“The morning air humidity at the [Chinos’] farm averages around forty percent — compared with about eighty-five percent in the prolific farm belt of central Florida, where the produce has a more watery, less concentrated flavor.”
Junzo, Hatsuyo, and their six children were sent to an internment camp in Poston, Arizona. They learned that the man back in Carlsbad had sold everything and pocketed the proceeds.
Posted July 9, 1998
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New York Times and New Yorker rave about Chino's in Rancho Santa Fe