Southern Cast Iron

A DAY AT THE MARKET

Kate Wood

WHAT ARE YOU MOST EXCITED TO BUY AT THE FARMERS’ MARKET THIS SEASON AND WHY?

Every year I look forward to getting my hands on figs. The figs here in the South are incredibly juicy and sweet when they’re plucked at the perfect time. I scrounge up as many as I can and preserve those flavors all year long in homemade jams.

WHAT IS YOUR FARMERS’ MARKET SHOPPING STYLE?

Although I never go

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