Do you find your mouth watering as you walk through the farmers market in early fall? The colors are glorious. The sugar is up. The flavors are outstanding. What to eat first?
Here is a suggestion. Combine a number of those lovelies into a savory salad. There is a window of time when the late summer crops and early winter crops are being harvested at the same time…at least that is the case here in California’s Central Valley. What a time for a salad like this!
If you like fruit salsas, you will love this combination. The flavor is bright and as hot as you want it. What differentiates this from a salsa is that the fruit is in large chunks. It’s too beautiful to mince it up. The grapes look like pieces of art and the different textures reflect light in a myriad of ways. Yes, leave the fruit in pieces!
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