The Hudson Farmers Market season continues on July 22 with a cooking demonstration and book signing at 10 a.m. by Catherine St. John, owner of the Western Reserve School of Cooking and the co-author of "Famous Chefs and Fabulous Recipes: Lessons Learned at One of the Oldest Cooking Schools in America."

Chef St. John will be signing her book, which contains, "exquisite recipes from the school's own chefs, to mouth-watering dishes from the international chefs who have taught at the school. This cookbook is unique in its format, has fabulous recipes from famous chefs, and is the perfect ingredient to spice up your special dinner, event, or last-minute dish."

Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the market main tent. Catherine will also being making and sharing a recipe from the book of beer brined pork tenderloin sliders with an apple raisin coleslaw.

Samples won't last, so make sure to come by the main tent for a taste.

The Hudson Farmers Market takes place every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. through Oct. 7 on the historic Clock Tower Green, on the corner of E. Main Streets and Church Streets.

The Hudson Farmers Market is a nonprofit born from a project of Leadership Hudson, a program sponsored by The Rotary Club of Hudson Clock Tower, and a collaboration between community leaders and civic-minded residents.

Now in its tenth season, The Hudson Farmers Market is generously sponsored by the Burton D. Morgan Foundation and Hudson Montessori School.

The market serves as an incubator to local entrepreneurs and an economic driver to downtown Hudson.

With approximately 30 diverse vendors, the Hudson Farmers Market attracts over 20,000 people to downtown Hudson over the summer and autumn seasons.

To learn more about the Hudson Farmers Market, visit website at or contact market manager, J Hudson, at