Fall Produce Arrives

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The tent Hollerin Oaks Farms has at the Zanesville Downtown Farmer’s Market is now bursting with bright oranges, yellows, and red.

Margo Burton says she’s been waiting to set up her fall produce display and was so excited when the calendar flipped from August to September.

Gourds, squashes, hay bails, mums, and pumpkins of all sizes are now available.

Burton says a lot of people have been asking her about apples though, and she says she has a great recipe for them.

“My favorite is just the homemade applesauce. I can’t keep it on my table. It doesn’t even make it out of the pan…(laugh), ” says Burton.

She says the variety of apples will keep growing as we get further into the fall season, but for those who aren’t ready just yet for fall, farmers do have some remnants of summer.

“There’s still watermelons, some beans, corn-definitely corn left, and peppers, ” says Burton.

The Zanesville Downtown Farmer’s Market will continue until October 14th.