Photo by PoPville flickr user Lauren PM
From an email:
Bloomingdale Farmers Market
First and R NW
Spring onions, spinach, mustard greens, asian greens, lettuce, kale, arugula, mesclun, salad greens, beets, sweet Hakurai turnips, herbs, radishes, sugar snaps, collards, rhubarb pie, stawberry-rhubarb pie, mushroom blue cheese quiche, chard and sundried tomato quiche, chicken, pork in all its glory, turkey, eggs, goat, humanely raised veal, sausages, 15 varieties of Keswick grass fed cheeses and yogurt, cookies, croissants, Breton desserts, baguettes, French multi grained breads, hundreds of herbs and vegetable seedlings; 5 kinds of basil, Mexican and Greek Oregano, many thymes, parsleys, sages, rosemary’s, etc. Unusual ly good tomato varieties.
Come by, come see. Rain or Shine. And you can always have a coffee next door at the Big Bear Cafe.
“We do basic maintenance such as patching flat tires, adjust gears and brakes, and fitting/adjusting the bike to the rider. We also give advice on riding in the area, safety, basic repair, and locking up. We are strictly volunteer run, with no shop affiliations, and completely free.”