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You had me at the baked goods...and the baskets. I am not ready for winter but I know it's on it's way here in the mountains of Washington too.

Amy at love made my home

What a wonderful market!! It looks like a lovely way to spend a morning wandering around and finding your peaches and other good things too. Happy eating! xx


Your photos and words share your experiences so well and helped me feel I was there with you. Thanks! Our little peach tree was a perfect source of a few yummy peaches this year, but sadly our forays to local markets could not match the quality of our home grown fruit. Maybe next year we will grow enough to make jam, yours looks so good! xx

Darla Callaway

I can almost taste that jam....and those baskets.... I can't stand it!


Beautiful! I'm a bit behind the times on reading your blog. I didn't do much with peaches this year besides can them up in light syrup but I am going to be wishing for peach jam by the time January hits, that's for sure!
I love farmer's markets and really miss the big ones in the Seattle area. There was one we used to go to weekly after we were first married, before the babies came, we'd drive all the way to downtown and beyond from our suburban apartment, and it ran all winter with really interesting cold-season vegetables like Jerusalem artichokes, squashes, and fingerling potatoes and kale and foraged fiddleheads and mushrooms. The produce pickings got sparse and the crowds went away with the arrival of the rain, but I so loved visiting that market every week and finding new local foods to experiment with. I'm glad you found your peaches. <3

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