Well, with a short season our farmers market is just getting started -- and prices are steep here since they raised the booth rate so high with a move downtown several years ago. Couldn't bring myself to pay $4 for a head of cabbage and tomatoes (grown in a greenhouse or they wouldn't be ripe yet) were $5 a pound so I passed on them, as well. Bought a very small bunch of fresh carrots for $3.50 -- OUCH! But that will probably be our splurge on local carrots for the year, unless I can get a deal in a neighboring city. Couldn't resist a bag of small onions -- mixed red and yellow. They'll be REALLY strong with all the sulfur we've got in our soil here, but still they are fresh... $5 for 5 pounds. Another booth had two teeny, tiny little zucchini for $1, paid $3.50 for a pound of snow peas and bought a couple larger red onions with tops still attached for $1 each. They tossed in a small handful of basil for free. Think the best deal of the day was the fresh squeezed huckleberry lemonade! It was HOT today.