Originally published on California Home & Design

For epicurean pilgrims, one more stop will soon be added on the march to Mecca. Healdsburg Shed won’t be just another farmers’ market. Rather, it will be a place that pulls back the curtain on all its lovely jars of pickled root vegetables, months-cured charcuterie, and countless bottles of pinot, merlot and chardonnay.

“I wanted to create something that could illustrate the complete food cycle—growing, preparing and enjoying,” says Cindy Daniel, the founder of Sonoma County’s latest culinary concept, which is scheduled to open to a hungry public in mid-March. The nearly 10,000-square-foot modern steel-and-glass barn-like structure will house a marketplace filled with tasty foodstuffs fit for the most impressive dinner party, as well as all the goods needed to grow, make or cultivate them for yourself. The shelves will be stocked with hand-forged garden tools, organic seeds, beekeeping hives and supplies, fermentation crocks, tortilla presses, canning equipment, and sausage-stuffing machines.

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