Get Crafty with Good Earth Market

Semiannual arts and crafts show features “Master Chef” guest.

Good Earth Market’s Semiannual Arts & Crafts Show, on May 17 this year, always features favorite local artisans and a few new ones who make works in glass, jewelry, sea glass, clothing, soap, honey and more. This festival will also feature a special guest: Alejandra Schrader, a finalist on “Master Chef” season 2. Schrader has appeared on “Access Hollywood,” “Cafe CNN,” “The Talk” and other shows, and her recipes and interviews have been featured in high profile magazines. In addition to other professional activities and her philanthropic work, Schrader has launched a new line of seasoning blends, which she’ll introduce to Good Earth Market. They include Mellow Red, Cocoa-Mom Dark, Gingerlove Curry, Deliciously Hot, Nothing But Love and Signature Sazon. The blends are made with organic ingredients and without salt. Meet her at the market in Clarksville, then put a little spice in your life. 537-7100


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