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Another Foodie Sunday

Scott had off today. I was so excited to spend the day with him. I did our laundry. 
Brooke's embarrassed  by our "under things." She asked me why they're on our blog. I really couldn't avoid them. It's not like we're airing our dirty laundry. They're clean.
 Scott made breakfast.
Simple pancakes with some diced apples.
Scott's on a pancake addiction lately. 
If I'm off on a Sunday, it's the only way to go. Though I do miss waffles. Brooke wanted omelets; I'm just not an eggy dude.
We used up the syrup that were Chelsea's favors at the wedding.
Then we headed to the farmers market. I suggested we go since there aren't many weeks left until it closes for the winter. 
As usual the crowds were huge and the parking lots were packed. This part of the market is technically not the farmers market, but the privately owned annex. We skipped over to the market proper. Many of the farmers are from the large Hmong and Laotian communities in the …

A Dreary Sunday

We had planned to get up early and go to the farmer's market before Scott had to go to work. Of course that didn't happen. It was one of those cold rainy days where you just don't want to get out of bed.

I got up first and ate a bowl of puffed rice granola. I needed something in my stomach before my 11 to 7 shift at Geek Squad.

 I had my oatmeal and banana breakfast alone. Sigh.


I wouldn't of had time to go to the Minneapolis Farmers Market so I went to my neighborhood one on Broadway. As I was crossing the street an older gentlemen yelled to me to smile and said, "All you got to do is smile don't be so gloomy." Again I must look depressed if I'm not smiling. 
As you can see a lot of repairs haven't been done since the tornado.
I got all this for only $5 at the farmers market. Each group of vegetables was only a dollar each. I was hoping to get some apples today. Maybe next week.
Well my herb garden really took off. The basil mostly took over. T…