce vendors certainly don’t come from a can, nor were they put there by someone in a manufacturing facility… downtown or anywhere else. Nope. They’re Hoosier-grown and painstakingly cared for to peak ripeness.
Personally, if we had our little way, we’d probably go ahead and eat peaches every day, and we think you’ll feel the same.
Okay, that’s enough quasi-obscure ’90s Alternative music references for one week, but, in case you haven’t already noticed, we think the Statehouse Market is the perfect place to celebrate National Peach Month. You’ll find plenty of those delectable treats sharing booth real estate with dozens of other fruits and veggies just waiting to be part of your healthy dinner.
All that joins coffee, honey products, pies, artisan ketchup and mustard, dairy products, fresh flowers and so much more!
Oh, and be sure to scope out the dozen or so food trucks lined up to provide customers with an amazingly delicious lunch. As always, these entrepreneurs will be bringing some of the best street food the Indy area has to offer!
We’ll be enjoying it all on Robert D. Orr Plaza Aug. 23; and if you’d take time to join us, well, we think that would be just peachy.
Here’s this week’s lineup:
Wildflower Ridge Honey — Five Questions
Limelight Coffee — Five Questions
Groomsville Popcorn — Five Questions
Generations Pie Company — Five Questions
Chef Dan’s Southern Comfort — Five Questions