The R.S.F. Farmers Market – What I Brought Home!

by Mary Papoulias-Platis

As you visit the many markets in your town, I almost can guarantee to you, that every time you shop at one, you will be welcomed with big smiles and friendly faces. Each morning their greetings, bring a special welcome to each and every visitor.  The RSF Farmers Market is open every Sunday, showing the community how important it is to buy locally, and develop relationships with nearby farmers and purveyors.  I don’t need to label these pictures because they tell their own story!


Fresh cherries and white peaches overflowing in the bins at  Smit Orchards.

Hot Kona coffee and many more varieties welcome you as you arrive at the market, from Great Coffee Makes Me Smile.


Wild but delicious, Bitchin’ Sauce offers many flavors to choose from- and all handmade from a local family.

Lavender permeated the air as I walked by this beautiful stand from the French Garden Shoppe.

Homemade Paella awaits you for take home or for a quick sit down lunch at the market.

Sage Mountain’s display of seasonal vegetables is breathtakingly beautiful! I chose greens, fresh garlic,beets, carrots, and kale.

Smit Orchards also had available early white peaches and apricots, so yummy!

And last but not least, fresh pasta from Lisko Artisan Deli! I couldn’t resists! I bought the garlic herb fettecine.

Dig his SMILE!

There are many other vendors at the market: I’ll catch them next time

Pangea Tea Company

Johann’s Bakery

Bella Vado

Wandering Lily

Archi’s Acres

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