Fun Time America and Farmer's Market Fun

July 31, 2017

Hi! I hope you had a nice weekend! We did so many funny family things, it was probably the best weekend of Summer yet!

On Saturday, the girls and I headed down to my parent's house. T was working at his Mom's house already, so he met us later on. Before that, we stopped at Health Fair where I made a yummy salad!

My sister, brother in law, niece, parents, T, sister in law and her younger cousin met up at Fun Time America. It was a rainy overcast day, so our beach plans were out the window. Luckily, this indoor fun center wasn't busy and was perfect for everyone!

Bumper cars with Little A. 

Little A climbing the rock wall! In a dress of course! She's a kick ass girl, but still likes to be fancy and girlie! Haha!

T and Little S playing an interactive game. 

All the tickets Little A won on the games! 

After a full day there, we headed back to my parent's house. They watched the girls so T and I could go on a date. We went to Taka in Asbury Park. We both had this micro green salad and shishito peppers to start. 

After that, veggie sushi! The sushi was okay. The salad was delicious!

On Sunday, we woke up early and headed to Whole Foods to eat breakfast on the road before our adventures. I had breakfast potatoes and pineapple. 

Our first stop was Profeta Farms. Which is a small farm stand with all organic produce!

Cantaloupe and Watermelon pile!

We couldn't resist some photo ops!

Our next stop was a road side Farmer's Market in the Flemington area. This was an awesome market! They had a band playing with banjos and violins. So fun! 

Photo op by the chalk sign with the awesome quote!

There was a pizza truck that happened to have gluten free veggie pizza on the menu. Topped with shredded zucchini, sauce and arugula this was delicious! 

After that, we stopped at our friend's mini farm to meet their new pig! 

The girls had fun jumping on the trampoline while I loved the little piggie, bunny, goats and emu's! 

Next stop was Stockton Market. I enjoyed a few bites of this heirloom baguette that I got at the Farmer's Market. The guy explained to me that gluten sensitive people can enjoy heirloom wheat since it is the wheat that our ancestors enjoyed. I then posted on Instagram and received a lot of feedback from people who found this to be true. Unfortunately, last night I had some slight gluten symptoms (not as strong as normal). So I won't be enjoying again!

Family snack plate last night of shishito peppers and grilled heirloom baguette. 

Finally, here is our haul from the day: two cantaloupes, Watermelon, homemade pasta (for the girls and T), home brew ginger beer and kombucha, corn, two lettuce varieties, micro greens, blackberry jam, 3 dark chocolate bars (almond, plain and pistachio), course salt, shishito peppers and local Jersey rice (which happens to have less arsenic then a glass of water). 



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