Farmer’s Market- July Report

I can’t remember the last time we went to the farmers market! July was such a busy month for us that I guess this was the first weekend we had free.

Today, we saw a lot of patty pan squash, zucchini, carrots, onions, tomatoes and a great variety of flowers.

All the fresh vegetables were so inspiring that we had some of it for dinner last night (sauteed fingerling potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower).

I didn’t buy tomatoes because our garden is showing signs of ripening tomatoes, but these were so beautiful, I couldn’t resist a photograph of them.

In fact, I think I came home with more photographs of the produce than purchases!

It was so wonderful to get to the market this weekend and see all the farmers thriving. (The bakeries were thriving too, but we ate all those purchases right away!) It’s nice to see our community support these farmers and markets so well.

12 thoughts on “Farmer’s Market- July Report

  1. Love the farmers markets. I don’t or can’t remember a time we did not use a farmers market. So much better then store bought and prices are alwas better. You take very good pics. It made me hungry.

  2. Glad you got to the markets Terri, I can just imagine those beautiful photo’s being used in a quilt!!!
    Like what you got in the swap.
    Happy days to you.

  3. This post makes me hungry. 🙂
    I love your farmers market pictures. I tried to take some at mine but its inside with bad lighting so they didn’t turn out that great. I think.the purple onion photo is my favorite

  4. I just wish we had such fantastic farmer’s markets in my part of England …. if they are there I haven’t found them yet ….. though I have only lived here 2 months! Looking at all this gorgeously coloured veggies just makes you want to reach for the apron and get inspired in the kitchen! Thank you for sharing!
    Have a good day,
    Val ….. Oxfordshire UK

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