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November 06, 2012

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Susan

Love those fan tails. Great subject for B/W still life.

diary of a tomato

Great pattern and texture! I've come to greatly appreciate the care and attention farmers bring to making their produce ready for market, especially once we started growing our own!

Sally

Beautiful photo. We now have about 3 inches of snow. I cannot even fathom a farmers' market find....winter has come much too early. But by the weekend, I am hoping that the snow will melt and we will have at least another 2 weeks to shop from the farm trucks.

Cynthia

Anche per me le stagioni ormai sono scandite dall'inizio o la fine dei farmers' market. Il mio (quello principale) in centro a Boston finira' il 20 novembre. Ma abbiamo in programma un mercato permanente che aprira' nel 2014.

Sapresti dirmi se i funghi porcini e il radicchio tardivo di Treviso sono disponibili da voi in California? Come mi mancano, sono una patita del risotto.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Susan!

Agree, diary!

I hope so too, Sally: I am not used to snow. I am bringing the heaviest coat I have.

Ciao Cinzia. I porcini credo che si trovino, anche se onestamente non guardo mai perche' comunque il prezzo e' stratosferico. Per quanto riguarda il radicchio tardivo, non l'ho mai visto, ma dati i luoghi dove faccio la spesa, puo' essermi sfuggito. Il radicchio che trovo di solito e' quello di Verona. Terro' gli occhi aperti e ti faro' sapere con piu' certezza.
P.S. I porcini li trova Wendy, una ragazza che conosco che vive in Colorado: http://zesterdaily.com/agriculture/dirty-side-of-wild-porcini-mushroom-hunting/

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