Wednesday, October 10, 2012
farmer's market and a little mexican food
I think my family hates going anywhere with me these days.
It's all because of my new camera.
I'll admit, I may take a few too many pictures, but that shouldn't spoil our outings now should it?
In reference to a few posts ago my sister-in-law asked me if I'd warn her when I was putting up a weird picture of her.
I thought it was cute, but I guess I should let others be the judge of their own pictures.
In any case, that didn't stop me from taking a few pictures last night at our little family date night to the farmers market.
The selection was way cut back compared to the Saturday markets during the summer, so although it was kind of small, it was still fun to see the colorful fall vegetables and let the kids run around for a minute.
I'm a little sad I missed all of the summer markets this year while we were in Pennsylvania.
I'd say there's always next year, but it's looking like we may have moved away by then.
Kind of sad but kind of exciting too.
After the farmers market my brother introduced us to Chunga's.
It was my kind of restaurant...sketchy on the outside, decent on the inside, well-priced and INCREDIBLE food.
Seriously, if you haven't been, you must go.
I was a little skeptical initially, but it was love at first bite.
Their specialty is the taco al pastor. They're spicy pork tacos with grilled pineapple, cilantro and a delicious red sauce.
Robert is going to be sad he missed this, but don't think I won't be back there with him next week for round two.