Farmer's Market Food Porn

Sunday mornings can be so beautiful. Especially if I have time to go to the Farmer's Market.




As tasty as these looked, I left them there.


These make me wish I liked radishes, so beautiful.


Only recently did I try chard, this beautiful rainbow chard, saut├ęd with garlic and butter. Yummy!


Who needs chips when you can sit and much on freshly shelled peas?


Isn't this bread beautiful? It truly is art.

My haul for that visit.

And my reward, lunch. Potato and rosemary bread, slathered with goat cheese, layered with baby greens, yellow heirloom tomatoes and sprinkled with fleur de sel.

7 comments:

Kelly H said...

Wow... that sandwich looks amazing.

Megan said...

Yum. I can only live vicariously through your walks through the Farmers Market. Sadly, no such thing exists here.

But that sandwich looks like paradise on bread. Goat cheese - ummm.

breadchick said...

Oh Jenny, that looks like a wonderful market! I didn't make it to mine today so I'm going to have to look at yours.


I'll take one of those sandwiches too.

Camille said...

I could sink my teeth into that sandwich. I really like your photos. My favorite part of the farmer's market are the colors. I love lingering to admire it all.

maybelles parents said...

lovely, lovely. I did a round up of farmers markets picts too this weekend.

kellypea said...

Love all the photos -- especially those cute little tarts! And your reward of that sandwich is so worth not taking the tarts. We have a few decent farmer's markets here, but it seems to be more of a novelty AND things are very expensive. I'd love it if I could go every day and get my produce -- especially if it looked like what you have.

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