Isn’t saying goodbye the hardest thing sometimes? I know I may be exaggerating with my reasoning behind it, but I can’t help myself. The last day of my favorite farmers market was yesterday 😦 And I would like to say it was a memorable one.
The temperatures were below freezing and the winds were brutal, but I didn’t care, I was determined to make the most out of it. Easily still the best part of my weekend. The only not so great part? Bags were heavy. I got some some vegetables for Thanksgiving!
Only bringing a side dish of roasted butternut squash, brussel sprouts, and cranberries. Maybe some balsamic vinegar? I think that would go good with the cranberries.
If I can’t host Thansgiving, then I want to bring something that can show healthy food can be delicious and healthy! Even on Thanksgiving. I know I won’t be eating turkey, but everything else seems to be fair game. My motto? Homemade is always better. Unless it’s a Whole Foods salad. Will always have my heart…
(Insert green juice)
I had no better day off in a long time. Filled with my alone time market adventures, to some home cooked meals, all I need was a early morning yoga flow and I would have been set. But, we can’t have it all right? False. Just not right now 🙂
So as we say good bye to one thing, it’s only fair to realize the start of another. I may not be able to spend my Sunday mornings roaming around a lot full of fresh produce, fresh baked bread and treats, but as the weather get’s cold, I might not mind. Maybe this will just give me more time to be in the kitchen, getting ready for another one of my favorite things…
Happy Monday, loves!