Farmers’ Market March 3rd

Our second farmers’ market went well. I was lucky enough to have our first two wwoofers, Liane and Anthony, with me to help out this week. Setting up was a breeze once we had the tent set up with the additional help.

Anthony and Liane keeping warm behind our table.

Anthony and Liane trying to keep warm behind our table.

This week we brought more kale (red Russian, Ethiopian, curly Siberian), bok choy, arugula, broccoli, Swiss chard and beet greens. It was great to see repeat customers and hear “See you next week”s. Though it was very cold, we had a great market! We met a couple into food fermenting who were interested in coming to my next fermentation class and two ladies interested in my kitchen revamp. Making new connections and networking is working out better than expected at the markets – I was just expecting to share some delicious fresh veggies! With continual improvements to our set up, I’m already excited for next week’s market!

Our red Russian kale and bok choy. <3

Our red Russian kale and bok choy. <3