One of my favorite Saturday morning traditions is visiting the Columbus Farmer’s Market. We love to wander around, pick up a few things to eat for the week ahead, savor some sausage breakfast sandwiches, and sip our coffee and tea. It’s one of those wonderful things that define weekends from weekdays and summer from winter in our family.
I’ve been to at least a dozen different markets around the state over the past few years. It’s an especially fun thing to do when exploring a new town or region of the state.
Seasonal farmer’s markets around Indiana started up again this month (or will next month) and offer a really great opportunity to dig in to Indiana’s bountiful agricultural offerings.
Here are a few tips if a trip to the farmer’s market is new to you:
I’m so excited to start buying fresh produce at the market again that I even started a farmer’s market recipe idea board on Pinterest. And I’m sharing some tips for visiting farmer’s markets with kids here.
Don’t forget to stop by a market while you’re traveling around the state this summer! What is your favorite farmer’s market?
Photo courtesy of the South Bend Farmer’s Market.
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