Wordless Wednesday: From The Vineyard Farmer’s Market

Produce from The Vineyard Farmer's Market

Vineyard Farmer’s Market in Fresno

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13 Comments
  1. pam

    Yum! I’ve been posting a picture of my CSA pickup every week in my photo blog. It will be a great way to track the veggies by season.

    3:50 am  Jun 2nd, 2010
  2. April

    What are the long, pale green things? I got something similar looking from an Asian market, and the man working there couldn’t speak any English. I didn’t know what to do with them, so they went bad, unfortunately.

    4:50 am  Jun 2nd, 2010
  3. Nick

    Nice! I also want to know what those long green things are! Some sort of zucchini/cucumber thing?!

    I’m so sad I couldn’t get in a CSA this year. That basket looks healthy and delicious.

    5:32 am  Jun 2nd, 2010
  4. Lyndsey

    I posted photos from Sarasota Farmer’s market today! Great minds! Your photo is lovely! Is that a white cucumber?

    6:22 am  Jun 2nd, 2010
  5. Nicole

    April – I’m afraid you probably picked up some bitter melons at the Asian market. They look similar to the Armenian cucumbers (in the photo), but bitter melon is, well, REALLY bitter! What you see in the photo up there are Armenian cucumbers. That’s what I used for yesterday’s cucumber salad.

    7:40 am  Jun 2nd, 2010
  6. Kalyn

    So jealous. Our market doesn’t open for weeks and of course I don’t have anything from my own garden either yet.

    7:47 am  Jun 2nd, 2010
  7. Jenn (Jenn's Menu and Lifestyle Blog)

    Gorgeous produce!!!! So jealous!

    Jenn

    8:08 am  Jun 2nd, 2010
  8. Deborah

    Oh, Armenian cucumbers are my very favorite! I never knew of them until we moved to this SJ valley about 25 years ago. Need to get myself to that market, ’cause I’ve never had one that fresh!!

    8:16 am  Jun 2nd, 2010
  9. 12th Man

    Deja vu … just read a recipe that calls for Armenian cucumbers the other day … always weird how that happens.

    8:45 am  Jun 2nd, 2010
  10. Carla Spacher

    Wow! I cannot believe I landed on this page! A week or two ago I had a raw food cookbook author on my BlogTalk Radio Show who was talking about how wonderful the produce is at Farmer’s Markets. I live in Coarsegold and do not get to Fresno often, but wanted to go there to pick up some real flavorful produce.

    So, I show up on your page and the link is right there waiting for me to click, and I wasn’t even searching for that! Thank you for this! Now I know when and where to go.

    I have been creating quite a bit of gluten free recipes, but want to concentrate more on the cooking rather than baking. Some really fresh produce will definitely inspire me, and the photos will come out colorful and gorgeous, hopefully! Your photos are breathtaking. I applaud your talent! – wish I had you in my kitchen!

    Best,
    Carla

    1:16 pm  Jun 2nd, 2010
  11. CookingSchoolConfidential.com

    I’ve got cucumber straight from the market on my counter and the dill in my window box is growing like mad. Anyone guess what’s for lunch?

    Thanks for the inspiration.

    Cheers!

    1:27 pm  Jun 2nd, 2010
  12. Helen Gedney

    It would be nice to post farm markets in different parts of the country and current ripe produce so everyone could benefit.

    6:10 pm  Jun 2nd, 2010
  13. Georgia

    A batch of fresh produce can speak for itself. What natural beauty!

    8:59 pm  Jun 2nd, 2010
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