It is 87 degrees outside, a Knozone Action Day and arguable feeling much hotter as my husband and I roamed the city streets at the Indianapolis Farmers Market at the City Market this afternoon.
I hadn't been to the City Market in about two years, and the one time I'd been, the selection was lacking. I was pleasantly surprised.
The streets were packed, adding to the stuffiness of the summer heat. And tables were swarming with fresh produce and eager shoppers.
Today, we opted to stock up on a few things we're unable to find at our around-the-corner markets. A large box of peaches, which will be chopped and likely frozen for an out-of-season winter treat. Summer squash and zucchini that were at least a foot long, earmarked for a few dishes I swore I'd try (when I actually remembered to buy enough of one or the other.)
The one thing I missed was the wax beans, which were snatched up while making my peach purchase. That is for another week, or at least I hope.