If you’re hankering for some fresh produce, plants, meats, cheeses, and/or breads, think about visiting Fort Worth’s Cowtown Farmers Market this weekend. During the winter months, it’s open 8:00 AM until 12:00 Noon on Saturday. You may want to check its website cowtownmarket.com before you drive there, since I’ve found several different days and times given on various sources. By clicking on the link, you’ll be able to read some reviews, too. My mouth is watering after reading about the fresh tamales that you can buy there.
Located at 3821 Southwest Boulevard, it’s free. Well, sorta, in that you don’t have to pay for parking or admission, but you will need to pay for what you purchase. The prices are reasonable, especially when you consider that everything for sale at the market is grown within 150 miles of Fort Worth. You’ll be buying from your neighbors and supporting your hometown merchants.
Annie thinks it’s always a good idea to support your local business people. Don’t you? You may be able to find some unique local items for gifts, as well as food. Who knows what you may discover at our farmers market. After you visit, please post a comment to let us know what you found.
Annie Ambles plans to explore the Cowtown Farmers Market