Farmers Market Update: Foodzie

by | Feb 6, 2011

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Even though SF residents will suffer through a freezing June, July and August, there’s no denying the sweetness of a surprise summer day in February. This weekend’s weather was amazing, which makes it that much sadder that I wasn’t able to make it to the farmers market.

organic brussel sprouts - Swanton Berry Farm

Unfortunately a veterinary emergency kept me from visiting the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market this weekend, but thankfully friend and fellow foodie Emily Olson from Foodzie volunteered to step in. Not only did she bring me a bounty of fruits and vegetables, she also provided all the pictures for this week.

Carrots - Marin Roots Farm

Thanks Emily!

Spinach - Heirloom Organics

Meyer Lemons - K & J Orchards

Cardoons - Knoll Farms

Guavas - Brokaw Farm

Pimientos de Padron - Happy Quail Farms

California Navel Oranges - Olsen Farms

Green Garlic - Knoll Farms

Kiwis - Four Sisters Farm

Zutano Avocado - Olsen Farms

Broccoli di Ciccio - Chue's Farm Fresh Vegetables

Thompson Raisins - Hidden Star Orchards

Mustard Rapini - Knoll Farms

Is it springtime yet?

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7 Responses to “Farmers Market Update: Foodzie”

  1. Wow. You have that in February. I’m so jealous–in NYC the farmers’ markets don’t have most of that stuff, ever. Sigh.

  2. Mary says:

    Yammy! Can’t wait for summer so I can go to the farmers market for all the fresh produce. Wish we had one all year long-Great pictures!

  3. Anthony Perez says:

    Wow love the blog so far! Really really miss those pimientos de padron! Wish the food markets and foodzie were like this in the uk! Great photos this week, cant wait to see what food summer brings 😉

  4. Mo says:

    Please tell me that Toaster is ok . . . vet emergencies are so stressful – on the puppy and on you. Beautiful photos – but the “vet emergency” thing takes priority in my brain.

    Take care,

    Mo

  5. I hope the Toaster pup is OK!!!

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