Farmers Market Profile: Aunt Lula's

Harriet Robinson brings the taste of her Greek heritage to North Canton in the form of pastries

Harriet Robinson only started baking three years ago, but she grew up around food at her parents' restaurant. Now she's breaking out the apron to share what she learned from her parents and her Greek heritage.

There's traditional recipes like Yia Ya's baklava, koulourakia, kourambiethes, finikia/melomacarona along with date cake, puppy chow and buckeyes. 

Whatever your dessert preference, Robinson aims to evoke memories of your own background or experiences with savory treats.

North Canton Patch is taking a closer look at market vendors like Aunt Lula's  as we publish one"Find us at the Farmers Market" video a week.

The market, now in its second year, takes place from 8:30 a.m. to noon behind the  each Saturday through Oct. 13.

Check back next Friday for another "Find us at the Farmers Market" video profile on North Canton Patch!

And, if you're interested in learning more about the North Canton Farmers Market, make sure to check out the market's website and Facebook page.

Kathy Yaros August 10, 2012 at 12:17 PM
Lula's delights are to die for!
Bob Haley Jr. August 10, 2012 at 01:51 PM
The date cake is phenomenal. Seriously, go pick some up this Saturday.


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