I arrived around quarter to six, not realizing that the hours had been bumped up, now operating from 3 to 7 pm every Tuesday.
I chatted with a few people and met some new friends. I tasted lots of samples and hugged a few sweaty necks.
The folks at Freeman's Mill were on hand with two kinds of stone-ground grits. After tasting both white and yellow, I chose a bag of yellow grits. The velvety, smooth flavor made me wonder why I didn't already have some at home.
Savannah River Farms entertained me with a humorous story about his visit to a restaurant he supplies in Savannah. I picked up a pound bacon and some bacon pieces.
A few booths down, I spotted some sugar snap peas... they were so sweet I snacked as I shopped, nearly finished them while shopping. I can't wait to steam them and gobble the rest up!
fresh pastas and sauces
glennville strawberry sweetness
mallards on parade;)