I spent part of the morning at the Downtown Topeka Farmer’s Market this morning. It is still a little early in the growing season but there were still a lot of wonderful fruits and veggies to choose from. There were a few food trucks (shout out to Noble House and Grandma Wock’s!) and several vendors selling baked goods, jams, honey, eggs, fresh kettle corn, morel mushrooms and much more. Next time I’m going to linger a bit longer as their was a trio of string musicians setting up as I left. It would have been nice to linger with a drink and listen to them.

I focused mostly on the fruit and veggie vendors. Next time I’m going to pay a little more attention to the bakers and crafters, too. (Did I mention there was yarn and spinning fiber? 🙂 )

Radishes and Collards at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Radishes and Collards from the Downtown Topeka Farmer’s Market

Squash and potatoes at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Squash and potatoes

Swiss chard at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Swiss chard

Collard greens and pea shoots at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Collard greens and pea shoots

Armadillo sculpture at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Armadillo sculpture

Grandma Wock's at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Grandma Wock’s. Her bierocks (and just about anything else she serves up!) are wonderful.

Noble House Hawaiian food truck at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Noble House Hawaiian food truck. I’ve had their Kalua pork and cabbage. Very good! Next time I’m all about the Loco Moco.

Leonard Meat & Produce at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Leonard Meat & Produce

Beets at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Beets

Kohlrabi, carrots and beets at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Kohlrabi, carrots and beets. Seriously, those are the cutest little stubby carrots ever.

Rhubarb and green onions at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Rhubarb and green onions

Planters and hanging baskets at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Planters and hanging baskets

Tomatoes and asparagus at Downtown Topeka Farmer's Market

Tomatoes and asparagus

Downtown Topeka Farmer’s Market
Open Every Saturday April – November
7:30AM Until noon
Location:12th and Harrison, South of the Judicial Building
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