I just wanted to say that I plan to do a real recap (with actual text) on Monday. These posts have been really picture-intense! 🙂
The Summit wrapped up with several more presentations, including one from organic dairy farmer Regina. Her cow’s milk goes into Stonyfield yogurt! 🙂 I LOVED her presentation — agriculture really interests me (dork alert).
I snacked on some POM Wonderful juice (1/2 this bottle):
And some of this Fruition bar (again, 1/2 of what is shown):
I also had a cookie from Nina from Health Sweet Health. I won her vegan cookies at the Team in Training Bake Sale — soooo GOOD!
By the time the Summit wrapped up (will recap details later, I promise!), I was seriously, seriously exhausted.
(Talking to the Husband – I miss him sooo much!)
I grabbed a Frap before our next Summit event:
Then, about 40 of the girls joined up for the Fisherman’s Fest.
The Fisherman’s Fest is an awesome Italian food festival took place in
Little Italy North End (excuse me!). It was really fun to explore the area and taste all the different foods! It was SUPER crowded though and hard to stick together at first as we tried to grab food!
We started off Fried Rice Ball (rice, spinach, and cheese rolled in a ball and lightly fried). It was really delicious and not as greasy as I expected — it was actually a huge hit between us girls!
And Kelly and I split cheese ravioli:
Which was also AMAZING. Pretty impressive festival food!
I had sips (didn’t finish any of these because I was feeling rather dehydrated!) of the Riesling:
And a Brut Cuvee:
And another really lovely champagne (the name escapes me right now!):
If you’re in Little Italy, you MUST go to Mike’s Pastry, right? I’ve seen Mike’s Pastry on Kath‘s blog before and was super excited to see what all the buzz was about.
But the wait was worth it…
Sarah from Ghost World helped me eat it. :) It actually became public cannoli.
And then we cabbed it back home! Thank goodness – my feet were tired from another 2.0 + miles of walking.
We have a full day planned in Boston tomorrow — a run, brunch, and then sightseeing. I love Beantown!