My lunch finally escaped my camera!
And look who escaped their car to pay us a surprise visit!!! I knew there was a chance they’d stop by the bakery on their way home from their hike trip, but I had totally forgot until I saw my dad step out of the car. What a pleasant surprise! I only wish they could have stayed for dinner.
Afternoon snack was a Kombucha that Matt brought me to the bakery one day when he spontaneously stopped into Whole Foods. What a sweetheart.
Something else I’ve been meaning to share with you all:
KERF reader Lisa makes these gorgeous notepads by hand with adorable foodie designs on the front. Each notebook is hand-stamped with custom-made foodie stamps and the papers are 100% recycled! I absolutely love these and use them at the bakery everyday:
After a hard day’s work (Matt took the day off!) I arrived home on my bike to our weekly family slider feast. Wouldn’t be summer without burgers, and we’ve decided to maximize or time with them! Karen and Matt had got a great start on them!
The three of us are really loving sliders for dinner! The little buns from GH are the perfect size for a 2-3 ounce burger.
The meat tonight was a sample from Organic Prairie by Organic Valley. I spoke a bit about this new humane brand in this post. The meat was neatly vacuum packed for easy freezing and thawing – thumbs up for convenience. I could go years without eating chicken or turkey or pork and be fine, but I really do love the taste of beef. I crave it sometimes. I wonder if it has anything to do with the iron or nutrients in red meat?
Our sliders were topped with K+M (hey – Kath + Matt!!), tomato, pickle, basil. It was outstanding!
Apparently this fly thought so too. GET OFF MY DINNER!
On the side: corn + zucchini
And a tomato, cucumber and goat feta salad tossed with balsamic and olive oil
After dinner I cut into this bad boy:
Wouldn’t be summer without it..
Going to catch the first half of SYTYCD.
Wouldn’t be summer without it!