The farmer's market was good today. It's bright and sunny and there's not a cloud in the sky so it's one of those days where it just feels great to be outside. We ran into my sister-in-law Allison and my niece and nephew, Ava and Karl. They are just the cutest kids! After getting their Avalon goodies (no one - not even kids - can resist Avalon!*) they were on a hunt to find the banana. (Each week a plastic banana is hidden with a different vendor and when a kid finds it he or she wins a prize.) It must have been hidden well because Ava and Karl couldn't find that banana anywhere! I bet it was disguising itself as a summer squash. Tricky banana!
Next I picked up my Living Stones CSA. Here's what we got this week:
|collard greens, cabbage, and kale|
|cucumbers, jalapenos, and squash|
We visited Farmer Glen for some of his sweet carrots. I had some last week and they were delicious.
Our last stop was Kapnick Orchard where my mom wanted to buy peaches. I wasn't going to buy any but after sampling a bite I had no choice. The man who sold them to me said, "These are no supermarket peaches!" And he was right. These are the kind that are so fresh and juicy that you have to eat them standing over the sink because you'll end up with peach juice running down your arms. Yum!
|There was one more but I ate it pretty much as soon as I walked in the door.|
After the market we got iced coffees from Starbucks, which I enjoyed with my Avalon date bar. (I didn't take a picture because it pretty much always looks the same. You can look at last week's bar if you'd like.)
So that was the morning. What's next on the agenda? Not much. I'm still not feeling well so it'll be a bit of a lazy day. I told Brian I can't guarantee that I won't be in my pj's when he gets home. (Mind you, I was in my pj's last Friday when he got home and I was feeling fine. But let's pretend today is an exception, shall we?)
* I take that back. There is apparently someone who can resist. A woman stopped at the Avalon table and after examining all the sweets, she turned away and said, "No, I think I'll have a hot dog instead." Let me also note that this was 9:00 a.m. Whatever floats your boat, lady.