After hibernating over the winter, the Toronto Underground Market had their first event of 2012. Last Sunday, March 4th was a freezing cold -12 degrees Celsius. Hardly the weather for an entirely outdoor event but the crowds of food fans were still eager as ever. I will apologize right out of the gate that some of the food shots aren’t my best work, but it was so cold out that night that we usually had to dig into the food right away before they got too cold. This was probably one of the only events where the longer you take to drink your beer the colder it gets!
This is a few of the vendors at the Toronto Underground Market that I wasn’t able to get to. I snapped shots because they either were visually interesting or I had heard good things from my friends. Due to the cold I was less inclined to hang around and try as much as I had at the last TUM. I honestly think that the cold made my stomach smaller.
This is just a photo journey as I don’t have much to say about each item since I didn’t eat them!
As I said in a previous post, I am a big fan of farmers markets. Aside from the great eats and fresh produce I just love the sights and smells and sounds of a busy farmers market. Here’s a photo tour of a few of the things that really caught my eyes while walking around St. Lawrence Market. They say a picture’s worth a thousand words so I’ll let them do most of the talking.