Delicious week over here! Monday was a rough one but Mike was thoughtful enough to buy me some sweets from Atwater's. Mini lemon cake muffins and my absolute favorite: chocolate-covered coconut macaroons.
I also indulged on some white asparagus with sauteed dandelion greens, garlic, and wonderful cage-free eggs. I love all the different shades of tan and the spotted shells too!
On Tuesday night Mike and I ran a couple errands in the city, one of which was eating pie from our new favorite Dangerously Delicious. Though it was a bit dreary, the lighting was perfect for capturing a few lovely shots (and a little color-correction lent the first two an even more whimsical feel!).
I went to the Baltimore city farmer's market for the first time this past Sunday. It was a well-attended event and I scored plenty of fresh, local, if not a little over-priced produce! I used those wonderful, healthy eggs along with some winter greens in my take on a rustic frittata. I picked up tons of arugula as well which I absolutely cannot wait to devour in salads, on sandwiches, with pasta, and so much more!
I also came across a great blog brought to the world by Stonyfield (the organic yogurt company). As far as I understand it, Stonyblog has multiple authors who contribute posts on healthy and sustainable eating. Though the company has definitely moved from grassroots to industrial organic, Stonyfield is a company that has stayed as true to its organic and sustainable-minded origins as possible. I definitely am looking forward to future posts from Stonyblog and encourage you to stop by too!