The Texas Hill Country is full for fresh, delicious fruits and vegetables. You can also find homemade products made from this produce here in Boerne Texas at the Farmer’s Market at the Cibolo Nature Park.
I think we get so removed from our food, hows it’s grown and with so many perspectives and chemicals we forget what real food taste like.
Join me for a walk through the booths. The textures and aromas are inspiring and I know one of my characters has to grow their own foods and sell at market.
If you don’t live in the San Antonio area I know you can find a local market close to you. If you visit your local Farmers Market you are supporting your local growers that provided fresh, local, and seasonal products that they themselves planted, raised, and harvested. You can’t beat the flavor.
I love buying the locally grown flowers from the market – I know they’re from my area and ready for the flowerbeds around my house.
Don’t forget to give your helper a treat!
You can find more than food – crafts and home products
Vegetable & fruits picked right from the garden, products handmade from organic produce, bread, jams and creams are just a few of the items you can find in the early morning of the Farmer’s Market. Boerne’s Cibolo Farmer’s Market is young, only in its second year, but it is a true treasure. If you are in the area they need your support. There is also games, music and a beautiful community garden.
Schedule and Location:
Every Saturday, 8:30a-12:30p
33 Herff Road, Boerne, TX 78006
Do you have a local market you visit? Do you have a favorite recipe using fresh produce from your market?
2 thoughts on “Fresh Homemade products at the Farmer’s Market at the Cibolo Nature Park”
Wow! I’m so glad you are telling us about this! I had no idea such a gem was available and on a weekly basis. The pictures you’ve included make me feel like I’m walking through the market myself. I’ll be making a visit soon!
I had been wanting to go but never made it into town in time. I’m making a point to go every Saturday I’m in town. I didn’t include the pictures from the community garden or the games and music.