The Coshocton County Beacon October 17, 2018 - Page 12

12 THE BEACON OCTOBER 17, 2018 Education of Yesterday farm show to be held Christmas at the Market this Saturday on Main Street Mary Meyer | Contributed COSHOCTON - Th is Saturday, Oct. 20, from 8:30 a.m. to noon, Coshocton Farmers Market will celebrate “Christmas at the Market” with additional vendors and special holiday items for sale. Th e event will continue on Saturday, Oct.27, the fi nal day of the farmers market season. Talented market crafters off er many choices for holiday gift-giving or decorating, including colorful wreaths and hand-painted plaques, homemade soaps, lip balms, natural salves, body scrubs and butters, hanging kitchen towels, dishcloths, pot holders, baby bibs, tote bags, and more. Market bakers and cooks will be bringing special items to sell, along with their regular assortment of cookies and bars, cutout cookies, peanut brittle and fudge, homemade pies, tea breads, and other sweets. Th e produce season is winding down, but there is still a lot to choose from at the market: pumpkins and winter squash, colorful gourds, Indian corn, potatoes and sweet potatoes, onions, peppers, salad greens, Swiss chard, broccoli, kale, and Brussels sprouts. WILLIAM ALBERT, INC. Sand, Gravel, Fill Dirt & Limestone Crane Service - Trucking Sewer - Water Lines GENERAL EXCAVATING 1300 Cassingham Hollow Road - Coshocton, OH 43812 Office: 740-622-3045 • Potatoes and sweet potatoes are satisfying and comforting to eat on chilly evenings. Roasting them in the oven warms up the kitchen, too. Th is tasty recipe is adapted from Mixed Roasted Potatoes with Herb Butter 3 pounds potatoes 2 pounds sweet potatoes Kosher salt 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley 1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme 1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemary Freshly ground pepper Cut potatoes into 2-inch cubes. Put them in a large pot, cover with water and add salt to taste. Bring to a boil, cook for 10 minutes, and drain and cool. Th e potatoes will only be partially cooked and should be completely dry before you roast them. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Toss potatoes with oil and spread in one layer on a baking sheet. Roast until crispy and cooked through, about 45 minutes. While potatoes are roasting, make the herb butter: Mix the softened butter with parsley, thyme, and rose- mary; add salt and pepper to taste. When potatoes are done, toss with the herb butter in a large bowl and serve immediately. Th e Coshocton Farmers Market is open 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays, from May through October, on the 300 block of Main Street, Coshocton. For more information, visit Coshocton Farmers Market on Facebook. BANKRUPTCY Coshocton Chiropractic The natural answer to pain. 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Marczewski Law Offices 1020 Maple Ave., Zanesville (next to Dr. Adornetto) 740-453-8900 | DRESDEN - Education of Yesterday 14th Annual Farm Show, 3685 Cass Irish Ridge Road, Dresden, will be Oct. 20 and 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday with a hog roast from 5 – 10 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is free. A parking donation is asked to help pay for some of the cost of the show activities and fuel for the equipment. See and learn things you don’t see at most other shows. You will be glad you did! Th ey feature all types of working antique farm equipment and construction equipment. Plus large displays of tractors, trucks, fi re trucks, cars and equipment. Something for everyone! Some events are weather-permitting. Events include shelling corn using a belt-driven sheller and a silo-fi ller demonstration making feed for cattle will be two of the old-fashioned methods off ered. Another will be making miniature round bales of hay using the fi rst round baler ever made. Also square hay baling with stationary and pull type balers. Other events include picking corn with two-row corn picker or pull type picker operating in the fi elds and chopping corn with old ensilage cutter-blow- er. Th ey will be harvesting soybeans if they’re ready with an old AC pull type combine. A cord saw will be used to make fi rewood and show kids how old wood burner stoves worked. Large sawmill running. Tractor’s plow- ing – disking. Display of hit and miss gas engines and large engines. Construction equipment such as dozers, excavators, track hoes, old shovel loaders, road graders pull type and motorized dump trucks and backhoes will be working and moving lots of dirt around. Captain Bryant’s Grist Mill has lots of antique’s and machinery to look at! Large farm toy display on second fl oor. Displays of antique tools, machinery and such. Blade and Blacksmith demonstration by Bryce Vernon of Vernon Forge of Adamsville. Food available on grounds by S & A Eat Stand and Dresden masonic Lodge 103 with mini donuts. Plus, kettle cooked soup beans over the fi re. Train rides big and small and operate a digger. Cost is $1 each. A lot of diff erent kids activities including corn box, hay slides, pipe swings and more. Kiddie pedal pull will be announced. Sponsors are Keith’s Cars of New Philadelphia, R’s First Motor Sales of Cambridge and C & K Auto of New Philadelphia are hosting two bands and a hog roast for an additional donation Saturday evening from 5:30 to 10 p.m. On stage will be Tom Cline’s Acoustic Mayhem from 5:30 – 7 p.m., then Tuscarawas River Band from 7 – 10 p.m. During that time you can enjoy the delicious pulled pork from Tudor’s Pulled Pork from New Phil- adelphia. Th ere will be a tent available just in case of inclement weather. Check out their Facebook page to hear some of their music. Alcohol is not permitted on the grounds. Family-friendly event. Sunday at 1:30 p.m., the CO MUS HILL’S STRING PICKERS will be on stage. Come hear this local blue- grass band. Th eir mission is to preserve old machinery, to teach and show the younger generation how things were done in the past! Contact: 740-754-6248 or ofyesterday for more information. Contributed | Beacon