a delicious loop around

a delicious loop around

***(Continued from can you believe i didn’t get the nutella one…)

After our Bradbury’s crepes, we continued up the hill to the packed Capital Square of Madison and made out way through the crowd. There were all kinds of fruits, veggies, flowers and baked goods to be bought. My favorite; Fresh corn:

Fresh sweet corn: Madison Farmer's Market

…pretty flowers making me wish I had my own cute little apartment, so I could buy them and have them on my cute little dreamed of balcony table:

Fresh flowers: Madison Farmer's Market

Fresh flowers: Madison Farmer's Market

…cherries at their peak of perfection:

Fresh cherries: Madison Farmer's Market

…and of course we had to do a repeat visit to get the Stella’s fresh, warm, spicy cheese bread:

Stella's spicy cheese bread

(The only way to do it is buy, take a seat on the Capital steps, tear, and eat as the cheese oozes out. Mmmm…)

Stella's spicy cheese bread

The Gord Man was having fun freaking the kids out:

The Gord Man: Madison Farmer's Market

…and I couldn’t resist one of the huge cinnamon buns at one of the bakery tents:

Cinnamon bun at Madison Farmer's Market

Cinnamon bun at Madison Farmer's Market

I ate the whole thing. Yes, alone and did not feel very good after. The portion size could’ve fed 6 people, but it was so good I kept eating and eating! Lets just say my run later that afternoon was shorter than usual and a bit painful. What can I say?- I get excited when there are delectable treats around. I’m an easy sell on sugar, and clearly I was trying to make up for not getting that Nutella crepe. (Laughing at myself as I type this.)

Wouldn’t it be great if every town could have a Saturday market as large and as accessible as the one in Madison? I’m already looking forward to my promised annual visit back to my friends there next summer!

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