Georgia State Farmers' Market

| 5/20/2010 4:03:21 PM

Tags: Andrew Odom,, Georgia, Farmer's Market, grow your own food, produce, Vidalia, onions, greens, veggies, vegetables,

A photo of Drew OdomDrew takes you on a trip to one of the largest farmers' markets on the East Coast: the Georgia State Farmers' Market and encourages you to support agriculture in your neck of the woods.

5/22/2010 8:35:15 PM

You guys are great. I mean, I am on a short vacation right now and taking a rare moment to check my email and to see all of your comments and to hear you share your stories with me. I love this community. Thank you for being part of GRIT and

chuck mallory
5/22/2010 2:03:24 PM

What a farmer's market! That's paradise. My problem is, I would buy more produce than I could cook. BTW, hope you're watching the road while you're driving and video-blogging.

nebraska dave
5/21/2010 8:31:09 AM

While living in St. Louis years ago, I came across there farmer’s market which was two square blocks of market. One spot even had haircuts. They had a building in the middle of the market for the butcher and every kind of meat possible could be purchased. There was a portion of the building where aquarium fish were for sale. It was the biggest market I’ve ever seen anywhere. It really looks like you are in your element when cruising the farmer’s markets. It’s about time for the markets here to start cranking up with the farm Spring produce. Most of the vegetables won’t be coming in until the middle of July. Be safe and enjoy your travels.

5/21/2010 8:13:01 AM

Hey! I was just there in September. I used to go eat at Thomas's every week. I grew up in Riverdale, Ga.

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