It was a hot day at the Espanola Farmers Market on Labor Day and in more ways than one. Music to celebrate the completion of the horno, free chile roasting, poetry and baking too.
More customers than usual. More produce. Lots of visiting. It wasn't that long ago when the mud was being mixed for the horno and Labor Day seemed a long way off. . .
During the 2011 Espanola Farmers Market, watch for baking demonstrations!
For many people, the Espanola Farmers Market is an all-family affair.
And as always, the produce is lovingly arranged and waits for its full appreciation.