I personally think getting glimpses of pumpkins and bats on a random July day is every bit as exciting as thinking about harvest and holiday festivals during the heat of summer farmers’ market season.
Just like magic, I’ve stopped getting questions like “What do you sell?”
It’s been four months since I started selling my confections at local farmers’ markets, and the one question I get asked the most is How has business… Read more “How’s Business?”
To make back the cost of a booth, I’d have to count on selling about a gazillion chocolates or sneak one of my kidneys onto my display table and hope for a taker among those shopping for handmade ornaments and knitted booties for dogs.
My test batches ended up in the trash bin, along with any hopes for a lemon truffle.
I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but I’m a big fan of rubber stamps. And Bruce Springsteen, but that’s a story for a different blog. My infatuation… Read more “Stamps Like Us, Baby We Were Born to Run”
A couple of important milestones this weekend. One, I took my first order from a customer at the Proctor Farmers’ Market yesterday! By customer, I mean a person… Read more “Milestones”