Anyways, we went to all of our favorite hotspots for dining (Red Feather, Protos, Java) and even tried out some new places (Fork, Bittercreek Ale House). They were all to-die-for! We also went to the farmers market. I really should have taken some pics because Boise has a really impressive farmers market. This is the best time of the year to get all your produce locally. Boise has their market twice a week, which is even more convenient! You can stock up on your weekly goods or even buy in abundance and preserve. This is the time of year that we have a bounty of goods! So take full advantage of this little sliver of time, where we can have fresh, local food. Here's some of the loot I picked up at the market:
I'm going to break it to you gently. I stocked up on tomatoes at the market, for one major reason. I wanted to re-create "The Usual," which is a breakfast you can order at Java Coffee in Boise. It's simple, delectable, and addicting. So as soon as you can, try this out!
Here's what you need:
Fresh ground pepper
Cream cheese ( I use lowfat/neufchatel)A bagel, I used whole wheat but "everything" bagels would be delish, too (This is what Java uses).