Monday, July 26, 2010

Farmers Market Finds and the Weekly Menu 7/26 - 7/31...Not Really

We didn't get to go to our neighborhood farmers market this weekend instead we wandered around one that is a little more famous, Pike Place Public Market in Seattle.
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We managed to eat our way around the market with Rainer cherries, Nettle Gouda Cheese, Beechers Mac & Cheese, Smoked Salmon Chowder, Barbecue Pork Buns & Potato Leek Soup with Truffle Oil. To take home we bought some Italian farro & black lentils.

There's no menu for this upcoming week yet because we are still on vacation & I haven't thought that far yet. So, enjoy so more photos from our trip instead.
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6 comments:

Recipe for Delicious said...

What a great trip! Seattle looks beautiful. Safe travels!

Manisha said...

Love that picture of the Airstream restaurant! It's been years since I was at Pike Place Market. I so thrilled to see you pictures. Hope you are both having a great time!

Fresh Local and Best said...

I hope you guys are having a great time in Seattle. Pike's Place is a foodie's haven!

TS of eatingclub vancouver said...

Hope you guys are having a great time! =)

Lori said...

Oh, that list of eats! I could lose days in that market. One of my favorite finds there was the Snoqualmie Valley Honey.

gale Reeves said...

I just returned home from Seattle 4 hours ago. We could have passed in the market! I have some of these same pictures. The market was great!!!!!

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