We left pretty early (7am ish) and headed down to the Barossa Farmers Market and headed straight to the breakfast - coffee, fresh oj and egg and bacon rolls - so very good. I had mine with beetroot relish - yum
barossa fm breakfast
sated we then had a good look around. my first stop was Careme for gorgeous cake and pastry. I picked up sourdough fruit bread - my absolute favourite bread and a lush chocolate brownie with fig. I convinced Alice to try the lemon tart - they are too good.
Careme goodies on offer
I wanted to buy a Careme shopping bag as a keepsake but they gave it to me for free!
after the market we hit the towns Angaston and Tanunda for op shopping adventures. The awesome secondhand clothes shop in Angaston was shut but I managed to pick up a couple of funky aprons...
$2, $5, $1.50
some lovely glassware
10c - $2.99
and some retro craft books for inspiration
I also grabbed a couple of shirts and an old sheet for craft fabric projects - not sure what yet.....
I seemed to be inspired by autumn colours on this outing
After so much shopping - for so little money we headed back to Angaston for a late late lunch at Blonde Coffee a gorgeous cafe and deli/food store that I love for it's atmosphere and simple yet tasty food, great coffee and chai and lush cakes. it is the kind of place I would love to run one day and the kind of place I so wish we had in the Riverland.
It was the best of days, with fun window shopping and antique browsing, bargain buys, such good food and the best company. sweet memories - thanks alice :-)