Almost Too Good to Eat
As summer wanes in the northern hemisphere, farmers markets are bursting with the fruits of local farmers’ labor. Brilliant, jewel-colored fruits and vegetables brighten days that are quickly getting shorter.
Port Townsend Farmers Market in Washington State is no exception. At a recent market, peppers, tomatoes, eggplant and a host of other organic produce overflowed the stands, with shoppers taking advantage and stocking up to “put up” the fresh-from-the-farm vegetables.