Image: http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen/images/refimages/seasonedinsight/fruit_veggies/apples/apple_arkansas_black.jpgIt’s Sunday, have you made it to a farmers market yet?This time of year, you’ve got to plan your marketing, as the options are not so plentiful as during the summer. If you missed yesterday’s farmers markets (in the U District and on Vashon) you’ve got two choices today, to get your local food fix: West Seattle and Ballard. In the depths of winter, farmers continue to bring fresh produce to market. You’ll find cultivated shitake and oyster mushrooms, as well as a continuing supply of winter apples, including such familiar breeds as Braeburn, Honeycrisp, and Pink Lady, as well as the less common Black Arkansas and Waltana apples. As their name suggests, Black Arkansas apples are dark red, nearly black, an offshoot of the Winesap variety. Another late-season fruit, the Waltana apple, possesses a red and yellow skin with crisp flesh. Ideal for eating fresh and cooking, both, the Waltana is said to taste best after a frost.West Seattle Farmers Market, Sundays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., year roundBallard Farmers Market, Sundays, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., year roundFor more food-related events, wine dinners, and the like, check the Food Events calendar, here.