Farm 51 Eggs – Open Faced Egg Sandwich

One of my favorite breakfast foods is an Egg Mc Muffin from Mickey D’s.  It isn’t the healthiest option so I often look for substitutes that give me the same flavor POW!!!  This sunday morning I used 2 of my  FAVORITE!!  Farm 51 eggs.  Turkey Bacon and diet low calorie bread and fat free swiss cheese and came up with today’s version.  I didn’t feel deprived of anything. Recipe below.

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Farm 51 Philadelphia

Farm 51 — West Philly’s Most EXCELLENT & AWESOME Urban Farmer’s Market

51st and Chester — Thursday’s 4:30 – 7
Website:  http://farm51.wordpress.com/
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Farm-51/343475405728

This place is amazing!!!  I lucked upon this find during Philadelphia Science Fair last year….or was it a University City District….whatever it was meeting Andy and Neal and the people at the farm has inspired me beyond my imagination.  The farm is an amazing tranquil and abundant oasis in West Philly.  I love seeing the kids bounce around the garden and eat the fresh veggies right out of the garden. Continue reading

FARM 51!!!! Farm 51!!! So happy that the market is now open!

Can you say LOVE in an egg carton.  I am simply in love with eggs from Farm 51.  Getting a dozen of these each week during the summer just makes life good!  Neal and Andy from Farm 51 are amazing Innovators and I adore what they have done with Farm 51.

Stay tuned for recipes…and more inspiring pic’s from this fabulous place of happiness!!

Fresh Herbs from Grocery Store

You have probably seen these at the grocery store.  Many stores are selling live herbs in the produce section.  These are a great deal!  While the selection of herbs is limited, I have found that the cost of each plant is cheaper than the garden centers.  I grabbed these and am going to repot them and put them on my back deck.  I will have fresh herbs all summer long.  So excited.  Stay tuned for more tips on how to keep them healthy (I am learning this myself) and how to use them and preserve them for later use.

Big Sky Rye Bread

I get this at the Clarke Park Farmer’s Market in Philly.  It isn’t cheap but man is it amazing.  You have to refrigerate it because there are no preservatives in it.  It cost about 6 bucks a loaf.  I keep it in the freezer and when I am craving an amazing and comfy tomato sandwich I toast up the bread and spread the Japanese mayo on it then add tomoato avocado and red onion sliced thin.  A little piece of heaven.

 

Big Sky Rye Bread

Big Sky Rye Bread