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Poor Farmer's Market Country Store

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VLCJfs wrote a review Oct 2020
Hillsborough, North Carolina27 contributions34 helpful votes
Never buy honey from here; it is either counterfeit or simply corn syrup mixed with a teaspoon of honey and labeled honey. We purchased one supposedly from Black Bear Honey in Franklin; it tastes exactly like Karo syrup. We threw it out....money down the drain literally. They did have some nice vegetables, although some were labeled as coming from Michigan, so definitely not local. I suppose the apples were local but there are better elsewhere.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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mountlombard wrote a review Jul 2020
Sandown, New Hampshire852 contributions57 helpful votes
Well it’s not real possum but it tasted darned good. This is a great country store! Kids loved the candy choices and they sell full meals which you can eat outdoors.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Kristi L wrote a review Mar 2020
Loxley, Alabama64 contributions15 helpful votes
Stopped here after visiting Mabry Mill. Picked up some local jellies and pickles. Also grabbed a sandwich. Potato salad and the pimento cheese were very good. Friendly people, great little store.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jean O wrote a review Dec 2019
11 contributions1 helpful vote
Located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway (not far from Mabry Mill), this market is well stocked with everything from postcards to books of local interest to cast iron cookware to hoop cheese. Among my purchases was the wonderful book The Man Who Moved a Mountain. It's a great place to purchase produce, country ham, and cheese. Plan on being there a while...lots to see!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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krazykatztoo wrote a review Jul 2019
Durham, North Carolina39 contributions7 helpful votes
When you're in the area stop in for some produce, jellies, cast iron skillet, books about the area, wind chimes and all sorts of mountain stuff. Enjoy the rocking chairs on the porch. Everyone was so friendly there from the staff to the customers. It was like there were no strangers. Such a fun place to visit.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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