Probably the best day I had on our spring trip to the Netherlands was our visit to a farmer’s market in Arnhem.
I was delighted to catch the new documentary, FRESH, by Ana Sophia Joanes at the Newport Beach film festival last month. FRESH is a movie about modern food production and supply, how messed up it is, the ramifications of industrial agriculture, and what we need to do to fix it.
We are so lucky to live in Los Angeles and be able to eat fresh oysters for breakfast at the farmer’s market.
Every Saturday morning, Kate and I go to the Santa Monica Farmer’s Market and eat oysters for breakfast. This is a photo of her last weekend. She looks cranky but it’s really impatience. You can see the pile of shells on her lap, and she’s pointing and saying, “More!”
Kate is only 18 months old now and she’s already attracting interest from suitors.
This morning, few of us Los Angeles WAPF moms were lucky enough to get a tour of the Santa Monica Farmer’s Market from Victoria (on left). Victoria is our local Westside Los Angeles WAPF chapter leader. She knows the market like the back of her hand, and greets all the organic farmers by name.