Farmers’ Market Fresh

A Farmers’ Market is the perfect place to discover the freshest produce…if you are lucky enough to find one near you. During a visit to Washington DC in June to visit my daughter and her family, we spent one Saturday morning enjoying the sights and sounds of the Petworth Community Market. A bustling collection of local vendors displayed a wide variety of products and services for sale. The community – all ages – was out in force taking it all in.

Tented displays featured a wide variety of vegetables, fruits and meats for sale. Along with flowers, coffees, breads, cookies, bagels and donuts. Including a booth selling fantastic gluten free donut holes!

Truly something for everyone.

Root vegetables were just a sampling of all the deliciousness available…

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Petworth Community Market
June 8, 2019


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12 thoughts on “Farmers’ Market Fresh

  1. “Kohlrabi”–haven’t seen or heard that word since I was pretty young, and read it in a Reader’s Digest Condensed books novel, titled The Blood of the Lamb (I think–can’t remember the author’s name, but he was well known and popular). The story was about a man facing the fatal illness of his little daughter, and if I recall right, they played a word game to pass the time and keep their minds off the sad reality–kohlrabi was one of the words. How the mind of your readers do meander, eh? πŸ™‚ Blessings to you!

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  2. Believe it or not, I found it: The Blood of the Lamb
    by Peter De Vries

    I just couldn’t rest till I googled–for all the jokes about “googling”, it’s a gift some days! De Vries’ book is listed in Goodreads…I may have to reread it now πŸ™‚

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