I'm pretty sure you guys don't want to hear about the effect of alkali substances on cooking times...so......let's talk Farmer's Market.
Do you frequently visit a Farmer's Market?
There was a "Harvest Festival" going on at the Winter Garden Farmer's Market that Kyle and I decided to check out this Saturday. This market is also steps away from a "muscle park" running trial that we had been eagerly waiting to try out. That is what I call a "win-win" situation my friends.
|Tea. Not beer.|
Some of the produce is local and I love that. However it confuses me when I see apples that say "Product of Washington". I know that apples aren't a common crop in Florida, but I'm always perplexed by whether or not it's a good idea to buy non-local foods from your Farmer's Market. I'd love to hear your thoughts.
I fell in love with this cute baby outfit. I love tutu's on girls. I also think if I ever have a little boy I would like to dress him in suits all the time. All the time.
After a produce run that included tomatoes, peaches, okra, green beans, cantaloupe, and an avocado it was workout time.
My friend Alexis has an entire post on the park and I plan on doing one next time we visit.
We did a 20 minute high-intensity workout that involved spiriting between stations. At noon. It was ninety! Talk about a sweaty workout.
Despite the "sweaty red face" I LOVED this workout. Being outside of my comfort zone really made me push harder. I did 5 pull-ups by myself! Woot woo! Also, since this workout was all high-intensity intervals I achieved a maximum calorie burning effect that lasted well past my workout.
It was a perfect Saturday afternoon with my husband!
What do you like about Farmer's Markets? How do you feel about non-local produce there?
Love and free samples,
Carissa & Kyle