Home and lifestyle mogul Martha Stewart recently made a trip to sunny Santa Barbara to experience one of the area’s most charming offerings – the daily farmer’s market. Popping up six days a week throughout Santa Barbara County, local farmers, growers and culinary artisans converge to offer the best of the area’s local harvest. Martha spent a Santa Barbara morning perusing the market, delighting in multi-colored carrots, okra, bounties of berries, freshly baked artisan breads and fromage accompaniments and a plethora of other eye-catching and mouthwatering finds. In Montecito, the Friday spot to do your farmer’s market shopping, the market travels along scenic Coast Village Road, sprouting in front of iconic Montecito eatery, Jeanine’s Bakery one week and in the Montecito Country Mart the next. On Tuesday afternoons, several blocks of Santa Barbara‘s famous State Street shut down to traffic so locals and visitors can mix and mingle in the market. On a warm summer afternoon, break from the market to pop into one of the shops or restaurants on either side of the street for a refreshing glass of local sangria or to find a unique Santa Barbara treasure.