Saturday, January 06, 2007

Farmer's Market Fun

Jim and I went to the Farmer's Market this morning and I've got a knitting bag on order. Diane was a great lady to work with on this. I told her what design elements I'm after, and what kinds of fabrics I found interesting at her stall, and she's going to get creative for me. Diane is an artist, and I look forward to seeing what her creativity will produce.


After I'd paid my deposit and finished my arrangements with Diane, Jim and I did a bit of shopping and brought home this:

We had salad and meat pies for lunch with grapes for dessert. Perfect on such a windy wet day. The pies were delicious! Just chock full of meat, they tasted like a really good shepard's pie. The begonias only cost me a dollar and the grapes were a dollar a pound. I'm looking forward to going back to the market to pick up my bag from Diane.

4 comments:

  1. I am crazy jealous!

    This time of year, there isn't much going at my Farmers' Market. I can't wait to see your new bag.

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  2. There will be no Farmer's Market near me until June....drat, but I'm jealous!

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  3. Fun - it is so nice to meet the people who produce the goods! Your lunch must have been delicious! The bag of mixed greens looks wonderful!

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  4. For the record, London has three Farmer's markets now. They sell produce, meat, cheese and dry goods as well as serve as a flea market of sorts. It's a bit of a treasure hunt to find something good at these places.

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