Thursday, January 19, 2017

How can it get any better than this? The Farmer’s Market!

Did you ever wake up and think you had a post scheduled and realize it’s not there? It’s still ‘all in your head’? haha! And of course it’s the day you need to get an early start.

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So I’m on Plan B already today! But so far the day is proving a good one. I start every Thursday by driving over to the Farmer’s Market! I know I’ll find all kinds of wonderful fruits and veggies, all organic and incredibly fresh!

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So how did it get better this week?

We have a new vendor that sells wonderful fresh baked bread!

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The Flour Pot

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And they have a loaf just for me…lots of whole grains and NO sugar! Thank you beautiful lady!

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But what did I eat first? (I can only eat half so I have enough to share!)

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Next I’ll slice the bread!

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Lunch may be a little early today, come on over!

I’m joining Thankful Thursdays today!

 

34 comments:

Betsy Adams said...

YUM YUM YUM.... I love fresh fruits and veggies.. This time of year in TN --it is hard to get them..

We have a breadmaker ---so we make our wonderful whole grain breads here...

Thanks for making me so hungry... ha

Hugs,
Betsy

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Diane! Your fruits and bread look delicious. I have not tried an orange yet, we did buy some strawberries. I love blueberries too.
Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and weekend!

Pamela Gordon said...

The bread looks delicious and I can almost taste it with butter on it. Yummy. We have a great farmers market in the city but rarely seem to get there, which is sad really. I'm hoping when my hubby retires we can do the 'every Saturday visit' to buy fresh food unless we get a fenced in garden to keep the deer out. I'm grateful for the local berry and apple growers we have near us though although only during the summer months. And we have a very nice bakery just a 7 minute drive away. :) Enjoy your bread and fresh produce. You are very fortunate to have fresh produce year round!

Vee said...

That all looks lovely...Farmer's Markets are a long way off up here...July at the very earliest. =/

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Nothing like fresh fruit and veggies and baked bread...yum!!

RleT E-M said...

Nothing beats farmer's markets when it comes to good quality healthy and tasty food.
Love from France
Arlette

Gina said...

Diane, your produce looks amazing! And hooray for your bread! Mmm

The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

I love your Farmer's Market! It's always a treat when our's opens. Not until late March or April. Fresh fruit and vegetables-what can be better. Enjoy your booty. ♥

Stacey said...

This is such a fun, uplifting post. ;)

I'd love to have farmer's market year round. You lucky girl!

Kathy said...

The bread looks incredible! I go to a farm every other week and there is nothing like getting those fresh fruits and veggies.

Linda said...

Oh, how I wish I could join you! It doesn't get any better than that!

podso said...

Your produce and the bread look wonderful! Someone had a great idea to add the fresh bread!

Lynn said...

I saved a recipe for a bread that has carrot in it... I might just make it now that I see the one in the pic:@)

It's me said...

Enjoy all the good food.....love Ria x❤️

Christine said...

Oh it all looks SO good! Fresh produce and homemade bread equals the perfect lunch!
I'm sure you'll enjoy it!

happyone said...

Those blueberries look wonderful. I have some too and plan on making blueberry pancakes tomorrow.
The bread looks yummy.

Michelle said...

Nothing like a farmer's market. Such a great thing to be thankful for. I really miss our local Mennonite market in the winter. Thanks for linking up today and I hope to see you back again next week!

I am said...

wow you cant beat fresh organic fruit and vegies and i love the smell of freshly baked bread,enjoy.

Jenn Jilks said...

What fun! I know what you mean about plan b.
We were to go into the city for a healthcare appointment, but the threat of freezing rain made us put it off!
(ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

P.S. I don't like chicken pot pie, but yours looks lovely!!!
I lve the bright yellow flower. We so dreary and dull in the rain.

Tom said...

...you are making me hungry!

McVal said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE Farmer's Markets!!! And yummo on the bread! However I'm trying to avoid bread these days to lose weight, I can't wait until I can eat some again!

Happy@Home said...

Oh gosh, it all looks wonderful to me. I'm looking forward to farmer's market season. So good to access fresh, organic food and also to support the local farmers. That bread looks fabulous.

Cherdecor said...

Your bread looks to die for! I love breads but of course, cannot eat them. I have to eat gluten free and those breads are not nearly so tasty. I am glad that your day was going well. Blessings to you!

Rose said...

save a piece for me! Looks so yummy!

Connie said...

Yummy, fresh baked bread.
I love strolling through the farmers market.

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

Hello Diane, I love farmers markets and getting the fresh break, veggies and fruits is just the best!
Enjoy the weekend.
Julie xo

Arlene Grimm said...

YUM!! I saw some honeybells at Publix yesterday. Love seeing the seasonal foods appearing in the market.

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

All of that looked wonderful. I'd especially enjoy the breads!

Betty Crow said...

Yum! Wish we had a farmer's market. The bread looks good!

NatureFootstep said...

looks great
:)

Red Rose Alley said...

Ooooo, the Farmer's Market, how fun! Those blueberries look Yummy. Sometimes I put blueberries in my oatmeal, and it's so good. The bread stand looks delightful. There's nothing like homemade bread.

Wishing you a Happy Birthday, Diane! May your day be filled with so much joy and love.

~Sheri

Linda said...

Diane, I absolutely love farmer's markets and everything in your photos looks so fresh and delicious! :)

Sam I Am...... said...

How fortunate oyu are to have such wonderful fresh organic produce! The bread looks wonderful too!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Darn I missed it! That bread looks wonderful. And all the fresh produce is well at the top of my list of why I love being here.