et bien vive le printemps !!! Bien sympa tout ca, sous le soleil en plus !Bon début de semaineClaude
Comme il a l'air sympa ce marché .C'est de montrer que nous ne sommes pas le monopole des marchés de rues et de capagne en plein air .Que les anglo saxons aussi sont ravis d'aller to the market le dimanche .
That looks like so much fun! Love Farmer's markets.
Farmers markets are the best. Those planter pots look great!
Wonderful photos, Rose!P.S.: I was so glad when I saw that now you're a Daring Baker too!
Farmers' markets are great, aren't they? There is a growers' market held once a month near where I live in Sydney (AU), and they have wonderful produce on sale that I would have trouble finding else where. But I've had trouble getting there this year because it's on a Saturday morning, which is the only time that I get to sleep in - more sleep vs food. This is the rare occasion when food loses! ;-)
are those pansy growing from a squash shell? So interesting! I'm not sure if the farmer market near by us open in May, will go see this weekend. My favorite store was the one selling home-made cheese :)
These pictures are wonderful! I can't wait until the farmer's markets start again here. Two more weeks!
- Ce fut une agreable journee en effet, bien ensoleillee. Bonne fin de semaine Claude.- Et comment! Tout le monde est ravi de retrouver le marche en pleins air surtout que ca dure de Mai jusqu'a Octobre.- It was a lot of fun indeed, Elle.- Aren't they beautiful Tanna. I had to take a pictureth.- I know what you mean Nora. But with my baby, I am up at 7AM anyway.- My favorite stand is the tomato stand. I t just reminds me of summer.-I would love to see some pictures of the farmers' market in Boston, Anali.
What a great market!
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