Philly. Farmers. Fork.


It’s that time again! “What time”, you say?

Time for more Philly, more food and more farmers.

Off we go…

 

Riley’s ready.

And off we venture, while taking in the sights.

Destination: Headhouse Farmers’ Market.

A small market in Philly, but one of the best I’ve visited.

We did a little perusing. I always like to view all that the market’s vendors have to offer, prior to buying any items.

 Hello, gynormous watermelon.

  

  

My boyfriend loves peppers and ultra spicy items. I was so excited when I saw this beauty — referring to the plant, of course 😉 Isn’t it so neat? I’ve never seen a pepper plant before and I just loved the various colors. Consider it purchased!

 

 I lugged the plant home, along with my other produce on my shoulder.

 

 Farm fresh eggs, peaches, a mix of baby tomatoes & pluots.

If you have not tried a pluot, please do. It’s a hybrid of a plum and an apricot.

Simply delicious.

 

After our trek to the market, we headed off to brunch at a restaurant called Fork in Old City.

 We couldn’t resist yet another wonderful Philly restaurant.

 

 

 

 

 I ordered the house-smoked salmon. Typically, I never eat bagels, but I was clearly obsessed with smoked salmon this weekend. 

Introducing the same wonderful company as last night: my older sister Hilary, Scotty Ce and my oldest sister, Missy.

 

 

 

 Aren’t they precious? Now, let’s eat! 

 

 See the fries in the middle of the table? Hil and Scotty Ce love fries.

They order them at almost every meal to share. Cute, right?

 

And so ends our wonderful weekend together.

Sisterly love in the city of brotherly love.

 

Oh, and for those of you who were wondering… Miguel loved his pepper plant 😉 

Laura and I have some exciting ideas we’re brewing up. We’ll see you soon for the unveiling!

 Clean kisses — xoxo — Natalie

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One response to “Philly. Farmers. Fork.

  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog Natalie.
    xoxoox

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