S is for street food.
We had some business that needed tending last week in the area where we grew up. Hubby and I took the chance to enjoy some of our food favorites that are best when eaten out of hand and on the street. First up, we went to Farmer's Market in San Luis Obispo on Thursday night. If one can have such a thing, this is my favorite farmer's market of them all. Not only does it offer a bounty of local harvests, but also a weekly street fest of craft vendors, live music, food and the stores all stay open, too.
We chose (though it wasn't really a decision at all) a tri-tip sandwich for our dinner.
Having grown up on Santa Maria style barbecue, I never understand the slathering up of foods with sauce. There's nothing to hide here - a little salt, pepper and garlic. It's all you really need.
On our way home, we took a small detour off the 101 for a stop in Solvang.
mmmmm - aebleskiver. The perfect snack before facing the traffic though Los Angeles on a Sunday afternoon. It was a delicious trip.
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