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Tag Archives: lyndale farmers’ market
Champagne Wishes Rose – A Bit of Bubbly = National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day October 21, 2021
Autumn finds this delicate Champagne Wishes Rose a sweet reminder of August and Summer as the temperatures dip lower. T Continue reading
Return To The Farmers Market = Herbs and Beets – Recipe for Banana Date Nut Bread with Cocoa
The Lyndale Farmers’ Market opened in the End of April. My friends went then. My hesitation to attend at that time Continue reading
Creuset Pan = Gone But Not Forgotten – Now How Do I Boil A Whole Chicken?
There are smaller pans in my cupboard but nothing will replace my big Creuset Dutch Oven Pan. Yes, I had to give it up due to wear and tear. It was chipped on the inside. That’s not good. The Creuset … Continue reading
Farmers Market Day = Lyndale Farmers’ Market Day – Sunday
A morning at the Lyndale Farmers’ Market. Sunday sites, sounds and delicious smells from the food booths there is something for everyone! Meet me at the Giant Chicken. Continue reading
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Minneapolis Farmers’ Market ~ Good Morning!
There are many venders with garden veggies under the covered halls of the Minneapolis Farmer’s Market. The plant sellers have moved on for the most part. Continue reading
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