|Looks like Christmas in June!|
|Love the little jars|
The farmer's market was as busy as I've ever seen it this Saturday and business was brisk; we have grass fed beef for sale and it was in high demand. Dan manages this cattle for someone else, then he purchases them, has them slaughtered and sells through his business; he is involved in their whole life cycle. A co-worker came out from Sacramento and bought some tri-tip which he said was the best meat he had ever eaten-it tasted sweet like candy! I still find it remarkable and encouraging to see so many people seek out quality food from local farmers and to see them consistently coming back because the quality is so high.
After the market, we barbecued 2 whole lambs for a special Greek dinner at Carpe Vino. It took about 3 hours of 'queing but the result was more than worth it!
And just a note of congratulations to childhood friend, Amy LePeilbet, and the US women's soccer team in the 2011 World Cup on their win against Korea Tuesday. Good luck in the rest of your games!!