Talking turkey (and honey and beef and … )

Dave’s Raw Honey: Nothing says fall quite like a cup of hot tea sweetened with a spoonful of real local honey. So, Dave Cowart and other honey vendors will stick around (pun intended) area tailgate markets through the end of the season. Find Dave’s Raw Honey at the Montford Farmers Market and the North Asheville Tailgate Market, as well as the Holiday Bazaar held in December at the market’s UNCA location. Photos courtesy of ASAP and Maggie Cramer

It’s never too soon to start thinking of your Thanksgiving turkey. Many farmers will offer sign-up sheets at their tailgate booth in the coming weeks, so be sure to get on a list for your local bird.

But that’s not all you’ll find at markets right now. Here are some of the smiling faces you’ll find under autumn skies at your local tailgate market (for a complete list of markets and times, visit http://asap


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