What I Learned at the Farmer’s Market this Morning

Crepes! (Hi Barb and Nell – the two people on the far right).

This morning we met Erin and her friends at the Farmer’s Market at PSU. I very rarely go to this one so I don’t know all the food vendors.

Turns out it was hard to choose: biscuits and gravy; pizza; curries; organic oatmeal with dried cranberries and raisins (you may be sneering but I happen to love oatmeal); breakfast burritos; crepes plus the tamales and spicy sausages that we have at the Wednesday Farmer’s Market downtown. Plus several baked goods proprietors.

I finally picked crepes: the Don Juan which is mozzarella cheese, bacon and caramelized onion. She asked if I wanted natural or buckwheat.

I said: what do you suggest?

She thought buckwheat might be a little intense if I’d never had it before.

“Don’t experiment with your breakfast,” glasses guy in the photo above advised.

Delicious. After I ate it I wished I was still hungry so I could try something else.

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3 Responses to What I Learned at the Farmer’s Market this Morning

  1. AEJ says:

    We have a crepe place at our farmer’s market, too. They put nutella on them.

    I think you should dedicate certain words or phrases to your sponsors, so we can watch them grow and mature and send us pictures of them through the years. Maybe I could even donate money at some point to put them through college.

  2. Keetha says:

    Don’t experiment with your breakfast.

    I like that.

    We went to the farmer’s market Saturday, too, although the meal offerings ours had was barbecue plates with a Moon Pie for dessert. Not that there’s anything wrong with that but I wouldn’t have turned down a crepe.

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