Holiday Farmers’ Market interlude

This time of year, as our garden slows down, we start sourcing more of our food from local farmers. The Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers’ Market, where we participate as volunteers, provides a welcome way for us to eat locally all year long. Now in its fifth year, the array of winter fare provided by over 50 growers and producers is simply astounding, and we came away with several baskets full of fresh food. For a glimpse of December’s bounty in this part of New England, click here…

Coming home with us: Northern Spy apples, Brussels sprouts, Deadon cabbage, Komatsuna greens, rosemary, and mesclun mix.

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5 Responses to Holiday Farmers’ Market interlude

  1. E. Baron says:

    I was there! I love this market. You’re making me regret not buying a bunch of that beautiful rosemary. Oh well…it went home in good hands!
    Eleanor

  2. Norma Chang says:

    You are so fortunate. That is quite a display.

  3. Liz says:

    What great winter fare. A fabulous resource to have locally.

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