Saturday, March 24, 2012

Kansas City River Market













3 comments:

sue hanes said...

XO - I love these pictures. Especially of the fresh fruits and vegetables.

I used to play the flute in high school. Never liked it.

And there's nothing like morels(sp)
mushrooms. People where I came from used to go hunt them and they were so good panfried. A Real delicacy.

Thanks - XO.

I Travel for JOOLS said...

Beautiful. I love these markets. And you reminded me that this may be a good time to go mushroom hunting but I wonder if it's been warm enough. Time for a little walk.

Aquarians Love To Cuddle said...

Red Seedless Grapes for $2.00 a pound?
Assuming those grapes are from Chile - like the grapes we have up here at the moment for $2.67 per pound - I can't help but think how much cheaper they would be for us 'Nord Americanos' now if the CIA would have replaced Pinochet with an equally rape-friendly strongman instead of letting it get all democratic and shit.

I've always wondered why local produce costs so much when bananas, which come all the way from the tropics, are dirt cheap - all year long!
Economics is nothin' but a funny, funny riddle!