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Family Favorite: The Farmer's Market at the Cibolo

Family Favorite: The Farmer's Market at the Cibolo

One thing we’ve always enjoyed since moving to Boerne is The Farmer’s Market at the Cibolo.  Admittedly, we don’t get around early enough on weekends to make it very often (because, SLEEP, ya’ know?) so a couple of weekends ago I decided to load up the kids and head on over.  It was hot, but well worth the visit.  We picked up some pretty amazing handmade/locally grown and sourced items and were back home before the hubs was even up from enjoying his sleep-in day.  Win!

Not only are there amazingly fresh veggies and eggs, but you can also find handmade breads, jams and sauces, soaps and goat’s milk products, seafood (yes, seafood…fresh caught from the Gulf!), pastries, Little Gretel kolaches, and so much more.  What’s available changes with the seasons, of course, and there’s always a great fall festival for the family in October; we look forward to this every year!

This time around, we chose to head home with some homemade pepper sauce and sprinkle cookies from Spengler's Delikatessen and fresh caught grouper from Wahoo’s Seafood Co.  We also enjoyed some ooey-gooey chocolate croissants and took a mini tour of the Herff Farm and Inspiration Garden while we were there. 

Have you been to the Farmer’s Market at the Cibolo?  What’s your favorite part and time of year to go?  If you’re not from around here, does your town have a Farmer’s market?  Do you sell at the market yourself?  Tell us about it!

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