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The Farmers Market: Reunited, and it Feels So Good…..

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About imagineannie

I feel like I'm fifteen - does that count? I'm lots of things, I get paid to be the Managing Editor for a local news publication, and I love my job. I am also inordinately fond of reading, animals (I have four), elephants, owls, hedgehogs writing, tramping in the woods, cooking India, Ireland, England, avocado toast, Sherlock Holmes, Harry Potter, Little Women, Fun Home, Lumber Janes, Fangirl, magic, Neil Gaiman, Jane Austen, YA books, not YA books, classical music, Salinger (OMG SALINGER), Brahms, key lime pie, indie music, podcasts, sleeping in, road trips, marmalade, museums, bookstores, the Oxford comma, BBC, The Miss Fisher Mysteries, birdwatching, seashells, kombucha, and stickers. Not a huge fan of chewing gum, jazz, trucker hats or dystopian and/or post-apolcalyptic fiction (but I'll try anything).

9 responses »

  1. Hee! I didn’t get there til noon but managed to do a fair amount of consumering. Great pictures! 🙂

  2. I am going to have to meet up with you out there. We went to the City Market today. Happy to see that the seasonal vendors are trickling back in there. I bought some local Michigan Soybean oil to try…hope it is a blogworthy product.

    • imagineannie

      I would love that – it’s smaller and humbler, but I love it. I will await with great interest your report on the soybean oil. You know that if you like it, I will become obsessed with oil envy and have to get some of my own.

  3. doh! I missed it! We could have went after soccer! next week. . . .

    • imagineannie

      That’s what I hear; if I ever get there, it’s on my list.

      • As well as New York.

        Living in NYC like I have been for the past 20+ years, I’m always interested in hearing about farmers’ markets elsewhere, particularly those in middle America.

        I recognize that our Greenmarkets are aberrations, in that they’re open 52 weeks a year. One blog I discovered yesterday actually has a farmers’ market “season” — which makes sense because it’s located in Wisconsin.

        The eggs look lovely, by the way.

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