Monday, March 23, 2015

Suburban Girls Goes To Market, To Market...

...we didn't buy a fat big.
We did buy some pig though:
chops, german sausages...
:(

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It's what you do when you are married to a foodie.
When he is in foodie heaven
you just say,
"I think you should buy it dear."

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Kalamata Olive Bread was Delicious 

This was our first trip to the particular market.
So we had to make the rounds and case it out first.

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I'll Buy My Greek and Italian from Philly, thank-you very much.

There were butchers galore.
Any kind of butcher you'd like.


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German Butcher 

I don't even like German food -
but "I think you should buy it dear."


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Pretty Roots

We met up with family and had lunch together from the various food stands. 

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A Bargain - I'll Pass

It was a morning adventure 
in foodie heaven if you are a foodie
with a lovely wife who says,
"I think you should buy it dear."

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Decisions, Decisions 

Now, if I could just get my foodie to say that to me
when I am shopping.
That would be heaven for me.

Fairground Farmer's Market
2934 N 5th Street Hwy, Reading, PA 1960 




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12 comments:

  1. How fun! Looks like a great place to shop!

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  2. I'm on a crab cake sandwich kick these days. I'm impressed with how many places offer good ones these days. This Farmer's market would be a nice trip on the motorcycle, should Spring every decide to make an appearance.

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  3. Ah, the Fairgrounds Mall Market? You were in my old stomping ground. I was a weekly regular. There is an Italian stand there that sells wonderful cheeses, and the little man who runs it will give you sample, after sample, after sample. I was always full after leaving his stand. BUT..smart guy...I bought pretty much everything I ate, haha. There is also a German stand there that sells potato salad EXACTLY how my grandmom use to make it. It is the ONLY place I've found it prepared to her specifications. I would buy tubs of it whenever we had family get-togethers. Hope you enjoyed yourself :)

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  4. P.S. Salino's is "okay". I'm kicking myself trying to remember the other Italian stand. Anyway, I hope you found it :)

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  5. I like your farmers market better than either one of ours... I would love to be a foodie with your foodie...

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  6. I love places like this with so many unique things to see and buy.

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  7. So many choices - I could foodie there too.

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  8. That bread sounds fabulous! I'm going to have to be on the lookout for it around here!

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  9. What a treat! I love farmers markets!

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  10. Maybe he will get the hint eventually. Start small and work your way up.

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  11. Oh my... a haircut for $10?? I pay five times as much (no bragging)! But then, it keeps its shape for about 4 months:)

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  12. I love this, it's such a great post. It made me smile :-) Yep, it makes complete sense to feature this post on our Pinterest board :-D.
    https://www.pinterest.com/LisaKernerSLP/life-thru-the-lens/

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