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Chicago's Green City Market!

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    On the way to dinner the other night in Chicago, we passed a sign for this wonderful farmers market! Of course I begged my husband to bring me back early in the morning so that I could bring you some wonderful pictures! This is such a fun market because it's in the middle of Lincoln Park, yet there are huge highrises all around! Everyone seemed so relaxed and happy to be there, and the market was a steady beehive of activity! There were kids, dogs and amazing steel drum music everywhere, a serious midweek festival! I just love to find elements of the country in the city and everyday more markets are springing up everywhere! It's such a great way to shop for your food, supporting local organic growers and creating a wonderful community experience!

The La Jolla Farmers Market!

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    The La Jolla Farmers Market is really fun! Held every Sunday morning at The La Jolla Elementary School, it's a feast for all of the senses. It's magical watching the children run around the playground while you're feasting on crepes with your family, and then leisurely strolling around in search of the most beautiful flowers and the freshest herbs and vegetables!