A Midwinter Market

The Farmer’s Market tradition extends beyond the growing season here in the NoVa area, and we go as frequently as we can.  As one should expect, the amount of produce is reduced, but by no means is it gone. As you can see in the picture below, mushrooms, butternut squash, onions, potatoes, lettuce, and dill!! were all found at the market.  The cider is a must buy, as is the bread, and the Lebanese bologna and breakfast sausage a wonderful treat.

The only problem is that we come home from the market and immediately prepare a market breakfast, with the cider and the bread and the mushrooms and the sausage…

and then you feel like most of what you brought home from the market is gone…


2 Comments to “A Midwinter Market”

  1. Love it 🙂 a return from the market has that effect on me too. Your breakfast looks delicious!

  2. Thanks for stopping by and admiring breakfast :)! It was quite tasty.

    I love your blog – I think we’re in the same food space…

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