Farmers’ Market to Williams Dining Table

 Aperture ƒ/8  Camera NIKON D5100  Captured 1 June, 2013  Copyright Khürt Williams  Flash yes  Focal length 55mm  ISO 100  Shutter speed 1/100s 

Last week the Montgomery Friends Farmers’ Market returns to its spot in the parking lot of the Village Shopping Centre on Route 206 in Skillman. I dropped my son off at Kickside Martial Arts (he’s a student instructor Tae Kwon Do) and took my camera out. After documenting the opening event I put my camera away and returned to get some of the goodies I saw. I picked up some organic grass fed burgers from Mallery’s Grazin’ Meats, white wine sausages from Griggstown Farm, a bottle of white wine ( Delicado ) from Villa Milagro Vineyards, some fresh organic mozzarella from Fulper Farms, and a loaf of rosemary olive oil bread from Terra Momo Bread Company.

When I bought these items I had no thoughts about dinner. I just wanted to get a bit from each vendor. When dinner time came Bhavna suggested that I grill some sausages for myself and the kids but I wanted burgers. So we decided to grill both.

It was a hot day and I knew I would be sweaty outside with the grill so I put the bottle of wine in the freezer to chill. While the grill warmed up I cut a few slices of tomatoes and some slices of the rosemary olive oil bread. After grilling my meats to the correct temperature I let them sit for a bit. I ate the burger between two slices of the bread and tomato and dill pickles with the sausage. I quenched my thirst with a glass of chilled Delicado.

Delicious! Maybe today I’ll pick up some lettuce and some onions and another bottle of wine. The summer’s here and the Montgomery Friends Farmers’ Market is the place to grocery shop.

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