|Note the dedicated permanent awning!|
|Why, thank you, bestplaces.net!|
So many peppers that they can do decorative things with them. Thus:
Or eat them and sell them, of course.
|Look at those little bell peppers!|
Then there were the
ears of two-tone corn on the cob, crisp and sweet, which I ended up making into the salad I mentioned last year.
There were also funny squash I'd never seen before:
but which looked similar to the mutant butternut squash which have come up in our yard.
|The homegrown oddball|
|Looks like a butternut inside...|
The Pasco market sold baked goods and fresh cider like ours, and, instead of the hazelnut lady, we had the peanut guys.
There was one item I sure wish we offered at Bellevue--table grapes.
The grapes were as sweet as advertised, and it was nice to have some that hadn't had to come up from California.
Altogether, it was worth the little drive out. But I'm happy to report that we are good and spoiled with the abundance, variety, and quality of foods on offer at our Bellevue Farmers Market. We may be back to school, but don't miss the bountiful fall harvest this Thursday and Saturday!