Farmers Market Finds

two green tomatoes held in hands

Farmers Market Tomatoes

One of our “go to” finds that we cannot resist at farmers markets are tomatoes! We love them in all shapes, colors, and sizes, from large funny shaped heirlooms to multicolored cherry tomatoes. Here are a few fun and interesting facts about tomatoes.

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chelsea picking out peaches

Farmers Market Peaches

Warmer weather is coming and so are the peaches 🍑! We can’t resist juicy peaches in the summertime. If you love peaches too, check out some fun facts about these fuzzy fruits (and their not so fuzzy relatives). 

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hand holding casaba melon

Farmers Market Melons

We love finding all different types of melons at farmers markets. Here are a few melons we’ve found at markets and some fun facts about them.

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orange, yellow, and purple carrots

Farmers Market Root Vegetables

We are huge fans of root vegetables and they are a staple grab for us at the farmers market. Here are fun facts about some of the root vegetables we have discovered at farmers markets across the country (and world)!

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figs in basket at farmers market

Farmers Market Tropical Fruits

When visiting farmers markets across the country (and world) we love finding fruits that we don’t often see back in our home state of Tennessee. Tropical fruits are among our favorite to find. Here are a few fun facts about some of the tropical fruits we have discovered.

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chris and chelsea in front of lexington farmers market holding sunflower

Happy New Year

Happy New Year from DLSH! 🎉 We wish you a year of health, happiness, and all the farmers market finds your heart desires!

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broccoli in basket at market

Farmers Market Cruciferous Vegetables

 The Cruciferous vegetable family (also known as the cabbage family or the mustard family) is home to some of our favorite vegetables, including cauliflower, broccoli, and bok choy to name a few. Here are a few fun facts about veggies in this yummy family.

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small cream, brown, and pink oyster mushrooms in basket

Farmers Market Mushrooms

One of the many things we love about farmers markets is learning from the farmers we meet (or in this case, foragers). Who better to educate us than those who grow the food we eat?! Here are some fun facts about our favorite types of mushrooms we have learned from farmers market foragers.

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