Friday, August 27, 2010

Santa Fe Farmer's Market

I thought you'd like to see some photos from the Santa Fe Farmer's Market, voted one of the Top Ten Farmer's Markets in the US by USA Today. We went last Saturday when it was very hot and very crowded. (If you want to see any of these photos larger, just click on them.)

Many vendors sell jams and jellies; here in NM they often add chiles. My personal favorite combination is raspberries and chipotle.



















This is the first time I've ever seen sugar cane at the Farmer's Market. Many vendors were selling Shishito Peppers and a few places had samples fried in oil for people to taste.

























I really should have purchased some of this garlic; they had about 10 different varieties on hand.


3 comments:

Cooking Mama said...

Having visited Santa Fe this summer for the first time, I think you folks are really fortunate to live there. This market makes that all the more true. I can't wait to get back there and next time visit the market.

Nanette said...

Cooking Mama, Santa Fe really is foodie paradise! The market may be open year-round with just some vendors inside in winter.

Tracy said...

I spontaneously did a search for vegan blogs, saw a 'Top 10 Vegan blogs' post on TheKitchn, and saw your comment. I lived in Santa Fe, and really fell in love with the area. The Market was generating funds for the all-year indoor place it is now, but I first lived there in 1997, and then in 2007. I live in AZ now, but Santa Fe just got into my heart, soul, and senses. I miss it! It is fun finding your blog. I just started one as well. Come say hello at www.thefoodway.blogspot.com ~Tracy

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