By Caitlyn Scott | Staff Writer
With temperatures above 60 degrees and vacations in full swing, Pittsburgh has welcomed back its annual farmers market, providing residents with the opportunity to support local businesses and connect with members in their community.
Presented by CitiParks, the City of Pittsburgh’s Farmers Markets, taking place in Squirrel Hill, East End, Carrick and Northside, will satisfy your appetite and give consumers the opportunity to choose from a variety of farm-fresh fruits, baked goods and hand-crafted products.
Lena Laskaris, owner of Wise County Biscuits, will give participants the option to choose from an array of freshly baked and frozen biscuits at CitiParks Northside and Squirrel Hill market.
“[Along with our biscuits], we offer a selection of spreads, sausage gravy and baked goods,” Laskaris said.
Check out the August issue of The Northside Chronicle for the full story.