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Dallas Farmers Market

2010 August 15
by Mrs. FoodieLawyer

The Dallas Farmers Market is an incredible outdoor market, with dozens of different stalls of local farmers selling their amazingly beautiful fruits and vegetables.  We made a trip to the Farmer’s Market a few weeks ago and ended up with two huge bags of fresh fruits and vegetables for very little money.

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  1. Paula permalink
    August 16, 2010

    I used to go there all the time but haven’t been in forever. I need to go back. They always have such great stuff and your pictures make it look so YUMMY!!

    • August 16, 2010

      It’s definitely worth a trip if you haven’t been in a while – they have re-done the indoor part and it’s really nice. The produce is as amazing as always!

  2. Janiece permalink
    August 18, 2010

    I’m interested in the smoothie recipe please. I’ve made them before, even have a smoothie machine, but I’m sure your recipe is better than the one I’ve used! Thank you! Love the website!

    • August 18, 2010

      Thanks Janiece! The smoothie recipe is from Alton Brown at Food Network http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/buff-smoothie-recipe/index.html. We love it and have one almost every day. We use almond milk instead of soy and usually use grape/pomegranate juice. We also use fresh banana instead of frozen. In addition to the frozen fruits listed in the recipe, we have used raspberries, pineapple, mango and mixed berry. Basically, we always use the milk, juice and banana, but we vary the other fruit. But it’s best not to use too many *seedy* fruits in one batch because the tiny seeds don’t always blend really well. For example, if you’re using strawberries, don’t also use raspberries. One of the best things about the recipe is that putting together the ingredients the night before means you can have your breakfast ready in about 3 minutes in the morning! Let us know how you like them!

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