September's Sunlit Market

Last week at the Lexington Farmers Market saw the end of the Autumn Star peaches at Boyd Orchards and the Ambrosia sweet corn at Briary Creek Farm. I took the news badly, even while knowing it does no good to rail against the changing seasons. In fact, even while championing the notion of seasonal eating. It was just that momentary sting - and now I'm good to go. It helped that the sturdy, longer-keeping foods now coming into season looked so beautiful in the early fall sunlight at this morning's market. In fact, the sunlit scene called for a two-minute video slideshow, a fall companion for the 2010 spring market opening slideshow, and sister to the slideshow celebrating all that can be found under the new Pavilion, and the 72-second video about rainy day shopping at the Pavilion.

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The world is coming to visit central Kentucky this year for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. To help our visitors know more about Kentucky's food and food ways, Savoring Kentucky is rolling out 116 Savory Kentucky Bites, one for each of the 100 days before WEG begins, and 16 for the days during WEG, September 25 - October 10. Today's Savory Bite is number  94.

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