June 23, 2008

the domestic life suits me.

{Our trip to the Nashville Farmers' Market; inspired by reading Rebekka's blog.}

Using our bounty from the market, we made the most delicious dinner that was made even more drool-worthy by having the company of my sister and brother-in-law.  (Man, I am the queen of links.)

{And fitting enough, THESE are the most delicious side dish.  After slicing the tomato, you garnish it with feta, Parmesan cheese, and Italian seasoning.  Cook it at 350 F for about 20 minutes or until the cheese is browning and voila!  So easy, so good, so pretty!}

{These were pretty tasty, too.  Slice the New Potatoes, then toss with olive oil and dry herbs.  Cook at 425 F for 45 minutes.  
...But let's be honest.  I just really wanted to use that fancy new vegetable cutter we got for a wedding gift and these potatoes just begged to christen it.}

Oh!  And can you even handle these aprons sweet Miriam (and her lovely husband, Chris) gave us as a wedding gift?

I'll end the post by keeping with the theme of matrimony and domestication...


{ Becca } said...

Ack!! CHELSEA! This post is just tooooo cute for words! I want to go live at that farmers market, hello little white lights strung up above the produce!

And the aprons... oh, the aprons! I want to roll in them. ;)

Speaking of aprons, I'm going to send you and email right now. Ciao!

Maggie said...

I <3 those "I do" mugs! Absolutely adore them....where/who are they from?

chelsea said...

The cups were a wedding gift, but I think they might be from Hallmark... Hope this helps!

naturally nina said...

chelsea, just wanted to say hi :) i'm loving your blog and discovered it through your wedding photos (as i am planning my own wedding.)

just wanted to say hello and thanks for a wonderful blog :)
xo nina