Wednesday, May 7, 2008


I scored some of the first fiddleheads of the season from K. Horton's in the Public Market House today. At $5.99 a pound these fresh picked delicacies were quite the bargain. According to Kay, the fiddleheads come from Corinna, ME and the guy who harvests them predicts a longer than usual season (due to the heavy snow pack).

Monument Square was full of farmers today (the official start of the market season). They were selling tons of flowers and tempting seedlings, such as strawberries and tomatoes. This Saturday marks the first day of the farmers' market in Deering Oaks Park, from 7 am-noon.

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