Strolling Through Little Italy’s Farmers Market

by Mary Papoulias-Platis

If there is one market that has everything, I must say Little Italy’s Farmers Market has one outstanding marketplace! Last Saturday, I took some time to stroll through the streets looking for new products and little gems to add to my market basket and I found just that. Enjoy the many pictures I captured along the way.

Brightly colored Spring blooming flowers such as these Gerber daisy ready to be brought home by a passerby.

Descanso Valley Ranch eggs displayed for your picking.

What a better treat than our own California Almonds!

Both creative and clever, this booth of recycled beer bottles makes a terrific gift.

Lovely jams made with a spicy flavor of ” Jalapeno” – Delicious!!!

Smit Orchards with a collection of dried fruits and flavored nuts.

Brussels sprouts and purple baby artichokes for your Spring dishes.

I loved this stand with various cheeses to taste and purchase.

Hungry?  Try one of the many vendors selling their specialties.  These are fresh warm quiches ready to be eaten.

Suzie’s farm has everything you will ever need for your next salad or dinner entree.

Spices from around the world are sold here in this marvelous stand.

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1 Nancy Cherry Eifert

Wonderful photos Mary! Our farmer’s market here in Port Townsend starts April 2nd, can’t wait! Our growing season is just beginning, rhubarb is almost ready for a first harvest! I think it’s time to make a strawberry-rhubarb rustic tart.

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