There's Domino's pizza -- and then there's Frog Hollow's "Happy Child" Community-Supported Agriculture. What's that? Well, imagine neighborhood delivery of the sweetest, juiciest, tree-ripened Brentwood peaches, cherries, apricots, nectarines, pears, Asian pears, pluots, and plums you've ever tasted. You'll find a similar description on Frog Hollow's Web site, but in this case the PR is right on. Weekly or biweekly delivery to a neighborhood pickup or local farmers' market guarantees a custom supply to satisfy a voracious appetite for juicy, seasonal, and organic fruit. The man behind Happy Child CSA is Brentwood farmer and Frog Hollow proprietor Al Courchesne, and the child in question is his daughter, Becky. "She loves fruit and she's always happy," he says. As a customer, you'll be in good culinary company: Frog Hollow provides fruit to the famed French Laundry in Yountville, Per Se in New York, Berkeley's Chez Panisse, and Oakland's Oliveto.