Tuesday, August 19, 2008

To The Market I Go

These are the sights I see when I go to the Woodlawn Farmer's market on Saturdays.

Once I hit Dorchester I pass by Apostolic Church. The flowers in the parking medians are just the living end.

As I keep on heading north on Dorchester, around 62nd Street, I was struck by how nice the lawn looked at this house.

So I keep on walking north until I hit 61st Street and the sign welcoming me to the Woodlawn Farmer's Market.

Yeah we don't have alot of booths---yet. Hope springs eternal for next year though.

Crepes in Woodlawn? Who knew?

Tomato Mountain Farms organic Habanero Salsa. If you like hot, I strongly suggest you pick up a jar. It's fire.

Bleeding Heart Bakery. I love them. Their Goat Cheese and Basil croissants are the shit. I wish they would come to the market every week.

Hopefully our little market will be teeming with vendors in '09. Woodlawn needs more fruits, vegetables and flowers too.


Darius T. Williams said...

I passed by Apostolic today - well, on my way to the gym. But um, why did I know nothing about this? I have a food blog - www.everydaycookin.blogspot.com and this would be perfect for the food blog.

Urban Domestic Goddess said...

Great blog! I saw the link to you on Hyde Park Progress. Have you been to the Bronzeville Market (44th and Cottage Grove) on Sundays yet? It's a little bigger than the Woodlawn market, and there are more produce booths. There are also 2 booths selling cooked food. It's my new Sunday brunch spot.