Tomorrow our local Farmer's Market returns (it's true that it was year-round this year, but the winter offerings--in the parking lot of the new Eureka Coop--were pretty slim, sometimes only carrots). We try to go every week,Mid-April through the end of November. Not just to score some terrific produce, but because it provides opportunities to see and catch up with just about everyone we know around here. Kind of like church. The live music is usually pretty good too. Also tomorrow, Brio opens their highly anticipated cafe right there on the Plaza.
Anyway, Jonah and I were talking about how we were going to get to go to the Framer's Market on Saturday and he said: "The farmers are the most important part of the Farmer's Market."
"Because they grow all the food!"
Speaking of food: brownies, kind of, over at thedishandthespoon. Go get some before they're all gone.