Toledo's Historic Farmers' Market

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With savory fruits, crisp vegetables, fresh herbs and more, the Toledo Farmers' Market attests to the rich and bountiful goodness available in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. Join historian Trini L. Wenninger as she guides you through the market's history, from its humble origins in the 1830s through its survival during rough times in the Glass City. Select the ripest tomatoes from Konstantinos's stall, crunch into one of the seventy different varieties of apples from Witt's Orchards or savor honey from Wines Bee Yard's apiaries. This collection is complete with selection tips, cooking and baking advice and mouth-watering recipes inspired by the market that will bring the taste of Toledo to your table.
ISBN: 9781609493752
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Ohio
Series: Landmarks
Images: 38
Pages: 176
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Trini L. Wenninger resides in Sylvania, Ohio, with her husband, Ken, and daughter, Leia, and her backyard hens: Topsy, Dorothy, Chippy and Mama Bess. Trini is a member of the Sylvania Area Historical Society and prefers to shop at the local farmers' markets. Having a degree in history and an appreciation for wholesome local food made compiling this book on the Toledo Farmers' Market a perfect fit. Trini's other books include Images of America: Sylvania, co-authored with Gaye E. Gindy; Rose Wilder Lane's San Francisco; and Flora of their Writing: The Plants of Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane.
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