Pumpkin Bread From The Farmers

Pumpkin Bread

Freshly made City Market pumpkin bread.

I just love going to the City Market on Saturday mornings.  If I don’t get anything else, I’m definitely coming home with a loaf of pumpkin bread.

Those lovely Amish farmers make it fresh for me every Saturday morning and I just love them for it.

As you can tell by the pictures, I devoured the entire loaf in a matter of minutes.  I put it on the computer desk for the obvious reason of multitasking—to eat and work on the computer at the same time.

But for some reason I just couldn’t quite get that last bite down.  I had to wait a while on that one.

So, if you have nothing else to do today, get yourself a freshly made loaf of pumpkin bread from the farmers at the market on Saturday mornings.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  Nothing wrong with eating an entire loaf of pumpkin bread for yourself every once in a while.

21 thoughts on “Pumpkin Bread From The Farmers

  1. I’m not big on pumpkin myself… but have eaten an entire cranberry loaf. Amazingly I still wear 29 waist jeans at 50+! Thanks for admitting to such seasonal gluttony. I don’t have to hide in shame thinking I’m the only person who does it.

    1. Man, no! No need to hide from it. I’m the biggest food face there is. Welcome to my world and thanks for joining me! 🙂 Good job eating that cranberry loaf.

  2. Yep, I’m going to have to keep coming back to your blog if you advocate for things like eating an entire loaf of bread in a single sitting. Where have you been all my life.

  3. Nice to meet you, Cita. I lived in NJ for a few years, and one of my favorite things about the area was visiting Amish markets for the freshest food. You are so lucky to get that every Saturday! <3

  4. This looks very tasty, I like in a city with a population about 750 thousand and the only farmers markets we have sell a few veggies and that’s it. I don’t do baking so I will use my imagination 🙂

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