Sister Wives star, Janelle Brown shared a sweet post about her grandchild on Evie K’s first birthday. We reported that she may be in North Carolina for the special event. Now, she confirmed that, and also wrote about a visit to the Farmers Market.
Sister Wives star Janelle loves any Farmers Market
Janelle Brown admits she loves visiting the Flagstaff Farmers Market. Since their early days in Flagstaff, photos emerged of her going there on the weekends. Actually, it seems that she loves any of them, anywhere. And, she can’t resist going along. On Saturday, August 22, Janelle shared about her North Carolina outing. She took home some delicious-looking goodies.
On her Instagram, the Sister Wives mom shared a few photos. One of them revealed tomatoes, peaches, eggs, a peach pie, and some peanuts. Notably, you don’t need an empty pantry for an excuse to go there. Janelle wrote, “We didn’t really need any groceries.” But, the pull seems irresistible! She noted, “Had to check out the local farmers market.”
North Carolina Farmers Market delights Janelle
According to Janelle, the market’s not far from Maddie Brown’s home. She seemed especially pleased about finding some peanuts in North Carolina. Janelle said, “I’ve never had boiled peanuts. They are a big thing talked about around here. So big food experiment today.” Well, judging by some of the comments, North Carolina people do other things with peanuts as well.
One Sister Wives fan wrote, “we put peanuts in our Coca Cola or Cheerwine here in NC.” Janelle might try that, as she noted it sounds “interesting.” Another follower agreed she made a good choice, writing, “Boiled peanuts are awesome. They are mindless eating.” But, some fans cautioned her, noting boiled peanuts taste terrible. It seems they are an “acquired taste.”
Shopping at the market environmentally-friendly
The TLC star shared that she loves comparing the goods in North Carolina to the Flagstaff market. And, she feels good because it’s “environmentally friendly.” Janelle explained that big trucks don’t haul the products to town. She also enjoys supporting small, independent growers. So many of her fans lamented that where they live, markets remain closed because of COVID-19.
One Sister Wives fan commented, “Your so lucky to have a farmers market to go to there. Most of ours are closed down due to COVID. enjoy your peach pie, it’s one of my favorites. Enjoy your family 🙂❤️.” Actually, in a previous post, Janelle mentioned the Flagstaff market closed but they offered online sales and delivery.
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Had to check out the local farmers market here by @madison_rose11 house in N.C. We didn’t really need any groceries but couldn’t pass up a few tree ripened peaches, some ripe tomatoes, a peach pie, some farm eggs and a bag of boiled peanuts. I’ve never had boiled peanuts. They are a big thing talked about around here. So big food experiment today. I loved seeing the different produce offered in this part of the country as compared to what I get in Flagstaff. I read a few weeks ago that not only does buying at a farmers market or supporting a CSA help local agriculture and small producers , it helps the environment because the trucks don’t have to haul it to your local store. #localfarmers #farmers market #eatfresh #eatlocal
Sister Wives fans spot the green eggs
A few people commented that some of the eggs look like they have green shells. That’s quite a lucky find according to Saudereggs.com. They noted, “green eggs are perhaps the rarest. Only a few breeds lay green eggs. They come from hens crossed “between top egg layers, like Leghorns and Ameraucanas.”
Some Sister Wives fans agree that green eggs might be perfect for Easter!
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