Edible Kitchen at the Sunday Market

By Caroline Drzewinski | September 08, 2017
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Taking a stroll at the Sunday Market is a perfect way to forget Nashville's daily hub-bub. Located in the outdoor sheds at The Factory in Franklin, the market features handmade and vintage goods designed by some of our favorite local artisans. The markets starts at 10:00 a.m and runs through the entire day, closing at 4:00 p.m. There will be 36 vendors on hand selling their handmade wares.  Food trucks and live music performed by the legendary Kimbro's Pickin Parlor will give the event its tempo.

The market is free of admission but features a different non-profit organization every month. This September, End of Slavery TN, a charity helping human trafficking survivors and tackling slavery in our state, will have the place of honor. You can support this charity by donating various household products or volunteering.

 

 

 

Chef Sean Begin of the Daily Dish and asisstant Liz Waller make Coconut Crusted Goat Cheese Cakes with Fruit Salsa. 

Chef Sean Begin and Liz Waller of The Daily Dish.

Chef Sean Begin  and Liz Waller of the Daily Dish will shared his secrets for cooking Coconut Crrusted Goat Cheese Cakes with local and seasonal ingredients. 

The Shed at the Factory, 230 Franklin Road, Franklin TN

Article from Edible Nashville at http://ediblenashville.ediblecommunities.com/things-do/edible-kitchen-sunday-market
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