The Table Farmhouse Bakery – Spring Trip

April 19th, 2014

This Saturday, we decided to make a trip up to the The Table Farmhouse Bakery up in Asheboro, NC after seeing all the lovely treats they were creating via their Facebook page. It was full of delicious photos of Dark Chocolate Bunnies, Macaroons, Lollipops and other spring delights, so we thought why not put together something nice for Easter?

The weather, although originally set to be sunny and warm turned out to be quite cold and rainy, but we were determined to make a nice day of it anyway.

Where are you 73 degrees?
Where are you 73 degrees?

This would mark our second time at the Table, and by the time we stepped foot through the front door of this amazing artisan bakery and began pouring over the menu, we were already planning a summer trip up.

I decided to go with the Spring Omelet with Asparagus, Sun Dried Tomatoes and Goat Cheese with fresh bread. Mum went with the Farmer’s Quiche with Spinach and Feta as well as a pot of hot tea.

Waiting for our food.
Waiting for our food.
No.18 Steven Smith Tea
No.18 Steven Smith Tea
I thought this was such a fun touch. Once the sand has run out your tea is completely steeped and ready to enjoy.
I thought this was such a fun touch. Once the sand has run out of the hourglass, your tea is completely steeped and ready to enjoy.
Spring Omelet for me.
Spring Omelet for me.
Farmer's Quiche for mum.
Farmer’s Quiche for mum.

Next, we had a look around at the market items before we picked up our Easter Pails. We almost bought a bunch of cotton for my nana because when she was a little girl she once won a contest for picking cotton, but we decided to just snap a photo.

Even with the rain we had a wonderful trip, and there is no way that it felt like 1 1/2 hours both ways. The trees were green, the brunch was fabulous and the experience of being at the Table Farmhouse Bakery was as magical as always. I can’t wait to go again in the summer and fall.

P.S. Stay tuned to my foodie blog for pictures of our Easter Pails and the goodies we collected.

~theavidpen

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  • Reply A Foodie’s Easter | thelifeandtimesofafoodie April 21, 2014 at 1:39 am

    […] When we first arrived at the artisan bakery we had a bit of a look around, enjoyed some brunch and then picked up our pails of goodies. (Check out my blog theavidpen for the post here.) […]

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