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Sisterly Love at Sisters Booth

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From a march to a market...

The BisMarket in Sertoma Park has been a hit so far this summer.

And one booth offers goods--made with some sisterly love.

If you head down to BisMarket, you'll notice the 'Sisters Booth.'

The name was simple for them because all of the produce, baked goods, and crafts were made by three sisters.

"I used to really be an awful cook and baker but we've all kind of figured it out the older we've gotten so we grew up and had great grandparents that cooked and baked so we've got lots of their good recipes and a lot of the stuff we're making we're using a lot of our produce that we grow," says Kristie Anderson, Sisters Booth, BisMarket.

Along with combining their inherited skills--the three sisters decided to create a booth so they could spend a little more time together.

"One sister does granola and popcorn balls and then Kristie does the scotcharoos and muffins and cookies. She does a lot of baking and she lied about not being a good cook I don't know why she ever thought that. She's a very good cook. And I do biscotti," says Kory Hagler, Sisters Booth, BisMarket.

If you would like more information the food and fun happening in Sertoma every Tuesday and Saturday...

You can 'like' the BisMarket Facebook page.

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