A long weekend . . . . ahhhhh . . .
Sleeping in, walks along the ocean, travel book reading and lots of cooking. Perfect.
(Except for the part where my Moka Pot died. That was sad.)
I started off my weekend with a trip to the farmer's market. The weather was a bit dreary, but it held off long enough for me to get this week's necessities.
Eggs, Mixed Greens, Sourdough bread, Baby Monkey Bread and a Pain au Chocolat.
The Monkey Bread was sooooooo good. I may be buying 37 next week.
After the farmer's market, I stopped at my new favourite spot, the Fairfield Market for a few other necessities: my favourite yogurt, a yam, a tomato, onions, asparagus, sunflower sprouts and bacon. Since I started eating meat again about 5 months ago, I have been pretty careful about how much meat I eat. I allow myself one chicken per month, bacon once per month and "red" meat once per month. I am not trying to be restrictive, but I do want to be mindful about my meat consumption. In any case, I don't always take the red meat option, but I never forgo the bacon!
The bacon, tomato, sourdough bread, eggs and some local brie were cooked up into delicious lunches on Saturday and Sunday.
For dinners, I roasted the asparagus and yam until crispy and tossed with the greens, cucumber, sunflower sprouts, goat cheese and some homemade croutons.
I am so glad to be back in salad season!