We had 16 vendors for opening day - most of them returned home after the 4 hour market with empty vans - a vendor's dream! Here are some photos from the market before the bell rang.
|A mountain of radishes from Taproot Farms|
|No need to choose yellow or green, patty pan of not - Taproot's squash boxes gave a variety!|
|Red Haven Farms brought a wonderful selection of meats, as well as these delicious jerkies.|
|Candy onions from Peg at Blueberry Hill Farm.|
|Too pretty to eat - gorgeous eggplants from Blueberry Hill.|
|Picture perfect carrots from Maysie's Farm Conservancy|
|Squash anyone? Maysie's offered these beautiful selections.|
|Bev's Flower Cart from Schaeffer's Fresh Cut Flowers|
|Perfect for a hostess gift or your kitchen table!|
|Hydrangeas poised on Bev's cart.|
|Frecon Farms - - - these guys do berries, and cherries, and more.|
|They sold out of all of their berries early on in the market - I got some - did you?|
|But they promise to not disappoint next week - they're bringing lots more!!!|
|I wanted peaches from Frecon - - - missed my chance - - - sold out!|
|Mompops - - - 300 popsicles - - - 2 hours - - - SOLD OUT! Issa - please bring more popsicles next week. Crazy good, all natural popsicles made with local fruits whenever possible!|
|Carmen Battavio's amazing honey, sold by his lovely wife Karen.|
|This loaf of bread from Wild Flour Bakery is chockful of whole grains and nuts - delicious!|
|What is a canele??? A wonderfully decadent French pastry, creamy in the inside and beautifully caramelized on the outside. Market Day Canele sells them in tubes - bet you can't eat just one!|
Check back in tomorrow - - - I'm making ginger pickled carrots with my carrot stash from the market!!!
Did you make something good with your market finds - share your recipe with us!!!