Saturday, September 26, 2015

Food extravaganza in Nagold!

As I woke up this morning, I said to Bill, "You know, I think we should go to the market in Nagold this morning."

"Do you think they're still going now?" he asked.

"Yeah.  Why not?"  I responded.

Bill was game, so we went this morning and were rewarded with a large haul of delicious fresh food. Have a look!


The tower at 9:00am...

We were immediately attracted to the first fruit and vegetable stand we encountered.  Bill got us some strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.  He didn't see the blackberries until he'd already paid.  Bill loves blackberries.  I could take 'em or leave 'em.


Pretty flowers.  I amused myself by watching the fountain.  For once, no kids were playing in it.


Plums!  I love how beautiful everything looks.


Bill checks out the beans.  I think he got some of those, along with peppers.


I had to ask what the green stuff is.  I think it's a mix of broccoli and cauliflower.


Who could resist?  Not us.


Another shot of the fountain.

We tore ourselves away from the fruits and vegetables and made our way down the street.  I couldn't help but notice the heavenly scent of salami.  A very well stocked metzgerei was doing a brisk business nearby.  Bill and I determined we needed to pick up some wurst, but only after we checked out the rest of the market.  

I spotted a stand where a young man was selling deer salami and sausages.  Bill loves venison products.  I don't like deer meat, but I like to encourage Bill to treat himself.  I think the young guy was getting a kick out of us, especially when I said "You know you want to." to Bill.  The same guy was also apparently a beekeeper, so we bought some honey as well.  The French honey we bought last year is almost done.


Next stop was the fish market... we picked up a couple of whole trouts and a salmon filet.

Bill went to town at a cheese stand, even as a rather impatient older lady kept pushing in front of him.    The lady doing the selling was laughing as Bill shuffled awkwardly to the left and ordered more cheese.  Wish we'd picked up some butter, too, not that I need to be eating it.


Pretty flowers.

We made our way back to the metzgerei with the heavenly cold cuts.  Bill bought a nice selection of three sliced meats.  Lunch should be good today.


Good stuff!




We finished with a stop at the bakery, where we got some brotchen and a few Berliners-- German jelly doughnuts!  Yum!


My first Berliner.  Believe it or not, I never had one here in Germany before this morning.  I usually talk myself out of them.  It was worth the wait!

God, I love living in Germany.  We need to hit the market more often.

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