Last Saturday, Jenn took me to the Round Rock Farmer’s Market for my first time! When we lived in Portland we always bought our produce from a place called Rick’s Farms. It was like a really big farm stand, but it was only one vendor so it wasn’t as intimidating. Of course, living in Mexico we bought a lot of fruits and vegetables at the market, so I don’t know why I was a little intimidated! It was pretty small, probably not more than 20 tables, but it was still pretty fun! I was determined to only buy what was on my list, and I pretty much stuck to that. I bought a head of romaine, a bunch of carrots, a dozen eggs, and breakfast sausage. The romaine was beautiful and I was a little giddy abouut my carrots having tops on them! I’ll be honest, we’ve been eating the eggs and I don’t know how I feel about them. I know remember that this was how our eggs in Mexico were – they are very orange and seem to be quite yolky. I’m not sure I like them 😦 We haven’t tried our breakfast sausage yet. It was frozen when I bought it and threw it back in the freezer when I got home – I’ll let you know when we try it. Afterwards Jenn and I walked over to Friar Tuck’s Pantry for tea and breakfast treats to go (she bought a shortbread cookie and I got some honey tea bread – so yummy). It was quite the delightful morning and just what I needed – a break from school, outside, with another girl, drinking tea. Thanks Jenn! I’m looking forward to going again!
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