The market really felt like fall yesterday, with summer abundance still intact but the sense of cold weather beginning to close in. What was for offer?
Fava or cranberry beans, chives, dill, mushrooms and peppers from one vendor; mushrooms, rose hips, kalina and ribena (all both fresh and dried).
Squash, beans, garlic and shallots; and popcorn on the cob, which my friend Gwen remembered from growing up in the Midwest.
One vendor had at least four different kinds of fresh mushrooms, while another had a duck or goose for sale. And of course, many vendors with staples for the long Ukrainian winter: potatoes, beets, cabbage, onions, carrots and other root vegetables.
And just in case borscht doesn't keep you warm enough, here's Gwen with the babushka selling beautifully hand-knitted socks.