Local Food: Dover Farmers’ Market

Seacoast farmers’ markets are filling up with summer’s colorful bounty — here’s just a sampling from this week’s Dover Farmers’ Market. Above: turnips, beets, radishes and scallions from Connolly’s Gardens.

Sunflowers, summer squash and cucumbers from Wake Robin Farm.

Beet greens from Riverside Farm, and beets from Wake Robin Farm.
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A version of this post also appears at Seacoast Eat Local.

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5 Responses to Local Food: Dover Farmers’ Market

  1. Liz says:

    The colours of the radishes and beets are amazingly similar aren’t they. I love the look of those cucumbers.

  2. Lrong says:

    Wonderful wonderful colors!

  3. Louise says:

    What great photos and fabulous colours. I like the stripy zucchini and the little squat ones too.
    Its making me long for summer.

  4. Beautiful colours-makes you want to reach for some pastels to paint them…except I can’t paint!! Thank you for sharing. And to think some people fail to see the beauty in vegetables.

  5. It is obvious that a person would love the red hues of beets and sunny yellow flowers, but the beauty of the shades of summer squash is a surprise. Thanks for bringing them to life to brighten my day.

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