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August 10, 2008 / Bo Mackison

Farmers’ Market Lunch

Cow Cookies from Wisconsin

Cow Cookies from Wisconsin

Dane County Farmers’ Market was in full swing this morning. I came home with vine-ripened tomatoes, corn on the cob picked at dawn this morning, green and yellow and red peppers, eight different varietals of garlic, pumpkin bread, cheese bread, ostrich burgers, and a huge bouquet of lilies and calendula. But the highlight was the purchase of pumpkin blossoms. We dipped them in egg and seasoned flour, then fried them. To round out lunch, we had grilled cheese and tomato sandwiches followed by fresh peaches.

Summer eating at its best. I’m saving my dessert-half a cow cookie-for later.

7 Comments

  1. Preston Surface / Aug 9 2008 2:32 pm

    Now I am really hungry after reading of your feast. The cookies look great. I love fried okra and egg plant.

  2. HeyJules / Aug 10 2008 10:14 am

    Mmm, Mmm, good! Or should that be moo, moo, good?!

  3. Marcie / Aug 10 2008 11:13 am

    The cow cookies are great!!! Sounds like a wonderful Farmer’s Market.

  4. ybonesy / Aug 10 2008 11:46 am

    Ostrich burgers!?

    The cow cookies are the cutest. This place sounds heavenly.

  5. Anna Surface / Aug 11 2008 6:41 am

    Yum! Sounds wonderful! I really like those cow cookies! 🙂

  6. Nicole / Aug 11 2008 7:58 am

    They are cool – I’m sure those cookies are yummie!
    And that Lunch – you just made me very very hungry!

  7. Gandalf / Aug 13 2008 8:52 am

    Cow cookies and Ostrich Burgers. Something seems out of place here. Aren’t burgers made of cow?

    Neat photo.

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