John Tennerelli and his family grow stone fruit in Little Rock, California. Because of the elevation their season starts and lasts much later than everyone else's. Tennerelli is bringing in O'Henry, Alberta and Sangre de Toros, full-flavor yellow peaches with delicious flavor. John predicts he'll have peaches available for Thanksgiving this year.
Laura Avery (seen above) also chats with Jay Porter, owner of The Linkery in San Diego. They have their own sausage maker and make everything else in house. They also have a "no-tipping" policy. Porter says they're grilling fresh fish and okra, both nestled atop Anson Mills grits and garnished with slices of Tennerelli's fresh peaches.
Music Break: Upa Neguinho by Rio 65 Trio