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Univerisity Farmers Market

Tomatoes

I love the produce at this time of the year. We are just starting to hit the peak. Seattle has a bounty of markets. There seems to be one every day in a different neighborhood. We have one locally but I love the market in the University neighborhood. I picked up dinner - mussels just harvested yesterday smelling fresh of the sound, a warm ripe tomato that I served with the last ball of buffalo mozzarella, loaf of sourdough and sweet apricots. I also picked up some green beans, squash and lettuce for the coming week. Here are pictures of the market.

University Farmers Market

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University Farmers Market

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