#1- In My Basket

I hope you all had a lovely weekend lovelies. Saturday was a gorgeously sunny day here in Paris so I got excited and took out my basket and flask of coffee and myself out to market to get some fresh vegetables. I do that every Saturday, but seeing it’s an important part of my weekend I thought you may enjoy knowing what fresh food I get each weekend, depending on the season and what I’m cooking, and showing you what I cook with it all. How does that sound? This little series will give you an insight into my Saturday mornings at market here in Paris.

In My Basket

In My Basket

Fresh parsley and coriander.

In My Basket

In My Basket

Fresh ginger.

In My Basket

In My Basket

Four fresh beetroots.

In My Basket

In My Basket

My pretty pink glitter flask that I took my coffee with me in. I’m such a girl.

In My Basket

In My Basket

A bag of fresh organic kale. Obsessed, much?

In My Basket

In My Basket

Loaf of sourdough bread that had literally just been pulled out of the oven when I got it from my bakery.

In My Basket

In My Basket

With my fresh ingredients I made myself a kale, sprouted lentil, raw beetroot, grated ginger, and roasted beetroot (which I roast in coconut oil) salad with a dash of olive oil. The bread was still warm so I boiled two eggs and had them with some salted butter on toast. I can’t tell you how good it was.

In My Basket

In My Basket

In My Basket

In My Basket

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8 responses to “#1- In My Basket

  1. This is a wonderful idea! I can’t wait to see more of your baskets from your market adventures!

  2. This is so gorgeous Olivia. That beautiful beetroot salad and fresh sourdough look so delicious! I love catching glimpses of these sorts of foodie things!

    • Thank you Isabella 🙂 It was so delicious the sourdough was to die for, so moist and still warm. Giving me hunger pains thinking about it 😉
      Stay tuned for more “In The Basket” series to come 🙂

  3. Lovely! This is all from Marche Batignolles? I had a lovely sunny saturday there as well!

    • Hello Emily 🙂 It was actually at the Marché bio des batignolles- do you go to that one too?
      The sun was divine I was in SUCH a ridiculously good mood 😉

  4. That looks too amazing! You are so creative with your recipes. I haven’t been seeing much kale at the markets I visit – will have to visit this one.

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