Day at the DT Market

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I thought it might be neat to share a trip to the downtown farmers market with you all. (Mostly because I have nothing else to post since I have no project monogamy and work is busy and blah blah excuse).

So, today, I took loads of photos with my new portable gps/camera/scrabble device (aka iPhone), and have lots to share with you all!

First up, a sense of scale:

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See, lots of people, and this is just on the main thoroughfare (which is less crowded than the side streets get!)

I also went and picked up the flexum peppers and some peach habaneros as well from Kat’s Garden–thus completing my tour de force of her pepper collection. Minus the super stupid hot one, which I don’t know the name of but do know is the hottest pepper in the world.

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Aren’t they all so pretty? Mine are kind of peeking out at the bottom of the photo.

There is corn:

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Random street players:

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No idea who they are.

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These guys are really cool. Their called Tropical Steal, and play steel drums. They are very good and it was really cool to hear them play Under the Sea and all the other stuff. Great group.

Dogs. Lots of dogs, though I only took a photo of this one.

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Goat cheese

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Gouda cheese (I bought some gouda today, aged, because the after taste is so gooooood)

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Wines (this is just one of many vineyards that hit up the market)

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Rootbear

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Coyote Run (the farm most responsible for me starting to go to the market)

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Have photos of all my pepper plants now:

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One response »

  1. Great tour of the market! I love Coyote Run Farms too. They are on the Farm Crawl and I love touring their farm, seeing where their great stuff comes from!

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