Little pumpkins are in over at the Lor Farm booth To Mulling It Over As many lament the end of summer, and rightfully so, we market lovers know there's an enjoyment to be had in the slowing pace of autumn and what it means for our kitchens. The fast salads are phased out for slow roasted Brussel sprouts, such as these pictured beauties from Ka Vang Thao. The quick summer dinner, replaced by the crock pot which takes its time to bring us a delicious meal that's simmered the da
Pumpkin Bouquets are back from Country Bloomer's Greenhouse Fall Market Season is Here A happy welcome to fall for all you out there in our market community. In such a time in the world, we at least can enjoy what the change of season has to offer us, from the beautiful colors to familiar fall flavors. While we're being indulged with warm temperatures this week, the crisp fall days are ahead and that gets us in the mood for roasted sweet potatoes and buttered turnips. Before
Beef sticks & beef jerky from Murphy Farms Cozy & Comfortable We're grateful to have gotten another beautiful market day in before this bout of cold and rainy weather came our way. We sure needed the rain and for now we can enjoy our market finds indoors as we look forward to sunny days to come. The market was brimming with goodies this last weekend, including fresh fruit, like grapes from Urban Gourmet (pictured) or thumb-sized blackberries from Sai's Garden. Apples, waterme
Dragon tongue beans from Happy Valley Farm Rain, Rewards & Returns Safe to say we were all a little tired of the rain by market time last Saturday. Thankfully we got a few rain-free hours to shop in and the rain has finely moved off, giving us some much needed sunshine. Rain or no, it was well worth the trip down to market, as the blend of summer and fall offerings reaches a peak. Boxes of vine-ripened tomatoes, piles of green beans and bunches of fresh basil invite you to ta
A lovely table load of tomatoes from Blue Moon Community Farm Wagon Train We had a perfect day for the last market of August this past weekend, with sunshine a light breeze and finally a day that wasn't so hot.
The relief from the heat was much appreciated as we saw many folks out there taking multiple loads back to their cars. Our favorite sight was the kids' pull behind wagon full of tomatoes, children walking behind. It may not be the Oregon Trail, but those wagonloads