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Farmer’s Market

May 17, 2017

I can’t believe that this was our first trip to the farmer’s market this season!  It has been open for a month but with travel and work, we just got there this afternoon.   Lucky for us, strawberries are still going to be around for a few more weeks and we also bought tons of fresh vegetables, arugula, pasta and eggs.  I have been snacking on the most delicious, ripe, sweet blackberries all afternoon while editing on the computer and am just about to skip off to make some baby food.  It made me feel particularly excited about all our trip to France next week — feeling very inspired to do some cooking!  Can’t wait to see what the markets have in season over there!

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Those of you who follow our Instagram stories can see that I have been living in this dress!  It is SO easy and comfortable, I have been quick washing it over night and wearing it (embarrassingly) nearly every day for the last week.  It’s perfect for this summer weather and makes me feel pulled together; it’s also not too precious so totally cool that the baby smushed berries all over it this evening.   We have a really busy few days ahead getting all our work squared away before we leave Saturday! xx

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2 Comments

  • Reply Michele May 17, 2017 at 4:47 pm

    I am obsessed with farmers markets and blog about fresh/seasonal produce .. and I just realized I haven’t been to the farmers market this season either! I used to go all of the time, but I have the same excuse – life has been happening. This was the perfect reminder to explore my local market again and celebrate Spring! Have fun in France, I am sure you will find other delicious goodies there, too.
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  • Reply Taylor May 17, 2017 at 5:13 pm

    Love this! This has me anxious to go to the market and do some serious cooking tonight 🙂

    Taylor | http://www.livingtaylored.com

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