Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Santa Fe Farmer's Market

Today, I am going to deviate from my traditional Blogging format.  I am going to post pictures of the wonderful produce and goodies I  saw at the Santa Fe Farmer's Market.
 I needed to have a rest this past weekend - on Friday night we had a Graduation Party for my daughter.  I loaded up the kids and husband in the car and we drove  to Santa Fe for a nice relaxing day.

The Santa Fe Farmer's Market began in the late 1960's with just a handful of farmers.  Today, it is New Mexico's largest market and one of the most widely recognized markets in the United States according to the Santa Fe Farmer's Market website.  The Market is located at the Santa Fe Railyard.


















Below are some of the wonderful foods we saw.










The Roasted Garlic & Arugula Bread Was Fantastic!


Pie Cherries



Boston Cream - Delish



3 comments:

  1. Well you have been a busy bee, so it is understandable that you would take a break from cooking. Your adventure at the market looks like a lot of fun. These are the places where I just am so enamored by the freshness of everything, I usually haul a lot home. The flavored breads in that picture look especially tasty-yum! Thanks for sharing this.

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  2. Beautiful market! Sounds like a fun and relaxing day.

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  3. I've always wanted to visit Santa Fe. Thanks for the nice tour of the Farmer's Market. I love strolling the aisles of our local farmer's market on a lazy Saturday. Thank you for the friendship add on FoodBuzz. Cheers!

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