Pick up a basket full of love
Romance is always in the air at North Park Farmers market! So gather up your partner and dosey doe through the aisles because they're chocked full of aphrodisiacs sure to make your date night a success! Sure, there's the familiar foods that chemically make us more amorous, like oysters and chocolate. But did you know that your gardens are also filled with these beacons of love?. Your first stop should be at Valdivia to pick up some tomatoes. Tomatoes, also known as "love apples", were were banned by the Catholic Church in the 19th century due to concerns about the fruit’s “morality.” We dare you to try to control yourself after biting into the red, juicy, fleshy forbidden fruit!
Next stop on your love journey should be Suzie's farms to pick up some Armenian cucumbers. Researchers have found a link between the smell of cucumbers and sexual arousal. Don't let yourself get too carried away...and be sure to stop by John Gilruth's and pick up an avocado or two. Just by looking at the shape of avocado, you will see the reason why it was associated with sensual creativity. What's that delightful aroma wafting JR Organics? Their fresh bunches of basil are sure to arouse you, and while you're moseying through the stalls, take a taste of Hopkins Ag almonds. These nuts are known throughout the ages to be a symbol of fertility. Finish up your shopping with some delicious cheese from Taste that you can spread softly over a warm baguette from Belen. And don't forget to tempt your beloved with a chocolatey Almond Joy cookie from the Chewy Cookie. Last but not least, get some flowers from Maldonado and you're almost guaranteed to get some tonight!
SD Weekly Markets brings farmers’ markets to the city in San Diego, and people to the table. Each of our San Diego farmers’ markets is geared to the needs and interests of the communities it serves, and each is managed professionally to provide the highest quality farm-fresh produce, meats, fish, eggs, and artisan foods to San Diego farmers’ market shoppers.