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One of the things I have liked most since I have been living in Germany are the local markets. I support the local markets, where fresh, organic products are sold and where you can enjoy a very pleasant time with your family.
Grab a bunch of lemons on your next trip to the Farmers Market so you can make the perfect summer cordial—limoncello. Plan ahead because it takes at least a month to make! You just need lemons, vodka, sugar, water and time.
Frankfurt has a long tradition of selling fresh products on the streets. There have been farmers' markets in Frankfurt since the 12th century. The illustration shows six of the overall 20 farmers' markets, which exist in the city of Frankfurt nowadays. Each district has its own one an a particular day of the week from Tuesday to Saturday.
Farmer's markets are an essential part of supporting local businesses, as well as the hub of community spirit. Whilst there is an abundance of local produce to buy including vegetables, cheese, bread, and preserves, the atmosphere is often just as exciting. Also, being from Yorkshire, you can't have a farmer's market without rhubarb!
Going to the Farmers Market is one of my families favorite things to do on a Thursday night in Elk River,Mn. This year the market will look a little different but we will still be able to pick up the fresh produce and bring it home to share with my family.
every Saturday there is a farmers organic market and I always go to the market with my cargo bike and my dog to shop. i love the mood on the market, the people are laughing, everyone is relaxed and the variety and variety of vegetables and fruits makes me happy.