boulder farmers’ market

October 7, 2009 at 9:29 pm (vegan living) ()

3930562108_f07c8dec17I only have a few weeks left of the Boulder Farmers’ Market, so I figured I’d dedicate today’s post to the amazing produce available every Wednesday and Saturday downtown in my fair city. I’m really lucky to live so close to such a great market, I’ve been munching out on tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, peppers, onions, shallots, bok choy, the list goes on. I’ve tried to make the most of the market while I’ve had it: my freezer is full of red lentil pasta sauce with fresh veggies, two loaves of zucchini bread, and a few tubs of pesto for when basil becomes disgustingly expensive in the supermarkets.

Today here’s what I got to see. First up, the market itself. Hope none of you are in the witness protection program. . .


It’s fall! Did you know? How can you tell? Oh right, squashes!


If I were to nominate a vegetable for “Prettiest Veggie that I Can’t Stand” it would be radishes:



can't be beet

This stand still had more summery stuff: peppers, fairy-tale eggplant, fingerling potatoes, summer squash:


Gosh! I will miss the market when it’s gone, but good times I have had there yes indeed. This post doesn’t include the glorious plum jam I’ve been buying too much of for weeks, nor the bread, nor the popcorn, and yet look at the amazing variety of delicious produce! I love being able to have such variety in my diet, and I’m very curious to see just what the market will have to offer me this spring, when it re-opens.


1 Comment

  1. brad said,

    Looks nice! I hope you’re going to post a pumpkin-themed food adventure.

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