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Old Greenwich Farmers Market Is DVlicious Finalist

Alexis Barbalinardo, center, farm manager at Back 40 Farm, of Washington, CT., with interns Katie Carlson and Fred Baker at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Alexis Barbalinardo, center, farm manager at Back 40 Farm, of Washington, CT., with interns Katie Carlson and Fred Baker at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Dan Furman, co-owner of Cricket Hill Garden, of Thomaston, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Dan Furman, co-owner of Cricket Hill Garden, of Thomaston, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Paul Gallant, owner of Paul's Custom Pet Food of New Milford, at Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Paul Gallant, owner of Paul's Custom Pet Food of New Milford, at Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Andrew Langalis, of Kelly's Four Plus Granola, of New Canaan, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Andrew Langalis, of Kelly's Four Plus Granola, of New Canaan, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Ron Pinto, owner of Winding Drive, of Woodbury, that specializes in gourmet jams, jellies and marmalades, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Ron Pinto, owner of Winding Drive, of Woodbury, that specializes in gourmet jams, jellies and marmalades, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Riverbank Farm Organics, of Roxbury, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Riverbank Farm Organics, of Roxbury, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Tyler Holder, manager at SONO Baking Company & Cafe at Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Tyler Holder, manager at SONO Baking Company & Cafe at Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Mark Kreitler, owner of Oronoque Farms of Shelton, at Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Mark Kreitler, owner of Oronoque Farms of Shelton, at Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Joe Smith owner of Smith's Acres of Niantic at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Joe Smith owner of Smith's Acres of Niantic at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Bill Anastas, owner of Carrot Top Kitchens, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Bill Anastas, owner of Carrot Top Kitchens, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Nawal El Hachem, owner of True Love Farms, of Morris, CT., at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Nawal El Hachem, owner of True Love Farms, of Morris, CT., at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Julie Tolkin, of Weston, owner of Unbakeables, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Julie Tolkin, of Weston, owner of Unbakeables, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Louis Ethier, left, and Jesse Teveris, right, employees of Woodland Farm of South Glastonbury, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Louis Ethier, left, and Jesse Teveris, right, employees of Woodland Farm of South Glastonbury, at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Nancy Henkes, left, and Allison Lowrie, right, offering prayer services at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market.
Nancy Henkes, left, and Allison Lowrie, right, offering prayer services at the Old Greenwich Farmers Market. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern

OLD GREENWICH, Conn. -- There's a popular catch-phrase: “Know your farmers, know your food." And there's nowhere better to get up close and personal with your local purveyors than with a farmers market.

You picked five among the best in Fairfield County, each of which will be profiled this week.

Go here to vote for your favorite; you can only vote once.

The DVlicious contest ends 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 14 with the winner announced at the end of the month. Below is the "dirt" on one of the finalists.

Old Greenwich Farmer's Market, 38 West End Ave.

Hours of Operation: Every Wednesday starting from 2:30 to 6 p.m.

Goes Until: Nov. 25.

Vendors You’ll Find: About a dozen vendors selling everything from vegetables, fruit, meat, artisan bread  cut flowers, jams, eggs, herbs, plants, cheese and organic produce.

Of Special Note: The market is held on the grounds of the Presbyterian Church parking lot.

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