Burbank Farmer’s Market

17 Sep

Happy Weekend! It’s a little sunny, a cool 65 degrees and farmer’s market day. Who doesn’t love Saturdays?! I tried a new market today in Burbank. We usually go to the Studio City market that is great–we love it–but it’s only on Sundays and now that Football is in season it interferes with our Sunday market adventures. I would usually start this off with complaining about how I can’t go to my usual market, how Andrew is working today and how I woke up and it was overall a crummy day. But I sucked it up and looked up Saturday markets and found one just 3 miles away. Almost as close as our usual one! And while yes, the three people I know in LA are all out-of-town or working, I went to the market anyway because I knew I would be glad later in the week to have AMAZING yellow peaches and beautiful heirloom tomatoes. Who cares if it’s just me, sometimes me time is needed anyway. Plus, the sun came out right as I was walking to the market so it felt like a sign. A sign from the food gods.I have evil plans for these tomatoes but in reality I’ll probably just end up slicing them, chopping up that basil its nestled on and drizzle some olive oil on it. Expect to see that on here later this week. Its boring but oh so delicious. Below you’ll find some of the largest, juiciest yellow peaches you’ve ever seen. They really are the best peaches I’ve had and I can’t wait to have them with some homemade granola, yogurt and a huge cup of coffee. Coffee and peaches and blueberries is one of my favorite combinations. Ugh, I need to find some blueberries to make my trifecta complete.But really, the whole reason for this post is to feature this next part. It’s cinnamon walnut bread with pear walnut goat cheese and raw honey drizzled on top. I sprinkled a few walnuts on top too to make it pretty but it would have been just as good without them. This, my friends, was the best after farmer’s market snack ever. The Soledad Goat Cheese stand is my favorite (next to the humus men, which you’ll see later this week). I was craving the lavender honey goat cheese they have but he only had two today and sold out before I got there. I was CRUSHED. So I got the pear walnut and, while it’s no lavender honey, it gave my taste buds the orgasm it was wanting. You can’t really go wrong with any of the ingredients but put them together and BAM (Emeril Style) you’re wondering how you ever went without. It’s a good thing Andrew isn’t home today–I don’t have a good history of sharing this goat cheese and if he’s going to be working late maybe I’ll just have it for dinner too. And later I’ll tell him all about how delicious it was and he’ll have missed out. It’s not very nice but I got his favorite humus and chips so with my faulty reasoning it works. Right??


Yeah, I took a few bites and then kept taking photos. I mean, it looked so good I couldn’t wait. If you ever want to come visit me I’ll make you some, too 🙂 Have a GREAT weekend!

2 Responses to “Burbank Farmer’s Market”

  1. inpursuitofrealfood September 25, 2011 at 10:15 am #

    ah! Wonderful photography on your blog- I love it~

    • mnoller September 25, 2011 at 10:20 am #

      Thank you so much! Glad you enjoyed it 🙂

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