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Market Dates

We expect to be busy this weekend and next week with three Canyon Farmers Market days coming up in quick succession. Markets are held every Saturday morning and in the evening on the first and third Tuesday. Smiling Coyote Farm, along with many other local providers of produce, canned and baked goods, and hand crafted items, is there to share our passion for freshness and flavor.

Markets are held on the square in Canyon, TX just south of the 1909 courthouse along 5th avenue between 15th and 16th streets. It's lovely location--classic small town America. If you're familiar with the area, it's held along 5th avenue between Sayakomarn's Restaurant and Palace Coffee Company.

We highly recommend both of the locally owned businesses mentioned above. Sayokomarn's, in our opinion, serves the best plate of food in town. Our favorite is the Spicy Panang--usually tofu but sometimes chicken. Palace Coffee is the best coffee house in the US. Yes, really. Just go there. You'll see.

You can find the Coyote at the Market:

* This Saturday, September 12, from 8 am to Noon.
* Tuesday evening, September 15, from 7 pm to 9 pm.
* Saturday, September 19,from 8 am to Noon.

We produced a fresh batch of Holiday Blend 2015 yesterday (Thursday) so we should have plenty. We'll also have a limited quantity of Pumpkin Pie Spice--you don't want to miss that. The Bird Rub, one of our newest offerings, is well worth trying out with your next grilled or roasted chicken.

Preserves and apple butters made with both our Holiday Blend and Pumpkin Pie Spice are available at the Market from Sheri's Country Cupboard, and Conant's Country Kitchen. You should give both a try--we can guarantee you won't be disappointed.

Yep, you need to get out. Come play with the Coyote.


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