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

This October, the Westchase District Farmers Market will celebrate its sixth anniversary. Two of the vendors who were there at the first market (and who have attended virtually every market since), along with one relative newcomer, were the top three finalists in the online voting for Best Farmers Market Vendor in our Best of Westchase […]

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June Farm-tastic Event Creates a Buzz

Kid-friendly activities offered on third Thursdays at market this summer Now celebrating its third consecutive year of delighting children and their parents, the Westchase District Farmers Market’s Farm-tastic Summer Series for Kids recently…
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Meat Some New Faces in Farming

Three protein vendors represent changes in ranching business   In 2014, Rangelands magazine published a report evaluating 90 years of census data and predicting that the average age of American ranchers will be 60 years old by 2050.…
Sunday Brunch Casserole
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Madewell and Made to Sell

Former science teacher now experiments with candles and soaps   After a decade with Alief Independent School District, eighth grade science teacher Jennifer Strong wanted to do something different with her life. Armed with a candle-making…
Chilesquiles sampler pack
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Family business brings traditional sauces to Farmers Market

Meet the Orozco Family For the Orozco family, Chilesquiles is a family business. Octavio Orozco and wife Romina wanted to make the special sauce for their favorite chilaquiles one weekend morning, only to discover they didn’t have any pre-made…
Tomato Basil Soup
Farmers Market Offerings
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Holiday Shopping at Westchase District Farmers Market

Forget North Pole elves, market vendors have your gifts ready Santa isn’t the only one hard at work getting everyone’s presents prepared – the vendors at Westchase District Farmers Market are ready and eager to help you get into the…
Honey butter, honey cinnamon peanut butter and honey blueberry spread
Chris Kohnke, Pure Texas Honey
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Honey: Made by bees, flowers and Mother Nature

Honey is a miracle of nature. Honey bees visit millions of blossoms in their lifetimes, pollinating plants and collecting nectar to bring back to the hive. Lucky for us, bees make more honey than their colony needs and beekeepers remove the…