Warm weather brought in a record early Massachusetts sweet corn crop this season. By now, even some of the later, traditional varieties are appearing at nearly every farm stand.
Rainbow carrots from Atlas Farm.
Here's one more way that ethnic foods are making their way into farmers' markets. Callaloo was originally grown at the request of Atlas Farm's Jamaican workers, and has become a popular green at the market.
Babaganoush and Metch
From Seta's Mediterranean Foods, rolled with romaine lettuce and Cherokee purple tomatoes from Atlas Farm.
Eggplant and Onions
Fairytale eggplants and Ailsa Craig onions from Siena Farms.
From Siena Farms
"Foraged in the woods of Petersham, Massachusetts" were sold at the Siena Farms stand.
Squash blossoms are a mid-season treat from Siena Farms.