Country living is the place to be…
Country living is the place for me…
Yup. Singing isn’t my strongest skill. Neither is blogging…but…um….let’s move on. I mentioned that when we moved from our previous suburbian home that we moved into the country. To da cuuuuntree. And in the said rural community we have a fruit stand. It’s totally charming. It’s also in town…takes me twelve minutes to get there…after driving from the outer country into our little country town.
Forgive me for not having a ton of Will eating yummy fruit photos…it was a juggling act trying to gather produce while keeping Will from gathering produce…and throwing it.
If you can believe it, we first came here for the local honey. Growing up I always had sinus issues…and I’ve heard that local honey can be one of those home remedies for the Boogie Man.
Plus, the veggies and fruit are so well priced…just as low as a grocery store (sometimes lower on native produce that grows here in Georgia).
So once a week we make a fruit stand run and usually come home with a couple bags full of nature’s bounty.
Right now we can’t get enough of the peaches and plums. Actually Will had his first plum before we even exited the tent…and gave me this look of “WHY WOMAN WOULD YOU HOLD OUT ON ME LIKE THIS?!” upon the first bite. Then I let him choke on the pit for being a smart alec
So do you guys have a local place you go for fresh fruits and veggies? A farmers market or a fruit stand? Or are you more grocery store peeps? Oh and does any one have an amazing recipe for peaches that are on their last days? I am thinking of trying this one from the fabulous Darcy…but I could use another before they go bad!