|Lily Pulitzer at Acacia - vodka, cactus pear, strega, lemon, rosemary. Love.|
|Eastern Market food vendors are amazing and the ravioli shop is the best!|
|In home cooking news, new fav wine, Broadbent. Lightly fizzy and semi-dry. Served with apple, brie & honey panini.|
|Dessert - chocolate cherry cordials and a red zin.|
1 lb asparagus, trimmed
2 tablespoons butter
zest of one lemon
1/2 shredded Parmesan
S&P to taste
On a cookie sheet, assemble the asparagus in one layer and dot with butter. Roast at 425 degrees for about 8 minutes. Remove from oven and top with cheese and zest. Serve at room temperature. Top with a bit of S&P if you would - so easy and delicious!
One of most exciting things (and the namesake of this post) was an amazing find this weekend at the Tailgate Music Valley Antique Show.
|Two Piece Cherry Corner Cupboard, circa mid 1800's - Freeport, OH|
As soon as it was delivered, I started snapping photos for my parents, cleaning, shining and filling. I love having our glassware and China displayed. I can't look at this corner cupboard and not smile. Apparently, the dealer pulled it out of an old Ohio farmhouse. If it is possible for furniture to have a soul - this one does. I can feel it in the room. How weird is that? This piece makes me very happy. I can also feel our house becoming a home; I love it. When I spoke with my parents (at the height of my excitement), my dad's closing words were "welcome to the world of antiquing."