Plants. The carrots are plentiful and particularly fresh-tasting. Few designs on those fall squashes starting to pile up, given that the baby-food production line is mothballed this time around.
More plants. Nothing particularly unusual, except for that head of cauliflower’s unusual deliciousness when roasted whole.
In related news, we also steamed up some young soy, fresh off the plant. Tasty, healthy, and pretty cheap once the farmer defers the cost of removing the pods from the stalks to the consumer. And, they garner a few funny glances on the return trip on market morning.