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August 14, 2008


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Cheryl Sims

What a great Farmer's Market you have. Ours is quite a distance away but when we go in the summer, I love to buy my favorite local tomato called "German Johnson", which is by far the homliest tomato I have ever seen, but also the most tasty. They are pricey also. Can't wait for your quiche recipe. How do you stay so trim with all these goodies?


I love everything about going to the market! Your quiche looks so delicious! I have to buy myself one of those Pampered Chef stone pie dishes!

Erika Martin - Stampin' Mama

I'm planning on going to the Shelburne Farmer's Market tomorrow with my out of state friend. :) Can't wait!!!


I can't lie. I'm a huge sucker for the farmer's market.

I LOVE the fact that fresh sweet corn is available now. You can't beat that tender, sweet flavor.


I'm starved! Looking forward to the quiche recipe. And yes, the corn is to die for this week. Peak of the season!


I'm so jealous. I can never get to a farmer's market. The only one near me is on Friday mornings. :(

I can't wait to see the recipe for the quiche!


Wonderful Martket Report! Fantastic photos - it all looks just lovely. I especially loved the Dunkin Doughnuts on the hood of your car!

I'm hosting a "Farmer's Market Report" Mr. Linky. I'd be thrilled if you'd come by and check it out! Perhaps you'd like to submit this post? Here's the link: http://toeverymeal.blogspot.com/2008/08/farmers-market-report-aug-16th.html

Marie Louise

Donna - yes, we are neighbors! Your farmer's market looks wonderful. Love those heirloom tomatoes. My husband and I have definitely been consuming our share of corn on the cob this year - it's been very sweet. It's a shame the season goes by so quickly. I'll be checking back!


I wish we had a farmers market like you have there. ;)

p.s. I have something for you over on my blog.

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