Are you searching for a place where you can find meat, honey, crafts, and other goods from local purveyors? Then look no further than the Frisco Rotary Farmers Market.
The market runs from April 20th through October 26th, and its mission is to promote the sale of Texas-grown farm products while improving the taste and nutritional value of the produce available in the Frisco area.
Buck Creek Meats
Family owned and operated, Buck Creek Meats offers 100 percent grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb. The animals are raised the way nature intended, and Buck Creek’s owners take the best approach to producing the tastiest meat and eggs possible. The selection includes ground beef, T-bone steaks, and beef ribs.
The Cookie Crave
With a nut allergy, Veronica Powell has always struggled to find delicious desserts that she could enjoy. That is why she developed an array of amazing cookie recipes and began baking for family and friends. Today, she has fun sharing her delicious creations at The Cookie Crave. The bakery is at the market on the second and fourth Saturdays, and flavors include sweet sugar, OMG oatmeal raisin, and gooey ginger snaps.
At Overland Essentials, the handcrafted soaps and skincare products are crafted from the finest ingredients grown in nature. The items are made in small batches, and they’re free of chemicals, synthetics, parabens, and mineral oil. They are certified Cruelty Free by the Leaping Bunny organization, and there’s something for everyone. Choices include apple spice soap, bath salts, and emulsified sugar scrubs.
If you would like to live near the Frisco Rotary Farmers Market and other fabulous shopping destinations, please contact us. We’d love to give you a tour of The Maxwell where you can see firsthand all we have to offer.