Berea Farmers Market

Saturdays 9am - 1pm at Fee Park, 401 Chestnut Street, Berea

Tuesdays 3pm - 6pm (May, June, July) at Memorial Park, W. Jefferson, Berea.

Meet Your Farmers

Alec and Tabea Fourman - Sunny Wolf Farm

Alec and Tabea Fourman are farmers of the Sunny Wolf Farm, located in Rockcastle County, who were inspired to become farmers in order to know where their food was coming from. On the Sunny Wolf Farm, Alec and Tabea raise chickens and pigs who live unconfined and are fed non gmo feed. From sausage, ham, and bacon to wings, drumsticks, and thighs, various choices from the Sunny Wolf Farm are available to purchase at the Berea Farmers Market. They chose to raise chicken and pork on their farm because they recognized a gap on what the Farmers Market had to offer customers. A recipe recommendation from the farmers of Sunny Wolf Farm:

Sunny Wolf Dates
 Dried Dates of Plums (without the pits for ease)
 Bacon
 Food Picks

Fry bacon until almost crisp but not brittle. Remove bacon and place on paper towels to drain – keep the bacon grease in the pan. While the bacon is frying prepare your dates – remove the pits. I like to cut the dates in half. Warm up the dates in bacon grease (low heat they will burn if not watched closely!) plump them up and warm through. Alternatively, pour a little bit of hot water over the dates in a bowl but you will lose a lot of flavor.

Assemble your appetizer: Take a piece of fruit, an appropriate sized piece of bacon (some taste testing will tell you your favorite ration quickly but start on the smallish side and work your way up) and put both together with a food pick. If you feel especially fancy you can fill the date with a piece of almond but believe me this crispy, salty-sweet deliciousness does perfect by itself.

For more information about the Sunny Wolf Farm, contact Alec and Tabea Fourman at

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