Last weekend I visited the Harvest Market a local farmers style market in Montrose. Just minutes from my new home, I was excited to find out about this weekly event. Which along with fresh locally grown produce, also sells baked goods, crafts, antiques and an interesting array of street food.
Taking up about two blocks of Honolulu street, it is easy to find parking, grab a coffee and stroll the many stalls.
I was impressed with the baked goods from The Village Bakery, I bought a loaf of sour dough bread, that was so soft I did not mind forking over $5 for a loaf.
While I happily waited for my pork tamale to be ready, young Winston was kind enough to let me photograph his chicken version with green sauce. You get a huge serving for just $3.50 and they are very tasty with just enough kick. You can also buy them in quantity to take with you.
And as mentioned above there are even a few antique dealers in the mix. I scored this beautiful vintage magazine from 1933, Delineator which was published by Butterick starting in the late 1800's.
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