The best is when a good friend comes home for a visit…and plays music for you.
My latest time lapse using my GoPro at Revival Bar last week. The event was hosted by my great friend Chris McKean of House Addict and featured music by Ian Pooley, Fred Everything, and Andy Roberts.
Killing many birds with one stone tonight. Cruised over to Sorauren Park to check out a new loft, drop off some flyers, and re-scout a pathway for one of Ravi’s shoots. Lucky for us an extra bird crossed paths with our stone – the Sorauren Park Farmers’ Market! That’s like four dead birds. Awesome.
The loft was so-so. Flyering was well…flyering. The real star of the night was the surprise Farmers’ Market – an eclectic mix of young hippie parents, kids with homemade popsicles dripping down their elbows, and even a free astrology reading.
We expected to stay just a few minutes but were sucked into a vortex of delicious, free samples of grilled tofu, raw breads, and local cheeses. It was at that point I realized that making dinner is for suckers and we should just eat here.
I started my culinary journey with a slice of raw, vegan pizza. Let me repeat that RAW VEGAN PIZZA. It looked like pizza and smelled like pizza, but my instincts told me it was gunna suck – as most fake pizzas do. Man was I wrong. This thing was delicious. But at $7 a slice I’d have to fill up somewhere else.
I sampled some smoked tofu and ended up walking away with packages of vegan jerky and fake bacon. I know, sounds gross but this stuff was a treat for my taste buds.
I was starting to feel full so I thought it was time for dessert. Sampled some raw chocolate and resisted the temptation for a chocolate drink.
Looks like an avocado, right? It’s a cacao fruit!
Before leaving I had to pick up a pint of raspberries.
Melt in your mouth amazing!
Didn’t even last the walk back to the car.
Oh my god! I almost forgot about the honey! Two words – cinnamon honey. No, wait. Three words and a symbol: cinnamon honey = amazing! (sorry, two symbols).
This market was too much of a hike to do weekly but I will definately be back before the end of the summer – if only to stock up on some cinnamon honey!