As we were driving down the Silverado Trail, I spotted the most charming little roadside fruit stand and pleaded with Matt to flip a U-turn so that my food obsessed self could investigate further. It looked like it had been there for decades, weathering storms, intense heat and offering fresh produce to a multitude of wine tasting tourists. And it had the most beautiful, seasonal fruits and vegetables, making me realize how lucky I am to live in a place of such natural abundance. Summer squash, fava beans, tomatoes on the vine, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, rainier cherries, peaches and fresh eggs. I loved everything about this little stand – the simplicity, the quality of the produce and the timelessness…
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