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At the end of the summer, we took a trip to the great state of California.We started in San Francisco and ventured down the Pacific Coast Highway to Los Angeles. And, along the way, we ate and we drank as much as the California Republic had to offer in 9 days.

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market 1 Ferry Building, Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA WK Recommends: Blue Bottle Coffee, Early Girl Tomatoes, Wild Hog Oysters After spending the day traversing the hills, making our way from Soma to Knob Hill to Fort Mason we found ourselves sitting at one of SF’s greatest restaurants, eating an “Early Girl” tomato salad.Every weekend at the Embarcadero, which translates to “wharf” in Spanish, a mass of Northern California farmers and artisans build tents on a pier right next to the bay to sell and sample off their harvest.Local coffee roaster, Blue Bottle, sets up shop too, with an espresso machine and pour overs.On a brisk San Fran morning (like almost every day, the temperature rarely exceeds 70 degrees or drops below 50 due to the bay), we washed down the morning fog with a few cappuccinos.We walked around sampling “Early Girl” Tomatoes — these are dry farmed, meaning the farmers use no irrigation, so the tomatoes are bursting with concentrated flavors — mission figs, peaches, plums and cheeses.We drove from SF to Big Sur to San Luis Obispo to Santa Barbara, to Los Angeles. We ate dry farmed tomatoes, figs off the trees, pig ears and chops, cuban and japanese food, sandwiches, tacos and croissants. Northern California is home to some of the world’s most fertile farming conditions.

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