We continue our meat adventure with a smile on our face and a vehicle that smells like fresh focaccia. Our next destination is the Santa Rosa farmers market. Santa Rosa is located about an hour from the Bay Area in Sonoma County. Sonoma County is famous for its agriculture and the growing of premium wine grapes. This farmers market has a good representation of the County’s food and vegetable bounty. The market is located in the parking lot at the ‘Veterans Memorial Auditorium’ across from the fair grounds. We would like to share a couple of pictures of our adventure.
If you need a java fix, you will have several choices. ‘Gaga Café’ has a slow drip method to produce a fine cup of Joe. ‘Run Around Brew’ has a more traditional take on your morning caffeine jolt.
If you need some hot sauce, Larry from Peppahead is in the house. He has spices, rubs, and sauces for the timid palette all the way to the full blown Chilehead. Larry is very knowledgeable in all things Chile and will take care of all your pepper needs. If you have a hankering for some spicy Latin food “Mateo Granado’ runs a food truck. Check out their house hot sauce. It will warm your socks.
The seed exchange booth caught our attention. I think it is a great idea to exchange extra seeds. How many zucchini seeds does one need?
We bought several items and headed back to our vehicle. Our adventure was not done. Our breakfast was a fond memory and we needed to refuel. It is off to the ‘Washoe House in Petaluma. Stay tuned!