Wednesday, November 23, 2011
If you’ve been following this blog, you know that I speak frequently and enthusiastically about farmers’ markets. Yesterday’s post was lamenting the end of the season and reflecting on how grateful I am to have the opportunity to shop at Boston’s many markets. I really do feel quite fortunate, and visiting the Copley Square market is a true high point of my week.
I know some of my readers are local to Greater Boston while others live in different states and countries. Here’s a link to a video of me at the Copley Square farmers’ market in connection with my fall class “From Farm to Fork: Why What You Eat Matters.” Check out the video – it’s less than three minutes – to learn a bit more why shopping there is so important to me. From wherever is home, you’ll get to take in the beautiful scene and brilliant produce on a sunny autumn day in Boston.
In that same spirit, I’m also posting below a few photos I’ve taken in the past month. What glorious and abundant bounty! On that note, I wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving, with all its delectable trimmings and no doubt varied personalities gathered around the table. (Does it look like this?) Thank you for reading!