Midland Farmers’ Market–Michigan Fruits
By Martha // Posted 1 August, 2009 in: Farmers Market
In Midland for the week, but not wanting to miss out on a Saturday at the market, I visited the Midland Farmers’ Market with my friend Sarah this morning. She wanted to go in order to find cinnamon rolls from the Amish farmers. I found popcorn from the same vendors… and picked up a few things for my mom. She had asked for thin cucumbers and cherry tomatoes. I couldn’t believe the amount of fresh fruit in Michigan. Take a look:
I couldn’t resist taking home a Honeyrock, the name for the type of cantaloupe that grow locally in Bay County. This one was perfect. Juicy (take a look at the plate), sweet, and truly melt-in-your-mouth.
Along with the honeyrock, there were the cucumbers and tomatoes for Mom, apricots, and a bag of popcorn. What better late-Saturday morning snack than a slice of honeyrock and freshly popped corn from the stovetop?
4 comments | Apples, Blueberries, Cantaloupe, Cherries, Cucumbers, Farmers Market, Gooseberries, Honeyrock, Michigan, Peaches, Popcorn, Tomatoes
This entry was posted by Martha on Saturday, August 1st, 2009 at 1:19 pm and is filed under Farmers Market. You can subscribe to responses to this entry via RSS.
Excellent advertisement, Martha! What gorgeous shots of luscious-looking fruit/vegetables. Makes me think I should get down there one of these days–stop in an see us!
If you go, bike! Parking can be challenging.