Tag Archives: Farmer’s Market
Today at the Local Roots Farm stand. Simply beautiful.
Hi folks, I know I’ve been a bit MIA on this blog. Things have been really hectic on many levels, and also the last two weeks I’ve been really taking advantage of the sunny weather here in Seattle (which is … Continue reading
Yesterday at the farmer’s market, I was surprised to see one of my favorite Korean fruits called Chamae, also known as Korean Honeydew. Although blueberries and raspberries were still around, peaches and watermelons were much more plentiful. Bell peppers and … Continue reading
A delicious way to add protein and fiber to your dinner plate: black bean tacos! We had this for dinner the last two nights. The first day you have to put in a bit more effort since you have to … Continue reading
If you live in Seattle and are planning to go to the University Farmer’s Market tomorrow, you might want to buy some of your vegetables from Seattle Youth Garden Works, a local non-profit training program which empowers homeless, low-income, and … Continue reading
One of our Sunday morning rituals is to walk about two miles to the Broadway Farmer’s Market after a few cups of black coffee. Some people have asked us why we bother to walk so far especially on a rainy … Continue reading
Swiss Chard is everywhere at the Farmer’s Market. $2 for a beautiful, bountiful bunch. I tossed this in with spaghetti, garlic, and olive oil, and voila a good healthy meal on a budget for two days.
Photos taken by me at Union Square Farmer’s Market, New York City.