Sliced & whole loaves of Stella's Bakery Sourdough Hopping. That's the best way to describe market last Saturday, just plain hopping all day long.
Part of it was that summertime produce, with nearly everything one could desire from the garden in season. From aronia berries at Yang Family Produce to zucchini at Happy Valley Farm, if it grows in Wisconsin, it's probably in season now.
Speaking of zucchini, we had a blast at the 5th annual Zucchini Car Races with well over
Prickly Pear Sage, one of the flavors of the day from NessAlla Kombucha Oh the last weekend in August is upon us. Time enough to cram in a little more summer fun, but regardless of our joyful endeavors, we know one simple truth: fall is not far away.
We love the progressions of all seasons at the market, bringing us in new produce and faces. Before we head down that leaf-strewn road however, we've still got one more weekend to make the most of it.
Gladly do we embrace t
Sunflowers from Yang Family Produce This past Saturday morning was something of a special moment. The sun rose across another lovely summer day here in southern Wisconsin, illuminating our little corner of the world just as the tables at market were fully loaded and shoppers began to arrive.
It's a simple time, with a bustle in some steps, sleepiness in others. Some rushing to get those tasty blackberries from Yang Family Produce, others simply strolling the aisle and lett
What a great week to celebrate National Farmers' Market Week!
Tomatoes, melons, sweet corn and many more summertime staples have been coming in force, giving us plenty of tasty options to indulge in during our celebration.
That enjoyment of the first melon from Green's Pleasant Spring Orchard represents the kind of celebration that can be had all season long at the farmers' market. We wait with anticipation for our favorites, be they spring morels or fall apples. Waiting
Early season apples from Ten Eyck Orchard The market time smile is one not easily mollified. If you've spent any amount of time at the market these past few weeks, it's easy to understand why.
Perfect weather, beautiful flowers, fresh produce and other happy faces, all work to keep our smiles well fixed to those Saturday morning faces.
Plenty of happy faces made a visit to Alsum Sweet Corn this last Saturday, as they made their return to the market with sweet corn that