Hubby’s Tennis Team went to District Championships this year (again, yay!). Their schedule was a lot better than last year’s schedule which meant there was time for a farmers market trip in Historic Folsom.
The market is held every Saturday 8-1PM, and there’s a parking structure for easy and ample parking.
The market is a good size, maybe 30-40 vendors and they had a nice mix of fresh produce, ready to eat foods, handmade items, and services like knife sharpening and chair massage.
I wanted to get all the produce, but since we were traveling I just admired all the yummies. I mean, look at these luscious tomatoes!
Hubby opted for a post-tennis match chair massage and, since it was 100 plus outside, I opted for a java chip popsicle from Tahoe Pops. Yezz.
For food, there was a vegan food truck, Filipino food stand, lemonade, tamales, and coffee. I picked up a chicken tamal and a chile relleno tamal, plus a 24oz iced chai. Yezz, again. Gotta keep cool in the heat.
For handmade goodies there were wooden toys, tie dyed goods, clothing, jewelry, soap, and my favorite – baskets! I totally snagged a new basket from Prisco Clothing, handmade by the vendor’s mom! Plus I got soap because I can’t resist goat milk oatmeal soap.
Do you farmer’s market on vacay? Share your favorites. Here’s another: Tokyo Farmers Market.