Thursday, July 7, 2011

Photos from Westborough Farmers Market July 7, 2011

Summer is finally here in the Northeast. The growing season is short, so visits to the local Farmers' Markets are extremely special and well worth visiting.

As you will see from my photos from today's visit to the local Farmer's Market, the choices of fresh fruits and vegetables were plenty. The fresh baked breads were so beautiful as well as home baked goodies.

Everyone was so friendly and helpful. I am going to prepare fresh Russian Kale this evening for a side dish: saute with olive oil, chopped fresh garlic and pinch of red pepper flakes.

Definitely will have a slice of the fresh, five-grain bread I chose at the market.

And of course, I already cut into the Yummy Mummy Brownie wedge...oh so moist as you can tell from the brownie sticking to the knife :)

Enjoy my photos. They speak for themselves. Hope you are inspired to visit your local Farmers' Market soon.

The Souper






Hot Pepper Jelly


Bread II

Bread III

Russian Kale

Sugar Snap Peas

My Yummy Mummy Brownie Wedge (before)

My Yummy Mummy Brownie (after digging in) Oh, so moist :)

Can't wait for next week 'cause I am going back to this Farmers' Market.


  1. Nice pictures! I walked to our farmers market yesterday (about 1 mile) to buy lettuce, which would be easy to carry home, right? Well, of course I had to also buy potatoes and onions! A heavy load to carry, but worth it. Have a great weekend.
    ps That brownie!!! yum

  2. Hi Tracy,

    Yes, bring an empty bag or two 'cause when you get to a Farmers' Mkt you just can't help buying lots of goodies :) I like to get inspired by all the displays of fresh produce, baked goods etc and then get cooking at home.

    Thanks for dropping by Prep2eat,

    The Souper

  3. Beautiful photos, i LOVE a good farmers market.

  4. Hi Becka (btw I love eggplants therefore I love your blog name The Elegant Eggplant.)

    Enjoyed my visit again today to our local Farmers' Market. I got Romaine Lettuce, a cucumber and zucchini & summer squash.
    I made a fresh green salad to go with my veggie-pasta (whole grain) saute. YUM :)

    Oh, and of course a Butterscotch Blondie Brownie from The Yummy Mummy Brownies stand at the market :)

    The Souper