The weather is finally (almost) consistently warm, and I’m incredibly happy about it. Even though we don’t get three months of a vacation anymore, I’m trying to use every free moment I have to soak in all the lovely weather. One of my favorite ways to do that is by spending the day at a farmers market.
I really love to cook, so I was really excited to break out my Christmas present from Caroline (see it featured in this post). We decided that we would get together and make a day of it, which turned out to be a blast! Keep reading for some of the really yummy (and easy!) recipes we tried.
I’m super excited to switch gears a little and introduce something a little different! To give you guys some variety from the London posts I’ve been sharing, I’ve decided it’s time to rotate them with posts from a very different trip that I also took recently.
We’ve gotten a tiny break from the freezing weather, and we’ve had just plain old cold weather. Though I’m not about to retire me winter coat just yet, it does have me feeling like the end is in sight. I have major spring-fever, and what better way to pretend it’s spring than to go to a farmers market? Luckily, Rochester’s Farmers Market goes indoors during the colder months, to the old fire station downtown!
Looking back on my time in England has reminded me of how amazing London is. However, my favorite part about my trip was spending time in Bath. London has the hustle & bustle that you expect from a big city, which definitely has its merits, and it has become one of my favorite places. Bath has its own charms; it combines the posh atmosphere that you might expect from Europe and it combines the quaint charm of the countryside (which was unbelievably beautiful). When I go back, I plan to allot more time to the countryside and Bath in particular. Enjoy!