The first thing I noticed was that the corn man was gone. He of the Brentwood Corn with the very loud voice you can hear booming the entire day "best corn you've ever tasted or your money back". The space was just empty, no one had taken his place.
The lady I've been buying the wonderful blueberries from was still there but she was now selling apple cider, some apples and pears and frankly the best tasting peaches I've been able to find at the market all summer.
Other than that, same folks there, still selling pretty much the same stuff. I noticed a lot more grapes being sold at stands and obviously, very few raspberries and blackberry's.
I picked up some figs for dessert (served with some honeycombed honey I also bought at the market and fresh ricotta). The heirloom tomatoes are for an Heirloom Tomato and Parmesan Crisp salad. The Yukon Golds along with the red and yellow bells are for my Potato Ho dish. The peanuts? An impulse buy. They looked...well...fresh. I have no idea what to do with them. The flowers, well, I just love fresh flowers in every room in the house, even if it's just a small bunch in each.
I'm looking forward to seeing what next weekends market brings and maybe I'll get just a little bit more adventurous with my purchases.