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Boho Farmer Market, A.R.T.S. Market and Popcorn Fudge in Today's Eater's Digest

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Boho Farmers Market
Drag your ass out of bed early this Saturday morning Caroline Van Slyke's Boho 1st Annual Flea and Farmers Market in her very own backyard (which is so pretty and perfect we almost don't want to go there) from 8 a.m.- noon. Here you will find offering of fresh organic eggs, produce and herbs straight from the garden, homemade goat cheeses, jams, jellies, herbed butters. A handful of local artist and vendors will also be slinging their goods. Find antique treasures, baked goods, painting and more. If you are interested in attending, Email Info@bohofarmandhome.com for a map.
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A.R.T.S. Market
Don't forget to check out Roosevelt Row's new A.R.T.S. Market tonight while you are wondering from gallery to gallery tonight at First Friday. The Market will take over the empty lot across from Modified at 408 E. Roosevelt (click here to see it on a map, look for the giant pink star). the market will offer a variety of arts and crafts. If you suddenly find your tummy grumbling, food trucks such as Short Leash Dogs, Sweet Republic and Sunshine and Spice will be on hand to solve that problem. Click here for all the info.

Popcorn Fudge
Why yes, that is popcorn on top of fudge. We have already dyed it, put it in cookies, stuck it on a stick and made ice cream sandwiches out it, this seemed like the next best thing to do. Click here for Raspberri Cupcakes step by step Popcorn Fudge making instructions.

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