Posts Tagged local produce

Polk’s Produce Spring Fling, Arts & Crafts Festival

Polks Produce has been a favorite spot of mine ever since I moved to Savannah nearly 20 years ago. Their farm fresh produce is a delight, and their house plants the most gorgeous imaginable. I’ve often done all of my Christmas shopping at Polks, sending their locally made jams, jellies, preserves, relishes and more to friends around the country to give them a bit of the flavor of Savannah. So of course, I’ll be thee tomorrow for their all-day Spring Fling. There will be barbecued Pork Butt till 4 pm, barbeques plates, hot boiled peanuts, desserts galore. Live music, pony rides for the kids and more. So head for Pooler tomorrow. It’ll be worth the trip! 807 Highway 80 West, Pooler GA

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Eat Healthy and Save Money!

The Market at Trustees Garden, now open Wednesdays from 4 to 7 pm and Saturdays from 9 am to 3 pm, provides wonderful produce and dairy products brought in by local growers. It’s healthier and tastier than anything that’s sitting in the supermarket or worse,  sitting in a delivery truck, and it’s much more affordable since you’re not paying for trucking fees, middle-men and what have you. Not only good food there, but live music, arts & crafts, health and wellness info and cooking demonstrations! Go, have fun, and eat well! You’ll find everything from locally laid eggs and local cheeses, to arugula, red and green peppers, sprouts, Swiss chard, onions, Buttercrunch lettuce (our favorite), tomatoes, strawberries and more.

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