We’ve often touted how Wisconsin B&B Association member inns do such a great job of sourcing locally for their breakfast menus. Bet you didn’t know they carry on with that commitment long after the first snow flies. Indoor winter farmers’ markets offer a bounty of goodies for B&B owners and home chefs alike. The Milwaukee County Winter Farmers’ Market at State Fair Park runs through mid-April, with area vendors coming together to offer shoppers a nice selection of root vegetables, artisan cheeses, honey, maple syrup, jam, meats, eggs and pastries. Extend the warmth by spending the night at a B&B in the region. The Oconomowoc Winter Farmers’ Market welcomes visitors with Alterra coffee, lots of baked goods, popcorn, pickled goods, winter greens and more. Pair that with a stay at Inn at Pine Terrace – they have quite the following for their pecan stuffed French toast. The famous Dane County Farmers’ Market moves indoors to the Madison Senior Center, where the selection is diverse and delicious, just like the B&Bs in the Madison area. Here’s to good eating all year long.