Farmer’s Market Finds – 4/5/2012

6 Apr

I didn’t get a chance to go last week, but I my girls and I went to the Farmer’s Market this week.  They love to go and pick up goodies for the week.  And this week, we got a lot!

Mequite jumbles, a small cheery pie, and a gluten-free carrot cupcake from Big Skye Bakers for $13.50.  The mesquite jumbles were really good, they put raisins, roasted almonds, dark chocolate chips, roasted pecans, and are made with wheat and mesquite flour.  The cherry pie again was excellent.  The carrot cupcake tasted a little different from what I’m used to, but I think that’s because it was made with rice flour, tapioca, and potato starch instead of wheat flour that I’m used to.  It was still good, just different for me.

Asiago Garlic bread and French bread from Gabe the Bread Man for $6 each.  His bread was great last time I got it, and this bread is excellent was well.  Plus, he’s cheerful and happy, I can tell he enjoys making the bread and selling it at the market to meet and speak with people.

Plain with light salt goat cheese from Canelo Prairie Dairy for $6.50.  My older daughter was begging for this again.  Of course, last time she wouldn’t touch it, said it looked gross, then when she actually tried it, found out she really did like it.  And, finished off what was left!  It’s going pretty fast this time too.

Honey sticks, 5 for $1.  I’m not even sure what flavors we ended up with since the girls had trouble deciding which ones to get!

Next week, I think we’re going to try out some tamales.  I guess we’ll see when we get there!

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