Kuopio Market Hall in Finland.
Fresh fish to buy when the boats come in at the harbor in Copenhagen.
Just a little salivation at this bakery in Biarritz, France.
A well known fish stall in many locations in Stockholm.
Buy your birch utensils at the outdoor Christmas Market in Kuopio, Finland.
Turku, Finland outdoor market. Selling Lutefisk for Christmas dinners. Well, ok, but not on my table!
At the Christmas outdoor market in Gamla Stan in Stockholm. Maybe I can cadge a bite.
Coming upstairs from the train tracks in the Stockholm station, you are immediately faced with Christmas choices.
Everyone has a role to play at the outdoor market in Albi, France.
And the same can be said for the outdoor Christmas market in Kuopio, Finland. Not the same vendor.
The market under the Metro tracks at Le Mot Piquet in Paris.
Sigh! my most favorite food group. In Biarritz, France.
In the bakery stall at the Turku indoor market. Guess it is obviously coming on Christmas. All manner of rye breads and Karelian perogies.
Hakaniemi market in Helsinki.
The Finns love their potatoes about more than anyone else.
A real delicacy. Bayonne ham, seasoned with piment espelette. Bayonne, France.
Silakka. Herring to the rest of us.
Bread as it was baked in old large ovens at Lanhydrock Castle in Cornwall, England.
Now that is fresh tuna off the boat in Tenerife. Cut to order.
Neal Yard cheese shop in Borough Market, London.
Food market in Santa Cruz, Tenerife.
You can almost smell the mushrooms sauteeing in the market at Le Mot Piquet, Paris.
OK, Aren't piggies supposed to be bigger? Le Mot Piquet, Paris.
Strolling through the Pike Place Market in Seattle.
The Pure Food Fish market in the Pike Place Market.
Rye bread heaven in Helsinki.
Somehow you just know these fish are fresh in Paris.
Dessert in Turku bakery.
Mouth watering strawberries at the Granville Island Market in Vancouver.