On the Food Trail: Cake Salé
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Today we braved the brutal Texas heat to visit the downtown farmer’s market. I love that place. So many artists and farmers, proud to stand behind their displays of just-picked produce and handmade kolaches. I was excited about visiting today, because it’s time for my favorite summer vegetable to be ripe and luscious…tomatoes.
Today’s market featured lots of organic produce purveyors, plus artisan cow’s and goat’s milk cheese makers, bakers, tea-makers, soap-makers, and lots of other locals touting their wares.
We stopped to marvel at these beautiful onions, so real and fresh that you wonder what you’ve actually been eating all these years when you thought you were eating onions.
The same farmer had organic eggplant, zucchini, and turnips that piqued our interest.
But we ended up bringing home ripe tomatoes, squash blossoms, baby squash, baby carrots, sage cheddar, and string cheese. Our lunch was a plate of sliced tomatoes sprinkled with a little salt, whole carrots, baguette, and both cheeses.
I love Saturdays.