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Market Roundup: Aug. 26-Sept. 1


This Saturday, the Vienna Farmers market will feature guest vendor Josi Essentials, who sells lotions, bath salts, gels and soaks made from natural ingredients.


This Saturday at the Columbia Heights Community Marketplace, the Licking Creek Bend Farm will sell Gala and Gold Supreme apples for $1.39 per pound. They will also have eight varieties of hot peppers for $2.50 per pound.

Max Tyson's stand will sell Gala apples for $1.99 per pound at Smart Markets at Centreville.

Heritage Farm and Kitchen will sell heirloom tomatoes at Smart Markets at Tysons Corner for $2.75 per pound.

At the Vienna Farmers Market, Kuhn Orchards will sell Bartlett pears for $2.39 per pound.

At the Foggy Bottom FreshFarm market, Sunnyside Farm and Orchard will sell watermelon juice for $5 per bottle.

On Sunday and Saturday, Tyson Farms will sell Mountain Pride tomatoes for $2.49 per pound and gourmet salad tomatoes for $4 a quart at the Community Farmers Market. Also at the market, Valdez Brothers will sell red and white sweet onions for $2 per pound.


On Saturday, the Columbia Heights Community Marketplace will feature a chef demo with Terrance Brown from ThriveDC from 10 a.m. to noon.

Arthur Allen, author of "Ripe: The Search for the Perfect Tomato," will be selling and signing his book on Saturday at the Bethesda FreshFarm market.

Today, Annie Sidley will demonstrate a stovetop dinner at the Smart Markets at Tysons Corner from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The Dupont FreshFarm market will feature a chef demo with Billy Klein of Café Saint-Ex on Sunday from 11 a.m. to noon.

-- Naomi Nix

By Naomi Nix  |  August 26, 2010; 12:00 AM ET
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