Flying to Santa Barbara from Georgia to visit with family that also enjoys cooking is an adventure in itself to the palette ! My husband and I got up at 4:00 am to catch an early flight because when you love to cook you have to schedule your flight so it arrives in LA in time for you to rent a car, drive to SB , have lunch by the ocean and meet up with family, all in time to go to the Farmer’s Market before it closes at 7:00pm Pacific time!! Whew !! My sister and her husband and their daughter and her two sons all met us downtown where they close off the streets and the market treats begin. My nephews and I were so thrilled when we found purple carrots and yellow watermelons. As we tasted our way through, we added to our gatherings apples, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, heirloom cherry tomatoes and very black avocados. On our way home we saw some romaine lettuce and corn still in its husks that couldn’t be left out of my niece Alycia’s, eco friendly bags. Wow! Look at the masterpieces we came up with after a good night’s sleep.