The farmers market is quite wonderful. It starts at 6:30am just as the sky begins to lighten. It’s very chilly and there’s a sense of purpose and unity. Lots of veggies and flowers, some with names I’ve not heard before, like Mizuma, Misome, Puha. Even sweet corn – in winter here, very strange. And tomatoes. Jim went because I told him there was sausage he should consider buying, which he did. Weather is gorgeous, crisp fall with a slight breeze. I do love the weather here.
Jim’s favorite pork stop
Huge heads of savoy cabbage
Kiwano – African horned melon $1 each