Farmer's Market, November


Today was the last day of the outdoor farmer's market.

It sounds more dramatic than it is, because they pretty much pick it up again next week at an indoor location.

But it's different.  The indoor location doesn't have the same vendors, and there is (understandably but disappointingly) a much larger emphasis on gifts than on food.


Brussels sprouts for roasting.


Apple cider for warming.  I'm going to mull this so hard.


And these beautiful babies?  Well, they will be appearing in everything.  EVERYTHING.

This was my final haul from the very end of the season.

Pretty November, so pretty.

3 comments:

Amy (Savory Moments) said...

You got persimmons from the farmers' market?! How lucky! I love them.

Dressed with soul said...

How cool that you have also a farmer's market in your region as this is really usual in Bavaria. Even in winter they offer outside their stuff :) Your haul looks yummy - I'm sure you will enjoy it!

Thank you for your pleasant comment on my blog. You have a beautiful blog and now I wonder if you want to follow each other?

xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena

www.dressedwithsoul.com

mjskit said...

I always find the end of the Farmer's markets a sad thing in the fall. Ours ended about 3 weeks ago. What a great last day haul! Love those cayenne chile flakes!