Saturday, March 12, 2011

Farmer's Market


It's Saturday!

Let's go to the Farmer's Market in our town.

Hope you enjoy!













Happy Saturday!

50 comments:

Tabor said...

I am jealous.

Out on the prairie said...

What a nice selection, I could fill a few bags there.

Joey @ Big Teeth and Clouds said...

Wow. To be zero food miles from all that in March! You're very blessed.

Donna said...

OhLordy Girl! I would go Nuts shopping there!!
Sadly, Our Farmers Market is SO Pitiful!
Happy shopping!
hughugs

citymouse said...

I can't even tell you how jealous I am! Our FM doesn't even open until mid-April and the offerings will be slim.

I am starting some seeds indoors this weekend for planting in a few weeks outdoors.

People who live further north think Maryland is in the "South". They are sadly mistaken!

Enjoy the market and buy one of everything.

Daisy said...

That was lovely, Betty. We don't usually have a farmer's market here until July. Happy Saturday to you too! :)

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Very mouth watering Betty, thanks for the trip around the Farmer's Market.

Yvonne.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Very mouth watering Betty, thanks for the trip around the Farmer's Market.

Yvonne.

Katherines Corner said...

I can';t wait to have some of these lovelies in our garden. Hugs!

Seams Inspired said...

Salivating all over my keyboard right now. Thanks for sharing the fabulous photos. Happy Saturday! :o)

faye said...

Great shots and all very mouth watering... gimme a few of each ..
puh-leez and thank you.!

Liz said...

Oh, how I wished I lived in a place that was full of farmer's markets! But it's encouraging to see the photos...that means spring is almost here!

Leah J. Utas said...

Love the colourful, fresh fruit and veggies. I love walking through markets. Thanks.

Baby Sister said...

Looks fun!! And those strawberries look delicious...hmm...

Old Kitty said...

BB!!!! Whenever I visit your blog and see your header pic of the dandelion seed head, I always want to blow the seeds out and make a wish! :-)

Yay for these lovely pics - vivid, stunning and witty!! Thank you! Take care
x

Georgina Dollface said...

I can't wait until it's warm enough to start getting local produce here! We have to wait until the summer before we get local berries. You are blessed to live so close to year-round farming! - G

GreatGranny said...

Sure would like to sink my teeth into those fruits and veggies. No farmers market here that even comes close.

Pat said...

Yum! Everything looks so fresh! I've never cooked an artichoke in my life!

Tracy said...

Oh Betty,
I want those strawberries...they look yummy!

and to also say...you know all the talk with bed bugs in the news lately, well, don't know exactly why those thoughts crept into my mind, however, they did! It is funny now...but NOT at 3:46 this /am/ :)

gayle said...

Oh the strawberries look so yummy! Hope to go to ours soon! Hope your day is wonderful!

Judy said...

Sometimes it's just hard to believe we live on the same PLANET, let alone the same COUNTRY.

Hoping for spring in Michigan...

Mary Ann said...

Those strawberries look very very tasty....with a dab of Dream Whip:)

Theresa Milstein said...

Lovely pictures. Sigh, I cant wait until summer farmer's markets.

Hilary said...

Oh yum! I love that view of the green onions. You have such fun, photographic events.

Susan in the Boonies said...

Love the green onions. They almost look like fabric. Or like other worldly kinds of creatures. Took me a half a second to even identify what they were! Love that, Betty!

Madi and Mom said...

HI BB,
Now you done it Mom is starving..she loves strawberries and artichokes...but not at the same time. MOL
Hugs Madi

Nat said...

That's our "5 Fruit & Veg A Day" sorted... plus a bonus one :-)

Ann said...

grab me a basket I want some of those strawberries :)

Mamma has spoken said...

Ah only in California this time of year :o(

Brian said...

Oh tis the season!!!

ds said...

YUM--what a glorious spread of riches.
Happy weekend!

Sandra said...

I like your town better than my town...I couldn't see any snow anywhere in that farmer's market!

Kristina said...

I love going to Farmer's Markets! :) This photos are yummy!
Oh, and don't be alarmed by the duck butt that found a home on my blog!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Great photos! Made Chinese tonight using many of those vegetables.

Parsley said...

You have an awesome Farmer's Market! I'm drooling over those strawberries!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

I especially like the pictures of the onions. Do you have a kleenex, by the way?
Happy weekend, Betty.
xoRobyn

Marlene said...

STRAWBERRIES!!!! YUM!!! Craving! Bad. No strawberries in the house.

Shawn said...

We are just getting out the snow burial here...cant wait for the farmers market in the spring!
Shawn

Mrs. Indecisive said...

That looks like a photographers heaven!

Zuzana said...

Wow, those strawberries are out of this world! We wont be seeing those here at the markets until May-June.;))
Have a lovely Sunday,
xoxo

Catherine said...

Hope you enjoyed the farmer's market ~ ours doesn't start for at least 4 months! :(

Happy Sunday Betty!
xo Catherine

Talli Roland said...

One word: YUM!

Cheeseboy said...

Those artichokes look pretty darned good.

CherylK said...

These pics are just what I needed on this cold, gray, snowy day. I can hardly wait for our own farmers' market which is a loooooong way away.

Ms. A said...

Spectacular! Make mine a strawberry shortcake.

Pat Tillett said...

I love farmer's markets, street fairs, art shows, etc.... Fantastice places for shopping and taking pics! I'm ready for some strawberries!

Moannie said...

Now that is what I call a Farmer's Market!

Where do you live-paradise?

The Retired One said...

YUMMMMmmmmm!

Betty Manousos@ CUT AND DRY said...

What an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables!
You just made me feel refreshed.

I love, love, love those photos!!

B xx

christine said...

Do you realise how lucky you are to have such a wealth of healthy looking produce available to you? I envy you. And your lovely photos show it all to perfection. Well done:)