GENESEE COUNTY – Anyone who works up an appetite on Labor Day can fill up on delectable pulled pork sandwiches and baby back ribs at the Farmer’s Wife Farmers Market in Pavilion, the locally renowned smorgasboard of goodies from many hard working businesses in the region.
According to owners Cristen Kingston and Shanon Harkins, you can pile your plate high with pork sandwiches or ribs, and two sides of corn on the cob, potato salad, macaroni salad, or baked beans and fresh rolls from the bakery.
You can also browse a wide variety of foods from Western New York, like cheese from First Light Creamery, and ice cream from Perry’s, plus products from Hill N’ Hollow Farm, Garbecks Creek Sweet Time Honey, Out on a Limb Maple Farm, Summer Cottage, Cuba Cheese, and Upstate Farms.
The Farmers Wife Market supports a multitude of local businesses, so they will showcase new products from Meyer’s A Okay Bakery, Kelly’s Jellies, Nunda Mustard, Mason’s Fudge.
Stop by the market at 7654 Big Tree Road in Pavilion between 10:30a.m. and 8:30p.m. on Labor Day, September 1st, for great food made by great people. People over for Labor Day? You can call the market at (585) 584-8088 to order pulled pork by the pound for your hungry party.