Soooo.... I've been bad about posting our schedule for upcoming events. To remedy this, I'm posting the markets and events that we have for the remainder of the year as well as the events that we have scheduled for Jan. For the remainder of the year we will have gift packaging available at MOST markets.
Christmas in Crockett on the Square is this coming Saturday (21 November) and will be an all day event, running from 9am to 5pm.
November 28 we will be at Farmers Market on Tamina in Magnolia from 9am to 1pm. We will have our gift packaging as well as a special discount for those who follow social media!
Saturday 5 December we will be at the Lone Star First Saturday market in Montgomery next to the community center from 9am until 2pm.
Sunday 6 December we will be at the Magnolia Farmer and Artisans Market on the corner of FM 1488 and FM 1774, just in front of the Walgreens from 10am to 2pm.
Saturday 12 December we will be at the Caldwell Second Saturday Market from 9am to 4PM.
On 19th and 20th December we will be at the Magnolia Christmas Extravaganza. This is a HUGE event and our last market of the year. It runs from 11am to 4pm and we will have another discount code for those last minute shoppers, so keep an eye on the socials.
We have a pineapple guava and serrano pepper jam that should be available for the Tamina market. We also have the Hellish Holidays sauce.
We are working on something of a "taco sauce" for our January events that I'm calling "Voodoo Child". It will have garlic, red serrano peppers and chile de arbol, I'm REALLY looking forward to trying that one at the Hops 'n Hot Sauce Festival on 9 January from 10am to 6pm.
The final event that I'll mention in The Wunderlich Market in Klein. It is making it's triumphant return on 30 January. We'd really love to see a lot of folks come out and support this market as it is where we started as a cottage business. They've been shut down since March (NEARLY A YEAR) and 10% of our sales for the day will be a donation to help keep the farm going. It really is a wonderful place for the entire family to spend the day. We hope to see y'all there!!!
Chef Murdok Writes most of our Blog posts and tries to keep up with what markets we are doing. He can often be belligerent, and intolerable, but he can just as often be giving and selfless. His wife Lauren is really the brains behind the operation. His sons Robert and Casey fill his life with joy and frustrations, and he wouldn't have it any other way.