The past few weeks, we've been bypassing the small market in our village and traveling almost 30 minutes to the larger, more 'funky' market a few towns over where we recently discovered the best organic free-range chickens ever! The university bookstore is an added bonus.
I set out bright and early (which means 10AM for a college student!) with Daughter #1 and Twin A. We were disappointed to learn that our favorite farmer will be out of chickens until the end of the month. The dozen eggs provided a small consolation. After a walk around the green, our bag was full of summer squash, green and red peppers, radishes, and lettuce.
At the end of the green, Daughter #1 asked if we had time for a quick browse in the book store. How could I refuse? We emerged with:
by Jack Murnighan
I was intrigued when I first saw this on Lezlie's blog. Since our library system does not have a copy, I was happy to find it here.
by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith
...for Daughter #1. I'll admit I though this was a joke when I first heard about it, but she loves it so far!
We got home in time for a late lunch. The girls asked for Rachel Ray's Asparagus Popover, but since no asparagus was available, I made it with a red and green pepper instead.