I ended up going to bed WAY past my bedtime and as a result slept through most of Sunday morning. When I finally got my sleepy self up and moving, my husband and I decided to take a lazy Sunday trip to the LA Farmer's Market.
We stopped for a late breakfast (brunch?) at The French Crepe Company where I ordered a savory L'Opera crepe filled with avocado, tomato, swiss cheese, egg and onion with a side of greens. It was light but very filling.
Last night I cooked a farmer's market fajita feast with black beans, adobo chile, onion, jalapeno, bell pepper, green chile, cilantro, tomato, avocado, black olive and mushroom. All of the veggies were delicious but I was a little heavy handed with the habanero sauce and spent a lot of my meal with watery eyes, reaching for my drink!
Today's Question: Sometimes I am intimidated by the unfamiliar produce at the farmer's market because I am unsure how to prepare it. What is the most adventurous new food item you've attempted? How did it turn out?