Logic states that if locally sourced foods are good, then uber-local ones are, by definition, great. And since logic doesn't tell you where to get uber-local foods and goods, there's UbrLocal, a semi-online shop slinging foodstuffs all grown/made/etc. in or within 10mi of Wallingford. Here's how it works: Hit UL's online shop to select various edibles, then hit their pop-up stand inside Wallingford Center on Wednesdays and Sundays to get your goods, and then bring them home to your GF and be like, "LOOK AT WHAT I AM WILLING TO DO FOR YOU! APPRECIATE MEEEEE!!!" They've started with stuff from a handful of local producers like Urban Bee Company, helmed by a local beekeeper who delivers monthly honey subscriptions via bicycle, and all-natural, low-sugar baked goods from a company called Keep It Real, which makes sense cause you'd be insane (in the brain) if you didn't want your food to B Real. This experimental pop-up will run through April (adding new products like seasonal veggies, or even chicken coops, every week), but, if it's successful, UbrLocal stands'll start popping up all over Seattle, which would be great, since logic states that any trip to Wallingford is incomplete without eleventy burgers from Dick's.