Friday, March 6, 2009

Dutton's Market


This little market on Route 30, about a ten minute drive north of Brattleboro, offers fruit and vegetables grown a few miles away on their farm, pies, cookies, and tarts baked in their kitchen, slices of sharp cheddar cheese cut from a big wheel, maple syrup and various kinds of honey and jam.

8 comments:

roentarre said...

These grocery looks profound somehow

Great image

cieldequimper said...

I've just come straight from Scottsdale AZ where I was saying that Julia had made my mouth water... And you've gone and made it worse!! ;-)) Great shot!

Greensboro Daily said...

Apples and Vermont just go together! Great shot of produce. This photographer blogs produce every Thursday:

http://rickleephoto.blogspot.com/

We blogged glass pears last Sunday-- not nearly as appetizing as yours!

istanbuldailyphoto said...

It seems the market. I think organic fruits and vegetables.

Nancy said...

I think it's the thing to do; supporting local farmers.

Afyonkarahisar said...

Hey, great catch for a moment did. I hope they are natural foods. Still possible to find natural food for us here.

brattcat said...

Thank you roentarre... Do you know how nice it is to wake up in the morning and read that someone thinks your photograph is profound somehow? Well...actually maybe you do! Thanks(-:
cieldequimper... sorry to make you hungry. Visiting certain CDPBs has that effect on me too.
greensboro daily...thank you for your visits. I'm not quite savvy enough to leave comments at your site but I do visit and enjoy it. I saw those glass pears a few days ago and loved them.
istanbuldailyphoto, afyonkarahisar and nancy...yes, if we don't support our local farmers we will all suffer in the end.

slim said...

I really like this . . . save me a wedge of extra sharp please.