So I just may or may not be having a love affair with the great outdoors this year. That may seem like a weird thing for those of you spending your weekends on sun soaked adventures camping, rock climbing, and/or kayaking away (see I really have no clue what goes on out there). I'll rock a porch chair and glass of iced tea like no other, but that's it really, or rather that was it.
Now I can't seem to stay inside, especially around meal times. So I wanted to share some of my fav outdoor eating finds.
This Kissing Bunnies picnic blanket pictured above was too cute not to share, and since we all know that balancing a paper plate on your lap via a lawn chair is way over rated, this spread is perfect for nibbling outside.
This cheery little tiffin lunch pail stopped me dead in my tracks, with it's bento styled shape and bright colors. I've always loved the idea of these stackable lunchboxes, that keep everything separate and in their place. This little guy makes transporting my fruits, salads and sandwiches or anything else I wish drama free. Anyhoo, happy picnic'n my lovelies!
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Yes, it's almost time for Bruno and I to wake up way earlier then one should on a Saturday, pour our coffee to go and leisurely stroll about our downtown area getting the lay of the land and keeping our eyes peeled for something we didn't know we couldn't live without. I'm talking about the opening of the farmers market of course! I can almost smell the freshly baked pastry fumes wavering in the streets. Hear the foodies out in full force perusing fresh veggies and chatting with their favorite farmers. Ah yes, it's been tooo long farmers market. This year we're celebrating the arrival of grocery shopping being fun again with these limited editon fabric produce bags. The perfect way to bring your haul home in style. We've obtained a community garden plot this year (more on that later) and while we're looking forward to growing a lot of our own veggies, we'll still frequent the market looking for new favorites. I'm especially day dreaming about heirloom lettuce and tomatoes. I've never thought so much about produce since I was a kid and wanted nothing to do with it. We'd love to hear about your growing plans or favorite farmers market finds! Over and and out. XO- Betty