Last Farmers Market

Went to the farmers market, was a bit early so I could avoid the crowds and get a few pics before everyone crowded around looking at everything. Some were still setting up, but I was able to see what they had and could smell the goodness that was coming from the food trucks and the homemade goodies. There was going to be live music later on in the evening, but I didn’t stick around for that, but I can usually hear it at the house if the windows are open.

There weren’t as many vendors as I thought there would be, there were still quite a few and there was a wide selection to choose from depending on what you wanted, but still worth a trip. The vegetables looked amazing and were huge. The bread smelled good and ok, so I did get some bread. I couldn’t resist, and I was correct, it was delicious and so fresh. Much better than any store or what I could make. There were several food trucks to choose from, Asian, Mexican, tenderloins, which in Iowa thats like a staple and more. And something called Bubble Tea that I had never heard of before. The lady tried explaining but ended up saying it had lots of bubbles.

I am glad I went though, especially since I had been telling myself all summer I should. It was a good time, the weather was almost perfect, got some bread, chatted with some vendors, had a few samples, which the coffee cakes, tastes even better than they look.

Next year I will have to go more often.

~ by Lencrest Photos on October 6, 2022.

2 Responses to “Last Farmers Market”

  1. Were you visiting the Des Moines farmers market by the river?? I was there in May and was awestruck by the number of vendors and crafts people. I love your photos: they capture it so well. (And if it’s a different market, I want to go!) Back in May, I blogged about my own visit to the Des Moines farmers market and other fun things that week in the capital city! https://fashionedforjoy.com/2022/05/26/delights-may-20-to-may-26/

    Thanks for inspiring my memories!

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