Salad Day 4 – Leftovers

All I can say is thank goodness for leftovers! Arugula and roasted vegetable salad again tonight.

Market Days!

A few of my favourite images….

Dried fruit at the Haagse Markt
Dried fruit at the Haagse Markt
Boqueria Market Barcelona
Boqueria Market Barcelona
St. Josep La Boqueria
St. Josep La Boqueria
The Dutch do love their potatoes!
The Dutch do love their potatoes!
Olives Galore
Olives Galore
The biggest open air market in Europe is supposedly in the Hague.
The biggest open air market in Europe is supposedly in the Hague.
10 kiwi for one euro fifty. Not bad.
10 kiwi for one euro fifty. Not bad.
1963: Seija (Curly) Hanada of Riverton washes scallions for sale at the Market. Seattle Times File 1963
1963: Seija (Curly) Hanada of Riverton washes scallions for sale at the Market. Seattle Times File 1963
1980: Fishmonger Sol Amon said king salmon were the most flavourful. Seattle Times File 1980.
1980: Fishmonger Sol Amon said king salmon were the most flavourful. Seattle Times File 1980.
1960: Domingo V. Constantine loudly hawked his produce while smoking cigars (12 per day). Constantine had been selling at the Market since 1929. Seattle Times File 1960.
1960: Domingo V. Constantine loudly hawked his produce while smoking cigars (12 per day). Constantine had been selling at the Market since 1929. Seattle Times File 1960.
Byward Market Square in 1954. No wonder people started shopping at the suburban supermarkets - look at all that congestion!
Byward Market Square in 1954. No wonder people started shopping at the suburban supermarkets – look at all that congestion!

 

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