Welcome to the Feast

Farmers’ Market Week has arrived–and delicous posts are already beginning to trickle into our LOVING LOCAL blogathon!
I’ll list the blogs as I learn about them each day. And of course links will also be archived on our Loving Local blog.
Remember, the blogathon raises funds for Mass Farmers Markets, a charitable non-profit organization that helps farmers markets across the Bay State. To donate, please click here.
And now (drum roll, please!)………  TODAY’S POSTS!
Helen of Beyond Salmon began the blogathon with her chilled tomato yogurt soup. (Actually, Helen posted early because she is due to have a baby this week. Talk about locally grown!)
Sheila of Pen and Plow Farm ruminates on high-fructose corn syrup, farmers markets, home gardens, and soup kitchens.
Bargain Becky provides a virtual tour of the Weymouth Farmers Market. (She really does love local–and she loves saving money, too!)
Pure Wellness Amy provides a look forward to her posts about farmers markets this week–AND later a look at the goodies she and young Peter found at a Worcester farmers market.
Kate of Village Veggies leads readers through the process of making Down and Dirty Tomato Sauce from her garden haul.

For something completely different Peter at New England Folklore tells a creepy tale about a New England barn in August 1928.

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5 Responses to “Welcome to the Feast”

  1. Hannah says:

    Thanks for posting these! Can’t wait for the next installment!

  2. tinkyweisblat says:

    Neither can I, Hannah. This is fun!

  3. Can’t wait to make my way through all the posts. Thanks for the list, Tinky!

  4. tinkyweisblat says:

    I hope we don’t exhaust you and the other readers, Abigail–so many riches! You don’t have to read them all in one day or one week!

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