Slow Food LA Yingst Farm Tour and Hungarian Lunch
We have been a member of the Slow Food Los Angeles Convivium for almost six months and this visit to the Littlerock, California on the Pear Blossom Highway to pick fruit and have a Hungarian lunch was appealing. If I can find the time, I will do a formal blog posting on ExperienceLA.com,.but for now here are pictures of this visit, including our visit to Charley Brown's for a date shake and looking at Ostrich eggs. In season at Yingst Farm were the peaches and plums which Karen turned into jam when we got home. We got a personal tour of the ranch from Nancy Yingst who gave us a history of this 18 acre, 4000 tree ranch. Lunch at Valley Hungarian Sausage & Meat Company consisted of a wide range of Hungarian smoked and cooked sausages along with stuffed cabbage.
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