Fruit of your labor

This Labor Day weekend, the Cabrillo College Farmer’s Market was ripe with summer’s bounty, baskets overflowing with tomatoes, oranges, eggplants, peppers, strawberries, as well as a sneak peak at fall’s flavors, the first local apples of the season and enormous cabbages.

Kid Two and I made a quick stop for a breakfast of hot corn on the cob, a couple raw kumamoto oysters, and a shot of kimchi juice from the Farmhouse Culture stand and wandered around for a bit to enjoy the warm sun, blue sky, and music. The energy was fantastic. Here are a few things that caught my eye:

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