Wednesday, March 24, 2010

the cost of peppers

$2 a bag.

$ 2 a head.

$6 a box (obvious I know)

. . .a little pepper barn that trusts you'll leave money when you leave . .

Priceless.

All for now. . .


16 comments:

  1. Wish that stand was near to me!!!!

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  2. Brings back memories of living in central Wisconsin and seeing the same thing. Would love to see that here in NC near where I live. We have a large farmers market where stuff is brought from all over NC by the farmers that grow the crops, but it is not nearly as sweet a deal as you have on your post for today...Yummy...

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  3. Mmmmm looks like time for a stir fry and salad to me!

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  4. Those are some great prices!! Love the little stand...

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  5. A big bag of peppers for $2..awesome!
    In summer we have a place that sells corn like that..there is corn in a big cart, you help yourself and leave the money in a little birdhouse close by..
    Word verification is plate..could you please pass me a plate of peppers??

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  6. I love those little self-service produce stands! I stopped at one frequently when we lived in Texas. Wish I could find one around here.

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  7. I love that same stand! Just down the road from me..they have great great produce and such a nice farm for the kids to visit.

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  8. Oh my word...I paid $6 for two peppers the other day....that stand is sweet!

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  9. Bring on the salsa! The season is here...love the little store front. When peppers are in season I chop and freeze. Looks like you found a good deal! Kathy (MGCC)

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  10. when i head north i drive by a honey stand that is self serve. i love these things!

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  11. The peppers are ready for harvest in BC? Did they grow in a "hot" house perhaps?

    Had to say it....hot peppers...oh never mind.

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  12. I love those markets. It's so good that we can still trust the majority to drop their coins in those welded metal boxes.
    Great Prices for Great People.

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  13. I just paid $3.99 a pound for Yellow, red and orange peppers in South Central PA. Green peppers are $1.99 a pound ... stock up Lovella!

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  14. Omigosh! Wish that little stand were somewhere near me. The price of peppers here is more like $6 for three. Blessed you!

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  15. I can hardly wait until our local self-serve pepper stand opens. I do NOT love the supermarket prices! Peppers are a staple in my fridge...gotta have them (whatever the cost!).

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  16. Hmmm, I haven't been to this one... yet!

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Thank you!