The other day I was headed through Hendersonville’s 7th Avenue Historic District when I decided it was time for a snack. Fortunately about that time i spotted a sign advertising Farm Fresh Produce and Amish Products. As I was headed back to the car with some fresh fruit I realized that everyone should hear about this place.
Four Seasons Country Market is part of a great triangle of food stores in Hendersonville’s Historic 7th Avenue District. Although i didn’t get a chance to visit the bakery or butcher shop if they’re anything like Four Seasons I will defintiely have to come back. If you like fresh produce, locally produced farm products, or just plain great food, you’ve got to check out this place.
Four Seasons offers a wide variety of produce. I personally enjoyed some of it and that was one reason I decided to tell you about it. Although the staff insisted I should come back when the harvest came in, its hard to imagine a better variety. Their gourds alone are worthy of an article.
They have an incredible variety of candy, dried beans, preserves, and pickles. I counted over thirty kinds of candy. They have nearly fifty kinds of pickles, salsas, chow chows, relishes, and preserves. There are almost fifty jams, jellies, and kinds of honey. These include honeysuckle and kudzu blossom jelly.
Their variety of Amish Products is equally impressive. They carry a cooler full of cheeses and over twenty varieties of Mrs. Miller’s Homemade Noodles. Rest assured there are many other surprises here I haven’t described.
If you are near Hendersonville Four Season Country Market is a must see. They’re open from 9 to 5:30 Mondays through Friday and from 9 to 3 on Saturday. This is one place you’ve got to check out.