Friday, September 26, 2008

Farmer's Market Report is going into hibernation

Hi, y'all! It's been quiet here, huh? Long week, little blogging.

Tomorrow is promising to be a very rainy and nasty day...and we are having a severe gas shortage here in Charlotte, so some of the vendors won't be there anyway. I love my farmer's market, but slim-pickins on a rainy day...just not calling my name. You know what is? My BED! Heh.

So, what about the Farmer's Market Report? Well, it has been a little slim the past couple of weeks (unless I've done lots of inviting around the blogosphere...and that takes me hours of searching and commenting time) which makes me wonder if lots of markets are closing for the season. I think perhaps it is time to put the Report to bed until next spring - it is hibernating!

If you have a great post you were hoping to submit, please feel free to leave a link in the comments. If I get enough of them, I'll go ahead and post the Report for this week and submit those links for you to Mr. Linky.

I do hope you've enjoyed the Farmer's Market Report the past couple of months - I sure have. I promise to bring it back next spring! In the meantime, I hope you'll stick around for more recipes and seasonal cooking ideas.

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Have a lovely weekend, friends!


TwoSquareMeals said...

Our farmer's market doesn't slow down for awhile yet, and we actually have an amazing winter market every other week. So I may keep posting as often as I go. Feel free to link to it if I do. I'll let you know if I post tomorrow.

Caroline Armijo said...

Sorry to hear that your farmer's market is slowing down! Hmmm... I wonder if gas prices kept the market slim more than the weather. Anyway, here is my post about DC's Farmer's Market at 8th & E.

Nan said...

You're on my bloglist, so I'll see whenever you post something new! I may go tomorrow to the FM.

Kerry said...

Caroline - it is too bad the fm is slowing down, but the good news is that the farmers still have plenty of wonderful produce. Our market runs until October and then goes on "winter" hours opening every other week.

Nan - let me know if you made it to your market!

MomCO3 said...

So I'm finally getting back to a Local Eating post and was all set to link... oh well. Our farm doesn't hibernate until January-- we have 3 more weeks after this one of "summer" shares, then Nov-Jan are biweekly "Winter" Shares.
Thanks for your faithfulness to promoting Local Eating!