Tuesday, August 25, 2009

To market, to market...

Here are some photos that I took of the setup we had for the Suburban Harvest/my jellies booth at the Plymouth farmer's market last Saturday. I had so much fun being there, except that it was unbearably cold. Seriously. We were in a wind tunnel. My hands were super freezing and I had my hood up the whole time. But, Gabe and I had a super awesome time and I met a lot of cool people as well as saw a lot of people I already knew. Most from work.


we put the plants all on the ground; they made a nice display there.

the whole shebang

my jellies!

michigan milled baking mixes.

peaches and nectarines!



I'm excited to go again this week!

12 comments:

Cancha-diction said...

Love the jellies! And the presentation of your products is lovely. :)

Brittany Noel said...

Hey thanks!! They looked way better this week, too :) I'll be posting photos later today.

simplesong said...

Looks fabulous! thanks for sharing!

Brittany Noel said...

No, thank you for looking, Suann!!

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

Very cool!
I was wondering--do you know about Tastespotting.com? People upload and image and description of a recipe and then others browse and then click on a pic and are directed back to the writer's blog...thought you could put some of your jams and jellies on it. :)

Brittany Noel said...

Rebecca! I just went to that site and am officially obsessed. I just opened 23 tabs of recipes... Do you have to disclose the recipe to put food on there? I suppose I can find that out myself. Thanks a ton for telling about this site!

t does wool said...

love the jellies,Brittany...the shots are all wonderful!

Brittany Noel said...

Thanks Theresa!! It's really fun setting up everything. Both weeks so far, I've "edited" the setup at least once during the market.

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@Brittney Noel, I don't think you do. Some people review restaurants meals and definitely don't have a recipe for that. :) I'm glad you like it. It's one of my daily reads.

Brittany Noel said...

Well then, I will put my jams and jellies on there! Thanks again Rebecca :)

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios said...

Awesome! See, this is the stuff I miss when my life hits crazyville. I'm so excited that you're doing this. I haven't done any more jellies but when I do, we need a swap.

Brittany Noel said...

Jelly swap! Yes! These next couple of weeks, before school gets really unbearable, I'm going to try canning some other stuff too. Bruschetta in a Jar is up for tomorrow! Can't wait :)