Vendors at the Dupont Circle farmers market often make dazzling displays of their produce. Deep red cherries carpeting an entire table, baskets overflowing with green spinach, and gleaming piles of purple eggplants are common sights. But faced with the sheer diversity of peppers present in this region in August, a mono-color display seems to be impossible. When I went to the market this morning, mismatched peppers were piled up everywhere. These spicy-sweet riots of color ended up being more beautiful, I think, than any of the more controlled displays.
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