Westchase District Farmers Market News
10503 Westheimer Road (at Rogerdale)
Next to St. Cyril of Alexandria Catholic Church
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Dat Jerky Offers Meaty Treats

Offering three kinds of meat and ten different flavors, the Bryant family is conquering the jerky business one farmers market at a time. Mom Brandi Bryant says the business started at home when her husband began making jerky. She jumped…

A Little Sno with Your Streusel?

A consistent presence at Westchase District Farmers Market since 2014, Julia Puig Jordan has delighted customers with her authentic European pastries, jams and salad dressings. “My blueberry streusel and German melting cookies are my most…
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Spray More. Swat Less. Smell Good.

Along the bayous of Houston lurk animals that kill more humans each year than any others. Forget about gators and snakes, more than 750,000 people die each year worldwide because of mosquitoes. And with the deadly mosquito-borne Zika virus…

Barbecue: Salt, Pepper, Smoke and Patience

Sometimes the right birthday gift can change your life. In December 2014, Mustafa Ali’s sister and dad bought him a barbecue smoker grill and the young accountant began cooking briskets. “I grew up in the kitchen with my family and so…

Winging It with Atkinson Farms

Mike Atkinson farms from his hip and his head   Nestled between a residential subdivision and apartments under construction in Spring, TX sits Atkinson Farms, a fourth-generation business run by Mike Atkinson. One of Westchase District…
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Come Experiment with Mad Scientist Kombucha

New tea vendor mixes science with sweet flavors As a frequent customer to Houston farmers markets, molecular biologist Heather Williams fell in love with kombucha, a probiotic tea brewed with a culture of bacteria and yeast useful to the…

R.I.P. Dennis Hammond, Goat Cheese Vendor

Our prayers and condolences go out to Julie Hammond and her family on the death of Dennis Hammond of Hammond Farm. A long-time vendor and friend of Westchase District, Dennis' warm smile and dancing feet will be missed by all at the mar…