I noticed that International Grill has some useful posters up. A couple of them focus on adding extra nutrition to food with colors and spices. But they also have one that says "Allergies are serious. Start a conversation with our staff." This is the first allergy-friendly sign I've seen in a restaurant. Most of them have a sign that says everything "may have" come into contact with any and all allergens, which is to say, they don't promise not to poison you and it isn't a safe place for people with special dietary needs. >_<
At World Harvest, we chatted with a lady at the cheese counter, where we bought two new cheeses. Romi is an Egyptian cheese made from water buffalo milk. It has a high sharp note and lower mellow notes, hard and crumbly like Parmesan or Romano. I'm planning to make meatloaf with that and bison. :D Mimolette is a French cheese that looks a lot like cantaloupe, with a hard rind and bright orange flesh. It's sharp with kind of a nutty flavor. Doug plans to use it in a black walnut quiche.
At Harvest Market, I found some tree tomatoes. Never even heard of them, bought some out of 'satiable curiosity. I looked them up and it says that they are more sweet than savory. So now I have to wonder if they'll be anything like the golden berries. We also scored some duck bacon, to be saved for whenever we get duck eggs again, because duck egg/duck bacon quiche is sooo good.