Friday, August 10, 2018

What’s for lunch?


Where can you buy fresh local food for lunch? At the Ann Arbor Farmers Market! We went early and were rewarded with
a very close parking space -- parking is scarce. The market is on Wednesday and Saturday -- we chose the less-busy Wednesday.
Corn cooking for lunch just a few hours after we bought it from one of the farmers at the market.

Lunch: corn with salad and Michigan peaches.

Earlier in the week: a tortilla Espagnol (Spanish potato omelet).
Made with local new potatoes and local eggs.
Farmers' Market eggs are remarkably colorful.
Another day: the simplest lunch is cottage cheese with vegetables.
And a bit of home-baked bread.
Muffins with Michigan blueberries. Made in silicone baking cups.
Only muffins for lunch? Decadent!

5 comments:

Tina said...

Yes to farmer's markets! I love browsing in them and you can't beat the fresh produce. We had some we frequented in Amish country, as my folks called Lancaster, when I was growing up. There was a small one when i lived in Owosso MI but the ones outside Philly were the best (from my memories)

Judee Algazi said...

I live outside of Philly and we have a farmer's market that is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It has many Amish stands with all kinds of goodies.

Claudia said...

Some very good food there Mae! Our Farmer's Markets are on Wed., Sat. and one on Sunday out in Puna. Though, all year round.

Carole said...

Looks loverly... Cheers from Carole's Chatter

natalia20041989 said...

Yum, everything looks so delicious, I also bake homemade bread,it's the best☺