There is a long list of restaurants, in Birmingham, Alabama, that use fresh produce from local farmers. By choosing a restaurant that buys it’s fresh produce from our local farmers, you are supporting two local businesses. I would suggest googling Farm to Table in Birmingham, Alabama (or your own city) next time you’re thinking of…
Farmer’s Market in Birmingham, Alabama
As a former Vermonter, i was used to Farmer’s Markets. My favorite thing to do on a Saturday Morning, in Burlington, Vermont, was to grab breakfast. Usually i bought a loaf of homemade bread & some cheese to go with it. i could eat it sitting on Church Street watching the people go by. The…
wee veggies are delightful
the last images are sweet potatoes made into…wee monsters? i wish i could say that i grew these. but they came from a friend’s garden & when i saw them, i knew i had to share her treasures.
she grew an octopus
cool looking thing…St. Albans Farmer’s Market, Vermont
God’s art @ the farmer’s Market
colors of fruits & veggie point to health of us all. He made it a bit obvious. St. Albans Farmer’s Market, Vermont
drained of color
like a vampire victim. so, so beautiful are these…almost pumpkins.
black-eyed peas & okra, anyone?
my husband went to a friend’s farm yesterday & brought home okra…this yankee has no idea what to do with either one. black-eyed peas & okra is a VERY Southern food. the squash is not edible anymore, too many seeds i’ve been told.
ever notice the stars?
inside an apple, if cut horizontal, there is a star there too…pretty cool, huh?
yesterday’s pick. i bring the BIG tomatoes in just as they begin to turn red because in Alabama heat, if left outside to ripen, they boil & burst. 🙂 besides, green tomatoes are DELICIOUS! We put them on our pizza, pastas, BLT’s or we leave them to ripen on the kitchen table.