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A Trip To The Farmers Market

Posted Jul 17 2010 5:40pm

My day started bright and early because I was meeting Ang for coffee and a trip to the local Farmers Market.   First stop, the Cabin Coffee (I couldn’t find their website?  I’m sure they must have one but google wasn’t very helpful.) where I enjoyed a delicious, fresh-out-of-the-oven berry scone and coffee for breakfast. The scone was really good,  the dough wasn’t sweet which was nice, I was expecting to bite into an almost cakey taste but not so.

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The Halifax Farmer’s Market is held at the historic Keith’s Brewery site. It was HOT, full of great smells, delicious sights and lots and lots of people. I love seeing all ages out supporting our local farmers and eating healthy!   We made our way through the various levels, stocking up on fresh local, organic produce, cheese and bread.

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We each ended up with 2 huge bags full of goodies.  My arms were hurting by the time we finished. Look towards the end of this post to see what I bought! ;)

We took our time walking back to the parkade so I used it as an opportunity to snap a few pics.

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Pit stop for a fantastic treat – Cold Stone Creamy !!! Like It size (small)  - cake batter, 1 Reeses Peanut Butter Cup and chocolate syrup.  After the humidity at the market this really hit the spot!

Back at Angie’s place I supervised while she made us a huge ass salad for lunch. :)


This baby was packed with local greens, cucs, carrots, beets, tomatoes, strawberries & cheddar cheese. 

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Salad was topped with chicken breast for added protein.


I whipped us up a quick dressinghoney mustard, balsamic vinegar, honey and olive oil. Mmm mmm! This was as good as it looks!


Fresh bread from the market and Fox Hill Cranberry Cheddar .   The perfect summer meal I tell ya!


Of course I snuck a peek at the Nursery while I was there…… it is gorgeous – a very well put-together, calming atmosphere.


Thanks for a great morning Ang! xoxo


And, last but not least,  the farmer’s market goodies -
I stretched my $50 quite well – lettuce, spinach, my fav beet greens!!!, yellow beans, peas, carrots, potatoes, tomato, strawberries, basil and chives.



Along with a french baguette,  a loaf of brown bread and some herby havarti.

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What a long post.  Hope you all enjoyed!  :)

Off to clear out my google reader!  Be back tomorrow with a re-cap from Dean’s birthday celebrations.

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