Going to the Farmer’s Market on Saturday in Delft is one of my favorite things do to. Nowadays I am very busy so I do not get the chance to go that often, which makes going to the market even more of a treat. In this post I want to give you a photo impression of the Farmer’s Market in Delft.
Chris and I love to go to the market around lunch and have ourselves some kibbeling, a Dutch fried cod specialty. Now I know I just said in my #personal post that I was going to eat healthier. And I am. But, I believe in everything (or at least most things) in moderation. A ratio of 80% healthy and 20% indulging would be perfect. Currently I am nowhere near here. I’d like to say that it is a work in progress! And a day out to the Farmers Market (something we do at most once a month) falls in the ‘20%’ category. Too much yummy food haha!
I also like to stock up on fruit when we are at the market. You can get really cheap and fresh fruit here. Be aware though: if you buy fruit that is really cheap, it is most likely also really ripe. I personally like buying ripe fruit: it gives me an excuse to eat as much of it as I want, because ‘otherwise it will go bad’ haha!
You got to have desert when you go to the Farmer’s Market! Stroopwafels (caramel wavers), also a Dutch specialty, taste the best when they are fresh and hot! If you are not from The Netherlands and are not familiar with these heavenly cookies I definitely recommend you to check them out if you are ever here! You might even enjoy them more than that green substance my country is known for!