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Friday, October 21, 2011

Flashback Friday ~Farmers Market Season in Review

This week's flashback is a look back at this season's Broadway Farmers Market in Tacoma. This was my last week to be able to visit it since I'll be gone next Thursday on the finale. Here's what it looked like in the Spring! Just look at those fresh green leaves :-)
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Rhubarb, onions and greens were mostly all that was available veggie wise.


My favorite Crepe stand, Paprika was back! Love the crepes and the lady that runs it is so friendly and cheeful. She does catering too!


Dr. Terry was there with his pies


This may have been the day I brought Randy a piece of rhubarb


And the flowers...well they were very springy too!


As spring moved into summer I discovered the Bacon Forever booth with all of their goodies


Starring none other than...BACON! My favorite was this. Do not turn your nose up at this ladies and gentlemen. This is a seriously good apple pie...


Leaves were definitely in full summer swing


It was a busy summer so I apparently didn't have time to take many at the market! But I made a point of taking a few at yesterdays market to round out the season.


The bouquets had definitely taken on a fall flavor


How cute are these pumpkin arrangements. All you Martha Stewarts out there get hoppin' and make one of these.


Still tons of gorgeous dahlias


Veggie stands were decked on in fall gear - also known as dried corn stalks.


Sweet potatoes, concord grapes and fresh apples....mmmmm


I love to see all of the furry friends that come to the market each week.


I enjoyed my lunch (Indian shishkabobs) in this little park. I love the trompe l'oeil at the far end.


I'll miss the market in the winter months but it does give me something to look forward to! I'm so lucky to have this market just a long block from my office.

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9 comments:

Marigene said...

Looks like a fun place to stroll...those flowers arranged in the pumpkins are gorgeous and the price is to my liking, too!
Have a great weekend, Suzy.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

What a great place to visit. I had to smile at the Bacon and Apple Pie :) What beautiful fall floral bouquets!

Dzoli said...

Always love to view strolls over the market:))

ann said...

What a great market. So much to look at, so much to inspire. So much to buy!

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

Suzy, I truly enjoyed the transition from spring to fall at the farmers market! Their prices on the bouquets are very reasonable. I am certainly going to miss our farmers markets, but I heard that several vendors are taking their goods to the indoor market which is great news.

Cathy at Wives with Knives said...

It looks like you have a beautiful market, Suzy. Ours is done too and I will really miss it over the winter. I'm spoiled by all the fresh produce.

Amish Stories said...

Thought id say hello while passing your blog by, and i hope you folks have a very nice weekend. We are maybe a little past fall peek colors for taking pictures of our tree's here in central Pennsylvania, but ill try anyway to go out one last time to snap some images. Richard from the Amish community of Lebanon Pennsylvania.

Foley said...

How I wish we had a place like this..you could stay all day and not see everything!!

Foley said...

How I wish we had a place like this..you could stay all day and not see everything!!

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