the farmers’ market: housewares

I think these must be intended for restaurants… who needs a pot that big?

I don’t need a 3 ft wide pan, but I do like knowing that if I ever do, I can pick one up from the local farmers’ market.

All kinds of small kitchen utensils and gadgets are available.

Dishes of every variety.

Tea sets.

This is a great place for practicing one’s Turkish!

These T-shirts have Turkish stuff written on them; I have no idea what they say!

See more of our farmers’ market here:
Produce
Olives
Food
Miscellany
Clothes & Shoes
Textiles

the farmers’ market: textiles

Zippers and thread!

Fabric by the meter.

Fleece blankets.

Material for curtains.

Another fabric seller.

Bed linens.

Rugs.

Children’s linens.

Some Turkish ladies (you can tell by their traditional dress) shopping for fabric.

Welcome mats, bath mats, and runners.

Hand-knit baby booties and mittens.

See more of our farmers’ market here:
Produce
Olives
Food
Miscellany
Clothes & Shoes

the farmers’ market: clothes & shoes

We have the scarf vendor…

Jeans and coats…

Socks…

Sweaters…

Slippers…

Can’t have too many slippers!

Hats…

Men’s slacks and shoes…

Shoes…

Costume jewelry…

Men’s jeans and jackets…

Nightgowns…

Stripey panties…

If you’ve ever wondered where the Turkish ladies get their Turkish trousers in Greece, the answer is:  our farmers’ market!

See more of our farmers’ market here:
Produce
Olives
Food
Miscellany

the farmers’ market: food

We tried this local honey and were instantly converted!

Fresh fish of every variety!

The roving spice peddler!

Many vendors label (and speak) in both Greek and Turkish.  We live in the only city in Greece with a 50/50 Greek/Turkish population.

Almonds, walnuts, oregano, and eggs.

All kinds of local herbal teas.

You can find pretty much everything at the farmers’ market!

See the selection of olives here and produce here.