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If you remember, last week I wrote a post on fresh-baked dog biscuits from the Greenbrier Farm Market called Dixie's Treats.
Linda Montgomery makes these fresh-baked dog biscuits for her sister who owns the Greenbrier Farm Market. The biscuits were in two sizes.... small and somewhat larger biscuits. I said to the owner when I purchased a bag of the dog biscuits that my dog Zeke is a Chocolate Lab and would like larger biscuits. Well on Friday, Linda delivered to my office two bags of Dixie's Treats, fresh-baked large dog biscuits. You can see (12 comments)
Last week while visiting the Greenbrier Farm Market, I found Dixie Treats, fresh-baked dog biscuits. Dixie Treats, fresh-baked dog biscuits only have 4 ingredients... peanut butter, whole wheat flour, baking powder and skim milk. Because they have no preservatives, the dog biscuits should be refrigerated. They come in two sizes, one for larger dogs and one for the little guys. The biscuits smell so delicious I could eat them. Nancy Wardwell, owner of the Greenbrier Farm Market, says her sister Linda makes the dog biscuits with tender love and care and are named after her Border Collie, Dixie.
The Greenbrier Farm Market has fresh baked cinnamon rolls every Saturday morning. I stopped in this morning and Nancy and Steve Wardwell, owners, had just put out a dozen cinnamon rolls.
A gentleman before me bought one, I bought four and was given one to taste with my coffee. Then a lady came in and purchased the rest of the rolls in the case. Luckily, for the other customers coming through the door, Nancy was bringing out more rolls and more were in the oven. She made a total of 80 cinnamon rolls.
The Greenbrier Farm Market opened on April 19, 2012. When you first walk into the Greenbrier Farm Market, you are not only greeted by the owners, Steve and Nancy Wardwell, but the the smell of freshly baked cookies, brownies, sour dough bread or rolls, cinnamon rolls or whatever the special of the day is...... ahhhh the aroma is so good, you want to stay and have a sampling of whatever Nancy is baking. Nancy is a West Virginian through and through. She was born on the Alderson side of Muddy Creek Mountain. Nancy loves to bake and takes after her (34 comments)
Rebecca Gaujot, Lewisburg WV Real Estate, Greenbrier Cty
Author Bio: Rebecca Gaujot is a licensed REALTOR® with over 20 years of experience helping home buyers and home sellers successfully navigate through a real estate transaction in Lewisburg, White Sulphur Springs, Fairlea, Caldwell,WV and other areas of the Greenbrier County since 2007.
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