All the vendors there were so willing for you to try their produce which was all so great. I tried vegetables, cheese, and even chocolate pasta. Still wondering what to make with that, but I might be up for the challenge.
Don’t mind the creepy clown masks and ghosts hanging around. I went during Halloween weekend so it made sense then. And those cabernet tomatoes?! They were ahhhmazing. I would have flown them home with me if I could.
My friend and I did several laps around the market eyeing out what types of produce there was. After eating at Lowell’s Restaurant in Pike Place (SO GOOD), we picked a vendor and loaded up on the most amazing veggies, herbs, and fruit.
I swear it’s not burnt, it’s just the mushrooms ruining my otherwise pretty breakfast casserole.
As a thank you to my friend and her roommate, I made a version of this breakfast casserole for brunch on Halloween morning. Besides the pepper… that got left at the vendor somehow. It was so flavorful and filling that I knew I wanted to make it again. We made a fruit salad of strawberries, raspberries and blackberries with a lavender honey and lime glaze with mimosas. ??? It was probably one of the best homemade brunches I’ve been apart of. Hopefully it can be apart of one of yours too!
Adapted from The Yellow Table.