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Torbay Farmers Market

Today I went to the Torbay Farmers Market with my family to buy vegetables.  It was a beautiful sunny day.  When we got there I saw a farmer with vegetables that were in baskets and plastic bins.  Before we bought the veggies we had some fun.

We went inside and looked around.  Mom and dad sampled the sweet and sour turnip & carrot relish.  They liked it and bought a jar.  I waited until we got home to taste it.  It smelled sour.  I tasted it and it was too, too sour!  I think they put too much vinegar and not enough sugar.  Look at my face it looks sour just like the relish.  I look funny.

While we were still at the market we went and had some lunch.  We ate healthy all week and today I had a treat.  The men had a little food trailer with pizza cones, chips, and candy bars.  It had a microwave and speakers too.  I had a BBQ chicken pizza cone.  It was cool!  The pizza dough was shaped as an ice cream cone.  They stuffed BBQ chicken, cheese and sauce into the cone.  They heated it in the microwave. I found out they put spicy in the sauce, but it was still good.  Here is a picture of me with the pizza cone.  I think I will try to make this myself on my youtube video, but I will not have it spicy.

I also had cupcake on a stick.  It was a mini chocolate cupcake with blue icing and sprinkles and one M&M on top.  It smelled awesome and looked delicious!  I gobbled it up in two bites.  There was no sour in this cupcake so that was good.  It was all sweet. 
Here is me and my brother, Alexander.  He was tired and fussy so he wouldn't smile for the picture. 

Before we left we went back to the farmer and bought kale and I picked out a bunch of beet.  I wonder what we can make with it.  I will talk to my dad to see what I can make with the beet.  I hope he will let me use the stove for the first time. 

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