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July 30, 2009

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Austin

I don't know if I would consider it the "best" but considering you were so close... http://www.avofest.com/

trouble

i wish i was closer to california to take advantage of all these wonders...

K.

For you, there is Manhattan.

For me, now on the left coast, I can't imagine missing with this. http://www.tomatofest.com That said, I'll be doing some festing today, as the backyard starts are finally ripening. On the menu: A mahogany bodied, green shouldered Ukranian tomato the size of a softball with basil, olive oil and mozarella.

Jerky

Sorry to be a nitpicker, but Solvang is a Danish town. Did you try their aebleskiver?

elizabeth

Excellent trip! If you're in the San Jose area again, I'd recommend checking out the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, and maybe a side trip to Sunnyvale to see the water tower painted like a giant can of fruit cocktail.

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