|Posted by glenwoodsundaymarket on November 14, 2010 at 9:52 PM|
It seems like such a short time since that glorious last Indian Summer day in October- The last day of the Summer Markets. While the time has flown by, the pantry is most certainly bare, so it was with great joy and deep pockets that Lauren arrived this morning at the Glenwood Sunday WINTER Market. Thanks to our friends at The Glenwood, we were warm, dry, and everyone seemed in good spirits and in the mood to spend! We were excited at the thought of canned and jarred preserves, honey, tea, baked goods and frozen goodies from Crafthouse and Mint Creek, but (in spite of the recent stretch of 65+ degree days) were delightfully surprised to find that our produce farmers are still - well - producing! Cabbage, broccoli, squash (this time of the winter variety), onions, garlic and glorious fresh spinach). The pantry, now bursting at the seams, is gloriously full of possibilities. What's for dinner in YOUR house this eve?
Hugs & dried basil (after all, it's a winter market, people),
Lauren and Ann
Co-Chairs, Learn & Grow: Education at the Glenwood Sunday Market
p.s. Learn & Grow is working to plan specialty workshops throughout the winter months. Stop by our table at the next winter market for more info on these events and sign up! Composting, knife skills, sustainability and more!
photo courtesy of Eddie Eng www.eddophotography.com