Eating at Atwater's Première Moisson.
Though, much left is to be desired when shopping at indoor supermarkets. Feeling the cold air blowing from industrial freezers, trying to find parking in congested parking lots, painfully listening to repetitive publicity and elevator music and waiting in long line-ups at cash registers are not exactly my criterias for an ideal food shopping spree. When I grocery shop, I enjoy taking my time to smell and feel the freshness of food. When time permits, I choose to do my grocery shopping at the Montreal Atwater market , especially in the summer. I love to linger around and contemplate the array of colours of the fruits and vegetables displayed at the kiosks, attended by friendly merchants waiting to help you out with your selection of items. Last week, I remembered how much I enjoy summer, when I met my new blogger friend Kim Vallee for lunch at the Atwater market. We took a little more than a "regular" lunch hour as we had so much to talk about and wanted to take a little bit more time to appreciate what Atwater market had to offer its visitors.
It's been a very enjoyable lunch this summer. Thank you Kim!