Local vegetable harvest bountiful this year

Sirjane's display is heavy on robust vegetables like garlic, onions, beets, leeks, carrots, crisp broccoli, hard to find kohlrabi and large green globes of cabbage. There are bags of spicy greens, containers of homemade pesto, and fresh herbs. And for the adventurous there is Korean kimchi made of fermented cabbage and root vegetables that adds kick to any meal.

Sirjane praises this year's consistently good weather for his farm's success as well as the good weekly turnout at the farmers market. "It's been a great season and we hope to be back next year."

Ludlow Farmers Market runs every Friday, 4-7 p.m., through Columbus Day weekend. Look for the colorful awnings and happy shoppers on the shady green on Route 103 south of Ludlow.

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