Homegrown Food: Places We Love

PumpkinsPumpkinsPumpkinsPumpkinsPumpkinsPumpkinsPumpkinsToday we want to share another local spot that we love, Homegrown food. Here you will find lots of yummy local foods that you can't find at a regular grocery store. We love that it's a one-stop for Askinosie chocolate, local jams and canned goods, fresh produce and locally brewed sodas and beers! Isn't it cute? 

Rosey Rhubarb and Tomatoe JamHere's what I picked up today (and some peach butter too!) So excited to make fancy toast! Thanks for taking a peek at one of the local spots we love. xo. elsie 

  • This looks like a place I would love. Thanks for sharing.


  • Looks like they have some awesome cheese, too. Def lacking that in Florence, AL. If I ever make it to Springfield, I will check it out!

  • Wow! Looks like an awesome place.



  • wow, would I ever love to have a place like this near me. A slice of heaven!

  • This place looks awesome & homegrown anything is fantastic 😀
    xo Heather

  • Amazing photos! I would very much like to visit!! =D

  • lovely place! i love farmers market and i am lucky to live in one of the farming cities. we have 3 farmer’s market weekly.


  • Frannie, Don’t worry- those are coming soon. I have been meaning to photo my own everyday makeup routine & we have one that is almost ready from another girl too! Sister style will return next week. We’ve been a wee bit busy- but who isn’t, right?
    Thanks for reading! XO

  • That’s so beautiful!!! I’ve been loving your fall post. You haven’t done a sister style or everyday beauty routine in a while though:'( you guys are amazing

  • I love it when you recommend Springfield places! I have such a list of places to stop by at some point (including Red Velvet!).

  • Everything looks so fresh & delicious!
    -Daisy Nguyen from PS BANANAS fashion blog:

  • funny to read your post now as i just posted a few pictures of a local organic market we have in marseille.


  • This looks exactly like my kind of place. Would really love to check it out

  • wow, that’s awesome.
    please please please let this box find its way to SWITZERLAND and to me !!!

  • The ONLY thing that I love more than homemade jam, is homemade tomato jam. Good pick!

  • What a darling little place! Now I’m craving homemade pickles…:)


  • Lovely pictures ! So inspiring !

    XX Luba
    Well living blog :::GIVEAWAY : Michael Kors bag

  • Love this place! It is one of my favorite stores in Springfield, Pickwick St. is the best:)


  • LOVELY! 🙂

  • We have a similar shop you’d probably enjoy in McKinney TX called Patina Green home and market. I work right across the street and its amazing. They sell antiques, but they also sell local and organic foods right out of their shop and they have a lunch counter almost every day made with the foods they sell in their store. One of their sandwiches was features in Food Network magazine! they are awesome!

  • So lovely! I’m particularly in love with the clip art of the shovels


  • Oh wow! That looks like a really great place! I love supporting local shops too. 🙂

  • What a fantastic little spot! I would love to have all the local things in my town in one convenient space

    xoxo Sarah

  • what a lovely looking shop, so nice to be able to get local produce.

  • I’m away at university right now, and this makes me miss my local market so bad! It has so many cute things like this!


  • I love that the Rosey Rhubarb has pineapple in, that’s a combination I haven’t seen around much but now I really want to try it 🙂

    Little local stores like this are my very favourite, we have one round the corner and they always have local cheese on the counter to try 🙂


  • Everything looks so colorful and delicious! Love your blog 🙂


  • I seriously wish I had a place like this near home!! Those gherkins look amazing! xo
    Alice Barton ♥ The Mow Way

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