We have really been enjoying the Old Town Farmers Market this summer, in the parking lot next to The Wine Bin. You just never know what's going to happen next there. Of course, it has magnificent fruit and vegetables, as you would expect at this time of year. We have been loading up on fresh corn, tomatoes and peaches. One week, I bought the tiniest eggplant I've ever seen — about two bites each and delicious. I was amazed to find a stand dedicated to garlic. Who knew there are so many different kinds? Baccarella Farms has been growing at least eight different varieties on its farm in Mount Airy and it is more than happy to tell you all about them when you visit the stand. It also has a very helpful pamphlet describing all of the choices available, which are coded with colored stickers to make it easy to identify them. You can buy the heads individually, or get a mixed bag. I brought home the "Mild French" variety for starters and it's delicious. Next to the garlic stand is the pickle guy. I really like the ones flavored with lime, but the pickle guy will help you match a pickle to your mood at the time. And he has free samples. A couple of weeks ago, I just missed attending a wedding at the market. That's right, a couple got married right there and mingled with customers after. Great fun.