Happy Monday everyone! I spent the later half of last week in Santa Fe, where I not only got to see one of my favorite people get married (Congratulations Robin and Brian!), but also got to partake on some awesome food adventures.
On Saturday, Zach and I ventured over to the Railyard District for the largest farmer’s market in the Western United States. So many unique stalls, featuring awesome produce, baked goods, and of course, chiles.
|Apple cider shaved ice–so refreshing and necessary when its 95+ degrees out!|
|Isn’t this garlic beautiful?!|
|The perfect addition to a front door in Santa Fe|
|The market really is huge!|
|These Blueberry Lavender Blue Corn donuts from Whoo’s Donuts really were the bomb dot com.|
|Inside the market|
|Thank you nice old lady that took our picture!|
After the farmer’s market, Zach and I made our way over to Canyon Road to visit some galleries. Once our feet got tired of looking at all of the amazing art, we made our way over to the Kakawa Chocolate House for some respite (and hot chocolate, despite the temperature outside).
|Aren’t these the cutest blue mugs ever?!|
We ended the day with margaritas and chile cheeseburgers. There is still so much to do (and eat!) in Santa Fe, but we will have to wait for our next trip…